Organs and Organ Music in Slovene Cultural History until the Cecilian Movement
The doctoral thesis entitled Organs and Organ Music in Slovene Cultural History until the Cecilian Movement explores the history of organ building in Slovenia from the beginning of the first half of the 15th century to the second half of the 19th century, when organs became a mandatory instrument in every parish church. The upper time line of the discussion is set in the year 1877, when the Slovene Cecilian Movement was founded, taking up the leading role in overseeing the planning of church music. The aim of this dissertation is to present the spreading of organ instruments in Slovene history and to evaluate this process from the standpoint of Slovene musical and cultural history.
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