On The Question Of The Relationship Of Ideas And The Particle Of Microworld On The Example Of a Musical Composition


implicative and explicative orders
microtone intonation

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Khandamian, V. (2019) “On The Question Of The Relationship Of Ideas And The Particle Of Microworld On The Example Of a Musical Composition”, Eurasian music science journal. Tashkent, Uzbekistan, (1), pp. 159–170. doi: 10.52847/eamsj/vol_2019_issue_1/A8.


The research deals with the notion of “idea”, its transformation in time and a structural connection with musical thinking. “Ideas” embody the prototypes of objects and concepts of reality, driving civilization and governing the institutions of social life support, culture and spirituality; ideas carry a semantic weight, thus filling and motivating the purpose of the personality's existence with a special meaning.  Parallels are being drawn between the shape of the microworld and the structure of the musical piece, the structural links between the overtone series and the chronological order of the appearance of musical epochs.

We use data from “Waves 11” score by Peter Adriaanz to decompose the correlation between music form and time emerged from sound particles. Our findings indicate that the musical structure, tells about the time and age when and in what ideological conditions this essence was formed.



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