The Research of Computer Simulation of Textual Dimension in the Context of the Musical Discourse


  • Larysa Oriekhova A.V. Nezhdanova Odesa National Academy of Music
  • Petro Andriichuk Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts
  • Tetyana Shnurenko Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts
  • Volodymyr Horobets Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts
  • Valentina Sinelnikova Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts
  • Ivan Sinelnikov Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts



Semiotics, signs-images, graphic symbols, innovation, informatization


The relevance of the study is determined by the need to rethink musical art as a value orientation in the period of postmodernity. The purpose of the study is to determine the features of the textual dimension of musical discourse as a feature of the postmodern value perception of musical art in combination with the information and computerization of society. The purpose of the article is to show the basic context of the textual dimension of musical discourse. This research shows a holistic analysis of musical art in the context of discourse analysis and innovative modeling, which in the future is a prospect for creating new ideas for the interpretation of musical works. The study highlights the main components of textual analysis of a musical work, as well as the perception of musical discourse as a manifestation of today’s information of social development. For a comprehensive analysis of musical art it is necessary to understand the basic theoretical and methodological approaches to the study of this concept. Therefore, the principal theoretical approaches of scientists concerning musical discourse in the context of the textual dimension were studied, and theoretical problems in musical discourse analysis were developed. Beneficial to study the complex modeling of the textual dimension of musical art, the methods of analysis and synthesis, research method and discourse analysis method were used. This study provided a basis for determining the effectiveness of computer simulation technology in the context of the musical dimension.


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How to Cite

Oriekhova, L., Andriichuk, P., Shnurenko, T., Horobets, V., Sinelnikova, V., & Sinelnikov, I. (2022). The Research of Computer Simulation of Textual Dimension in the Context of the Musical Discourse. Postmodern Openings, 13(3), 310-322.



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