Eurasian music science journal


In given article in the spotlight there is an original composition of Uzbek composer М. Bafoyev - "Tagor's dedication" considering in the context of monodic thinking. In work they are formulated place and the value of the composer, leading the tendencies of his creativity, as well as by the example of elected opus specific features of musical language based on the principle of generality of two monodic musical cultures - Uzbek and Indian are revealed.

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1. Vinogradov V., Indijskaja raga [Indian raga]. 1976. p. 62.

2. Galickaja . S., Plakhova A.,. Monodija: problemy teorii [Monody: problems of theory]. 2013. p. 320.

3. Galushhenko. I., Uzbekskoe kompozitorskoe tvorchestvo v gody Nezavisimosti: ustremlennost' v mirovoe prostranstvo [Uzbek composer creativity during the years of Independence: aspiration to the world space]. 2016. Respublika ilmiy – nazariy konferentsiyasi materiallari [Proceedings of the Republican scientific-theoretical conference]. p. 302.

4.Tagore R. Rabindranath Tagore: An Anthology. 1997. p. 416.

5.Sabyasachi Bhattacharya. Vande Mataram, the Biography of a Song. 2003. p.146.

6. Eck D., India: A Sacred Geography. 2012. p. 576.

7.Sumathi Ramaswamy. The Goddess and the Nation: Mapping Mother India. 2009. p. 400.

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