V zrcalu glasbene iskrenosti: Vladimir Lovec (1922–1992) [In the Mirror of Musical Sincerity: Vladimir Lovec (1922–1992)]
Keywords:Vladimir Lovec, Koper, music
The monograph In the Mirror of Musical Sincerity: Vladimir Lovec (1922–1992), edited by musicologist Helena Filipčič Gardina, commemorates the 100th anniversary of the birth of Vladimir Lovec (1922–1992), a composer, conductor, music pedagogue, publicist and all-round producer of music. The content of the monograph sheds light on various aspects of Lovec’s personality and is thematically divided into three main parts. The first part of the monograph includes a chapter by Helena Filipčič Gardina titled "Life Stations and Diverse Activities of Vladimir Lovec." In the second, more extensive part, Vladimir Lovec is remembered, in conversations with Helena Filipčič Gardina and Marija Gombač, by his former students, colleagues and friends, most of whom still play an important part in shaping musical (and cultural) life in Koper and beyond in one way or another; some of them were encouraged to pursue music professionally by Lovec. The last thematic section provides insight into the compositional oeuvre of Lovec and is an indispensable starting point for further exploration of his musical output.
Filipčič Gardina, Helena, ur. V zrcalu glasbene iskrenosti: Vladimir Lovec (1922–1992). Koper: Zavod lepih umetnosti, 2022.
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