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Eurasian music science journal

Abstract

The article presents analysis of the “a`cappella ‘Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam’” choir cycle by composer Dilorоm Amanullaeva. The paper is written from the point of view of the conductor-performer in a form of a musical work with features of sonata-symphonic cyclicity based on the classical Uzbek poetry as well as on the works of the genius poets of the past.

First Page

39

Last Page

48

References

[1] Horoshajlo, G. (2005). Obrabotki narodnyh pesen dlya hora a`cappella v otechestvennoj muzykal'noj kul'ture XX veka i tvorchestvo A. V. Mihajlova [Arrangements of folk songs for the a’cappella choir in the national musical culture of the XXth century and the work of A.V. Mikhailov].

[2] Dzhumaeva, L., Bahretdinova, N. (1987). Uzbekskaya horovaya literatura (1960-1985) [Uzbek choral literature (1960-1985)]. p. l.

[3] Abrarova, M. O nekotoryh aspektah problemy “kompozitor i fol'klor” v uzbekskom professional'nom muzykal'nom tvorchestve na rubezhe XX-XXI vekov [On some aspects of the problem "composer and folklore" in the Uzbek professional musical creativity at the turn of the XX-XXI centuries]. Retrieved from http://musicnews.kz/o-nekotoryx-aspektax-problemy-kompozitor-i-folklor-v-uzbekskom-professionalnom-muzykalnom-tvorchestve-na-rubezhe-xx-xxi-vekov/.

[4] Usova, I. (1976). Horovaya literature [Choir literature]. Saint-Petersburg: Muzyka [Music].

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