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The polyphony of theatre gets more subtle
distinction. In the study by A. A. Arkhangelsky the word gets even
more secondary functions. He writes:
"But is it possible to describe in a word all those subtle nuances that
surrounded by manifestations of the human psyche ? Is
the background of semiotics in Russia 52
possible word to convey the deep anger, or all of the power of love, or the whole
the horror of jealousy? The word is the symbol adopted by millions, so
the word defines only a character in this experience. Music and gesture as
more abstract forms are designed with a high power sound when
powerless word. When word can not Express the fullness of the senses,
experienced actor, comes the turn of music and gesture, which are fraught with
an inexhaustible source of subtle twists and turns of the human spirit"
(Arkhangelsk A. A. Music and rhythm on the stage // of the Mask. --
1912-1913. - No 6. P.23).
Interesting, entirely semiotic distinction between ritual and game
offers M. M. Bonch-Tomashevsky. "Essentially, the ritual is not what
we want to show others, but something with which we identify our innermost
desires the intimacy of our requests and sorrow. Ritual the word is not
designed for people -- through their heads it says the deity is trying
his to propitiate, thanks for the help, ask support. Ritual gesture
built on two fundamentals: gesture up -- uplifting hand, the construction of an eye --
reflects the desire to get closer to the celestials; gesture down -- descended
head, woven hands, knees -- kneeling symbolises humility before
the Supreme will. Participating in the rite is not trying to convince, because
the rite allowed only believers. Hungry cleansing anyone not
shows -- he just joins the General wave of mystery"
(Bonch-Tomashevsky, M. M. Theatre and ritual // Mask. - 1912-1913.
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