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About Music at the Lessons of English (190,00 руб.)

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Первый авторЮдина
АвторыЮдина Т.Н., Денисенко М.В.
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АннотацияЦель предлагаемого пособия – формирование и закрепление навыков чтения и перевода аутентичных текстов
Кем рекомендованоРекомендована к изданию учебно-методическим советом социально-гуманитарного института КемГУКИ,
Кому рекомендованоПредназначена для студентов специальностей «Музыкальное искусство», «Дирижирование», «Народное художественное творчество».
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Юдина, Т.Н. About Music at the Lessons of English : хрестоматия / Юдина Т.Н., Денисенко М.В.; Т.Н. Юдина .— Кемерово : КемГУКИ, 2008 .— 180 с. — URL: https://rucont.ru/efd/237296 (дата обращения: 20.10.2021)

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ФЕДЕРАЛЬНОЕ АГЕНТСТВО ПО КУЛЬТУРЕ И КИНЕМАТОГРАФИИ КЕМЕРОВСКИЙ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫЙ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ КУЛЬТУРЫ И ИСКУССТВ СОЦИАЛЬНО-ГУМАНИТАРНЫЙ ИНСТИТУТ КАФЕДРА ИНОСТРАННЫХ ЯЗЫКОВ ABOUT MUSIC AT THE LESSONS OF ENGLISH ХРЕСТОМАТИЯ по чтению на английском языке для студентов очного и заочного отделений специальностей 070100 «Музыкальное искусство», 070105 «Дирижирование», 071301 «Народное художественное творчество» Кемерово 2008 Утверждена на заседании кафедры иностранных языков 14.03.08, протокол № 7. <...> Рекомендована к изданию учебно-методическим советом социально-гуманитарного института КемГУКИ, протокол № 2 от 09.04.2008 г. About Music at the Lessons of English: хрестоматия по чтению на английском языке для студентов очного и заочного отделений специальностей 070100 «Музыкальное искусство», 070105 «Дирижирование», 071301 «Народное художественное творчество» / сост. <...> Music is an art concerned with combining vocal or instrumental sounds for beauty of form or emotional expression, usually according to cultural standards of rhythm, melody, and, in most Western music, harmony. <...> Popular culture has consistently exploited these possibilities, most conspicuously today by means of radio, film, television, and the musical theatre. <...> This material is sound, but out of the multitude of sounds which can be made, only a very few are used for musical purposes. <...> If the vibration is regular, the resulting sound is 'musical' and represents a note of a definite pitch; if it is irregular the result is noise. <...> With our ear we automatically distinguish between the highness of a child's voice and the lowness of a man's, the loudness of a passing plane and the hum of traffic, and we know whether the tune coming from somebody's radio is played on a trumpet or a violin. <...> Perception of pitch means the ability to distinguish between the highness and <...>
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ФЕДЕРАЛЬНОЕ АГЕНТСТВО ПО КУЛЬТУРЕ И КИНЕМАТОГРАФИИ КЕМЕРОВСКИЙ ГОСУДАРСТВЕННЫЙ УНИВЕРСИТЕТ КУЛЬТУРЫ И ИСКУССТВ СОЦИАЛЬНО-ГУМАНИТАРНЫЙ ИНСТИТУТ КАФЕДРА ИНОСТРАННЫХ ЯЗЫКОВ ABOUT MUSIC AT THE LESSONS OF ENGLISH ХРЕСТОМАТИЯ по чтению на английском языке для студентов очного и заочного отделений специальностей 070100 «Музыкальное искусство», 070105 «Дирижирование», 071301 «Народное художественное творчество» Кемерово 2008
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Утверждена на заседании кафедры иностранных языков 14.03.08, протокол № 7. Рекомендована к изданию учебно-методическим советом социально-гуманитарного института КемГУКИ, протокол № 2 от 09.04.2008 г. About Music at the Lessons of English: хрестоматия по чтению на английском языке для студентов очного и заочного отделений специальностей 070100 «Музыкальное искусство», 070105 «Дирижирование», 071301 «Народное художественное творчество» / сост. Т. Н. Юдина, М. В. Денисенко. – Кемерово: КемГУКИ, 2008. – 180 с. Цель предлагаемого пособия – формирование и закрепление навыков чтения и перевода аутентичных текстов. Составители: ст. преп. Юдина Т. Н., ст. преп. Денисенко М. В. 2
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CONTENTS ВВЕДЕНИЕ………………………………………………………………………………………...………3 I. THE THEORY OF MUSIC............................................................................................. 6 WHAT IS MUSIC?......................................................................................................................................... 6 SOUND: THE MATERIAL OF MUSIC ........................................................................................................ 7 FUNDAMENTAL ELEMENTS OF MUSIC................................................................................................. 9 A SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, INSTRUMENTS OF THE ORCHESTRA................................................ 10 THE STRING SECTION.............................................................................................................................. 12 THE WOODWIND SECTION..................................................................................................................... 14 THE BRASS SECTION................................................................................................................................ 16 THE PERCUSSION INSTRUMENTS......................................................................................................... 18 OTHER INSTRUMENTS ............................................................................................................................ 20 II. ENGLISH MUSIC ........................................................................................................ 22 THE HISTORY OF ENGLISH MUSIC ....................................................................................................... 22 HENRY PURCELL...................................................................................................................................... 24 EDWARD ELGAR....................................................................................................................................... 27 TRADITIONAL TUNES FROM FOLK SINGERS..................................................................................... 28 ARTHUR BLISS .......................................................................................................................................... 30 A GREAT COMPOSER, CONDUCTOR AND PIANIST........................................................................... 31 LLOYD WEBBER ....................................................................................................................................... 33 ARTS AND CULTURE OF GREAT BRITAIN........................................................................................... 34 ARTISTIC AND CULTURAL LIFE OF GREAT BRITAIN....................................................................... 34 ENTERTAINMENT IN BRITAIN .............................................................................................................. 36 ENTERTAINMENT IN LONDON............................................................................................................. 38 GREAT BRITAIN THROUGH THE YEAR............................................................................................... 42 III. AMERICAN MUSIC................................................................................................... 44 JAZZ: ITS ROOTS AND MUSICAL DEVELOPMENT............................................................................. 44 JAZZ AS AN IMPORTANT AMERICAN ART MUSIC............................................................................... 46 GEORGE GERSHWIN AND HIS “RHAPSODY IN BLUE”...................................................................... 47 THE SWING ERA OF "DUKE" ELLINGTON............................................................................................ 50 BENNY GOODMAN................................................................................................................................... 