The Unusual Sounding and the Dramaturgy in the Piano Works by D. Nenov
The objective of this study is the elaboration of the dramaturgical principles in the piano works by Dimitar Nenov. The research conclusions highlighted the following: The intimate connection with the Bulgarian folk music is not enough to explain the unusual sounding of the Nenov`s plays. The spatial interpretation of the notions `static` and `dynamic` familiar to Nenov from his practice as an architect has a profound influence on his piano opuses. In his works, the form of which requires static character in the construction of the chosen musical form, in the thematicism (somewhat - in the texture) a more diverse and more complete approaches are conducted associated with the dynamic principles. In examples with dynamic form the captivating techniques, expressions of the static principle, find manifestation (but incomplete fulfillment) in the textural setup, the type of thematicism, the construction of the themes. More fully developed are the manifestations of the dynamic principle. Main principles determining the form are variability and disproportion. Therefore, in the piano works of Dimitar Nenov is preferred dynamism, complex multilayered texture, connections made at different levels within a piece, sharp sounding dynamic thematicism.
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