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Tradition und Moderne – Konferenzprogramm

Tradition und Moderne

Avet Terterian – 75 Jahre

Festival und Symposium in Erivan, 19. bis 31. Oktober 2004

Das Programm

Organisatoren des Symposiums: Armenian Union of Composers in Erivan.
Die Teilnehmer kommen aus  Armenien, Russland, Serbien und Deutschland
Das Komitee:
Robert Amirkhanyan, Araks Saryan, Margarith Rukhian, Karine Jaghatspanyan, Anna Arevshatyan, Zhanna Zurabyan, Karine Khudabashyan, Irina Tigranova.

Das Programm:
Robert Amirkhanyan und Araks Saryan eröffnen die Konferenz.

Die Vorträge:
Margarith Rukhyan, Erivan/Armenia
Ph.D. of Art
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Heinz-Erich Gödecke, Hamburg/Germany
Composer, Musician
Avet Terteryan and the West European Avant-Garde
Karine Khudabashyan, Erivan/Armenia
Ph.D. of Art
Avet Terteryan and Poetic Language
Sergey Sigitov, St. Petersburg/Russia
Ph.D. of Art
The Most Innovative Findings of Avet Terteryan and Modern Philosophy
Margaritha Katunyan, Moskau/Russia
Ph.D. of Art, Docent
Singing, Game and Prayer.
The Gregorian Plainsong (Cantus) in the Works of Vladimir Martynov
Olga Pautova, Ekaterinburg/Russia
Art Director of the Creative Group „Art Fabrik“
Two Styles of Interpretation of Choreographic Incorporation of Avet Terteryan’s 5th Symphony
Ruben Sargsyan, Erivan/Armenia
Composer, Professor
The Christian and Pagan Principles in Avet Terteryan’s Works
Karine Jaghatspanyan, Erivan/Armenia
Doctor of Art, Professor
The „Dedicatio“ of Suren Zakharyan, dedicated to Avet Terteryan
Olga Viktorova, Ekaterinburg/Russia
Composer, Lecturer of Humanitarian University
The Guidelines of Avet Terteryan
Mher Navoyan, Erivan/Armenia
Ph.D. of Art, Docent
On a Musical-Theoretical Item in Avet Terteryan’s Works.
Elena Dolinskaya, Moskau/Russia
Doctor of Art, Professor
Glinka and 20th Century: Selected Parallels
Arax Saryan, Erivan/Armenia Ph.D. of Art, Professor Avet Terteryan and The Composer’s House
Irina Kostenich, St. Petersburg/Russia
Director of Pavel Florensky Center
Pavel Florensky, Space and Time and Avet Terteryan’s Works
Rajko Maksimovic, Belgrade/Serbia
Professor for Composition and Orchestration
Serbian music as the result of a clash of Oriental (Byzantine) heritage and Western Music.
Michael Kokzhaev, Erivan/Armenia
Composer, Professor
The Parallel Worlds of Avet Terteryan
Nelly Avetisyan, Erivan/Armenian
Professor
The Ballet „Richard the Third“ by Avet Terteryan
Lidia Ptushko, Nijni Novgorod/Russia
Ph.D. of Art, Docent
Three Types of Musical Development Process:
On Dramatic Composition of Avet Terteryan’s Symphonies
Henrik Grigoryan, Erivan/Armenia
Ph.D. of Philosophy, Professor
The Creative Time and Sound Meaning Construction in Avet Terteryan’s Symphonies
Ekkehard Klemm, Meißen/Germany
Director of K.M. von Weber Music High School,
Conductor at Dresden State Theatre and
Munich Gärtnerplatz-Theatre
New View and Analysis.
Links Between Avet Terteryan’s Symphonies and his Opera „Earthquake“
Gohar Shagoyan, Erivan/Armenia
Chief Editor of the Magazine „Yerazhshtakan Hayastan“
Several Items of the Opera „Earthquake“
Ruben Smbatyan, Erivan/Armenia
Ph.D. of Art, Docent
„Perpetuum Mobile“ in the Violine Works of Armenian Composers
Tatevik Shakhkulyan, Erivan/Armenia The Rhythmic Fugue of Avet Terteryan’s 5th Symphony
Hasmik Apinyan, Shirak/Armenia
Research Assisteant of Shirak Armenological Research Centre of NAS, RA
Armenian Folk Music als Revelation of the National Factor in A. Terteryan’s Works
Hasmik Stepanyan, Shirak/Armenia
Research Assisteant of Shirak Armenological Research Centre of NAS, RA
Works by A. Terteryan as a Central Topic for Armenian Musicological Research
Armenuhi Martirosyan, Erivan/Armenia The Influence of Music on Different Periods of a Child’s Development