52 CHARLIE "BIRD" PARKER....................................................................................................................... 52 ELLA FITZGERALD – A FIRST JAZZ LADY........................................................................................... 53 STYLES OF JAZZ........................................................................................................................................ 54 RAGTIME................................................................................................................................................. 54 BEBOP...................................................................................................................................................... 55 COOL JAZZ.............................................................................................................................................. 56 FREE JAZZ............................................................................................................................................... 57 JAZZ AS CONCERT MUSIC .................................................................................................................... 59 SOME ACADEMIC COMPOSERS............................................................................................................. 60 ROGER SESSIONS................................................................................................................................... 60 ROY HARRIS ............................................................................................................................................ 61 PHILLIP GLASS....................................................................................................................................... 63 IV. RUSSIAN MUSIC........................................................................................................ 65 A REAL MASTER OF OPERAS, BALLETS AND SYMPHONIES........................................................... 65 SERGEI PROKOFIEV................................................................................................................................. 69 S. PROKOFIEV: "ALEXANDER NEVSKY".............................................................................................. 70 DMITRY SHOSTAKOVICH....................................................................................................................... 71 THE FOURTH AND THE FIFTH STRING QUARTETS ........................................................................... 74 THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE RUSSIAN POST-WAR AVANT-GARDE ............................................. 75 RUSSIAN MUSIC OF THE 1990'S.............................................................................................................. 77 THE SONG-CYCLES OF VALENTIN SILVESTROV............................................................................... 80 THE DUET OF SVETLANA SAVENKO AND YURI POLUBELOV ....................................................... 82 ELENA FIRSOVA – A CONTEMPORARY RUSSIAN COMPOSER ....................................................... 84 179
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VLADIMIR TARNOPOLSKI ...................................................................................................................... 87 «STUDIO FOR NEW MUSIC» ENSEMBLE.............................................................................................. 88 V. THE HISTORY OF ROCK-MUSIC........................................................................... 90 WHAT IS ROCK? ........................................................................................................................................ 90 CRUCIAL ROCK MUSICIANS .................................................................................................................. 91 MUSICAL ELEMENTS............................................................................................................................... 94 ROCK AND YOUTH CULTURE................................................................................................................ 96 ROCK AND ROLL....................................................................................................................................... 96 THE 1960S..................................................................................................................................................... 98 THE 1970S..................................................................................................................................................... 99 THE 1980S................................................................................................................................................... 100 THE 1990S................................................................................................................................................... 101 CURRENT TREND.................................................................................................................................... 101 ROCK AS A REFLECTION OF SOCIAL AND CULTURAL CHANGE................................................. 102 VI. WORLD-FAMOUS PERFORMERS...................................................................... 104 LOUIS ARMSTRONG – THE KING OF JAZZ......................................................................................... 104 A GIFTED RUSSIAN PIANIST................................................................................................................. 106 FRANK SINATRA..................................................................................................................................... 107 WORLD-FAMOUS CELLIST................................................................................................................... 109 BOB DYLAN............................................................................................................................................. 109 YURI BASHMET – A FOUNDER OF THE CHAMBER ORCHESTRA.................................................. 113 MADONNA ............................................................................................................................................... 116 A SAXOPHONE VIRTUOSO.................................................................................................................... 117 THE BEST BARITONE FROM SIBERIA................................................................................................. 120 VANESSA-MAE........................................................................................................................................ 123 THE ROLLING STONES ..........................................................................................................................126 ULSTER ORCHESTRA............................................................................................................................. 128 SUPPLEMENTS .............................................................................................................. 130 LIST OF PROPER NAMES .................................................................................................................... 130 LIST OF MUSICAL TERMS ................................................................................................................... 142 GLOSSARY ............................................................................................................................................. 144 ENGLISH-RUSSIAN VOCABULARY..................................................................................................... 163 LIST OF SOURCES ........................................................................................................ 177 CONTENTS...................................................................................................................... 179 180
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