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. Tambov: Gramota, 2013. 4. Part 3. P. 45-48.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Study of Art
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FEATURES OF INTERPRETING LITERARY TEXT OF VOCAL WORK OF THE XVI TH CENTURY: PRACTICAL ASPECTS

Dan'shina Natal'ya Vladimirovna
National Music Academy of Ukraine named after P. I. Chaikovskii


Abstract. The author describes the principles of the practical mastering of the literary text of the vocal work of the XVI th century by the musician, reveals and considers in detail the basic parameters of the difference between the primary source and the later editorial version, substantiates the necessity of working with facsimile partbooks in original notation, outlines the problem of the interaction between notation forms and the composers thinking, and suggests practical recommendations on the Renaissance repertoire mastering by the vocal ensemble.
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