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Renata Stachura-Lupa

The paper is dedicated to the role of princess Marcelina Czartoryska, a friend and student of Chopin, as an initiator of the research into his life and work, and to Stanisław Tarnowski’s essay about the composer. On 19 March 1871, in the hall of the Saski Hotel, a public lecture on Chopin was presented by Tarnowski, accompanied by Czartoryska’s magnificent performance. The income from this event was donated to Towarzystwo Wzajemnej Pomocy (mutual help association) for the support of the poor students of the Jagiellonian University. Czartoryska accompanied Tarnowski, illustrating his speech by playing the piano. Tarnowski published his work twice: in 1871 and 1892. He set the life and work of Chopin in the context of the period. Based on the sources, he reconstructed the spiritual biography of the artist, his creative personality both in terms of the psychological and the social aspects. He saw in Chopin “the fourth greatest poet of the divided Poland,” the fourth Bard.

2021 ◽  
pp. 28-47
Nataliia Nikoriak ◽  
Aliona Matiychak

The genre heredity concept is articulated on the analysis example of I. Drach’s screen version of the biographical film story “I’m coming to you” (1970), dedicated to the 100th anniversary of Lesya Ukrainka. The film is marked by innovative approach of I. Drach as a scriptwriter to the image of the poetess. Contrary to the tradition of documentary film to interpret her biography in a certain matrix key (as a fighter and revolutionary), Drach tried to identify Lesya Ukrainka primarily as a private individual, as the woman who knew how to sacrifice herself for the sake of love. Without aiming to show in detail the entire biography of the poetess, the author of the film story chose only a small fragment of her life – four years 1897–1901. In terms of biopic genre heredity, the article observes how this biographical film presents possible ways of processing and contamination of available documentary material (letters, memoirs, reminiscences of contemporaries) and integral creation by Lesya Ukrainka (her poetry, translations, renditions). Hence, the biopic on the basis of multi-genre text material appears as a kind of intertextual plexus. At the same time, the film pays much attention to the feelings, thoughts, creative impulses and state of mind of the heroine. By analogy with the poetics of literary writing, the form of the poetess’ inner monologue was chosen in accordance with the portrait film genre. It is clear that through the prism of Lesya’s life and creative experience the personal attitude of the poet I. Drach emerges towards understanding and reproducing the figure of creative personality in art: the author’ vision logically leads to those biographical episodes that in the existential sense appear the most significant.

Serhii Maksymenko

In modern social development conditions, the competitive is the creative personality of a child, who carries out creative activity and self-develops. The possible ways of a child’s development in the light of genetic psychology, mainly genetic and creative approach, are revealed. The main mechanisms of creativity are presented. One important direction in digitalisation is researching the psychology of a personality as a real (not just imaginary) subject of study, as unique, unrepeatable and integral system, unity. Modern science lacks the main — the adequate method for the mentioned subject. The method acts as a central link of all the problems of the psychology of a personality; since it is not only a tool for obtaining the evidence-based facts but also a tool for embodying the scientific knowledge, and the way of its existence and storage. The human’s genetic phycology aims to study the conditions, in which the process of transforming the content and forms of personal mental phenomena, states of consciousness, and ways of action will be able to achieve the level of excellence of activities’ mental mechanisms, at the mentioned level the ability to make discoveries and inventions, create artistic images arises.

Hyo-Jung Choi ◽  
Kyunhgwa Lee

The purpose of this study is to identify the mediating effect of creative personality in the relationship between childcare teachers’ efficacy and creative teaching behavior. The participants of the study were 300 childcare teachers and selected the data between October 14 to 22, 2020. The study results were as follows. First, it evidenced positive correlations among efficacy, creative teaching behavior, and creative personality. Therefore, when childcare teachers show higher efficacy and creative personality levels, creative teaching behavior levels are likely to be higher. Second, childcare teachers’ efficacy directly affected creative teaching behaviors and creative personality, which also directly affected creative teaching behavior. Third, creative personality partially mediated between efficacy and creative teaching behaviors. As the childcare field continues to emphasize creative teaching behaviors, it must create an environment where childcare teachers can improve their efficacy and develop their creative personalities. Furthermore, educational programs should encourage teachers to enhance their efficacy and express their creative personalities.

