Broniaus Kutavičiaus muzika. Praeinantis laikas

Collection:
Mokslo publikacijos / Scientific publications
Document Type:
Knyga / Book
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Broniaus Kutavičiaus muzika. Praeinantis laikas
Editors:
Jasinskaitė-Jankauskienė, Inga, pratarmė, sudaryt [aui, com]
Publication Data:
Vilnius : Versus aureus, 2008.
Pages:
414 p
Notes:
Bibliografija ir asmenvardžių rodyklė.
Contents:
Pratarmė — Pasakoja kompozitorius Bronius Kutavičius — Viktorija Daujotytė. Bronius Kutavičius: pastovios preformos ir kintančios formos — Matthieu Guillot. Bronius Kutavičius ir amžinybės dvasia — Vita Gruodytė. Bronius Kutavičius - modernus, postmodernus ar avangardinis kompozitorius? — Linas Paulauskis. "Jeigu nėra paslapties - nėra ir muzikos" — Vytautas Landsbergis. Lietuviško fakyro žydinti nostalgija. Apie B. Kutavičiaus kūrybą — Martinas Andersonas. Bronius Kutavičius atgaivina pagoniškąją Lietuvos praeitį — Marcelijus Martinaitis. Mito atgimimas — Muzikologai Vytautas Landsbergis ir Andrzejus Chlopeckis apie Broniaus Kutavičiaus kūrybą — Rimantas Astrauskas. Postmoderni tradicijos inovacija Broniaus Kutavičiaus kūryboje — Osvaldas Balakauskas. Būdas Kutavičiaus — Jūratė Landsbergytė. Laikas Broniaus Kutavičiaus muzikoje — Judita Žukienė. Kamerinės muzikos gairės — Donatas Katkus. Broniaus Kutavičiaus "Anno cum tettigonia". Naujovės ir pamokos — Austė Nakienė. Istorinės muzikos rekonstrukcijos idėja. Broniaus Kutavičiaus oratorijos ir folklorizmas — Daiva Račiūnaitė-Vyčinienė. Apie liaudies muzikos kodus — Gražina Daunoravičienė. Choralų bokštai istorinių vizijų skliautuose: modeliai ir metaforinis ženklinimas — Rytis Mažulis. Broniaus Kutavičiaus kanono technika — Rūta Gaidamavičiūtė. Chorinės dainos vaikams — Inga Jasinskaitė-Jankauskienė. Scenos kūrinių autsaideriai — Šarūnas Nakas. "Lokio" metamorfozės — Helmutas Šabasevičius. Ir garsas tapo kūnu... —Pokalbiai, atsiliepimai, pasisakymai: Gaidamavičiūtė kalbasi su kompozitoriumi Broniu Kutavičiumi. Tikiu įkvėpimu; Evaldas Vyčinas. Lietuvių liaudies muzikos instrumentai ir jų analogai B. Kutavičiaus kūryboje; Romas ir Sigutė Gražiniai. Užaugome su Broniaus Kutavičiaus muzika; Ramintos Lampsatytės pokalbis su Sigitu Geda apie Bronių Kutavičių. Nuo žiogo iki žvaigždės; Pasakoja kompozitorius Giedrius Puskunigis. Guru pamokos; Feliksas Bajoras. Apie Bronių Kutavičių. Prisiminimai 06 06 06; Algirdas Martinaitis. Istorijėlės Broniaus Kutavičiaus kūrinių temomis — Priedai: Svarbiausios gyvenimo ir muzikinės veiklos datos; Kūriniai; Literatūra; Kūrinių natos ir garso įrašai; Summary; Asmenvardžių rodyklė.
Keywords:
LT
Avangardizmas; Bronius Kutavičius; Kompozitorius Bronius Kutavičius; Laikas; Liaudies muzika; Lietuvių muzika; Lietuvos istorija; Mitas; Modernizmas; Pagoniškoji praeitis; Postmodernizmas; Tradicija.
EN
Bronius Kutavičius; Composer Bronius Kutavičius; Folk music; Lithuanian history; Lithuanian music; Modernism; Myth; Pagan past; Postmodernism; Time; Tradition.
Summary / Abstract:

LTLeidinys skirtas savito lietuvių kompozitoriaus Broniaus Kutavičiaus gyvenimui ir kūrybai nušviesti. Straipsnių autoriai - muzikologai, kompozitoriai, atlikėjai, rašytojai, mokiniai, bičiuliai - kalba apie B. Kutavičiaus kuriamos muzikos stilistinę, struktūrinę sandarą, fiksuoja istorinę šio kompozitoriaus kūrybos vertę, kūrinių sąsajas su tautos istorija ir jos palikimu, vertina avangardistinių naujovių paieškas, tautinės, pagoniškosios tematikos kompozicijų gimimo ir universalių būties bei laiko temų aktualizavimą. [Iš leidinio]

