Artistic images of women in the poetry of T. G. Shevchenko and their expression through choreographic art

Синєок, Віра Андріівна and Калієвський, Костянтин Васильович (2023) Artistic images of women in the poetry of T. G. Shevchenko and their expression through choreographic art Актуальні питання гуманітарних наук: міжвузівський збірник праць молодих вчених Дрогобицького державного педагогічного університету ім. І.Франка. (60). pp. 40-46. ISSN 2308-4855; 2308-4863

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Abstract

The article examines the relationship between art and language and reveals the powerful humanistic factor of art, which consists of human communication. Language becomes a powerful source of the artist's feelings and thoughts, immersing us in the uniqueness and inimitability of his vision. The article analyzes some of Kobzar's literary works that became ballet performances that entered the repertoire of Ukrainian Opera and Ballet Theaters. The formation of the Ukrainian national ballet with the involvement of elements of folk choreography in classical dance is considered. The article examines the close relationship between philosophy and poetry and analyzes the process of transforming poetic thought into a work of art. The heritage of the great Kobzar, who embodied a deeply national, nation-building idea in his poetry, was studied. It is noted that the artist's experience is a store of historiosophical retrospective wisdom. The concept of "linguistic motherland" is revealed, which is a crucial element of the connection between the original motherland and the national person. The artistic images of the great artist, which are the main factors in the reproduction of tragic life events of the past years, are analyzed. Considered dance images were created based on the works of T. G. Shevchenko, on the example of the choreographic number "What the willow is crying about", staged by P. P. Virskyi. The trilogy of the Ukrainian writer Antonina Tsvid, which opens the mysterious veil of the hitherto unknown poet, is studied. The theme of bright love, before which even geniuses are helpless, and at the same time the profound philosophical view of the author into the soul reproduces his hero – his "I". Aspects of biological evolution and cultural-historical development and their manifestation in the psyche of an individual are studied. The concept of an archetype, which represents inherited, innate instincts that manifest in dreams, visions, and fantasies of a person, is revealed. It is noted that the archetype belongs to the greatest values of the human soul and therefore inhabited all the Olympus of all religions - Carl Jung. Lyudmila Androschuk's article "Choreographic reproduction of Ukraine image" is analyzed. The archetype of Ukraine-Mother in the poetry of T. Shevchenko is revealed. The image of Ukraine was explored through the choreographic composition "Longing after Ukraine". The article examines women's images, which united a common image of a Ukrainian woman. It was the ballet "Lileya" by K. Dankevych that vividly demonstrated the transformation of a literary work into a musical and choreographic one.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: T. G. Shevchenko; choreography; an image of a woman; poetry; dance art; archetype
Subjects: Статті у наукометричних базах > Index Copernicus
Статті у журналах > Фахові (входять до переліку фахових, затверджений МОН)
Divisions: Факультет музичного мистецтва і хореографії > Кафедра хореографії
Depositing User: Віра Андріївна Синєок
Date Deposited: 17 May 2023 06:29
Last Modified: 17 May 2023 06:29
URI: https://elibrary.kubg.edu.ua/id/eprint/45020

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