Kulturne paradigme in popularni kanon: diskurz o narodu v slovanski srednjeevropski glasbi 19. stoletja

Ivano Cavallini

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/dmd12.1.01

Povzetek

Nacionalna identiteta slovanske Srednje Evrope je v razpravi obravnavana z novim pristopom k različnim kulturnim paradigmam, takim, ki upošteva zgodovinske dogodke, preko katerih se je ob koncu 18. stoletja na Poljskem in v 19. stoletju na Češkem, Slovenskem in na Hrvaškem uveljavil splošno priznani glasbeni kanon. Pojav kanona je treba analizirati v okviru, v katerem sta kozmopolitizem in nacionalizem soobstajala v prepletu uporabne in avtonomne glasbe, kar presega zamejevanje v kategorije podrejenosti, prirejenosti in avtonomije.

Ključne besede

paradigma, glasbeni kanon, 19. stoletje, slovanska Srednja Evropa

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/dmd12.1.01

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