Bibliography

Bibliography on Georgian Folk and Secred  Music


 

  1. Akvnis Nana (Lullaby). 2000. Kalandadze-Makharadze, Nino (compiler). Tbilisi, Scientific and Methodical Center of Folk Art of the Georgian Ministry of Culture (in Georgian with English summary)
  2. Akhobadze, Vladimer. Essay on Georgian Folk Songs (Achara) . In: Echoes  from Georgia: Seventeen Arguments on Georgian Polyphony. Focus on Civilizations and Cultures – Music. 2009. Editors: Rusudan Tsurtsumia, Joseph Jordania. Reviewers: Simha Arom (France), Polo Vallejo  (Spain) Nova Science Publishers. Inc. New York. 
  3. Andriadze, Manana. 1991. Kartuli Saghvtismsakhuro Galoba. Sagaloblebis Zhanrebi (Georgian Liturgical Chant. Genres of Chants). In Dzveli Kartuli Propesiuli Musika. Istoriisa Da Teoriis Sakitkhebi (Old Georgian Professional Music. Aspects of History and Theory). Tsurtsumia, Rusudan (responsible editor), pp. 81-92. Tbilisi: Tbilisi State Conservatoire (in Georgian)
  4. Andriadze, Manana. 1997. Samusiko Nishnebi da Mati Amokhsnis Shesadzlebloba Erti Kartuli Khelnatseris Mikhedvit (Musical Signs and the Possibility of Their Deciphering According to One Georgian Manuscript). In Musikismtsodneobis Sakitkhebi (Problems of Musicology). Tsurtsumia, Rusudan (responsible editor), pp. 106-121. Tbilisi: Tbilisi State Conservatoire (in Georgian with Russian and English summary)
  5. Andriadze, Manana. 2001. Gulanebshi Datsuli Chrelebis Shesakheb(On Chreli Preserved in Gulani). In Sasuliero Da Saero Musikis Mravalkhmianobis Problemebi (Problems of Polyphony in Sacred and Secular Music). Tsurtsumia, Rusudan (responsible editior). Materials of the International Conference on 2000 Anniversary of Christianity and 3000 Anniversary of Georgian Statehood, pp. 49-58. Tbilisi: Tbilisi State Conservatoire (in Georgian with English summary)
  6. Andriadze, Manana and Chkheidze, Tamar. 2003. Chrelis Sistema Kartul Samgaloblo Praktikashi (System of Chreli in Georgian Sacred Music). The First International Symposium on Traditional Polyphony. Turtsumia Rusudan and Jordania Joseph (editors), pp. 442-457. Tbilisi: International Research Center for Traditional Polyphony of Tbilisi State Conservatoire (in Georgian and English)
  7. Andriashvili, Akaki and Makharadze, Vasil (1971). Kartuli Khalkhuri Simgherebi (Georgian Folk Songs). Tbilisi: Ganatleba
  8. Arakchiev (Araqishvili), Dimitri. (1905). Kratki Ocherk Razvitiya Gruzinskoi Kartalino-
  9. Kakhetinskoi Narodnoi Pesni; O Gruzinskoi Dukhovnoi Narodnoi Muzike (Essay on the Development of Georgian Kartli-Kakhetian Folk Song; On Georgian Sacred Folk Music) Moscow: Menshov publishing (in Russian)
  10. Araqishvili, Dimitri.Svan Folk Song. In: Echoes  from Georgia: Seventeen Arguments on Georgian Polyphony. Focus on Civilizations and Cultures – Music. 2009. Editors: Rusudan Tsurtsumia, Joseph Jordania. Reviewers: Simha Arom (France), Polo Vallejo  (Spain) Nova Science Publishers. Inc. New York.  
