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Issues of Theory and Practice
. Tambov: Gramota, 2016. 3. Part 1. P. 70-74.
SCIENTIFIC AREA: Study of Art
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"AXION ESTIN" BY KORNELIJE STANKOVI? IN SERBIA AND IN RUSSIA

Evdokimova Alla Alekseevna
Nizhny Novgorod State Conservatory named after M. N. Glinka


Abstract. The article aims to identify the "Axion Estin" tune called a "Serbian melody" in the Russian collection. The comparative analysis indicated that the original source is a chant of the same name that was published by Kornelije Stankovi? in 1862. The chant belongs to the Serbian Karlovac tradition of church singing, which existed in an oral form. In Russia this chant was given a new lease of life. Being a considerably autonomous variant, it preserved relations with the earlier Serbian chant by the bishop Lukijan Mu?icki and with the Russian Znamenny Chant coming out as a specific manifestation of the centuries-old relations of the song traditions of the Russian and Serbian Orthodox Churches.
Key words and phrases: , " ", , , , , church singing, "Axion Estin", Serbian Karlovac chant, Kornelije Stankovi?, Lukijan Mu?icki, Russian Znamenny Chant.
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