ENBronius Kutavičius is one of the most significant composers in Contemporary Lithuania playing an exceptional role in Lithuanian culture. His musical compositions could be considered as a mirror of Lithuanian history. Kutavičius music renders the transformations of the Lithuanian history giving a meaning to the surrounding world of different nations and cultures. It embodies the legacy of the world’s art, culture and literature which echoes in all periods of his art. Kutavičius recalls some important moments of the life of the Lithuanian people by appealing to the understanding of currently living people. He turns to the distant, even pre-historical, past of the Lithuanian ancestors, the Balts. From there, the composer extracts the details that help to bring to surface separate aspects of modern life and to find an existing extension of one’s thoughts. During the Soviet occupation, the relevant topics touched upon the preservation of the Lithuanian existence-language, culture, traditions and identity. Thus the so-called pagan oratories, famous both in Lithuania and in the world, have been created ("The Last Pagan Rites", "The Jatvingian Stone"). Therefore, it is not incidental that Kutavičius is called the major Lithuanian composer of the 7th and the 8th decades of the 20th century. In his works, composer conveys the historical development of the Lithuanian state and occurring transformations. Here, separate episodes of the country’s history are revived. It is the pagan, royal and nobleman Lithuanian freedom, traditions rooted in the 17th century, wars, and occupations. Lithuania is rooted in all Kutavičius’ works and their context. The composer paid attention to the establishment of the city of Vilnius, closing of Vilnius University, occupations of Lithuania.Moreover, famous people are also brought back to life: the oracle Lizdeika, King Mindaugas, Duke Gediminas, writer Duke Gediminas, writers and poets Kristijonas Donelaitis, Liudvikas Rėza, Maironis, Strazdas, and the famous Lithuanian composer and painter Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis. Kutavičius gives meaning to the surrounding of the world, and other cultures. His works of all creative periods embody the heritage of world art, culture and literature. These works include a cantata "Two Birds in the Wood Bower", the text by Rabindranath Tagore (1978); "The stille Stadt", the text by Richard Dehmel (1978); "Three Sonnets by Adomas Mickevičius" (1992); a cycle of four compositions "The Gates of Jerusalem" (1991-1995): Part I Nothern Gates (1991), Part II Eastern Gates (1992), Part III Southern Gates (1994), and Part IV Western Gates (Stabat Mater) (1995); "I Say One World - My Lips Ice Over" (1996), the text by Matsuo Bash; and : "Kampf der Bäume" (The Fight of Trees) (1996) with texts by Taliesin and Llywarch. Composer follows a long creative way that extends through more than four decades. He goes through search for avant-garde novelties, birth of national and pagan thematic compositions, visit to exotic countries, updating of universal topics of time and existence. A painful history of the nation is again revived in Kutavičius’ music. Through all his works, we can feel how the pulsating of Lithuanian history and time. Under the influence of the composer, the Lithuanians are enabled to feel their national backbone and spirit. A meaningful fact is that the composer now keeps "Metai" (Years) by Kristijonas Donelaitis on his writing table. Thus the author wants to draw attention to simple but nowadays very important things like the return to the rhythm of the year of following of established eternal moral norms and behavior.The collection is started with a thoughtful story told by Kutavičius about his family, creative life, meetings with prominent figures of Lithuanian and world culture, the events of his life experienced during unrest periods of historical changes. Lithuanian history in the composer's story is alive because it is base don the meetings with his contemporaries, artists, musicians, and culture people. The articles in this compilation are grouped according to their types. Chapter "General Issues" deals with specificity of Kutavičius’ music; specific aspects of his works; stylistic characteristics of the music ("modern, postmodern or avant-garde composer?"); analysis of its functioning in the context of both Lithuania culture and world music. The authors stress the historical value of the composer’s works. On addition, the chapter is focused on the most essential features of his music and the relations of his works with national history and heritage. The theoretical part contains analytical and theoretical articles. A wide range of topics reveals the creative variety of Kutavičius’ works: compositions in dodecaphony from the early period and compositions in minimalist technique from the latter period, profuse canons in oratories, codes of folklore music and folklore triadic, the characteristic genesis of the time parameters’ shift, inventive use of the protestant chorals in the diptych "Ignis et fides", etc. A wide compositional range of the music is evidenced by the variety of genres: operas, oratories, chamber and symphonic music, chorus songs. In addition, the scenery of the composers’ stage works is vividly described. The theoretical part is followed by conversations, reviews, speeches, vivid descriptions, and stories about co-operation and communication with Bronius Kutavičius. [...]. [Extract, p. 405-407]

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