Structural and Stylistic Multi-Layering in Traditional Music and the Ways of Its Formation
The multi-layering of traditional instrumental music of Eurasia, which is typical for both auditory and visual perception, as well as for its functional and structural originality, is due to both natural factors (multi-level sources of acquisition, biopsychological reasons—human perception of sound images) and genetic factors (formation and historical development of nations and their general, artistic, and musical culture). The article attempts to identify and present the specific structural and stylistic multilayering of traditional instrumental performing art in all its historical, regional and national originality. The scope of the article is to outline its uniqueness and the most significant features of their historical formation.
Macijewski, I. V. “Structural and Stylistic Multi-Layering in Traditional Music and the Ways of Its Formation.” Muzykal’naya akademiya [Music Academy], no. 2, 2023, pp. 226–237, doi:10.34690/318. (In Russ.)