Akcije

New Sound - International Magazine for Music
kako citirati ovaj članak
podeli ovaj članak

Metrika

  • citati u SCIndeksu: 0
  • citati u CrossRef-u:0
  • citati u Google Scholaru:[]
  • posete u poslednjih 30 dana:2
  • preuzimanja u poslednjih 30 dana:2

Sadržaj

članak: 10 od 24  
Back povratak na rezultate
The notion of the enemy in the Greek operatic world of the 19th and 20th centuries
(naslov ne postoji na srpskom)
The Friends of Music Society, Greece

e-adresaa.charkiolakis@gmail.com
Ključne reči: nationalism; Greece; heroism; Balkan history; Ottoman Empire; national school
Sažetak
(ne postoji na srpskom)
Opera has been a major and vital element contributing to the firm establishment of the Greek National School during the first decade of the 20th century, following the trends of other national schools appearing around or before that time. The national element has been present in several cases and although the Greek National School was firmly established in 1908 with a manifesto that was presented by Manolis Kalomiris, the Greek operatic world dealt with the patriotic sentiment long before that. During several periods in the 19th and 20th centuries, historical circumstances gave composers the opportunity to express themselves through the notion of the heroic, directing the subjects of their works towards the awakening of national pride, contributing to the nationalistic ideas that were developing during each period. Heroism and heroic deeds of the past were the perfect materials for this purpose.
Reference
Charkiolakis, A. (2014) Music in the first modem Olympiad in Athens in 1896: Cultural and social trends. Mousikos Logos, Vol. 1, http://m-logos.gr/downloads/articles/i0001/m-logos-i0001-a0009-charkiolakis.pdf
Charkiolakis, A. (2012) Recapitulating the past: Manolis Kalomiris and his opera Konstantinos Palaiologos. u: Mikić Vesna et al. [ur.] Between nostalgia, utopia and realities, Belgrade: University of Arts Belgrade-Department of Musicology, 229-240
Clogg, R. (2013) A Concise History of Greece. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Frangou-Psychopaidi, O. (1990) HEOvik^ Txohq Movoik^ç: npofthquaTa lbEoÀoy^aç /The National School of Music: Ideological problems. Athens: Idryma Mesogeiakon Spoudon
Kalogiannis, G.H. (1984) O Nov/uâç Kai n £žo%c goû 1903-1931 /Noumas and its time 1903-1931. Athens: Epikairotita
Kalomoires, M. (1988) Memoirs 1883-1908: My life and my art. Athens: Nefeli
Kardamis, K. (2008) NiKÔkaoçXahmônovkoçMâvrÇapoç: Evorym /uéoa otc tûkkažkotct /Nikolaos Chalikiopoulos Mantzaros: Unity within multiplicity. Corfu: Etaireia Kerkyraikon Spoudon
Lavrangas, D. (2009) TA anouvnuovEvuaTâuov /My memoirs. Athens: Govostis
Leotsakos, G. (2013) Znvpoç Zauâpaç 1861-1917: o uEyâÀoç abžnuévoç Tnç ÉVTEjynç EkknviK^çuovoik^ç, bokdž đ fhoypa^ aç /Spiros Samaras 1861-1917: The great underclassed of Greek art music, an attempt for a biography. Athens: Benaki Museum Editions
Maliaras, N., Charkiolakis, A. (2013) Mavrnknç Kakouo^pnç: 50xpôvia uETâ /Manolis Kalomiris: 50 years after. Athens: Fagotto Books
Romanou, K. (2006) Έytechyē Ellēyikē monoikē otono yeoterono chroyono / Greek art music in modern times. Athens: Koultoura
Samson, J. (2013) Music in the Balkans. Leiden: Brill
Tzermpinos, S.N. (1996) FjarioU1ž ZarnvOov (1816-1960) /About Philharmonics in Zante (1816-1960). Zante: Filomousiki Kinisi Zakynthou
Vournas, T. (1999) ZvvToun Iogop^a TnçEkknviK^çEnavâoTaonç /A Concise History of Greek Revolution. Athens: Patakis Editions
Xepapadakou, A. (2013) NavÀoçKappép /Pavlos Carrer. Athens: Fagotto Books
 

O članku

jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan
DOI: 10.5937/newso1750300C
primljen: 01.09.2017.
prihvaćen: 13.11.2017.
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 17.06.2021.