On Prospects of Phenomenological Research of Contemporary Guitar Music (to statement of the problem) Cover Image

О перспективах феноменологического исследования современной гитарной музыки (к постановке проблемы)
On Prospects of Phenomenological Research of Contemporary Guitar Music (to statement of the problem)

Author(s): Tymur Pavlovich Ivannikov
Subject(s): Music, Methodology and research technology, Phenomenology
Published by: Національна академія керівних кадрів культури і мистецтв
Keywords: guitar; phenomenology of creativity; philosophy of music;

Summary/Abstract: Systematization of phenomenological approaches to the analysis of musical art and the prospects for their approbation in the field of guitar creativity is the focus of this article. The meaning of the phenomenological method is based on important principles: access to the analysis of phenomena is successful only through consciousness, a subjective contact with knowable reality. Specificity of the phenomenological approach lies in the dual function of consciousness: it is both a research tool, and its object. The method of phenomenological reduction is used to study the activity of consciousness. According to the philosophy of Edmund Husserl, "die phänomenologische Reduktion" consists of three levels of consciousness and release corresponds to the three different types of reduction ("epoché"): – phenomenological-psychological reduction – exemption from the natural attitude to the object that is outside consciousness, in space and time; the transition from the perception of the outside world to acts of reflection, to the experiences of consciousness, into which the object is immersed; focusing on psychological processes, concentration on the essence of the phenomenon; – eidetic reduction – for cleaning from the empirical content of the phenomena of consciousness, gained prior experience; exemption from the facts of their stay in the mind, moving into a generalized category of entity (eidos);

  • Issue Year: 2015
  • Issue No: 27
  • Page Range: 123-135
  • Page Count: 13
  • Language: Russian