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ISSN 2227-6017 (ONLINE), ISSN 2303-9868 (PRINT), DOI: 10.18454/IRJ.2227-6017
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MAIN FEATURES OF NEO-GOTHIC STYLE IN RUSSIA

Posted in 2019, ARTS, Issue № 10(88) October 2019 | 0 comments

Manifestations of the neo-Gothic style are seen in various fields of culture: literature, cinema, music, computer games, fashion, and design. This style was a direct consequence of the contrast inherent for the romanticist’s worldview – “prosaic reality” versus “poetic dreams.” From a purely literary sphere, interest to the Middle Ages began to shift into the sphere of the everyday life of aristocrats creating a kind of fashion for everything “Gothic.” The revival of Gothic themes, neo-Gothic subjects in culture and art actualize the need for systematic analysis of the common and different manifestations of the neo-Gothic phenomenon generalizing the knowledge about it. Neo-Gothic was not considered as a cultural phenomenon, it was not given due attention as a special style. This topic is relevant due to the fact that the concept of style is one of the most important categories in cultural studies, aesthetics, art history, and design. Out of the many definitions of the concept of style, the most general one is the idea of it as a measure of artistic expressiveness, spiritual significance of culture.

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THE DESIGN CONCEPT AS THE ARTISTIC MODEL IN THE CONTEXT OF DESIGN EDUCATION. VERBAL AND VISUAL COMPONENTS

Posted in 2014, ARTS, Issue March 2014 | 0 comments

The article emphasizes the importance of design concepts as meaning the artistic models, training of professional thinking – the organic combination of creative and system started, which is based design Intuition. Discusses the importance of verbal and visual components for mastering the integrity of the method HKM, understanding the essence of the profession.

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THE PROBLEM OF INTERPRETATION OF THE THEME OF THE EAST IN DRAWINGS OF THEATRICAL COSTUMES AND FASHION ILLUSTRATION OF THE EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURY

Posted in 2014, ARTS, Issue March 2014 | 0 comments

The article is devoted to the problem of interpretation of the theme of the East in theatrical costume’s drawings of the early twentieth century and in fashion illustrations. The article made stylistic analysis of Bakst’s drawings of theatrical costumes and other artists and comparison of these drafts with the works of the leading illustrators. The material research can be used in lectures, special courses and seminars are dedicated to the stylistic peculiarities of printed graphics of the beginning of XX century; in the process of training of specialists of Universities; for art critics.

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ON THE CORRELATION OF LAWS, PRINCIPLES, AND RULES OF COMPOSITION IN FINE ART

Posted in 2019, ARTS, Issue № 9(87) September 2019 | 0 comments

The article attempts to clarify a highly specialized issue of the correlation of rules, laws, and principles of composition in fine arts through the prism of their definitions as philosophical categories. The analysis of concepts enables us to assume the absence of its own laws of composition, as in many humanities. However, the possibility of using laws from related sciences that affect visualization is claimed. It is proposed to structure the theory of composition, which has no single standard for training, analysis and professional communication with regard to the conclusions made, therefore, replacing the wording “law of composition” with “principle of composition.”

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FOLK CHOREOGRAPHY AS AN INTEGRAL COMPONENT OF CLASSICAL BALLETS

Posted in 2019, ARTS, Issue № 9(87) September 2019 | 0 comments

The article discusses the reflection of national characters in classical ballet due to the use of folk stage choreography. Folk dance enriches the dancers with the knowledge of the choreographic art, teaches them the manner, the character of performance, develops their musicality, dance capability and emotionality. Art, in particular, choreography preserves and manifests the original cultural heritage of the country and helps in comprehending the cultural heritage of the peoples of the world each of them having a certain national colour. Folk dance is one of the founders of a huge variety of movements and elements in classical ballet in the history of stage dance.

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TARASTI’S COGNITION OF MUSICAL SYMBOL AND ROSEN’S EARLY PRACTICE OF “CLASSICAL STYLE”

Posted in 2019, ARTS, Issue № 8(86) August 2019 | 0 comments

Generally speaking, when it comes to music style, people always analyze and explain the language form of compositions, and consider the melody, texture, harmony, tonality, orchestration and form one by one. The scientific and calm analysis is often presented by charts, followed by the summary text “transformation” description. Tarasti’s music symbolization cognitive attempts to break this traditional theoretical model, while Rosen’s “classical style” analysis practice reconstructs the symbolized music narrative of group style.

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LATE PERIOD IN THE WORKS OF PIERO DELLA FRANCESCA

Posted in 2019, ARTS, Issue № 7(85) July 2019 | 0 comments

The article is devoted to the late period of the works of Piero della Francesca, the artist of the Early Renaissance. The influence of the perspective on the late works of the author is analyzed, the scientific research of geometry and problems of perspective conducted by the artist is considered. The parallels in the works of Piero della Francesca with the works of the masters of the Netherlands and Florentine school are revealed. Based on the study, conclusions were made about the role of Piero della Francesca in the formation of the canon of pictorial space in Western Europe, and the contribution to the intellectual and artistic heritage of the Renaissance was analyzed.