  11. Arakchiev (Araqishvili), Dimitri. (1908). Narodnaia Pesnia Zapadnoi Gruzii (Imeretii); Guriiskaia Vetv; Mingrelsakaia Vetv; Neskolko Zamechanii o Rachinskikh Pesniakh; O Gruzinskikh Muzikalnikh Instrumentakh iz Sobranii Moskvi i Tiflisa (Folk Song of Western Georgia (Imereti); Gurian Song; Megrelian Song; Rachan Song; On Georgian Musical Instruments from Moscow and Tbilisi Collections), includes 83 folk songs. Moscow. Excerpts from “Materials of the Musical-Ethnographic Commission” at Moscow University. Volume II. Lissner and Sobko publishing (in Russian)
  12. Arakchiev (Araqishvili), Dimitri. (1916). Gruzinskoe Narodnoe Muzikalnoe Tvorchestvo; Narodnaia Pesnia Vostochnoi Gruzii i Severnogo Kavkaza; Narodnaia Pesnia Gruzin-Gortsev Vostochnoi Gruzii; Narodnaia Pesnia Zapadnoi Gruzii (Georgian Folk Music Art; Folk Song of Eastern Georgia and North Caucasus; Folk Song from Highland Regions of Eastern Georgia; Folk Song of Western Georgia), includes 225 folk songs and 39 instrumental melodies. Moscow. Excerpts from “Materials of the Musical-Ethnographic Commission” at Moscow University. Volume V. Lissner and Sobko publishing (in Russian)
  13. Arakelov, Khristofor. 1983. O Poliladovosti v Gruzinskikh Narodnikh Pesniakh (On Polymodality in Georgian Folk Songs). In Kartuli Khalkhuri Musikis Kilo, Melodika Da Ritmi (Mode, Melody and Rhythm of Georgian Folk Music). Shaverzashvili, Aleksandre (responsible editor), pp. 171-193. Tbilisi: Tbilisi State Conservatoire (in Russian)
  14. Arakelov, Khristofor. 1985. Fenomen Poliladovosti v Narodnikh Khorovikh Pesniakh Kartli i Kakheti (The Phenomenon of Polytonality in Kartlian and Kakhetian (East Georgia) Multipart Songs). In Voprosi Narodnogo Mnogogolosia (Problems of Folk Polyphony), Jordania, Joseph (compiler and editor), pp. 42-46. Tbilisi: Sabchota Sakartvelo (in Russian with English summary)
  15. Arakelov, Khristofor. 1987. Tematism i Formoobrazovanie v Khorovodnikh, Pliasovikh i Igrovikh Pesniakhv Kartli iKakhetii (Themes and Forms of Choral, Dance and Game Songs from Kartli and Kakheti). Part I. In Kartuli Musikis Melodiis, Harmoniisa Da Pormis Sakitkhebi (On musical Melody, Harmony and Form of Georgian Music). Tumanishvili, Ketevan (editor), pp. 121-137. Tbilisi: Tbilisi State Conservatoire (in Georgian)
  16. Arakelov, Kristofor. 1990. Tematizmi da Pormiskmnadoba Kartlisa da Kakhetis Saperkhulo, Satsekvao da Satamasho Simgherebshi (Themes and Form-Formation in Kartli-Kakhetian Round Dance, Dance and Game Songs). Part II. In Mashtabur-Tematuri Strukturebi Saperkhulo, Satsekvao da Satamasho Simgherebshi (Scale-Thematic Structures in Round Dance, Dance and Game Songs). Tsurtsumia, Rusudan (responsible editor), pp. 131-167. Tbilisi: Tbilisi State Conservatoire (I n Georgian with Russian summary)
  17. Arakishvili, Dimitri. 1925. Kartuli Musika (Georgian Music). Tbilisi: Metsniereba Sakartveloshi (in Georgian)
  18. Arakishvili, Dimitri. 1925. Kartuli Musika (Georgian Music). Kutaisi: Adgilobrivi Meurneobis Stamba (in Russian)
  19. Arakishvili, Dimitri. 1940. Khalkhuri Samusiko Sakravebis Aghtsera Da Gazomva (Description and Measurement of Georgian Folk Instruments. Tbilisi: Teknika Da Shroma (in Georgian)
  20. Arakishvili, Dimitri. 1948. Obraz Narodnoi Pesni Vostochnoi Gruzii (Types of Folk Songs in East Georgia). Tbilisi: State Publishing House of Georgian SSR (in Russian)
  21. Arakishvili, Dimitri. 1950. Rachuli Khalkhuri Simgherebi (Rachan Folk Songs). Tbilisi: Khelovneba (in Georgian)
  22. Arakishvili, Dimitri. 1950. Svanuri Khalkhuri Simgherebi (Svan Folk Songs). Tbilisi: Khelovneba (in Georgian)
