Symphony (from the Greek. “Consonance”) is a genre of symphonic instrumental music of the many-part canonized form of fundamental worldview content.
A symphony, as a rule, is a composition for an orchestra, consisting, as a rule, of several parts. This is one of the most important genres of European music. In the modern sense, the word “symphony” came into use relatively recently, in the 70s. XVIII century., But it itself is of very ancient origin.
“Symphony” in Greek means “consonance.” In ancient times, the so-called singing of a choir or ensemble in unison, as well as any harmonious, harmonious combination of tones. In the Middle Ages, the word disappeared from use, and its new life began in the Renaissance. But now a different Continue reading
The idea to write an article under such a title did not arise from idleness and not at all by chance, but as an urgent need for a precise and clear definition of the extremely important in my opinion musicological term, due to the lack of which serious problems and difficulties are already beginning to arise in modern cultural discourse communicative and semantic in nature …
SO WHAT IS THIS SUCH – “SIMPO-ELECTRONIC MUSIC”?
Since the beginning of the 90s, M. Landers has been broadcasting “Back to the Univers” on Rox radio, Station radio, Open radio, and when I was in my music. editor of TV – also on RTR quite often sounded my Opus No. 379 “Spirit Lap-I” , the large conceptual form of which I then defined the name “symphonic-electronic music”. Continue reading
Gusli is a stringed musical instrument, the most common in Russia.
The harp is a flat box-resonator with strings stretched over it. Under various names – cannel, kankles, kok-le, kantele, kusle, kesle – this multi-stringed plucked instrument is known among the peoples of the Baltic and Volga regions.
Gusli has been known in Russia since the 11th century. In shape, the pterygoid gusli was distinguished, also called voiced or arched, and helmet-shaped. Both of them, while playing, were kept on their knees, Continue reading