3 edition of Russian Musical Identity (Legenda) (Legenda) found in the catalog.
Russian Musical Identity (Legenda) (Legenda)
November 30, 2007
by European Humanities Research Centre
Written in English
|Contributions||Rosamund Bartlett (Editor), Philip Bullock (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Often referred to as Russia’s “first psychological novel,” A Hero of Our Time tells the tale of Pechorin, a young, charismatic, womanizing rebel without a cause, who has fascinated and disturbed readers for over a century and half. The novel consists of five interlinked stories that delve into Pechorin’s complex soul from multiple perspectives. Drawing on a mass of unpublished writings and archival sources from prerevolutionary Russian conservatories, this book offers an insightful account of the Jewish search for a modern identity in Russia through music, rather than politics or religion.
“The Russian Orthodox church prohibited the use of instruments in the 16th century,” says Teleshev, who has studied Russian folk music most of his life. “It was a hard time for Russian musicians.” Instrument use began again in the 19th century, but the ban was only officially lifted when the Russian Orthodox Church was outlawed by the USSR. The Foundations of Geopolitics: The Geopolitical Future of Russia is a geopolitical book by Aleksandr book has had a large influence within the Russian military, police, and foreign policy elites and it has been used as a textbook in the Academy of the General Staff of the Russian military. Its publication in was well-received in Russia and powerful Russian .
Since President Vladimir Putin came to power in Russia in , the country's domestic political process has undergone continuous change; it remains unclear if Russia is on the road toward democracy, diverting from this path, or heading in the opposite address urgent questions about Russia's post-Soviet democratization process, Elusive Russia brings together . The question of national identity has long been a vexing one in Russia, and is particularly pertinent in the post-Soviet period. Designed for students of Russian literature, culture and history, this collection of essays explores aspects of national identity in Russian culture from medieval times to the : $
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Challenging what is widely regarded as the distinguishing feature of Russian music―its ineffable “Russianness”―Marina Frolova-Walker examines the history of Russian music from the premiere of Glinka's opera A Life for the Tsar in to the death of Stalin inthe years in which musical nationalism was encouraged and endorsed by the Russian Cited by: Book Description: This new collection views Russian music through the Greek triad of "the Good, the True, and the Beautiful" to investigate how the idea of "nation" embeds itself in the public discourse about music and other arts with results at times invigorating, at times corrupting.
The world-renowned musicologist Richard Taruskin has devoted much of his career to helping listeners appreciate Russian and Soviet music in new and sometimes controversial ways.
Defining Russia Musically represents one of his landmark achievements: here Taruskin uses music, together with history and politics, to illustrate the many ways in which Russian national identity 4/5(2).
This book has explored the process of building a uniquely Soviet musical identity during the period –, mainly through a conscious effort to bring art music to the masses.
Music of Russia denotes music produced from Russia and/or by is a large and culturally diverse country, with many ethnic groups, each with their own Russian Musical Identity book developed n music also includes significant contributions from ethnic minorities, who populated the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and modern-day awards: Pesnya Goda, MTV RMA, RAMP.
Towards the end ofa great controversy developed over the new Russian national anthem – notover the words, which were not yet settled, but over the music. Not only was Russia stirred up, but the news media all over the world picked up on the story and a rash of new websites appearedin many different host countries, all devoted to the.
Defining Russia Musically represents one of his landmark achievements: here Taruskin uses music, together with history and politics, to illustrate the many ways in which Russian national identity has been constructed, both from within Russia and from the Western perspective.
He contends that it is through music that the powerful myth of Russia. and Russian Musical Identity Adalyat Issiyeva Abstract The influence of the Saisons Russes, with its utterly Orientalist appeal in defining French modernism and Western avant-garde culture in general, is widely known and discussed by many researchers from multiple perspectives (SchaeffnerGarafola The book focuses on what is characteristic and crucial to Russian music during this period, rather than seeking to provide a comprehensive survey.
The musical culture of the time is discussed against the rich background of social, political and cultural life, tying together many of the phenomena that used to be viewed separately. This period also saw the foundation of the Russian Musical Society (RMS) inled by composer-pianists Anton ( ) and Nikolay Rubinstein ( ).
The Mighty Five was often presented as the Russian Music Society’s rival, with the Five embracing their Russian national identity and the RMS being musically more conservative.
The Russian spy who posed as a Canadian for more than 20 years This article is more than 11 months old Elena Vavilova’s book offers rare insight into the Soviet deep-cover ‘illegals’ programme. "More than a musicologist, Richard Taruskin is a cultural critic who deserves non-scholarly readers.
His brilliant and alarmingly timely book Defining Russia Musically is about the battle for a nation's soul--fought between Europe and Asia, modernity and primitivism--in the music of Tchaikovsky and Shostakovich."Peter Conrad, The Observer "Taruskin's Reviews: 6. Great deals on Music Antiquarian & Collectible Books in Russian.
Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at. The American musical has long provided an important vehicle through which writers, performers, and audiences reimagine who they are and how they might best interact with the world around them.
Musicals are especially good at this because they provide not only an opportunity for us to enact dramatic versions of alternative identities, but also the material for performing such. Defining Russia Musically represents one of his landmark achievements: here Taruskin uses music, together with history and politics, to illustrate the many ways in which Russian national identity has been constructed, both from within Russia and Reviews: 3.
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