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St. Tikhon’s University Review. Series V: Problems of History and Theory of Christian Art
St. Tikhon’s University Review V :1 (21)

RESEARCH STUDIES

Demidova Mariia
DOI of the paper: 10.15382/sturV201621.9-28
Renaissance work of art as one medieval has a complicated structure. The magnitude of masterpiece depended not only of formal correspondence with antic art or of its plastic worth, but also of its semantics. This article is the attempt to demonstrate this by the example of one historic event, momentous for French Renaissance culture — the Entry of Henry II in Paris in 1549. This traditional royal ceremony going on the diffi cult politic setting was very splendid and had one intricate program. The most prominent humanists and artists were engaged to arrange these celebrations. The translator Jean Martin was responsible for decorations along on the course of royal cortege. He invented arcs and others constructions to prove the dignity of French regal power. An impressive arsenal of news symbolic meanings was involving in this project — ones descending from Vergil’s poetry, others from treatise of Vitruvius, from Sebastiano Serlio’s books or from “Hypnerotomachia Poliphili” by Francesco Colonna and “Emblematum liber” by Andrea Alciato. The main monument of festivities the Fontaine of Innocents, only one carved in stone, emphasized the God’s blessing to French King.
the Renaissance art, the Entry of Henry II in Paris, regal power, Fontaine des Innocents, arc de Mars in Reims, creative principles, semantics, architectural symbolism, temporary decoration, arcs, obelisk, nymphaeum, coronation, anointing.

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Demidova Mariia

Grigor'eva Veronika
DOI of the paper: 10.15382/sturV201621.29-38
In the work the treatment of kinovarnaja note « хcе » — «Christ» is given. The note meets in a number of marked singing manuscripts of the middle of the XVIIth century and settles down in the same row with kinovarnye marks. On the basis of the analysis of the sources containing the given note, and also other ordinary singing manuscripts it was possible to define it music-scale character and to establish that on the value it is identical to the stepenaja mark « ». The reference to the musical-theoretical context of the epoch, Old Russian musical managements has allowed to reveal a source of the note: it is the third line of the index made by Ivan Shajdur for demonstration of the stepennye marks. It is the fragment of the litiynaja stihera of the Ascention of the Lord.
Old Russian church singing, the Old Russian theory of music, kinovarnye marks, notes.

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4. Grigor'eva V. Ju. 2015 “Osmyslenie zvukorjada v drevnerusskoj muzykal'noj teorii” (Comprehension of Scale in Old Russian Musical Theory), in Muzykal'naja arheografija, Moscow, 2015, vol. 2.
5. Shabalin D. S. 2003 “Pevcheskie azbuki Drevnej Rusi: Teksty” (Song Alphabets of Old Russia: Texts), in Materialy i issledovanija po drevnerusskoj muzyke, Krasnodar, 2003, vol. 1.

Grigor'eva Veronika

Labazova Anna
DOI of the paper: 10.15382/sturV201621.39-48
The present article is devoted to research of church services to the Candlemas of the icon of the Mother of God «Vladimirskaya» represented in the manuscripts of the Russian State Library, collection of Razumovsky No. 65, 66. Three dates of celebration — May 21, June 23 and August 26 — are appointed for the celebration of various events regarding to the icon of the Mother of God «Vladimirskaya», however, duplicates of church services at the collection of Razumovsky are connected with one festival — Candlemas of the icon. Church services to the Candlemas of the icon of the Mother of God «Vladimirskaya» from these manuscripts are most complete and vivid among the known for today according to the musical and poetical point of view. Duplicates of church services on May 21 and June 23 represent various editions of the same poetic text and form up to three various editions of a single musical-poetic composition inside the order of church service. Therefore the dublicates of the church services on May 21 and June 23 in this work are considered separately from the order of service on August 26. In each of the duplicates we consider the structure, analyze the poetic of the text, distinguish types of chants and the presence of different editions. Among the services themselves revealed the existence of common texts, determined the degree of independence of each church service, analyzed poetic and musical content of the sticherons, the issue of the multichantness in church services is touched upon.
icon of the Mother of God «Vladimirskaya», manuscripts of the collection of Razumovsky, Stichirarium, church services, structure, musical-poetic version of the text manuscript, type of chant.

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4. Shhennikova L. A. 2005 “Vladimirskaja ikona Bozh'ej Materi” (Vladimirskaja Icon of God Mother), in Pravoslavnaja jenciklopedija, Moscow, 2005, vol. 9, pp. 8–38.

