Academization of bandura by bandurism exponents in Ukraine



bandura craftsmen, development, lute-like instruments, Ukrainian music


Ukrainian bandura underwent a long and difficult evolutionary path. Its academicization process took place in the XX-XXI centuries. The impact of prominent bandura craftsmen O. Korniievskyi, V. Tuzychenko, I. Skliar, and V. Herasymenko on the process of the Ukrainian bandura academization was studied. The authors devoted their work to historical assessment in the affirmation of the academized instruments of Chernihiv (or Kyiv-Chernihiv) and Kharkiv types. The specifics of the creation of the academized instrument in 1920–2010 by leading Ukrainian designers – bandura craftsmen became a purpose of the study. The abovementioned bandura craftsmen made a significant impact on the academization of diatonic banduras, their transformation into the instrument with a double-diatonic tuning system and bringing it closer to European trends. The particular roles of O. Korniievskyi, V. Tuzychenko, I. Skliar, and V. Herasymenko in this process were characterized. It was noted that the Kyiv method of play on an academic instrument is much more popular than Kharkiv-type which is why the latter needs additional attention.


Download data is not yet available.


Amerta, I. M. S., Sara, I. M., & Bagiada, K. (2018). Sustainable tourism development. International research journal of management, IT and social sciences, 5(2), 248-254.

Bailey, J. (1983). The Versification of the Russian Kant from the End of the Seventeenth to the Middle of the Eighteenth Century. Russian Literature, 13(2), 123-174.

Bashtan, S. (1998). To the memory of the prominent Ukrainian artist – ?. ?. Skliar. ??ndur? 63-64, 30-35.

Bohm, P., & Russell, C. S. (1985). Comparative analysis of alternative policy instruments. In Handbook of natural resource and energy economics (Vol. 1, pp. 395-460). Elsevier.

Brockhoff, K. K. (1992). Instruments for patent data analyses in business firms. Technovation, 12(1), 41-59.

Cherkaskyi, L. M. (2003). Ukrainian traditional musical instruments. Cherkaskyi LM-K.: Technique.

Cherneta, ?. ?. (2013). Bandura art of the Dnieper Region of XX century: from amateur to academism.

Crank, J. P. (1990). Police: Professionals or craftsmen? An empirical assessment of professionalism and craftsmanship among eight municipal police agencies. Journal of Criminal Justice, 18(4), 333-349.

D?k?, ?. ?. (1968). Craftsmen of Chernihiv Sounds: Narrative about Chernihiv Factory Named after P.P. Postyshev. Kyiv: ?uzychn? Ukraiin?.

Granger, C. W. (1988). Some recent development in a concept of causality. Journal of econometrics, 39(1-2), 199-211.

Hlebova, N., Oleksenko, K., Oleksenko, R., & Afanasieva, L. (2021). Subjunctive aspects of sociological support of the modern teacher formation process in the development context of the new Ukrainian school system. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S1), 439-450.

Hubiak, D. (2006). Design thought evolution in bandura improvement. Research notes of the Ternopil National Pedagogic University named after Volodymyr Hnatiu, 1(16), 85-89.

Humeniuk, A. (1967). ???????, ??????. ?????????? ??????? ??????? ???????????.

Ivanov, P. (1981). Orchestra of Ukrainian folk instruments. Kyiv: Musical Ukraine.[In Ukrainian].

Khotkevych, H. ?. (2007). Art Works for Karkiv-type bandura. ??r?nt?; S?dnei; Kh?rk?v: ?? ?kskliuzyv.

Kovalenko, ?. (1959). Improved bandura. Soviet Culture, 60(476), 3-9.

Lazurkevych, ?. ?. (2011). Modern integration of Kharkiv type bandura as an academic development factor of kobza art in Ukraine. Research notes of the Ternopil National Pedagogic University named after Volodymyr Hnatiuk, 1, 103-109.

L?rionov?, L. (2005). History of one collection (Museum of the Chernihiv Factory of Musical Instruments). Ukrainian Culture Treasury, 5, 92-99.

Mishalov, V. (2010). Considerations regarding bandura design and improvement. In: H.M. Khotkevych. Bandura and its Design (pp. 245-265). ??r?nt?; Kharkiv: Hnat Khotkevych Foundation for National and Cultural Initiatives.

Nehru, R. S. S. (2016). Corporate social responsibility & education for sustainable development. International Research Journal of Engineering, IT and Scientific Research, 2(3), 72-81.

Nonaka, T., & Bril, B. (2012). Nesting of asymmetric functions in skilled bimanual action: Dynamics of hammering behavior of bead craftsmen. Human Movement Science, 31(1), 55-77.

Nyrk?, O. (1994). Kobza art of Kuban. In: Kobzar and Lyre Traditions and Modern Development there (pp. 19-21). Kyiv: Ukrainian Center for Folk Art.

Park, W. K., & Lesselier, D. (2009). Electromagnetic MUSIC-type imaging of perfectly conducting, arc-like cracks at single frequency. Journal of Computational Physics, 228(21), 8093-8111.

Pavlenko, S. (2006). Kobza father. In: In Banduras’ Humming and Mourning (pp. 325-328). Kyiv: ??UP.

R?i, V. (1967). Bandura with additional resonating holes. Folk Art and Ethnography, 3, 55-59.

Shudria, ?. (2006). Straivari from Koriukivka. In: In banduras’ humming and mourning (pp. 9-36). Kyiv: Vydavnytstvo ??UP.

Skliar, I. (1971). Bandura of Kyiv-Kharkiv Type. Kyiv: ?uzychn? Ukraina.

Smolen, D., Topp, R., & Singer, L. (2002). The effect of self-selected music during colonoscopy on anxiety, heart rate, and blood pressure. Applied Nursing Research, 15(3), 126-136.

Standley, J. M. (2002). A meta-analysis of the efficacy of music therapy for premature infants. Journal of pediatric nursing, 17(2), 107-113.

Suwija, N., Suarta, M., Suparsa, N., Alit Geria, A.A.G., Suryasa, W. (2019). Balinese speech system towards speaker social behavior. Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews, 7(5), 32-40.

Toya, H., & Skidmore, M. (2007). Economic development and the impacts of natural disasters. Economics letters, 94(1), 20-25.

Vereshchahina-Biliavska, O. Y., Cherkashyna, O. V., Moskvichova, Y. O., Yakymchuk, O. M., & Lys, O. V. (2021). Anthropological view on the history of musical art. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S2), 108-120.

Yevhenieva, M., & ??zii, O. (2006). Meet the virtuoso duet “Bandurna Rozmova”: Ternopil radio interview with bandura player O. Sozanskyi. Kobzar of Ternopil Region. Retrieved from: (accessed 12.07.2021).

Zinkiv, I. Y. (2021). Academization of the Ukrainian Bandura by the Proficient Bandura-Craftsmens of the XX–Early XXI Centuries. REVISTA GEINTEC-GESTAO INOVACAO E TECNOLOGIAS, 11(4), 2459-2480.



How to Cite

Zinkiv, I. Y. (2021). Academization of bandura by bandurism exponents in Ukraine. Linguistics and Culture Review, 5(S4), 269-288.



Research Articles