‘Romantic Lied’ in the 19th Century Slovene Compositional Creativity

Authors

  • Aleš Nagode

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.42.2.65-72

Keywords:

Slovene music, solo song, romanticism

Abstract

Author deals with the questionable use of the combination of words ‘romantic lied’ as a label for Slovene compositional creativity in this genre in the 19th century. He bases his observation of the Slovene lied on two different understandings of the term ‘romanticism’: 1. as a designation of the music written in the period 1820 to 1850; and 2. as a designation of the 19th century music marked by the basic aesthetic idea of a ‘romantic surplus’ that shows itself in exceeding the inner as well as formal boundaries valid in music up to that time.

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Published

01.12.2006

How to Cite

Nagode, A. (2006). ‘Romantic Lied’ in the 19th Century Slovene Compositional Creativity. Musicological Annual, 42(2), 65–72. https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.42.2.65-72

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