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The world of Mykola Lysenko : ethnic identity, music, and politics in nineteenth and early twentieth century Ukraine / Taras Filenko, Tamara Bulat.

Av: Filenko, TarasMedverkande: Bulat, TamaraUtgivare: Edmonton, Canada : Ukraine Millennium Foundation, cop. 2001Beskrivning: vi, 434 s. : ill. (några i färg) ; 30 cmISBN: 966-530-045-8Ämne(n): Lysenko, Mykola Vitalijovyč, 1842-1912 | Tonsättare | Musik och samhälle | Musikhistoria -- 1800-talet -- 1900-talet | Composers -- Ukraine -- Biography | Music -- Ukraine -- 19th century -- History and criticism | Music -- Ukraine -- 20th century -- History and criticism | Ethnicity -- Ukraine | Ukraina | Ukraine -- Politics and government -- 19th century | Ukraine -- Politics and government -- 20th centuryDDK-klassifikation: 780.92 LC-klassifikation: ML410.L983 | F55 2001SAB-klssifikation: Ijz Lysenko, Mykola
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Verkförteckning: s. 393-428.
In Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, a statue honoring Mykola Lysenko as the father of Ukrainian classical music sits in front of the Opera House. But Lysenko was much more than a composer of operas; he was an internationally renowned pianist, a conductor, a choir director, a teacher, and the founder of a music school. More importantly to folklorists, he was Ukraine's first prominent ethnomusicologist, recording a wide variety of folk songs and collecting and describing folk musical instruments from venues throughout his native land. The authors seek to acquaint Western readers with the full range of Lysenko's contributions.
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Verkförteckning: s. 393-428.

In Kyiv, the capital of Ukraine, a statue honoring Mykola Lysenko as the father of Ukrainian classical music sits in front of the Opera House. But Lysenko was much more than a composer of operas; he was an internationally renowned pianist, a conductor, a choir director, a teacher, and the founder of a music school. More importantly to folklorists, he was Ukraine's first prominent ethnomusicologist, recording a wide variety of folk songs and collecting and describing folk musical instruments from venues throughout his native land. The authors seek to acquaint Western readers with the full range of Lysenko's contributions.

Innehåller bibliografiska referenser (s. 379-382) och index.

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