StatusThe thesis was presented on the 3 March, 2011
Approved by NCAA on the 12 May, 2011
Abstract– 0.31 Mb / in romanian
Thesis structure: introduction, 5 chapters, closure (conclusions and recommendations), notes, bibliography containing 209 references, 15 appendixes, 132 pages of the body text, 16 tables. The obtained results are published in 13 scientific works.
The key words: academy, ensemble, artist, horn, bagpipe, clarinet, college, conservatory, horn, orchestrator, bassoon, philharmonic orchestra, flute, whistle, interpreter, instrument, fiddler, nai, oboe, orchestra, saxophone, soloist, tilinca, trombone, trumpet, tuba. Subject of study – Audio-visual arts (Music arts).
Thesis objectives: analysis and synthesis of history of the use of wind instruments in the Romanian cultural area; revealing of contribution of wind instrument in sound presentation in folkloric, fiddler and military events; estimate of role of wind instruments in the performing activity of fanfares and collectives broadcasting folk music; nominal appreciation of the most famous blowing performers’ intake for the improvement of level of the artistic professionalism in the performing arts in the Republic of Moldova; pointing out the importance of wind instruments performers for training and development of the symphonic orchestra of the National Philharmonic and orchestra of the National Ballet and Opera Theatre; evaluation of the process of the personnel training of wind instruments academic professors or performers in university and undergraduation professional institutions.
The scientific novelty and originality of the investigation consists in the fact that the present thesis is the first exhaustive investigation in the performing arts of wind instruments in the Republic of Moldova in the period of 70’s.
The theoretical significance. The data concerning to the history of use of wind instruments in the folkloric, fiddler and military music was generalized and systematized in the present thesis. The manifestations of wind instruments in the military and civil fanfares during the abovementioned period, in the folk music orchestras, in the collectives broadcasting academic music were analyzed and described for the first time. Also the emphasis was made on wind instruments performers training for the specialized music educational institutions.
The applicative value of the thesis. The gained materials may be used in the process of scientific, methodic-scientific, instructive, management work and in performing activity. It was useful for the fanfare activity conducted by author, at the specialized lessons within the department of wind instruments and percussion in the Theatre and Music Academy.
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