Work on a Small Polyphonic Cycle in the Class of Special Piano

Madina Fayziyeva

Associate Professor, Honored Artist of the Republic of Uzbekistan Head of the Department of Special Piano, Uzbekistan State Conservatory

Keywords: prelude, fugue, polyphonic ear, imagination, personality, fantasy, artistic image, funeral procession, elegy, melody, national coloring, nuance, performer, intellect


The article is devoted to the issues of the pianist's work on one of the brightest and most original samples of the polyphonic small cycle. Prelude and Fugue No. 8 in c-moll “In Memory of Navoi” from the Piano Polyphonic Cycle 24 Preludes and Fugues by the brilliant Uzbek composer and pianist George Muschel.

The study and subsequent performance of this creation contributes to the development of the pianist's creative thinking, professional improvement, artistic and intellectual growth of the individuality. It is open to the performer the world of Uzbek piano polyphony, which characterized by bright and original national imagery.


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