Artistic and conceptual tasks of a musician in solo and ensemble performance

https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v5nS2.1419

Authors

  • Olha V. Ohanezova-Hryhorenko Odessa National A.V. Nezhdanova Academy of Music, Odesa, Ukraine
  • Liudmyla I. Povzun Odessa National A.V. Nezhdanova Academy of Music, Odesa, Ukraine
  • Olena A. Khoroshavina Odessa National A.V. Nezhdanova Academy of Music, Odesa, Ukraine
  • Tetiana O. Fedchun Odessa National A.V. Nezhdanova Academy of Music, Odesa, Ukraine
  • Kateryna I. Yerhiieva Odessa National A.V. Nezhdanova Academy of Music, Odesa, Ukraine

Keywords:

artistry, creative work, instrumentalist, musical semantics, performing musician

Abstract

The relevance of this study is justified by the necessity to investigate the tasks for the improvement of musician’s professional skills. Artistic perception of the surrounding world is based on active artistic and conceptual thinking. The purpose of this study is to define artistic and conceptual tasks of a musician. In addition, the primary purpose of this research is to consider and analyze the tasks of a performing musician. The methodological background of this study is shaped by theoretical methods of scientific knowledge. For this, the study involved such research methods as analysis and synthesis of information, as well as analytical, cultural and comparative methods. The first stage of the study was a theoretical analysis of academic literature. For the sake of this study, the types of musical performances and interpretations of works as well as the main tasks of the performing musician were considered. It was determined that musical performance is a form of art that involves the reproduction of music in a variety of ways. As a result, it was established that the task of a musician is to decipher the emotional and sensual image created by the author of the work. 

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Published

2021-08-07

How to Cite

Ohanezova-Hryhorenko, O. V., Povzun, L. I., Khoroshavina, O. A., Fedchun, T. O., & Yerhiieva, K. I. (2021). Artistic and conceptual tasks of a musician in solo and ensemble performance. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S2), 774-784. https://doi.org/10.21744/lingcure.v5nS2.1419

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