First symphony by Alexander Scryabin: on the peculiarities of choral finale

Karpov Pavel E.

The paper is concerned with the specifics of the choral form, written by Alexander Scryabin as the finale of the First Symphony. The sequence of the choral finale''s creation can be traced through the correspondence between A. Skryabin and M. Belyaev. The features of polyphonic development of the choral fugue «Glory to Art» have been detected.

On the zither

Novoselova Anastasia V.

In the paper the short description of the traditional Chinese musical culture as a core of the modern musical culture of China is given. Som e features of creative wor k of the Chinese composers are formulated and the standing of tradition of zither qin is defined.

Simple music by A. Part and V. Martynov: translating of ostinato repetitions

Gratchev Vyacheslav N.

The paper discusses features of ostinato repetition, produced in a simple (for fonika) religious music by Arvo Part and Vladimir Martynov in the 1970 s - 1990s.

Some notes on mensural rhythm of the french ars nova: the time signature of tempus and its implementation in Philippe de Vitry''s Motets

Girfanova Marina E.

The beginning of the French ars nova is marked by the appearance of measure tempus and its characteristic rhythm. The article traces the origin of tempus in the motets of Petrus de Cruce of the late 13 th century. The author discloses the new concept of tempus in the early motets of Philippe de Vitry, for what involves the tractate of Vitry «Ars nova», including its description. The ways of renewal rhythms of tempus in motets by Vitry 1320s - 1340 s are researched.

Stephen Sondheim - the chanter of outsiders in musical theatre. Part II

Monde Olga-Lisa

The article deals with analysis of the heritage of Stephen Sondheim, a famous composer, in the field of musical theatre. Having written scores for 13 mu sicals, he showed himsel fas a great experimentalist and an author of a unique musical style. As a rule, the so called "superfluous " people, a gallery of whose portraits is presented in this article, were main heroes of his musical works. The article is published in two parts, Part I is published in Nr. 8, 2011.

The musical myth about Russia in G. Sviridov''s works: the archetype of transition

Luchkina Maria M.

The paper deals with Georgy Sviridov''s musical heritage. The author considers Sviridov works as a musical myth about Russia and analyzes the mythical archetype of transition. In Sviridov'' s music this archetype is connected with the events of The October Revolution of 1917.

The Phenomenon of «naturalism» in French Art of the last third of the 19th century,Or «The Case» of Rescuing France

Lobova Julia V.

The paper deals with the phenomenon of naturalis min the French art of the last third of the 19th century. Naturalis mis shown as the social project with the purpose to rescue France. The author observes the problem of genesis and sense of the term «naturalism» according the great French writer Emile Zola and studies some attempts of Zola''s contemporaries to project the term of «naturalism» on the sphere of musical theatre. The author examines some operas of French composers Gustave Charpentier and Alfred Brunea uin the light of naturalistic aesthetics.



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