伝統の応用法 : ハジベヨフのオペレッタ『布売り』に見るアゼルバイジャンのリズム

元データ お茶の水女子大学

概要

The aim of this paper is to observe how non-western composers try to integrate their own traditional music elements into European musical form. Analyzed example is The Cloth Peddler, an operetta composed by Uzeyir Hajibeyov (1885-1948), who is one of representative composers of Azerbaijan. Firstly I define the traditional rhythms of Azerbaijan. Secondly, I observe how these rhythms appear tendency in Russian composer's works during nineteenth century, by considering these rhythms as a tool for representing Islamic orient. And then I analyze how these rhythms are applied in The Cloth Peddler. These analyses clarify the followings: 1) characteristics of Azerbaijan rhythms, 2) usage of hemiola in these rhythms, and 3) Hajibeyov's method of applying these rhythms in his work The Cloth Peddler. In conclusion, the composers from Caucasus, 1) succeeded the method of the representation about Central Asia and Caucasus, which was used by Russian Nationalist School, and 2) reflected their own traditional music elements more concretely, such as melody, rhythm, and so on. That is, plural traditions are converged on their musical works.

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松本 奈穂子 比較社会文化学専攻

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