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On the concept of a series in theory and practice of a serial composition (problems of correlation and historic development of terminology)

Okuneva Ekaterina Gur'evna

PhD in Art History

Associate Professor, Vice-Rector for Scientific and Creative Work of the Petrozavodsk State Glazunov Conservatoire

185031, Russia, respublika Kareliya, g. Petrozavodsk, ul. Leningradskaya, 16

okunevaeg@yandex.ru

DOI:

10.7256/2453-613X.2019.4.30430

Review date:

01-08-2019


Publish date:

14-09-2019


Abstract.

The specific German term “Zwölftonreihe” appeared in the first third of the 20th century because of dodecaphony. It significantly developed and experienced meaning extension during the following years. To represent this notion in evolution dynamics, it was necessary to consider it from different perspectives. 
The article describes the existence and the adaptation of the term “series” in different linguistic traditions; raises the issues of differentiating the meanings “row”, “series” and “set” in the English-language environment, and the terms “series” and “row” in the Russian musicology. The author gives special attention to the problems of defining; points at the difficulties of the first definitions caused by the rootedness of the composer’s thinking in traditions of the classic-romantic system; describes the factors under which the definitions were transformed and corrected. Yet another important aspect of consideration is the difference in understanding a series by the two avant-gardes. The “ultra-thematic” concept of the twelve-tone series (Boulez) with its fundamentally horizontal character was substituted by the “generating” series (without preferrable number of elements), which generated all the derived objects, served as a basis for other parameters and created a structural hierarchy and embraced the composition as a whole.
 

Keywords: total serialism, serial music, twelve-tone technique, set, row, series, music of 20th century, pitch class, interval class, generating series
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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