Labazova Anna

Vinogradova Elena
DOI of the paper: 10.15382/sturV201621.49-58
This article contains an analysis of stylistic and iconographic peculiarities of a restored in 2015 “Crucifixion” icon. The icon was created in 1708 by a famous Vologda painter Ivan Grigorievich Markov. He worked formally close to miniature painting and often used narrative scenes. However this icon reveals a new faset of artist's work. The “Crucifixion” stands out from other Markov’s icons because of its monumental size and uncommon composition elements, which appear in the Vologda icon painting school in the late 17th — early 18th Centuries.
Vologda icon painter, a family of icon painters, stylistic and iconographic peculiarities, author's signature.

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Vinogradova Elena

Zherdev Vitalii
DOI of the paper: 10.15382/sturV201621.59-70
The article discusses the history of one of the first fundamental monuments of Russian Orthodox presence on the German soil — funeral church of Grand Princess Catherine Pavlovna Romanova, Queen of Wurttemberg. Design competition of the church is traced, representing the concept from neo-Gothic to classic style. Gallery of artists who participated in the project’s competition and directly involved in the creation of an artistic ensemble of the temple is expanded. Architects: D. Salucci, D. Thuermer, J. Knapp, H. Huebsch, L. von Klenze. Sculptors: B. Thorvaldsen, J. Dannecker, J. Leeb, J. Zwerger, T. Wagner. Special attention is paid to the iconostasis, made in Russia. Stylistic features of his images and decor are considered. Weighted synthesis of architectural forms, sculpture, decorative arts and painting presented, as a result, a significant monument of Romanticism.
Orthodox church of St. Catherine in Stuttgart, Grand Princess Catherine Pavlovna, mausoleum, D. Salucci, sculpture, B. Thorvaldsen, J. Dannecker, iconostasis, Classicism, Romanticism.

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Zherdev Vitalii

Nyebolszin Antal
DOI of the paper: 10.15382/sturV201621.71-84
In ordinary usage the word “apocalypse” often means catastrophes and fi nal perdition. Frequently readers understand this way also the last book of the Holy Scripture. Such a view of it is an embarrassing mistake. The greek word “apokalypsis” means “revelation” and does not hold any negative sense. A revelation can concern the most favorable things. This is completely true relating to the Book of Revelation. This book tells about the people of God in communion with its Saviour whatever happens around. The positive values, one of which is the beauty, are here necessarily in the foreground. The beauty is present both in the imagery of the book and in its well proportioned literary structure. First, in the Apocalypse the beauty marks the realm of holiness — here belong the images of God, Christ and heavenly beings. But faithful human beings as well can partake of this beauty by virtue of their unity with Christ realized in martyrdom or in liturgical worship of Him. The beauty, however, characterizes also the ungodly powers (the great whore Babylon), but only in the sense of usurpation of the creative ability, which is given by God to the intelligent creatures, and using it in their own sinful interests. To break with the world of this ungodly beauty is an absolute demand of the Apocalypse of John.
Apocalypse, Book of Revelation, beauty, literary structure of the Apocalypse, dualism, imagery of the Apocalypse, light, martyrdom, worship of God and the Lamb, abuse of beauty, luxury.

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Nyebolszin Antal

Rybakova Nadezhda
DOI of the paper: 10.15382/sturV201621.85-94
The article has carried out the research on harmonization of old singsongs which were presented in the competition of the Society of church singing lovers in Moscow. The results of the competition were published in the journal “The experience of transposition of old church hymns for chorus” in 1887. The special transpositions by Weichental and Komarov, which were awarded a prize in the competition, and also the works by Kashperov were studied as a part of the Society’s work, whose primary aim was to rejuvenate the old traditional Russian singing and establish the right view on Church singing and spiritual music development. In order to meet the competition’s requirements and fi nd the most appropriate way of harmonization for Old church singsongs, the composers used special approaches of chorus elaboration for their transpositions which were diff erent from common choral style of harmonization of Church singsongs which was based on classical tonality. The common feature of all the competition’s transpositions was the desire of the composers to make the intonation-rhythmical and harmonized nature of choral score similar to the old singing. As a result, the individual voices sounded freer, softer and more agile and their combination ended in formation of uncommon accords which appeared within the harmony basis on Diatonic scale, namely, on church scale. Despite the opinions of the Society’s members that these compositions were not regarded as an excellent example of harmonized old church singsongs, they became an important milestone on the way to creating the Russian style of spiritual music.
Society of church singing lovers, harmonization, traditional style, competition, znamenny chant.

