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Lucrările pentru duet de piane în componistica din Republica Moldova


Author: Mamaliga Marina
Degree:doctor of history and Theory of Arts, Cultorology
Speciality: 17.00.01 - Audio-visual Arts (with specification: Theatrical Art; Musical Art; Cinematography, TV and other form of Audio-Visual Arts)
Year:2020
Scientific adviser: Svetlana Ţîrcunova
doctor, professor, Academy of Music of the Theatre and Fine Arts
Institution: Academy of Music of the Theatre and Fine Arts

Status

The thesis was presented on the 25 August, 2020 at the meeting of the Scientific Council and now it is under consideration of the National Council.

Abstract

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Thesis

CZU 780.8:780.616.433.087.32.036(478)(043.3)

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158 pages


Keywords

duet de piane, creația compozitorilor din Republica Moldova, element folcloric, stilistica de jazz, intertextualitate, miniatură, repertoriu didactic, ansamblu cameral, factură pianistică, tematism muzical

Summary

Thesis for degree of Doctor of Arts and Culturology, spetiality 653.01 – Musicology, Chisinau, 2020.

Thesis structure: Introduction, four chapters, main conclusions and recommendations, bibliography of 145 titles, annex; 132 pages of basic text, 13 pages of the appendices.

The aim of the research is to present and characterize compositions for piano duo in Moldovan composer’s creation and to reveal their artistic value and significance in the national piano art.

The objectives of the work are to determine the methodological basis for analyses the expressive possibilities of the piano duo as a genre of composer's creation; to identify the main directions of author’s search in the piano duo field of national art; to reveal the role of folklore elements in imagery, musical language and dramaturgy of compositions for piano duo by V. Burlea, E. Mamot and O. Negruţa; to characterize the influence of jazz stylistics on musical expression means of piano duo works written by O. Negruţa and M. Stârcea; to show the manifestation of postmodernism in piano duo compositions by V. Beleaev and Gh. Ciobanu; to formulate performing treatment problems of analyzed opuses and methodical recommendations for their resolution.

Scientific novelty and originality. For the first time, both published texts and manuscripts of compositions written for piano duo by national authors were introduced into scientific practice. Originality of the dissertation is determined by the prospect of the research, which implies the study of piano duo works by composers of the Republic of Moldova from the point of view of musicological science and performing practice synthesis.

The obtained results contribute to solving an important scientific problem, which consists in creating a holistic view of the music for the piano duo of the Republic of Moldova from the period 1980–2000 as an important area of native musical art, which provides the basis for a theoretical understanding of its artistic value and place in national culture.

Theoretical significance. This dissertation is the first special study devoted to the problems of the piano duo in national compositional practice in different genre conditions and in the context of contemporary style trends.

Practical significance of the work. The obtained scientific results can be used in the next courses: History of National Music, Musical Forms, Methodology of Musical Analysis, History of Performing Arts. The thesis principles are of interest for musicologists-researchers, as well as for teachers and musicians-performers.

Application of scientific results. The materials of the dissertation were approved at the scientific and practical conferences of the teachers and doctoral students of the Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts (AMTFA) as a result of their publication in scientific and popular science literature.