StatusThe thesis was presented on the 10 December, 2015
Approved by NCAA on the 25 February, 2016
Abstract– 0.38 Mb / in romanian
ThesisCZU 788.6 (043.3)
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The thesis structure: Introduction, three chapters, main conclusions and recommendations, bibliography of 275 titles, 152 pages of basic text, 73 musical examples, 13 schemes and 7 annexes. The research results are published in 7 scientific articles.
Field of study: national art of clarinet interpretation
The aim and objectives of the thesis. The aim of the investigation is a capitalization of Eugen Verbeţchi’s contribution in the national art of clarinet interpretation’ development.
The objectives are: elucidating of interpretative features by Eugen Verbeţchi; determining of various technical and interpretative difficulties of analyzed works; development of methodological guidance on targeted creations; specification of performer’s influence upon the creation of composers from the Republic of Moldova; highlighting of his contribution to the enrichment of clarinet repertoire, both solistic and chamber one.
Scientific novelty and originality. For the first time in the national musicology has been made a scientific research dedicated to interpretative art of E. Verbeţchi, based on the analysis of sound material, audio and video recordings, as well as archival sources, scientific articles, memories of his contemporaries, didactical works.
The important scientific problem solved in this field lies in formulation of individual interpretation principles of E. Verbeţchi elucidating the role in national school of clarinet interpretation development at the second half of the 20th century, which leds to the applied in pedagogical, scientific and concert practice.
The theoretical significance is related to enrichment of theory and didactic concepts with new ideas and knoledge regarding the evaluation of E. Verbeţchi’s role. Many methods of interpretative art have been integrated, incl. the termonology, as well as a complex analyses of some creations for clarinet, written by the composers from the Republic of Moldova has been offered.
The applicative value. The present work might be a scientific and didactic support in various disciplines elaboration and teaching at the music institutions, such as Instrument, Chamber ensemble, Performing arts history, Artistic practice, National music history, classical music history.
Implementation of scientific results. Thesis has been discussed at Musicology and Composition chair and on 19 January 2015 has been recommended to be obtained. The thesis materials have been approved within the AMTAP national and international conferences in 2011-2014, as well as in 7 scientific publications.
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