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Rybakova Nadezhda

Beliaev Leonid
DOI of the paper: 10.15382/sturV201621.95-108
The article draws the attention to the rich and bright but not well studied collection of the elements of Church buildings of Moscow (mainly of the late Medieval period). It was collected at the 1920th — 1930th by the prominent Russian specialist in the fi eld of restoration P. D. Baranovskij. The architect struggled to save the remnants of the numerous Church buildings under the process of their demolition by the Soviet regime. As a result, Baranovskij succeeded to create the unique museum of “spolia”. A few buildings were preserved almost intact, such as the Lions Gate. The rest of buildings were represented by the decorative elements (the Red Gate, the Tower of Sucharev etc.) and/or by the gravestones (by the way, the cemetery of Kolomenskoye itself). Some examples of stones were analyzed by mineralogists and art historians, but mainly they are still neglected. The short description of the main items of the collection as well as the survey of the publications are given.
Museums of architecture, limestone, minerals, geology, architectural carving, tombstones, the Lions Gate, the Red Gate, the Tower of Sukhov.

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Beliaev Leonid

Kovalev Andrei
The article highlights issues specific genre characteristics copyright spiritual music in the works of Russian composers of the second half of the 19th — early 20th centuries. an example of choral cycles Vigil Tchaikovsky, Rakhmaninov, A. T. Grechaninova. Purpose — to show the nature of the refractive index in the individual composition creativity canonical bases singing succession Vigil service in the use of traditional chant, and general construction of choral cycle. The methodology of work is determined by the specifics of the genre sphere of Russian sacred music and is based on the provisions and terminology of the liturgy (the science of worship), as well as scientific categories of domestic musicology. The basis of the scope of choral intonation cycles Vigil Tchaikovsky and Rachmaninov up banners, Kiev and Greek chant that brings together these works with singing tradition. However, the nature of harmonization chant, especially in the choral cycle Rachmaninov displays that work in the sphere of vnebogosluzhebnuyu genre. Choir cycle A. T. Grechaninova does not contain exact quotations of the chant, but in the musical fabric of his works certainly felt reliance on liturgical melos. Characteristic feature of the organization of choral cycle of Tchaikovsky is the inclusion of immutable chants along with a variety of life forms of everyday singing osmoglasiya that reflects the desire of the composer to hear his music in the walls of the temple. Vigil Rachmaninov includes nearly all immutable chants Sunday service. Canticles of Vespers performed peace and tranquility, which brings this part of the cycle to the nature of Orthodox worship. Chants Matins different scale, the composer is widely used means of expression of secular music. Choir cycle Vigil A. T. Grechaninova built on the gradual development of solemn praise topics that most clearly expressed in terms of tone. Thus, in each of these works differently manifested ratio of elements associated with the canonical-liturgical singing foundation and individual creative thinking composers, proximity to the tradition, or vice versa, away from it.
liturgical-singing, liturgy, genre, spiritual music, choral cycle, harmonization chant, is famous for painting, Greek painting, Kievan chant, small chant.

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Kovalev Andrei

Vaneian Stepan, archpriest
Famous W W's «Abstraktion und Einfühlung» (1908), whose 1st chapter is presented here in Russian translation, has received its status of a cult text of artistic avant-guard of the 20th century thanks to its daring reconsideration of traditional aesthetic concepts of the 19th century. Instead of «Einfühlung» or «empathy», «abstraction» has become the key concept. Instead of the focus on picturing, geometrism and «crystallization» have been stressed; instead of the feeling of life — the overcoming of «the human» in creative work. The former is a sign of natural, pre-human existence, whereas the latter is an overcoming of the dependence on natural existence. The former corresponds to an early stage of the human evolution, the latter, by contrast, is a testimony of maturity and modernity. The analysis of this conceptual pair allows to conclude that the abandoning of legitimate, psychologically justified 'empathy' for the sake of 'abstraction' is an attempt to form the basis of independence — not only for artistic, but also scholarly activity. This means art history gains its autonomy at the same time as it receives an autonomous subject to investigate — the independent work of art, free of natural attitudes. Thus Worringer's text becomes a manifest of artistic-historical concreteness, as well as artistic-actual abstraction.
Wilhelm Worringer, the psychology of artistic creativity, abstraction, perception-empathy, the origin of art, artistic avant-garde and classic art, naturalism, style, ornament and architecture.

Vaneian Stepan, archpriest

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