中图分类号：J614.3 文献标识码：A DOI: 10.3969/j.issn1003-7721.2010.04.004
On the Kancheli’s Symphonic Thoughts: Based on the examples of His Last Three Symphonies
Abstract: The symphonic thinking is a high-level pattern while the composer is creating a work. The model of symphonic thinking had come into being and drived to maturity stage in the Classical Period, and it was the basic ideas guiding the composers’ creation in music during the periods of Classical and Romanticism. Giya Kancheli is a Georgian composer, and his is one of the few who has been able to find his own place in late 20th-century music and to become known worldwide. Kancheli has written seven symphonies, which established his international position, especially the last three embodied composer’s creative style and aesthetic taste. The main element in Kancheli’s symphonic thinking is the usage of core materials, stage of abrupt cuts, and passage of deep thought alternately in cycle. The conflicting drama and extreme emotional states prevalent in his symphonies, which form the core of his output, are also a feature of his lively symphonism.
Key Words: Giya Kancheli (1935~), Georgian composer, symphonic thinking, structural part of abrupt cuts, cycle structure