POPULAR MUSICAL TELEVISION PROJECTS OF THE LATE XX – EARLY XXI CENTURIES
The article is devoted to the study of the general state of television in the field of music performance. The most popular musical television programs and vocal shows are considered. The purpose of the work is to identify the features of music TV projects, comparing with world models and highlighting the typical features of the musical television space. The research methodology consists in applying the general principles of scientific knowledge that correspond to modern cultural discourse. The formation of musical and television projects in the context of changes in the social mentality of the consumer of mass culture is considered. Television is interpreted as a means of approaching the global process closer to a person, that is, a consumer communicates with world-wide examples of popular art, music television projects, vocal show projects and etc. It creates the preconditions for imitation of the best world models of music TV projects in Ukraine. The article first analyzes the interconnection of Ukrainian music television projects as analogues to such worldwide shows as "The Voice", "The X factor", "American Idol". Vocal talent shows are considered as combining the elements of a â€œgame showâ€ and a â€œperfection / transformation showâ€, promoting the development of the educational component, namely, the formation of educational activity through comments and advice of judges, classes with participants between performances, determination of the most successful performances, concert practice and etc. It was determined, that the vocal repertoire consists of the most popular world and national hits, which reflects the demand of the audience. It was noted, that the viewer influences the selection of participants in a music television project and functions as an additional judge. So, the article focuses on the structure and content of musical television projects, defines the values of such projects as the communication space of culture between the audience, the artistic and performing component, and the national and world music culture as a whole. Music television projects are part of the general educational context for the development of media art and have a scientific, artistic and educational potential for study.
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