Artistic discoveries in the works of modern Tatar composers

Almazova Aida А.

The goal of this research is axiological analysis creativity of tatar composers R. Enikeyev, Sh. Sharifullin and R. Kalimullin. The year of 2017 will be significant for all of them: Rashid Kalimullin will be 60 years old on May 6, Renat Enikeyev will be 80 years old on June 13, on December 25 will be 10 years since Shamil Sharifullin passed away. The essence of axiological analysis is to consider the meaning and significance of the musical creations of these authors in the history of culture.

Constructivist tendencies in «In the Air» by Arthur Lourié

Zaytseva Marina L., Chekmenev Aleksey I.

The relevance of the study of piano works by Arthur Lourié is due to the undoubted interest of artists to the composer's works and the absence of large-scale theoretical studies of the composer's legacy, his musical thinking. Meanwhile, during the life ofLurie enjoyed a deserved reputation in the artistic environment. Stravinsky called him the only rival in music [1]. In his circle of friends included A. Akhmatova, A. Blok, V. Khlebnikov, O. Mandelstam. Probably the composer's departure from Russia in 1922, was the reason for the gradual oblivion of his work, to date, remaining poorly understood. However, experiments by Arthur Lourié in the field of lado-harmonic language, tones, music graphics, metro-rhythm is largely anticipate trends in the development of world music. Studying of creativity of A. Lurie will enable us to reconstruct some episodes in the history of Russian avant-garde and to identify the value of the musical heritage of the composer in the history of Russian and European art. The object of study was the piano works of A. Lurie as a reflection of avant-garde cultural trends of the early XX century. The subject of the study was the poetics of the musical language A. Lurie, formed under the influence of symbolism and the avant-garde. The purpose of the study is to identify the stylistic features of piano works by Arthur Lourié, and the determination of the principles of the composer's artistic thinking, anticipating the path of development of musical art.

Educational and methodical works of the first harp''s teachers in the St. Petersburg and Moscow conservatories

Fedorova Maria A.

The late XIX and early XX century is a period which characterized by the appearance of the first educational and methodical studies created by conservatories professors in the Russian harp pedagogy history. Such teaching and methodical literature varied greatly both in form and content. This work of the teachers of the harp classes appeared because of professional activity, generalizing as the results of many years’ work. The first professors, the founders of the harp class Albert Zabel (1834-1910) in Petersburg and Ida Eichenwald (1842-1917) in Moscow, approached the creation of their works in different time and form. In 1891,I. Eichenwald created «A training program for the harp class in the Moscow Conservatory», and in 1900 A. Zabel published the«Method for the harp» in Germany. These two works were considered in this researching. The study and comparative analysis of two methodical works conservatory harpists professors allows to reveal their teaching principles, as well as the performing arts traditions. The article deals with issues related to the professor’s biography, as well as the teaching history in the first conservatories in Russia.

Richard Provost and visualization technique

Gordeyev Pavel A.

The article contains translator's comments to the English into Russian translation of the chapter «Visualization» from the book«The Art & Technique of Practice» by the famous American guitarist and teacher Richard Provost. The book is widely distributed in western countries and has long been a bestseller in the field of English-language educational and methodical literature for musicians-performers. In the translated chapter «Visualization», which has an undoubtful independent practical value, techniques and recommendations are given concerning visualization as an important element for musicians-performers' practice. The article proves the relevance of the reference to the translated text, the importance of the development of visualization as a necessary skill of musicians, provides biographical information about Richard Provost, as well as preliminary remarks on the English term«visualization», which is necessary for its correct understanding.

Saule Tuyakova is a composer and the teacher

Zhumabekova Dana Zh.

Relevance of the research and scientific innovation is characterized by the fact that it is considered the first person of Saule Tuyakova, renowned educator, composer, musical and public figure of the Republic of Kazakhstan. She created interesting viola works, which are now included in the concert repertoire of teaching music education. Saule Tuyakova- ambiguous and, of course, a multi-faceted figure in the modern history of independent Kazakhstan. For over half a century of life (in different forms of activity)S. Tuyakova is in harmonic balance, as if feeding performance, pedagogy and composer creativity to work for the establishment of new groups (chamber and symphony orchestras). Particularly valuable is that instrumental chamber works by S. Tuyakova sound in its own interpretation in the recitals and the Composers’ Union of Kazakhstan. Vocal and instrumental works also performed by known singers (R. Rymbaeva) and young musicians on international («Shabyt», «Astana-Merey») and national competitions.S. Tuyakova takes part in the «Masterprise» Composers International Competition (1997, London). In 2001 she became the winner of the International Competition “Musical work” in “Shabyt» festival as a «singer-songwriter».



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