Since we are talking about an authentic instrument system in the performance of music of the 18th – early 19th centuries, I will share some observations.
One of the pioneers of authentic performance, the Swiss pianist Edwin Fischer did not even think about how far his simple idea would come to play instruments and compositions of earlier times. He played the piano, the structure of which he did not change, just like the instruments of his orchestra: this is heard from the recordings of Bach’s clavier concerts. Continue reading
Topic 3. Scientific concepts of the activity of the vocal apparatus in singing.
A) Myoelastic and neurochronactic theories
as a single concept
With the advent of the art of solo singing, vocal pedagogy developed empirically – by accumulating knowledge in the field of the nature of the singing voice. Based on the experience of performing practice at one time or another, the principles and techniques for the development of singing voice, the system of vocal education and upbringing were established. Continue reading
Benjamin Britten is one of the most prominent composers of the twentieth century, not only in the UK, but throughout the world. His work covers a large number of genres, from small chamber works to ballets and operas. And all of them are very popular in our time.
Britten worked to revive English opera, as well as secure the future of British musical drama. Throughout his life, he worked hard and tried to write music in such a way that it was accessible and understandable to almost any listener. Continue reading