Образы исчезающих птиц, внесенных в Красную книгу Литвы, в произведениях современных композиторов: вопросы семантики и художественных средств

Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knygos dalis / Part of the book
  • Rusų kalba / Russian
  • Anglų kalba / English
Образы исчезающих птиц, внесенных в Красную книгу Литвы, в произведениях современных композиторов: вопросы семантики и художественных средств
Alternative Title:
Images of the birds included into the Red Book of Lithuanian in the music by Lithuanian composers issues of their semantics and artistical means of expression
In the Book:
Etninės ir šiuolaikinės kultūros ženklai akademinėje muzikoje / Virginija Apanavičienė. Vilnius: Lietuvos edukologijos universiteto leidykla, 2015. P. 74-83
Taip pat paskelbtas leidinyje: Kultūras studijas [Cultural studies]. 2010, 2, p. 440-449
Reikšminiai žodžiai: Išraiška; Lietuva, kompozitoriai, simboliai, paukščiai, Raudonoji knyga, semantika, galimybės; Lietuvių kompozitorių muzika; Lietuvos Raudonoji knyga; Meninės priemonės; Muzika, lietuvių kompozitoriai, paukščiai, Raudonoji knyga; Paukščių vaizdai; Semantika; Artistic means; Expression; Images of the birds; Lithuania, composers, symbols, birds, semantics, possibilities; Music by Lithuanian composers; Music, Lithuanian composers, birds, Red Book; Red Book of Lithuania; Semantics.
Muzika / Music.
Summary / Abstract:

ENThe images of the birds found in the Lithuanian ethnic culture are often related to the mythological beings that are supposed to have had an ancient meaning of protecting the ancient Baltic tribes. The sounds of the ethnic folk instruments that express the singing of birds can be assumed to be a kind of a mask similar to that in the other primitive cultures. As regards the image of a bird in the music by the contemporary Lithuanian composers, it can be mentioned that this kind of image is often used to symbolize a person (e.g., in the V, Laurušas' opera "The Birds Got Lost", B. Kutavičius' opera "Thrush The Green Bird"). Birds are often embodied as a kind of mythological beings in the scenography of operas (e.g., in A. Žigaitytė's mistery "Recovering one's Sight", B. Kutavičius' opera "Fire and Belief", J. Juozapaitis' opera "The Bird of the Sea"). The A. Martinaitis' opus "The Bird's of the Paradise" and the cantata "Cantus ad Futurum" are also closely related to the names of the birds that are included into the Red Book of Lithuania. This piece applies an ecological idea to be expressed in the music and relates the folklore traditions to the means of representing birds by the contemporary arts, lite written traditional shape of this piece can be considered as a "holographic" because all threee parts of it ("The Canon of the Right Wing", "Tlic Milky Way" and "Tlie Canon of the Left Wing") create an impression of a bird that has been fully expressed. Finally, it should be added that this piece can be treated as the monument dedicated to the birds that arc on the verge of being extinct. [From the publication]

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