D.D. Shostakovich in Samara — university project

Elena Ya. Burlina
2020 Aspirantskij vestnik Povolžʹâ  
Once of the largest event in the world culture of the twentieth century is premiere of the Seventh Symphony by D.D. Shostakovich in Kuibyshev. It took place on March 5, 1942 and is described in detail. The author of the article puts forward a hypothesis about the fixed image of Shostakovich in the citys homosphere, namely as the author of themilitary Symphony. Other works created by him in the reserve capital did not receive a philosophical and cultural understanding. The article also presents
more » ... icle also presents a projective idea: Shostakovichs music as a communication and University promoter. The article describes for the first time the internationalization of the almanac and the exhibition Samaras Hommage. The Samara project with this name was presented to Bonn, at The Russian Consulate General, on the anniversary of the end of World War II. Professors from Europa universities were also invited to the presentation. For the first time, describes how to participate in the intercultural project of the writer CH.T. Aitmatov. The author conclusion that the Kuibyshev period of D.D. Shostakovich is significantly shortened and read far from completely, including in a scientific and communicative way.
doi:10.17816/2072-2354.2020.20.2.48-54 fatcat:lzfkhzk34jhldetm4gi5huhooi