METHODOLOGICAL FEATURES OF INTRODUCTION FUTURE TEACHERS OF MUSIC ART WITH HEPTALOGY “LIGHT. SEVEN DAYS OF THE WEEK ” by K. STOCKHAUSEN
Keywords:K. Stockhausen, heptalogy, superformula, series, electronic music, spatial music
The article presents theoretical and historical information on heptalogy “Light. Seven Days of the Week” by K. Stockhausen and methodological aspects of acquainting future music teachers with it. The concept of heptalogy, features of the embodiment of the spiral principle of development in the construction of the cycle, emphasis on the presence of wave drama and culminations of the plot, complex musical characteristics of the main characters based on the superformula, describes the basic elements of each opera, highlights existing versions of heptalogy. It is emphasized that the work is a huge spatial composition, where the most important part of the score is the resonance and flow of sound between groups of musicians located in different parts of the hall. It is proved that, thanks to the innovations proposed and embodied by K. Stockhausen, heptalogy is the highest point of development of postmodern musical and theatrical art.
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