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Russian Music Seasons
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Russian Music Seasons

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Russian Chamber Music (Audio-CD)
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Erscheinungsdatum: 13.12.2019 Medium: Audio-CD Inhalt: 25 Audio-CDs Titel: Russian Chamber Music Verlag: Edel Schlagworte: Kammermusik // Kammerorchester // Orchester // Klassik Rubrik: Musikstilrichtungen // Klassik Gewicht: 650 gr Verkaeufer: ave

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The Origins of Russian Music
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Five kondakarian manuscripts dating from the 11 th to 13 th century belong among the oldest witnesses of Russian church music. The Slavonic church texts are accompanied by a peculiar notation which represents the most complex notational system of the European Middle Ages. For centuries this system has been viewed as being undecipherable. In 1962 the author of this book succeeded in deciphering this notation using various methods even though directly compatible Greek sources were unknown at that time. His research appeared in two issues of journal which ceased publication several years ago. After the publication of the first part of this study a Greek philologist discovered in Kastoria (Northern Greece) a unique manuscript with a system of notation similar to that of the Russian kondakaria, confirming there by his research results in a most unexpected and indubitable manner. This path-breaking study has been revised and brought up to date in the present publication. The prominent Russian scholar Yuri Keldysh was of the opinion that "no historian of Russian music would be able to proceed without taking into consideration this study".

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Russian Music at Home and Abroad
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This new collection views Russian music through the Greek triad ofthe Good, the True, and the Beautiful, to investigatehow the idea of nation embeds itself in the public discourse about music and other arts with results at times invigorating, at times corrupting. In our divided, post cold-war, and now post-9/11 world, Russian music, formerly a quiet corner on the margins of musicology, has become a site of noisy contention. Taruskin assesses the political and cultural stakes that attach to it in the era of Pussy Riot and renewed international tensions, before turning to individual cases from the nineteenth century to the present.

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Music in Russian Poetry
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This groundbreaking work from Paul Friedrich surveys the Russian lyric scene from the eighteenth century through the modern period, in terms of the poets' own ideas as well as the author's creative interpretation. Such themes as poetic craft, musicality, creativity, sociopolitical context, and multilingualism as musical competence are discussed, interrelated through their variations in twenty-one of Russia's finest lyric poets, and then synthesized in two "recapitulations." Incorporating a broad theoretical perspective with numerous detailed readings of key poems, Friedrich synthesizes recent Russian research (in some cases new even to specialists) with Western criticism to advance a unique series of hypotheses and generalizations. Music in Russian Poetry will be an indispensable tool for students of Russian lyric poetry, and will also be of great interest to all those interested in comparative, structural, and (auto)biographical approaches to lyric poetry and poetic culture.

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Russian Music at Home and Abroad
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This new collection views Russian music through the Greek triad ofthe Good, the True, and the Beautiful, to investigatehow the idea of nation embeds itself in the public discourse about music and other arts with results at times invigorating, at times corrupting. In our divided, post cold-war, and now post-9/11 world, Russian music, formerly a quiet corner on the margins of musicology, has become a site of noisy contention. Taruskin assesses the political and cultural stakes that attach to it in the era of Pussy Riot and renewed international tensions, before turning to individual cases from the nineteenth century to the present.

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The Origins of Russian Music
63,95 € *
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Five kondakarian manuscripts dating from the 11 th to 13 th century belong among the oldest witnesses of Russian church music. The Slavonic church texts are accompanied by a peculiar notation which represents the most complex notational system of the European Middle Ages. For centuries this system has been viewed as being undecipherable. In 1962 the author of this book succeeded in deciphering this notation using various methods even though directly compatible Greek sources were unknown at that time. His research appeared in two issues of journal which ceased publication several years ago. After the publication of the first part of this study a Greek philologist discovered in Kastoria (Northern Greece) a unique manuscript with a system of notation similar to that of the Russian kondakaria, confirming there by his research results in a most unexpected and indubitable manner. This path-breaking study has been revised and brought up to date in the present publication. The prominent Russian scholar Yuri Keldysh was of the opinion that "no historian of Russian music would be able to proceed without taking into consideration this study".

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Music in Russian Poetry
33,95 € *
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This groundbreaking work from Paul Friedrich surveys the Russian lyric scene from the eighteenth century through the modern period, in terms of the poets' own ideas as well as the author's creative interpretation. Such themes as poetic craft, musicality, creativity, sociopolitical context, and multilingualism as musical competence are discussed, interrelated through their variations in twenty-one of Russia's finest lyric poets, and then synthesized in two "recapitulations." Incorporating a broad theoretical perspective with numerous detailed readings of key poems, Friedrich synthesizes recent Russian research (in some cases new even to specialists) with Western criticism to advance a unique series of hypotheses and generalizations. Music in Russian Poetry will be an indispensable tool for students of Russian lyric poetry, and will also be of great interest to all those interested in comparative, structural, and (auto)biographical approaches to lyric poetry and poetic culture.

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Music Salon in traditions of Russian Aristocracy
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Music Salon in traditions of Russian Aristocracy

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