The musical-historical and musical-aesthetic background of the ‘salon music’ phenomenon; exemplified in bourgeois musical practice in Carniola

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  • Nataša Cigoj Krstulović Znanstvenoraziskovalni center SAZU, Muzikološki inštitut

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.49.1.5-23

Keywords:

nineteenth century, bourgeois musi- cal practice, piano music, salon music, Slovenian music

Abstract

The paper discusses the specifics of the “salon music” phenomenon, exemplified in bourgeois musical practice in Carniola during and after the “period of virtuosity”. It shows the influences of the fashionable salon repertoire in its performance and reception before the mid-nineteenth century, as well as the echoes of substantial transformation and aesthetical revaluation of salon music in keeping with the reproduction, production and reception levels of a musical work.

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Author Biography

Nataša Cigoj Krstulović, Znanstvenoraziskovalni center SAZU, Muzikološki inštitut

Nataša CIGOJ KRSTULOVIĆ je znanstvena sodelavka na Mu- zikološkem inštitutu Znanstvenoraziskovalnega centra Slovenske akademije znanosti in umetnosti v Ljubljani. Je članica Znanstvenega sveta Muzikološkega inštituta (od 2004) in članica uredniškega odbora slovenske muzikološke revije De musica disserenda (od 2005). Raziskovalna področja njenega delovanja so: zgodovina glasbe v drugi polovici 19. stol. in na začetku 20. stol. na Slovenskem, slovenska klavirska glasba, slovensko zborovstvo in glasbena društva, sociologija in estetika glasbe.

Published

01.06.2013

How to Cite

Cigoj Krstulović, N. (2013). The musical-historical and musical-aesthetic background of the ‘salon music’ phenomenon; exemplified in bourgeois musical practice in Carniola. Musicological Annual, 49(1), 5–23. https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.49.1.5-23

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