Contemporary Musicology and the Study of Musical Practices in Slovenia

  • Matjaž Barbo University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Slovenia
Keywords: musicology, contemporary musicology, Slovenian musicology

Abstract

Musicology in Slovenia is gradually evolving from a historiographical discipline into a system of intersecting research in the fields of reception history, institutional history, structural and genre analysis, acoustics, critical reflection, semiological analysis, hermeneutical reflection and epistemology. The discontinuities and inhomogeneities we perceive today can even be understood as one of the modes of contemporary musicology.

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Published
2020-12-30
How to Cite
BarboM. (2020). Contemporary Musicology and the Study of Musical Practices in Slovenia. Musicological Annual, 56(2), 35-50. https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.56.2.35-50