StatusThe thesis was presented on the 17 January, 2013
Approved by NCAA on the 14 June, 2013
Abstract– 0.37 Mb / in russian
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The dissertation structure: Introduction, 3 Chapters, General Conclusions and recommendations, Bibliography from 278 tytles, 5 appendixes; 162 pages of basic text, 39 musical examples, 1 table. The research results are reflected in 6 scientific publications.
Research area: history of national musical culture in a context of General piano teachers activity.
The aim of dissertation: a holistic assessment of General piano department teachers’ activity in unity of its performing, composer, scientifically-methodical aspects.
Objectives of the work: studying of historical evolution of the general piano in our country, analysis of activity of the most prominent representatives of the department.
Scientific novelty and originality. The dissertation is the first research of history of the General piano department of the Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts. The work introduces into academic use a wide source study and textological materials, unknown before.
The scientific problem consists in elimination of the contradiction between an impressive real impact into musical culture of the Republic of Moldova throughout the ХХ century, made by the representatives of General piano department and the lack of its judgment within the national musicology.
Theoretical valuepresents a systematization of concepts regarding the role of piano in the culturalization of society; a complex study of General piano department members’ activity within a wide historical framework as a catalyst of musical-educational process.
The practical importance of work. Dissertation materials have found practical application in a discipline of the General piano, held by the author during last two decades at the Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts. It can be used in different encyclopedias and reference books.
Realization of results. Results of the research have been approved in the published articles and the author’s reports at the annual scientific conferences spent in the Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts.