Macpherson, Ossian in bardski ideal: nekaj irskih misli o nemškem fenomenu

Harry White

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/dmd12.1.08

Povzetek

Kljub velikemu vplivu zbirke Ossianovih pesmi Jamesa Macphersona na oblikovanje nemške romantike (preko del Herderja in Goetheja) doslej vprašanje, v kolikšni meri sta obstajali poezija bardov (nem. Bardendichtung) ter zavest o škotskih in irskih melodijah v nemški glasbeni misli neodvisno, še ni bilo dovolj obravnavano. Ne glede na Beethovnova srečanja z irsko tradicionalno glasbo je bolj kot sama glasba večino nemških skladateljev po Beethovnu navdihnil ideal »ljudske glasbe«.

Ključne besede

Macpherson, Ossian, Beethoven, Moore, »ljudska glasba«

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.3986/dmd12.1.08

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