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Familiarization of 1-4 year students of the educational program 6В01401-Music education with 30 new books in the direction of “New humanitarian education. 100 new textbooks in the Kazakh language"

09 December 2020 | Published in Department of Music and Visual Arts. Read 143 times.
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December 7, 2020 in the information and complex library of the Arkalyk Pedagogical Institute named after I. Altynsarin presented new books on music.

The main goal of the event is to acquaint students with the valuable works of world famous authors in the field of art and education. Textbooks in the Kazakh language are devoted to film studies, script, theater studies, music history and art history. In particular, the first two-volume classical works of the French philosopher Gilles DeLuze “Cinema 1. Movement-Image” and “Cinema 2. Time-Image” were published in the Kazakh language. The materials collected in the book "History of World Music" allow students to use them as additional materials to the subject "Foreign Music" to get acquainted with the connections and significant moments in the music of Europe, China, India, Muslim countries, South and North America. Also among the recently translated textbooks is “Scenario. We can say that the materials of the textbook "Basics of the script" can be used for the subject "Youth Musical Rest". This tutorial is a step-by-step guide from concept to finished script. The textbook has been reprinted 30 times and translated into more than 20 languages. Semyon Freilich's theory of cinema: from Eisenstein to Tarkovsky is an extensive area of ​​research. It covers a wide range of basic concepts, from classic cinema to modern cinema theory, and provides a comprehensive view of the industry. Another noteworthy textbook - "Introduction to the Art of Cinema" - the result of forty years of research by the authors under the direction of D. Bordwell. Also Thomas Elsesser and Malta Hagener “Theory of cinema. Introduction to Emotion explores the nature of cinema through the various characteristics of the relationship between the viewer and the screen. The event contributes to the spiritual enrichment of students.