The issue of the establishment of Ukrainian ethnochoreology as a science of folk dance

  • Olha Oleksiivna Martyniv lecturer of the Department of Cultural Studies and Art Education of Drogobych State Pedagogical University named after. I. Franko , Drohobych (Ukraine)
Keywords: folk dance culture, science about dance, ethnocoreology, choreographic record, Vasyl Verkhovinets, Andriy Gumenyuk, Roman Harasymchuk, Vasyl Avramenko.

Abstract

The research is related to the actualization of the national scientific
heritage of the ethno-choreological direction, which is a significant
component in the structure of cultural studies, art studies, ethnographic,
folklore and choreographic research, one of the necessary conditions for the
preservation of the national dance heritage in its traditional dimension.The
methodology of the research is to use the analytical method - for the analysis
of scientific sources from the ballet in the philosophical, culturological, art
criticism, psychological, and pedagogical space; historical method - for the

analysis of causal features of the emergence and formation of ethno-
choreological knowledge as a form of understanding of dance art; a

comparative method - to identify common and distinctive features of the
method of treating the phenomenon of folk dance in the writings of prominent
researchers of the past; a synthetic method - for a generalization of various
subjective ideas and theories of domestic researchers in the field of
choreography. The scientific novelty lies in the fact that for the first time in
the national art studies the author has substantiated and defined the concept
of ethnochoreology and its functions as the founders of this field of domestic
scientific knowledge; It was traced and the stage of formation of the leading
parameters of the concept of ethno-choreological problems in the scientific
development was discovered not only within Ukraine but also in the
Ukrainian diaspora; It has been proved that the historical background has caused chaos in the development of the scientific discipline ethnochoreology
as a cultural studies and art-study branch of knowledge, the necessity of
development of this direction of scientific research for preservation,
reproduction and reconstruction of the traditional dance culture of
Ukrainians, as well as the creation of new forms and development of the
existing stage folk dance as a specific Ukrainian type of dance art; outlined
the range of issues that require their immediate solution at the level of
creating a conceptual-categorical apparatus of choreographic culture, the
phenomenon of dance in a traditional society, its significance for the
objective coverage of the existence of the Ukrainian people. The study and
research of the Ukrainian ethno-choreological heritage from the time of its
appearance as a period of formation of science allows to highlight the
leading directions that science has been moving over the next decades, to
identify the problems faced by modern folk dance researchers in its
traditional dimension and stage form of existence, to outline the leading
figures of researchers, which became the founders of the national scientific
knowledge about folk dance.

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Published
2019-07-31
How to Cite
Martyniv, O. O. (2019). The issue of the establishment of Ukrainian ethnochoreology as a science of folk dance. Scientific Collections of the Lviv National Music Academy Named After MV Lysenko, (44), 92-103. Retrieved from https://muzuniversum.com/index.php/journal/article/view/31
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Panorama of music research and interpretation