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. Tambov: Gramota, 2017. № 3. Part 1. P. 31-34.
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Bochkova Tat'yana Rudol'fovna
Nizhny Novgorod State Conservatory named after M. I. Glinka

Abstract. The article examines the use of the Catholic and Protestant ecclesiastical tune as one of the basic thematic elements of the romantic organ sonata - the genre phenomenon that originated in the European music in the middle of the XIX century. The author emphasizes the idea of baroque-romanticism synthesis determining the basic stylistic "field" of this genre and focuses on the choral, which becomes one of the key "markers" of dialogue with baroque.
Key words and phrases: романтическая органная соната, хорал, барокко, романтизм, стилевой диалог, европейская органная традиция, romantic organ sonata, choral, baroque, romanticism, style dialogue, European organ tradition.
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