UTOPIAN AND ANTI-UTOPIAN DISCOURSES IN THE ANIMATED VERSIONS OF THE SYMPHONIC TALE «PETER AND THE WOLF» BY S.PROKOFIEV

Abstract: 

The article is devoted to a comparative analysis of the animated films based on the symphonic tale of S.Prokofiev "Peter and the Wolf". Their ideological and figurative content, compositional features, attributes of the main characters are for the first time considered from the Utopian and anti-Utopian standpoint within the context of intertextual relations. In the article the features of music interaction with words and visuals are revealed, the educational trend of the films is highlighted.

Key words: 

symphonic tale, animated film, musical drama, dynamic scale, timbres of instruments, leitmotif, transcription, intertextual relations, synchronization of music and visual lines, symbolic model, Utopia, anti-Utopia, ideological and aesthetic context, semantic memory of the text, pedagogical value.

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