Chant manuscripts of Patriarch library in the 17th century

Zabolotnaya Natalie V.

The paper is devoted to the different aspects of chant manuscripts collection of Patriarch Library (Moscow State History Museum). These chant manuscripts of different periods occupy important place in the evolution of the Orthodox Church monody of the 17th century as the links in the chain of traditional Church singing.

«Homo Cantans» by ekaterinburg composer Olga Viktorova(on arrangement of folk tunes in contemporary composers’ works)

Bekirova Gulnara I.

The present article is devoted to the purvey of the folklore tunes arrangement on a material of the choral cycle of Olga Victorova «Homo cantans» for male chorus a cappella. The main target which is singled out by the author of the given work consists of revealing the ways of a reintoning of folklore primary sources in the investigated opus.

Melodic of the instrumental parts of Shashmakam as representation of shifting views of time and space

Tchakhvadze Natella V.

In the article author analyzes the melodic of the instrumental parts of the Shashmakam. On its base he detects rules of structuration of spatiotemporal images and traces indicated by them evolution of the representation of time and space.

Motives of modern iconography in Maximilian Steinberg's works

Lukonina Oksana I.

The article represents creative work of M.O. Steinberg, composer from St. Petersburg, as a representative of the style known as modern. The author was motivated by the aim to revive unreasonably forgotten names of our country's culture. That is why data from St. Petersburg archives was used to reach this goal.

On the history of collecting and studying the folk music of penza region

Redkina Irena A.

The paper is dedicated to the problem of folk music studying and ethnography of Penza region. The paper is based on archive materials and publications, which include the calendar, wedding, dancing and lyrical songs of Penza region.

Poetics of nonlinearity in contemporary music

Dyachkova Ljudmila S.

The paper is focused on cardinal changes in the sphere of musical thinking, connected with the theory of non-linear dynamics. According to the new paradigm the non-linear type of development has proclaimed music to be an intellectual form of activity, and its perception to be a model of interpreting consciousness.

Prince V.F. Odoevski: the theory of church singing

Shevtsova Olga B.

The paper is dedicated to Prince V.F. Odoevski - the fi researcher to the theory of Russian church music. It examines the basic scientifi views of Odoevski. Some previously unknown archival materials are presented in the paper.



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