- Kiev academic style
The Kiev Academic Style of Bandura Playing is a way of playing the Ukrainian folk instrument of
The instrument is held between the knees perpendicular to the body of the player. This means that the left hand is only able to play easily along the bass strings of the instrument. The right hand usually plays just on the treble strings known as "prystrunky".
The manner in which the instrument is held influences the technique used by the
bandurist. The left hand uses only three fingers in play. The position in which the bandura is held also means that the 5th finger of the right hand cannot be used effectively.
The Kiev style is based on the technique used by
kobzariof the Chernihivprovince such as Tereshko Parkhomenko. It became known as the Kiev style because the Kiev Bandurist Capellaused it. Before World War II, most Kiev banduras had diatonically tuned bass strings. Since World War II in Ukraine, chromatic bass tuning is the standard. In the West, however, groups of bandurists exist that adhere to a diatonic bass tuning. Often these bandurists will refer to their playing style as the Chernihiv styleof playing the bandura.
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