Kanauninkas A. Sabaliauskas apie giedojimą ir vargonininkus

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Kanauninkas A. Sabaliauskas apie giedojimą ir vargonininkus
Alternative Title:
A. Sabaliauskas of the chanting in the church and organists
In the Journal:
Soter . 2003, 10 (38), p. 183-200
LDB Open.
Bažnytinės muzikos reforma; Giedojimo reformos; Grigališkas choralas; Grigališkas giedojimas; Kunigai; Lietuva XX a. I pusė; Mišios; Publicistika; Tobulinimasis; Vargonininkai
Gregorial choral; Lithuania first half of the XX century; Organist; Reform of chanting; The Holy liturgy; The gregorian choral; The organist; The priest; The publicistic writing; The reforms of saced music; The reforms of the sacred music; The refresher course
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje nagrinėjama kunigo, folkloristo, rašytojo ir visuomenės veikėjo kan. A.Sabaliausko (1873-1950) publicistinis palikimas giedojimo reformos ir vargonininkų veiklos klausimais Lietuvoje X X a. pirmoje pusėje. Kan. A. Sabaliauskas kėlė aktualias grigališkojo giedojimo mokymo, tradicinių chorinio giedojimo būdų tobulinimo, vargonininkų kultūrinio aktyvumo bei profesinio lavinimo problemas ir galimus jų sprendimo būdus. Konceptualios A. Sabaliausko mintys yra aktualios ir XX-XXI a. sandūroje. [Iš leidinio]

ENThe priest-canon A. Sabaliauskas, one of the most prominent investigators of people's music, publicist on the problems of church, wrote about the reform of the sacred music in the actual period of the national regeneration, mainly in 1905-1914. Nevertheless his articles concerning the forms and functions of chanting in the church are actual today too. He treated the reform of chanting and the process of the formation of national culture as the process of the implementation of new ideas and training organists of a new type. Such objectives were supported by young intellectual forces of the Church and national culture and opposed conservative forces. A. Sabaliauskas accepted the reform of the church music subjectively and propagated as a priest, submitting consciously the Church and instructions provided in Motu proprio issued by Pius X. The functions of chanting: music for the church is not a concert, but a prayer, the essential part of the Holy Liturgy. A. Sabaliauskas admired personally the Gregorial choral, but he never set it against other forms of chanting. The organist, as an active subject of the Holy Liturgy process, serves the church as an artist. His purpose is to follow all the instructions of the Church fully and professionally as referred to singing and to make efforts in the improvement of the craft. A. Sabaliauskas was constantly aiming for maximally high requirements under conditions of his time, and this should be interpreted as far-reaching programme. He highly valued the role of an organist in the Lithuanian church and in the national culture in general and he even symbolized it in a sense. [From the publication]

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