This article analyzes cello performing art of the 19th century. This instrument’s characteristics and playing technique are shown in detail – in context of the said epoque.
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The research accents on the comparative historic analysis of the alto trombone and the euphonium, thus filling up a considerable gap in the Bulgarian organology.
This article discusses musical issues that frequently arise at the performance of one of the most popular Bulgarian quartets. These problems are analyzed and interpreted by taking into consideration both the fundamental methodological principles, as well as the long-standing performing traditions brought about by the works of Marin Goleminov and quartet “Dimov”.
This article analyzes harmonic features in Modest Mussorgsky’s piano music. It considers their interrelation with the artistic images and essence of Mussorgsky harmonic language phenomenon. This article argues that Mussorgsky’s imaginative aspect of music and its artistic expression are inextricably linked – in search for new harmonic solutions. Musicologists cited are V. P. Bobrovsky, J. A. Kremlev, J. N. Kholopov.
In his pioneer role, Scriabin charges musical art with the newest astrophysics’ ideas, concepts and hypotheses of his time. Most probably, his instinct allows him to exceed his epoque’s space knowledge, by means of artistic suggestions that contain predictions of future, not yet discovered, space and energy forms.
This article analyses Yordan Goshev’s three etudes – in light of this genre’s general development in world music literature, and also the Bulgarian one. These pieces demonstrate the composer’s permanent interest of creating contemporary piano music, and for development of piano skills based on Bulgarian folklore and modern composition techniques.
This study’s main objective is focused on pointing out Bulgarian National Radio Folk Song Ensemble’s work priorities, laying particular emphasis on the chorale in the opening stage of its creation, covering a period of twenty years or so (1952 -1973). Based on numerous documents and records from the Bulgarian National Radio archives found out by the author, as well as on some publications, there has been constructed a clear system in the differentiation of several periods in the Ensemble’s development.
This publication is devoted to choral art in Bulgaria – from its birth to the present day. It chronologically examines Bulgarian composers’ important role in national music art promotion and displays choral music’s technical progress through time – starting from mere music quotation use and later, light arrangements, up to contemporary music examples.
Focus of my attention is the existence of two parallel directions of musical development, their interaction and meaning.
This text examines and discusses actor’s play as a continuation of genuine human experience. Acting is being regarded, through adaptation of certain psychological and physiological sensation, as a provisional, synthesized analogue of life. Numerous arguments, practical observations and scientific facts are included in the narrative, in support of the thesis, that theatre behavior is an inborn natural state of the human being – par excellence.