The Slovenian Philharmonic after the Second World War – From Ideology and Professional Disputes to Art

  • Katarina Bogunović Hočevar Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana
Keywords: Slovenian Philharmonic, Škerjanc, Concert Boureau, Society of Slovene Composers

Abstract

Alongside the previously formed aspirations of the Slovenian music scene, the post-war period brought new opportunities and challenges. Immediately after its founding, the newly established Slovenian Philharmonic began to realise the idea of collectivism. Soon after its affirmation, however, it started to shift away from this ideal and seek a path towards a firmer programme policy. On this path, it also had to overcome certain (sometimes well-intentioned) obstacles arising from various professional societies.

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Published
2014-07-15
How to Cite
Bogunović HočevarK. (2014). The Slovenian Philharmonic after the Second World War – From Ideology and Professional Disputes to Art. Musicological Annual, 50(1), 49-61. https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.50.1.49-61
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