Bases of Vocal Polyphony in Bourdon Two-voice Songs of Circassians and Karachains

Vishnevskaya Liliya A.

The article is concerned with polyphonic bases of traditional vocal singing of Circassians and Karachains in the context of early forms of polyphony.

Johannes Ciconia's Creativity as the Beginning of Reorganization of Musical Thinking

Rumiantseva Margarita A.

The article is concerned with the works of Johannes Ciconia, Netherlands composer of the beginning of the 15

Luciano Berio's

Gromadin Vladimir V.

This article is about the first steps of the electronic music and about one of the artistic success of the early electronics, «Visage» by L. Berio, made from С Berbe-rian's voice and synthesized sounds

N arts'Archetypes in the Music of Ossetian Composers

Batagova Tatiana E.

The steady source of the inspiration of ossetic composers is the national heroic epos "Narts". In the article is examined the nature of the action of narts' archetypes on fundamental component of the creation of the national musicians: poetics, genre preferences, musical- stylistic special features.

V. Zuckermann's Method of Integral Analysis

Konson Grigory R.

The article is concerned with studying integral analysis's method, created in researchers of V. Zuck-ermann (1903 - 1988). Author of this work regards the subject in the ratio to other analytical methods: valuable, style, historical, semantic

What did Valery Gavrilin's Archives Tell About? Childhood Manuscripts from Composer's Pre-style Period.

Suponitskaya Kseniya A.

The author of a given article tried to examine the earliest period of Gavrilin's style art with the aim to discover something individual and borrowing things. The sources for this article were gavrilin's children compositions. Even his earliest compositions in many ways reveal his originality, the outstanding individual style of the great Russian classic author of the twentieth century.

То the Problem of Personality in the History of Violin Performance

Safonova Elena L.

This article is written according to the author's conversations with David Oistrach's pupils, Viktor Pikaisen, Eduard Grach. Their opinions enlarge and enrich our notions about personality of the greatest musician of the 20th century.



The paper focuses on the notions "professional" and "unprofessional" that are spread on the oral music culture of Muslims, including Ural-Volga ones (Tatars and Bashkirs). The origins and specificity of professionalism are revealed in the Qur'an reading tradition and music folklore of the Muslim-Turkics.

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