2021 ◽  
Vol 5 (S1) ◽  
pp. 1640-1648
Kholmuradova Leyla Eshkuvvatovna ◽  
Maya Sultanova Tuychievna ◽  
Sharofova Diyora Furkatovna ◽  
Mamarizaeva Farangiz Zohidjon Qizi

At present, in connection with globalization, the language is especially interested in cross-cultural understanding. Today, the interest in the study of original and translations of the text "Silence" in the world literary process is attracting the attention of orientalists and translators around the world. The scientific study of the content and phrase logical aspects of the novel "Silence" by world scholars, such as the creative personality, the writer's creative method, artistic skills, allows to identify and evaluate the features of the development of literature. According to structure of phrases, a phrase is a lexical unit that is equivalent to a sentence, semantically whole, has a generalized meaning, is not created in the speech process, but is ready to be introduced into the speech. According to the linguist Mamatov, phrases are a separate unit of language, which, according to their structure, is a free connection or equivalent to a sentence, fully or partially semantically reconstructed figurative, stable phrases. Phrases are specific figurative expressions of people's conclusions based on observation of life events, assessment of acceptable and unacceptable actions in society, generalization of life experiences. Writers are often not content to select and use phrases appropriate to the purpose of the image.

Elena A. Osokina

The article is devoted to the authors phraseology of Dostoevsky, which characterizes him as an artist, a native speaker of the Russian language of his time and can distinguish him from other authors. Identification and characterization of the authors phraseological units and authors techniques of their creation on the example of the description of phraseological units to talk about the language creative personality and the features of the idiostyle. The systemic feature of the writers idiostyle when describing phraseology is an extraordinary variety in form, semantic shades and references to precedent texts, as well as a special property of the writers language - universality and originality, which allows you to go beyond the time frame of the writers work. The phraseological units introduced by Dostoevsky in the middle and second half of the XIX century entered the Russian language, they are recognizable and somehow present in the language of the XX and XXI centuries. To become stable expressions, it takes time for a more complete mastering of Dostoevskys texts, reproduction and consolidation of phraseological units in the language. Paradoxically, the unique, multidimensional and inimitable idiostyle of the writer can become an obstacle to entering the language. Moving on from century to century accumulate idioms of the language, and therefore peoples memory. The description of Dostoevskys phraseological units makes it possible to compare both different works of one writer and works of different authors in the synchrony and diachrony of the Russian language.

Alyona Vardanyan

The purpose of the article is to characterize Zlata Tkach’s Piano Concerto as the culminating composition in the genre of the composer’s symphonic music. The research methodology is based on the method of complex musicological analysis, due to which, the role of this work in the system of memorial genres of the author is determined, typical style features of her work late period are revealed, the thematic structure of the Concerto is characterized from the position of the manifestation of the principle of dialogicity and monothematism. The scientific novelty of the research is that for the first time, intonation processes in a Piano Concerto by Z. Tkach are systematically analyzed and the correlation of its traditional and innovative features is characterized. Being by genre attribution an opus with a pronounced desire to use modern means of expression, the concert is distinguished by the manifestation of the principle of microthematism and textural thematism. In the dramaturgical solution, the author conducts a constructive search in dynamic, timbre and rhythmic comparisons. At the same time, the intonational unity between the sections of the form, being the development of the romantic principle of poetry, is expressed in the form of monothematism. Conclusions. The creative method of Z. Tkach manifests itself in the synthesis of tradition and experiment. This is confirmed by the intonation-thematic structure of the Piano Concerto, in which the convergence of contrasting material contributes to the formation of an integral musical and dramatic concept. The motifs that form the basis of the monothematism complex establish intonation arches between the sections of a one-part composition, fastening them and subordinating them to a common plan. Important importance belongs to the opposition of the roles of the participants in the performance. Their dialogical activity is manifested in a peculiar way by the composer, primarily in the dialogue between the soloist and the orchestra: the interweaving of two contrasting figurative spheres is realized primarily in terms of content. The principle of monothematism is manifested especially vividly in the characterization of tragic reflections, painful reflections on the eternal conflict of the creative personality with the surrounding world, leading to a deep understanding of what exists. The other embodies the dynamism of life, dominating in the culmination of ‘action’, the accumulation of energy. Both the piano and the orchestra are equally involved in the development of both figurative principles. The resulting translational, purposeful movement towards the finale determines, along with the principle of monothematism, the integrity of the entire composition.

2021 ◽  
pp. 85-94
Igor Savchuk ◽  
Tеtiana GOMON

This paper examines the evolution of the signature traits of Borys Liatoshynsky’s instrumental chamber music during the 1910s and 1920s in the context of the overall evolution of the composer’s expressive means. Also presented is the complex analysis of Liatoshynsky’s creative personality in his early (the 1910s) and modernist (1920s) periods in order to outline the impact of the cultural and historical environment the artist lived in during the late 1910s, as well as the influence of the troubled sociocultural situation of the time on his imagery. It was found that in the 1910s Liatoshynsky turned to modifying expressive means of late Romanticism; however, during the 1920s the palette of his instrumental chamber music shifted to symphonic experiments. For Liatoshynsky, instrumental chamber music becomes a testing ground for his creed as a symphonic composer with the respective imagery and existential drama behind his design

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