Terminology in Slovene Music Textbooks from the year 1867 until the present
The dissertation Terminology in Slovene Music Textbooks from the year 1867 until the present day presents the first systematic musicological research into the development of some basic Slovene music theory terminology from the year 1867 until the present day. Its intention was to present the issues of music terminology in the field of teaching music theory, to warn of terminological difficulties and to offer a basis for a possible definition of ways to solve terminological inconsistencies in the field of Slovene music theory terminology. The thesis is divided into two main parts: the historical-theoretical and the empirical part. The former comprises of a wider research (terminology), the outline of the methodological tools (corpus approach), a presentation of the development of Slovene technical terms and music terminology and an overview of music terminology researches and the corpora used. The latter is comprised out of 49 different textbooks dealing with music theory, written in the Slovenian language in between the years 1867 and 2014.
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