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Editors: Rusudan Tsurtsumia and Joseph Jordania
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This new and important book was compiled under the auspices of the Vano Sarajishvili Tbilisi State Conservatoire,International Research Center for Traditional Polyphony in Tbilisi, Georgia. This collection is aimed to those who are interested in Georgian traditional polyphonic singing. It contains seventeen works of seventeen authors, both foreign and Georgian scholars, written throughout the 20th and 21st centuries. Eleven of these works had been published before (but not in English), and six of the articles were written by contemporary scholars for this collection. Problems of the origins, distribution, ethno-cultural interaction with other cultures, identity, scales, harmony, issues of vocal and instrumental polyphony are discussed in these articles. Georgian traditional polyphony has long since become a symbol of the complexity that traditional musical culture can achieve in creating sophisticated forms of multi-part singing. In 2001 UNESCO proclaimed Georgian polyphonic singing a “Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity”. Earlier, in 1977 Georgian song Chakrulo was included among the very limited amount of information about the Earth and its diverse cultures that was launched into space. Georgia is becoming one of the international centers of the study of the traditional polyphony.



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Table of Contents:
From the Reviewers

From the Editors

Georgian Songs
(Siegfied F. Nadel)pp.1-18

The Views and Theories of Georgian
(Ivane Javakhishvili) pp.19-34

Svan Folk Song
(Dimitri Araqishvili) pp.35-56

Forms of Multipart Singing in Georgian Folk Songs
(Shalva Aslanishvili) pp.57-82

Essay on Georgian Folk Songs (Achara)
(Vladimer Akhobadze)pp.83-96

The Types of Georgian Polyphony
(Grigol Chkhikvadze) pp.97-110

On the Question of Modzakhili – High Bass
(Mindia Jordania) pp.111-124

On The Problem of Polyphony in Meskhetian Songs
(Valerian Magradze) pp.125-134

Some Characteristic Features of the Voice Coordination and Harmony in Georgian Multipart Music
(Evsevi Chokhonelidze)pp.135-146


On Authentic and Plagal Types of Monotonic (Non-Octave)Scales in Georgian Traditional Vocal polyphony.
(Vladimer Gogotishvili) pp.147-156

The Role of Responsorial Singing in Development of Georgian Polyphony.
(Edisher Garaqanidze)pp.157-176

Criteria for Determining the Types of Polyphony Georgian Folk Songs.
(Tamaz Gabisonia) pp.177-194

A Historical Examination of the Links Between Georgian Polyphony and Central Asian-Transcaucasian Monophony.
(Nino Tsitsishvili)pp.195-214

Polyphony and Folk Musical Instruments
(Manana Shilakadze)pp.215-228

Georgian Traditional Polyphony in Comparative Studies:History and Perspectives.
(Joseph Jordania)pp.229-248

The Georgian Model: Toward the Ethnogeomusical Approach to the World of Oral Polyphony.
(Izaly I. Zemtsovsky)pp.249-256

Georgian Multipart Singing and National Identity
(Rusudan Tsurtsumia)pp.257-270

Bibliography on Georgian polyphony pp.271-284

About of the Authors of the Collection pp.285-292

Index pp.293-298

   Series:
      Focus on Civilizations and Cultures - Music
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2010
   Pages: 7 x 10 pp.298
   ISBN: 978-1-60876-477-8
   Status: AV
  
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