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CHINESE BIRD AND FLOWER PAINTING (HUA-NIAO): ENCRYPTED MEANINGS

Posted in 2019, ARTS, Issue № 6(84) June 2019 | 0 comments

The article is devoted to the study of the symbolic meaning of the hua-niao paintings (“bird and flower painting”) – one of the main genres of the traditional Chinese painting. The paper substantiates the idea that many pictures of the genre in question contain peculiar puzzles. The connection between the allegorical meanings of images and the specifics of the Chinese language is revealed. The article discusses the symbolism of the most common images in the genre of hua-niao – the images of birds (crane, duck, heron, rooster, magpie, quail, swallow).

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SOME PLOT AND COMPOSITIONAL FEATURES OF THE “KING LEAR” OPERA BY S. SLONIMSKY (IN LINE WITH INTERACTION WITH THE ORIGINAL SOURCE)

Posted in 2019, ARTS, Issue № 5(83) May 2019 | 0 comments

This article is devoted to identifying the plot and compositional features of the Sergei Slonimsky’s opera “King Lear” in their interaction with the plot of the tragedy of the same name by William Shakespeare. It discusses the composer’s working methods with the text of Shakespeare’s original source, identifies the main dramatic lines and plot motifs. Two compositional plans were singled out as a result of the analysis of the operatic libretto: specific-event-based (which, in turn, develops in two parallel lines, the second being a mirror image of the first) and generalized-symbolic (commenting). In this regard, the introduction of new actors into the opera, performing the function of commentary, is justified.

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TRENDS IN THE USE OF INNOVATIVE TEXTILE IN MODERN PRACTICE OF CLOTHING DESIGN

Posted in 2019, ARTS, Issue №4(82) April 2019 | 0 comments

This article discusses the trends in the use of innovative materials in the design of modern fashionable and special clothing. The overview of current trends in the designing of innovative textiles is presented in the paper. The characteristic features of the use of passive, active and ultra-intelligent materials in terms of their functions, capabilities, aesthetic qualities and ergonomic properties are revealed. The authors consider some specific examples of the use of waterproof, heat-resistant, fire-resistant, heat-preserving, form-preserving materials, biotextiles, spray materials, as well as materials created using photochromatic inks, multi-touch inks, fiber optics, LEDs, solar batteries, microencapsulated substances in fashion design. The possibilities of creating patterns of interactive clothing through the integration of fibers and gadgets of various kinds into the material and structure of the suit are considered. The result of the analysis of the most striking works of modern designers with the use of innovative materials in their design and creative activities was the rationale for the need for a conceptual and synthetic approach to the design of a modern suit for various purposes.

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“RUSSIAN DANCE” BY P.I. TCHAIKOVSKY (FROM “SWAN LAKE” BALLET) IN KASYAN GOLEIZOVSKY PRODUCTION

Posted in 2019, ARTS, Issue №2(80) February 2019 | 0 comments

The article briefly traces the history of the stage productions of the Russian Dance to the music by P.I. Tchaikovsky from the “Swan Lake” ballet. Particular attention is paid to the production of K.Ya. Goleizovsky created in 1966. The choreographer’s passion for the history of art in Central Asia and Eastern countries is reflected in the choreographic vocabulary of the work. Today, “Russian Dance” is one of the most popular miniatures from the K.Ya. Goleizovsky’s heritage. The concerted number is performed by both professional ballerinas and students of children’s art schools. This poses the problem of preserving the original choreographic text of the work.

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DRAGON IMAGES ON ANCIENT CHINESE BRONZE MIRRORS

Posted in 2018, ARTS, Issue №11(77) November 2018 | 0 comments

Ghosts, plants, flowers, birds and fish, plots of fairy tales, religious legends, etc. carved on the backs of ancient Chinese bronze mirrors reflect the wisdom and talents of ancient artisans and the artistic traditions of the Chinese nation. These are magical and delicate patterns which are also a reflection of political, economic and cultural experience of different eras. This article analyzes the development of dragon images which is related to the development of ancient bronze mirrors.

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«FLOWERS AND BIRDS» CHINESE PAINTINGS IN SOVIET ARTS

Posted in 2018, ARTS, Issue №1(67) January 2018 | 0 comments

The article describes the traditional Chinese painting, called “flowers and birds”. The author conducted the analysis of publications on Chinese arts and painting that had been published during the pre-revolutionary period. The transformation process of the “painting flowers and birds” term into the “flowers and birds” genre, based on the fundamental publications of prominent Soviet art historians is analysed and presented on the example of publications in Soviet editions on art history. The explanation of the terminological confusion in the basic concepts of “huanyao” and “huanyaohua” is given, as well as the terms of their use and their interconnection, which can be seem in Soviet and Russian art history.

