The concept of executive culture and its development in the process of individual and orchestra lessons
A great development of the country’s musical art has significantly increased the need for qualified, thoroughly advanced musicians. In today’s Russia, there is a universal need for the popularization of intellectually wealth music as a moral, aesthetic, and worldview basis of the society. The author of the article studies the “performing culture” concept together with its components through the opinions of music performers, teachers, researchers such as E. Abdullin and E. Nikolaeva, G. Kogan, L. Fayzrakhmanova, I. Rakhimbaeva, S. Kirillov and others.
After analysing the aforesaid researchers’ works, the author determines the following image and artistic components of a musician’s performing art: emotional performing culture, sound culture as a tone making mood and conveying warmth, depth, brightness, and richness of the performance, a high level of musical thinking, the ability to anticipate musical images and reproduce them in the musician’s imagination, analytical abilities which help identify stylistic features of a composer’s works, a rather high level of technical skills.
Based on these postulates, the author determines primary tasks which should be solved by the tutor being the Major teacher as well. These tasks are as follows: to cultivate the students’ general and performing culture, to develop their ear for music, to form performing qualities, i.e. the ability to be imbued with music and communication with the listener, to embody a musical work in such a way that it has an aesthetic and spiritual impact on the listener. The author of the article also determines the role and place of different aspects such as collective (orchestral) music playing, pedagogical work in the Major class and its impact on the performing culture development.
performing culture, style, artistic taste, perception, work interpretation.
Zaritskiy V. The concept of executive culture and its development in the process of individual and orchestra lessons // South-Russian Musical Anthology. 2019. N 4. PP. 119–124.