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Publications of Fedotova Valeriya Nikolaevna
PHILHARMONICA. International Music Journal, 2016-4
Fedotova V.N. - Concerts of Bulgarian musicians in Moscow pp. 76-81

DOI:
10.7256/2453-613X.2016.4.23162

Abstract: The article is a review of the concerts of Bulgarian musicians in Moscow. The author mentions the concerts of musicians, well-known in Europe and the USA, - Stefan Dragostinov and his folklore band, instrumental trio of the Vladigerovs, and a violinist Pavel Minaev. The author gives brief characteristics of the performance by the pianist Victoria Vassilenko, the singers Marianna Tsvetkova and Maria Zhekova. The review is focused on the concert of the singer Plamen Beykov and the pianist Bozhena Petrova “Shostakovich. The afterword” with a subtitle “Shostakovich, Michelangelo and Dostoyevsky in music, poems and images”, presented as a multimedia project. The author uses the historical method and the method of the study of art, which help analyze the performance of the late compositions of Shostakovich by the Bulgarian musicians. They performed these compositions in Moscow for the first time. Special attention is given to the use of an innovative multimedia format of the concert using demonstrative materials from the works of Michelangelo Buonarrotti, Dostoyevsky’s and Shostakovich’s drawings. This approach allows extend the capabilities of the modern performers’ interpretation of the music of the 20th century. 
PHILHARMONICA. International Music Journal, 2016-3
Fedotova V.N. - Impressions by Pancho Vladigerov for the Piano pp. 14-20

DOI:
10.7256/2453-613X.2016.3.21030

Abstract: The genre palette of the heritage of Bulgarian composer Pancho Vladigerov is extraordinarily broad, and includes instrumental works, vocal miniatures, chamber opuses, large-scale symphonic oeuvres, as well as compositions for the musical theatre. Many directions which he pursued in his creative work were new to the Bulgarian culture. His music emerged in the 19201930s in Europe, and the composer himself was one of the popular authors of the Universal Edition (Vienna), which published almost all of his oeuvres written within this period. A special place in the composers heritage belongs to piano music separate pieces, and over thirty cycles created during the period from 1914 to 1978, among which is Impressions (1920, opus 9). In the course of the analysis of the cycle, the author was guided by the specificity of stylistic analysis, as well as other analytical methods of musicology. In the music of Impressions, we can note not only the symbolic, but also romantic and neoclassical features, which are associated with the peculiarities of accelerated development of the Bulgarian culture. Perhaps this has left an imprint upon the composers artistic individuality, in whose heritage we can find diversity of characters, emotions, as well as bright picturesqueness of the sound characters.
PHILHARMONICA. International Music Journal, 2016-3
Fedotova V.N. - The concert of the Vladigerovs Trio at the Moscow Conservatory pp. 42-45

DOI:
10.7256/2453-613X.2016.3.21853

Abstract: On September 17, the Rachmaninov Concert Hall of the Moscow Conservatory held the concert of the famous Bulgarian musicians Ekaterina, Konstantin, and Alexander Vladigerovs dedicated to the 150th Anniversary of the prominent Russian university. The musicians actively tour in Europe and the New Word, and successfully participate in various international jazz festivals. Their works are also available on CD. The concert contained the compositions of various generations of the Vladigerov family in arrangements and Dmitri Shostakovich’s miniatures. The material presentation in the article is determined by comparative analysis, traditional for reviews, and the historical angle of presentation of the events. The review underlines the high-level mastery of the musicians, perfect command of musical instruments, remarkable artistic impression, refined and versatile timbre and sound scales of performance. The musicians' sparkling temperament, typical for the national Bulgarian character, was enthusiastically welcomed by Moscow audience.
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