  23. Arakishvili, Dimitri. 1954. Dasavlet Sakartvelos Khalkhur Simgherata Kilos Tsqoba (Modal Scale of Western Georgian Folk Songs). Tbilisi: Khelovneba (in Georgian)
  24. Asanidze, Maia. 1991. Chrelisa da Kilos Sakitkhisatvis Dzvel Kartul Propesiul Musikashi (On Chreli and Mode in Old Georgian Professional Music). In Dzveli Kartuli Propesiuli Musika. Istoriisa da Teoriis Sakitkhebi (Old Georgian Professional Music. Aspects of History and Theory). Tsurtsumia, Rusudan (responsible editor), pp. 112-122. Tbilisi: Tbilisi State Conservatoire (in Georgian)
  25. Ashuba, Vadim. 1986. Apkhazuri Khalkhuri Simgherebi (Abkhazian Folk Songs). Tbilisi: SSR Kavshiris Musikaluri Pondis Sakartvelos Ganqopileba (in Georgian, Abkhazian and Russian)
  26. Aslanishvili, Shalva. 1954-1956. Narkvevebi Kartuli Khalkhuri Simgherebis Shesakheb (Essays on Georgian Folk Songs) Volumes I and II. Tbilisi : Khelovneba publishing (in Georgian)
  27. Aslanishvili, Shalva. 1970. Kartl-Kakhuri Khalkhuri Sagundo Simgherebis Harmonia (The Harmony of Kartli-Kakhetian Choral Folk Songs). Tbilisi. Ganatleba publishing (in Georgian)
  28. Aslanishvili, Shalva. 1991. Dzveli Kartuli Sanoto Nishnebis Sakitkhisatvis. Sanoto Nishnebis Sistema Dzvel Kartul Khelnatserebshi / X-XII saukuneebi / (On Old Georgian Note Signs. The System of Note Signs in Old Georgian Manuscripts / 10th-11th centuries/). In Dzveli Kartuli Propesiuli Musika. Istoriisa da Teoriis Sakitkhebi (Old Georgian Professional Music. Aspects of History and Theory). Tsurtsumia, Rusudan (responsible editor), pp. 22-61). Tbilisi: Tbilisi State Conservatoire (in Georgian)
  29. Aslanishvili, Shalva. Forms of Multipart Singing in Georgian Folk Songs . In: Echoes  fromGeorgia: Seventeen Arguments on Georgian Polyphony. Focus on Civilizations and Cultures – Music. 2009. Editors: Rusudan Tsurtsumia, Joseph Jordania. Reviewers: Simha Arom (France), Polo Vallejo  (Spain) Nova Science Publishers. Inc. New York.
  30. Akhobadze, Vladimer. 1956. Apkhazuri Khalkhuri Simgherebi (Abkhazian Folk Songs). Tbilisi: Tbilisis Sakhelmtsipo Konservatoria (in Georgian and Abkhazian)
  31. Akhobadze, Vladimer. 1957. Kartuli (Svanuri)Khalkhuri Simgherebi (Georgian /Svan/ Folk Songs). Tbilisi: Teknika Da Shroma (in Georgian and Russian)
  32. Akhobadze, Vladimer. 1961. Kartuli (Acharuli)Khalkhuri Simgherebi (Georgian /Acharan/ Folk Songs). Batumi: Sakhelmtsipo Gamomtsemloba (in Georgian and Russian
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  39. Bolle Zemp, Sylvie. 2001. Khmovnebi da Akordebi. Simghera Zemo Svanetshi (Vowels and Chords. Singing in Zemo Svaneti). In Sasuliero Da Saero Musikis Mravalkhmianobis Problemebi (Problems of Polyphony in Sacred and Secular Music). Tsurtsumia, Rusudan (responsible editior). Materials of the International Conference on 2000 Anniversary of Christianity and 3000 Anniversary of Georgian Statehood, pp. 292-303. Tbilisi: Tbilisi State Conservatoire (in Georgian with English summary)
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  42. Chijavadze, Otar. 1969. Kartuli Khalkhuri Simgherebi. Kakhuri (Georgian Folk Songs. Kakheti). Part II. Tbilisi: Ganatleba (in Georgian with Russian and English summary)
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  46. Chijavadze, Otar. 1997. Kartuli Khalkhuri Simgheris Moamageni (Patrons of Georgian Folk Song). In Musikismtsodneobis Sakitkhebi (Problems of Musicology). Tsurtsumia, Rusudan (responsible editor), pp. 63-77. Tbilisi: Tbilisi State Conservatoire (in Georgian with Russian and English summary)
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