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Publications of Bayarsaikhan Sukh-Ochir Bayaduud
Man and Culture, 2016-6
Bayarsaikhan S.B. - Saxophone in martial music of the Western European and American composers of the late XIX Ц early XX centuries pp. 110-117

DOI:
10.7256/2409-8744.2016.6.21519

Abstract: This article reveals one of the important and insufficiently studied problems of orchestration – the interpretation of saxophone family instruments as the orchestral instruments, as well as reflects part of the major scientific conclusions of the cognominal thesis research that is dedicated to the interpretation of saxophone as an orchestral instrument. Based on the results of the analysis of the military marches original scores of the late XIX – early XX centuries, written by the composers of Western Europe and America (France, Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Austria-Hungary, Spain, USA, and Mexico), as well as academic works on the questions of theory and practice of the orchestration, the article reveals the ways, peculiarities, and trends of application of the saxophone family instruments in the genre of martial music. The modern communicative means (Internet) helped to find multiple compositions in the genre of march, but at times such scores dare not the original primary sources. However, the volume of materials that became accessible allows forming the holistic perception, as well as making substantiated conclusions. Discovering the facts on the use of saxophones in marches seems purposeful if leaning on the national affiliation of a composer, or in other words, within the framework of a separate country.  
Culture and Art, 2016-4
Bayarsaikhan S.B. - Peculiarities of Saxophone Interpretation in Symphony Orchestra Works

DOI:
10.7256/2454-0625.2016.4.19296

Abstract: This article is devoted to one of the important problems of instrumentation which is not yet explored – the problem of saxophone interpretation. It also reflects the basic scientific result of the master’s thesis under the same title. Based on the analysis of numerous works of composers living in different countries and different epochs as well as academic literature on the theory and practice of instrumentation, the author of the article discovers methods, peculiarities and trends in using a family of saxophone instruments in symphony orchestra compositions. The research was conducted based on the analysis of music scores of both applied and autonomous nature. The research covered only music pieces that had one or more saxophone parts. In the course of analyzing music scores, the author has traced back and defined peculiarities, methods and trends of orchestra saxophone interpretation typical for both the composer's individual style and the style of a particular culture-historical epoch. As a result of the research, the author has integrated data on interpretations of saxophone as an ochestra instrument. The author has also described how saxophone became famous in different countries and genres of music. Being used in French opera initially, by the beginning of the 20th century saxophone became famous with the composers from other countries and genres of music. In the process of the research the author has also defined peculiarities, methods and trends in the interpretation of saxophone as a symphony orchestra instrument. 
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