BULLETIN OF THE TRANSILVANIA UNIVERSITY OF BRASOV  VOL. 9 (58) - 2016

Special Issue No. 2 - 2016: Proceedings of the 6th International Conference “The Science of Music – Excellence in Performance”, November 22-24, 2016, Brasov, Romania
SERIES VIII  -  PERFORMING ARTS, ISSN 2344-200X (Print)  ISSN-L 2344-200X (Online), ISSN 2344-2018 (CD-ROM)

 

PERFORMING ARTS

Bahnean, M.: William Byrd – Catholic Masses for three voices, four voices, and five voices in Protestant England ........................

7

Balan, M.-G.: Psychological perspective in the musical work “Mithya” by Doina Rotaru ........................................................................

17

Belibou, A.: Elements of the minimalist composition technique in Arvo Part’s works based on psalmic texts .................................

34

Boga, I.: Music and consumerism; the aesthetics of an urban capitalistic society .................................................................................

41

Boga, L.: Natalie Bauer-Lechner – temoignages sur Gustav Mahler .........................................................................................................

49

Bostan, C.: “Concerto No.1 for Cello and Orchestra, Op.107 in E flat Major” by Dmitri Sostakovici ....................................................

59

Calefariu, E.: Planning, primary element in cultural management ...........................................................................................................

73

Chiciudean, I.: La transition entre la parole et la musique dans la priere Notre Pere, composition d’Anton Pann, atravers la

       vision de Viorel Munteanu, l’ideologie dans la revelation divine ........................................................................................................

79

Constantin, F.A.: Modern Music Therapy – Between Art and Science ........................................................................................................

95

Coroiu, P.M.: Musical aspects of George Cosbuc’s Poetry (150 years from his birth) ...........................................................................

99

Dragulin, S.; Constantin, F.A.: Choosing the right music - an important step of Music Therapy ..........................................................

105

Dutica, L.: Getting back a mythic time. Opera-fresco “Stages of history” by Mihai Moldovan ...............................................................

111

Gogescu, C.: Quelques aspects de la couleur dans la musique et la peinture ......................................................................................

137

Iatesen, L.: Meanings of the „Postromanticism” concept in the context of the Universal and National creation of the first

      decades of the 20th century ........................................................................................................................................................................

147

Iosif, I.L.: Tipology of modal systems in Romanian folklore. Dyachronic and synchronic approaches (Researcher’s plan) .........

163

Itigan, M.; Dragulin, S.: Historic landmarks in Beethoven’s Sonata for Piano and Violin .......................................................................

169

Kiskamoni-Szalay, Z.: The Csiki collection of Imets Denes .........................................................................................................................

177

Kozlovsky, M.: Parting Songs of the Dobruja Aromanians and Tatars .......................................................................................................

183

Lianu, O.: Music – one of the best ambassadors of Cultural diplomacy .....................................................................................................

195

Mirea, R.: Methacomunication in Conductor’s Art ............................................................................................................................................

201

Nauncef, A.; Manafu, E.M.: Articulation in Mozart's piano-violin Sonatas ...................................................................................................

211

Oarcea, I.: Multicultural interferences choral international ............................................................................................................................

219

Oncescu, I.E.: L’ Univers musical webernien represente par les " Variations pour le piano op. 27” .....................................................

227

Pasc, C.: Music and dance therapy methods for improving the children-parents relationships ...........................................................

237

Paun, F.: The musical-accoustic experiment and the influence of behaviourism from an evolutionary perspective .......................

245

Pepelea, R.: Recycling the Folk Music .............................................................................................................................................................

255

Petcu-Catrina, M.: The Romanian lied. The first National Festival of the Romanian lied in Braºov ....................................................

265

Rucsanda, M.D.: Developing musical creativity and empathy through group practices ........................................................................

271

Savin, C.: Sebastian Barbu-Bucur – A Life in the service of the Romanian Psaltic Music .......................................................................

281

Streza, D. Al.: The Religious Carol – from “Calendae” to “Colinda” ...................................................................................................................

289

Szilagyi, A.: The development of the Romanian music Avant-garde in the Communist Era .................................................................

297

Suteu, L.-C.; Dragulin, S.: Music therapy and the PERMA model ...............................................................................................................

317

Tutu, C.: Structure, style et interpretation en "Paukenmesse” de Joseph Haydn ....................................................................................

323
Authors Index. ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 339