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The tunes of beloved movies

The tunes of beloved movies
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From December, 29th, a permanent virtual exhibition “The tunes of beloved movies” timed to the International Day of Cinema is available on the site.

Music in movies is very important. According to composer V. Dashkevich, “music is that cement which fastens dramatic art, actors’ game, and the whole director’s plan in cinema”. It not only characterizes film characters, but also helps spectators to understand them better, creates a picture’s mood and enriches it with beauty making our perception more vivid.

Amazing tunes from movies are loved and sung by many generations of spectators. Musical themes and leitmotivs become world hits, and some soundtracks even have survived films for which they were written, and now they are constantly appear in new arrangements.

You can book editions on display at the Music and audiovisual documents reading room (on the 3rd floor, auditorium 305) and trough the electronic catalog on the Library’s website. Ask librarians for advice on how to search and book documents. The piano and special equipment for playing audio documents are available.

The virtual exhibition “The tunes of beloved movies” is prepared by employees of section for music art document service at the Special collections department.

Contact telephone: (+375 17) 293 27 52.


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21 Sep 2020

A virtual project "On the Wave of Time, Throughout the Life", timed to the 100th anniversary of the literary association "Maladnyak" (1923-1928), includes a lot of interesting and informative things. These are photographs of the writers, their family and friends, manuscripts and letters, photos of personal belongings of the members of "Maladnyak", full texts of their pieces. Important material that makes the project "alive" and relevant are the articles of modern researchers. With the permission of the authors, we place digitized copies of publications that are available to readers in full.

To the 100th Anniversary of “Maladnyak