• Abstract

    This comprehensive study embarks on a fascinating journey of exploration into the historical contexts intricately woven into the fabric of vocal art, spanning from the majestic realms of opera to the dynamic landscapes of contemporary rock music. With meticulous scrutiny and insightful analysis, the author unravels the rich mosaic of operatic masterpieces, highlighting their profound resonance with historical eras and social ideologies. From the echoes of ancient civilizations to the tumultuous narratives of modern revolutions, the evolution of operatic narratives reflects a kaleidoscope of human experiences and aspirations. The study also delves into the realm of popular music genres, particularly rock, revealing their role as channels for cultural, social, and individual narratives rooted in historical contexts. The methodological complexities of assigning works to historical plots are examined, alongside the transformative impact of technological advances on musical creation and dissemination. By elucidating the symbiotic relationship between historical environments and vocal expression, this research highlights the importance of contextual understanding in deciphering the broad mosaic of human culture and consciousness.

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Kdyrova, I., Ryskulov, K., Dossanova, A., Smetova, A., & Juldiyeva, O. (2024). Exploration historical contexts in vocal art. Multidisciplinary Reviews, 7, 2024spe047. https://doi.org/10.31893/multirev.2024spe047
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