Performing musicology: retrospective, methodological principles, looking to the future
The history of performing musicology is a vast panorama of traditions in the context of national schools and styles of certain eras. It provides a key to deciphering individual and widely used techniques. Her legacy helps not only to comprehend the process of the formation of the art of outstanding representatives of world musical performance, but also opens up unlimited prospects for the further development of performing skills and enriching it with new content. In this article, the author collects and studies materials on the topic of research. The purpose of this publication is an analysis of sources (the quality effects model), revealing the history of performing musicology and its key methods which give grounds for constructing hypotheses regarding the prospects of this direction in the context of world (including Ukraine`s art) culture. The author gives different types of performing musicology analysis including integrative, systematic and comparative methods. It's a base for the aim of this work which consists of the creation of hypotheses connected with the performing musicology`s future.
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