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FOLKLORE DANCE AND ITS IMPACT ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF PERSONALITY IN DANCE TROUPES

Posted in 2018, ARTS, Issue №1(67) January 2018 | 0 comments

The following article discusses the issues of personality formation in the context of the art of choreography. The study gives an assessment of the impact of folklore dance classes on the personality of the participants of dance troupes. The structural principle of the classification of folk choreography has a specific historical character and helps to restore (reconstruct) those folkloric patterns that were forgotten and lost by people. Many factors of reality are reflected in the structure of folklore works including the social function of dance.

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A.G. SCHNITTKE. PIANISSIMO — A “NAME” OR A PROCESS

Posted in 2018, ARTS, Issue №1(67) January 2018 | 0 comments

“Pianissimo” by A.G. Schnittke is a significant work in the history of a culture of the 20th century. The article considers the dramaturgy of the work from the point of view of the development of loud dynamics, which plays an important role in its formation. Pianissimo appears in two ways: as the name of silence with its support on the logic of the lyrical statement (which becomes the embodiment of a natural, impersonal beginning) and as the potentiality of forte, representing a conflict type of drama (which opens the beginning of a cultural, personal). Their connection generates a special type — a silence as an insight.

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POETIC AND MUSICAL INTONATION OF CHAMBER VOCAL WORKS: TO THE UPDATE OF ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUE

Posted in 2018, ARTS, Issue №1(67) January 2018 | 0 comments

The article considers the specifics of intonation analysis of chamber vocal works and the necessity to replenish the corresponding analytical tools. The author’s technique of disclosing the main features of music and words interaction based on the comparison of verse intonation, on the one hand, and melodic / harmonic intonation, on the other hand, is suggested. The effectiveness of applying the methodology both for research and in the process of teaching students of musical specialties and directions is noted.

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DYNAMIC INTONING OF PIANOFORTE MELODY

Posted in 2018, ARTS, Issue №1(67) January 2018 | 0 comments

In this paper, the practice of pianoforte intoning is studied based on computer musical-acoustic analysis. The interrelationships of melodic relief and loudness of individual tones are studied on the basis of sound recordings of works performed by outstanding pianists of the past and modern times. It is assumed that the existing methods of compressing the dynamic range of a signal in a sound recording (compander), changing the absolute values of the intensity of sounds, do not affect the relative proportions of tones between themselves. The relative proportions of melody tones by intensity in sound recording are preserved, which enables computer measurements of the intensity profile of the melody in sound recording. The obtained data, generalizations and interrelations are interpreted in the theory of performing arts. As a result, three ways of loud intonation of the melody were found: parallel, opposite and free. Multilayer dynamic intonation of single-colored melodies, a special type of performing hidden polyphony, is of a particular interest.

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NOGAI GROUP OF WOMEN DECORATIONS IN THE JEWELERY OF DAGHESTAN

Posted in 2018, ARTS, Issue №1(67) January 2018 | 0 comments

The jewelry art of the Nogais living in the territory of modern Dagestan has local features, which served as a prerequisite for the allocation of women’s jewelry in a separate group. Insufficient study of the problem, meager museum collections, prompted the author to disclose a number of issues related to the identification of original features and artistic features of women’s jewelry of the Karanogais. In the present work a classification of products according to the form, method of wearing, classification of ornamental motifs is considered. The results of the research will help to fill the gap in the study of jewelry art in Dagestan.

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CHILDREN’S PORTRAIT IN RUSSIAN PAINTING OF XVIII CENTURY

Posted in 2017, ARTS, Issue №12(66) December 2017 | 0 comments

The paper considers the main stages of the Russian children’s portrait developemnt in the XVIII century. The works of the founder of this direction, I.Ya. Vishnyakova are considered, as well as the most outstanding representatives of this era: F.S. Rokotov, D.G. Levitsky, V.L. Borovikovsky. The interest to the image of the child, as an individual was revealed in the painting, the disclosing of its inner world in all its beauty and childhood innocence. The characteristic features are mentioned in the use of color in demonstration to the tenderness of a young age, as well as the tendency for the child’s image to be the central element of the composition.

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DEVELOPMENT OF REPRESENTATIONS OF CHINESE CULTURE IN IMAGES OF TAO HOA IN PRESENTATIONS OF RED POPPY BALLET DURING SOVIET PERIOD

Posted in 2017, ARTS, Issue №12(66) December 2017 | 0 comments

The article reveals the evolution of ideas about Chinese culture in “Red Poppy” ballet on the example of the image interpretation of the main lady character of the ballet, Tao Hoa. The cultural, social and political foundations of “Red Poppy” ballet can be noticed in the plays in Bolshoi Theater, directed in Moscow in 1927, 1949 and 1957, as well as those directed in Kirov SATOB in Leningrad in 1929, 1949 and 1958. Some historical and political conditions of the ballet’s stage life are reflected, they were the reasons for the dynamics of the China image in “Red Poppy” ballet during the Soviet period.

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