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by A. V Parin

Author: A. V Parin
Subcategory: Foreign Language Study & Reference
Language: Russian
Publisher: Agraf (1999)
Pages: 461 pages
Category: Reference
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Opera Russia 19th century.

Khozhdenie v nevidimyi grad : paradigmy russkoi klassicheskoi opery A. Parin. Khozhdenie v nevidimyi grad : paradigmy russkoi klassicheskoi opery A. Opera Russia 19th century. Download now Khozhdenie v nevidimyi grad : paradigmy russkoi klassicheskoi opery A. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format. book below: (C) 2016-2018 All rights are reserved by their owners.

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Parin A. V. Khozhdenie v nevidimyi grad: paradigmy russkoi klassicheskoi opery. 464 s. Ruch'evskaya E. A. "Khovanshchina" Musorgskogo kak khudozhestvennyi fenomen. K probleme poetiki zhanra. SP. Kompozitor - Sankt-Peterburg, 2005. 388 s. Khubov G. N. Musorgskii.

Khozhdenie v Nevidimyi Grad. Paradigmy Russkoi Klassicheskoi Opery. The book examines Russian operatic works in the light of world culture, philosophy, mythology, and analytical psychology. Moscow: Agraf, 1999 464 p Serie: Volshebnaia fleita Hardcover. The author attempts to lay bare the symbolic structure of different operas and to show the specifics of Russian opera within the context of European culture.

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a diffuse movement known as khozhdenie v narod ( going to the people ) in the course of which hundreds of young intellectuals, dressed in peasant clothes, canvased rural regions and incited the peasantry to rise against the system.

This book by a well-known critic is unique for its approach to opera as an anthropological phenomenon. Opera is remarkable for its abundant genetic, emotional, and intellectual links with the world and haughty independence from everyday life combined with banal bowing to Zeitgeist. The book examines Russian operatic works in the light of world culture, philosophy, mythology, and analytical psychology. The author attempts to lay bare the symbolic structure of different operas and to show the specifics of Russian opera within the context of European culture. Thus, he isolates motifs of a feminine inviolable Russia in the image of Chaikovskii's Tatiana, the myth of Sacred Rus and the myth of Petersburg, the image of a dancing Foe in Russian opera (Borodin's "Prince Igor"), an ideal of asexual rule (Rimskii'-Korsakov's Berendei). Tenors, who dominated late 19th century Russian operatic stage, blended in their arias all preexisting literary trends, including Sentimentalism, Romanticism, and Realism. Bibliographic references, index of the best known Russian operas, chronology of important European first performances from the late 16th to early 20th centuries.