“…that its task is to give pleasure and through its beauty and elegance to raise admiration… ” The Form as Esthetic Idea and Music Essence in the... Cover Image
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„...че нейната задача е да доставя удоволствие и чрез своята красота и изящество да буди възхищение... “ Формата като естетическа представа и...
“…that its task is to give pleasure and through its beauty and elegance to raise admiration… ” The Form as Esthetic Idea and Music Essence in the...

Author(s): Snezhina Vrangova
Subject(s): Music
Published by: Институт за изследване на изкуствата, Българска академия на науките

Summary/Abstract: “…that its task is to give pleasure and through its beauty and elegance to raise admiration… ” The Form as Esthetic Idea and Music Essence in the Work of Vesselin Stoyanov The present article is devoted to the work and contribution of the composer Vesselin Stoyanov – one of the founders of Bulgarian music, whose heritage is not only sound but also includes principles and ethical messages, which are true and main part of the national spirit creation. Vesselin Stoyanov is not only composer and concerting piano player, but also professor of music-theoretical subjects in State Music Academy with publicistic expressions on the pages of the special music press, which concern his attitude about the main problems of the musical art. To one of them – the form – is devoted the article “Some questions of the music form”. In its building Vesselin Stoyanov determine as most important factors not the scheme and arranging, but harmonious attitude where are found the means of expression and their engaging with “one main, vital themes”. Basic task of the form, shown in this context is that it gives pleasure and through its beauty and elegance and balance in the relations of its elements to raises in the audience admiration and deep internal resonance through its ability to reflect the reality. Shared esthetic idea for form of Vesselin Stoyanov put its measure over all genre spheres of his work as one of the glaring examples for this is “Rhapsody for orchestra”, 1956.

  • Issue Year: 2012
  • Issue No: 1
  • Page Range: 3-11
  • Page Count: 9
  • Language: Bulgarian