The Instrumental Chamber Works of Risto Savin in the Context of Chamber Performance and Composition in Slovene Lands from the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century until 1920

  • Maruša Zupančič Univerza v Ljubljani, Filozofska fakulteta
Keywords: Risto Savin, chamber music, Ger- man music societies, Slovene reading societies, Glasbena matica

Abstract

Risto Savin wrote ten instrumental chamber works: a string quartet, two piano trios, a cello sonata, and six violin pieces, of which two are arrangements of his own orchestral works. The paper places Savin’s instrumental chamber opus in the context of the chamber music of the time in Slovene lands and demonstrates that the composer paved the way for Slovene chamber repertoire from its very beginnings.

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Author Biography

Maruša Zupančič, Univerza v Ljubljani, Filozofska fakulteta
Maruša ZUPANČIČ je raziskovalka na Oddelku za muzikologijo Filozofske fakultete v Ljubljani. Iz muzikologije je diplomirala leta 2007. Istega leta je postala mlada raziskovalka na Muzikološkem inštitutu ZRC SAZU. Kot štu- dentka mednarodnega programa »Erasmus« je v študijskem letu 2006/2007 študirala na Masarykovi univerzi v Brnu. Leta 2008 je kot podiplomska študentka študirala na Karlovi univerzi v Pragi in bila stažistka na Etnološkem inštitutu Češke akademije znanosti v Pragi. Leta 2012 je na Oddelku za muzikologijo Filozofske fakultete v Ljubljani doktorirala s temo »Razvoj violinizma na Slovenskem do začetka druge svetovne vojne«.
Published
2012-12-01
How to Cite
ZupančičM. (2012). The Instrumental Chamber Works of Risto Savin in the Context of Chamber Performance and Composition in Slovene Lands from the Beginning of the Nineteenth Century until 1920 . Musicological Annual, 48(2), 195-216. https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.48.2.195-216
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