Josip Procházka (1874–1956) as ‘Czech-Slovenian’ Song Composer

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  • Jernej Weiss

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.42.2.73-85

Keywords:

Josip Procházka, ‘Novi akordi’, comparative analysis, Slovenian Song

Abstract

Through a comparative analysis the author of this paper attempts to determine the essential compositional-technical characteristics, as well as esthetical directions in Josip Procházka’s eleven songs published in the magazine ‘Novi akordi’, written by the composer during his musical-pedagogical work in Slovenia. Wishing to determine the role and significance of the aforementioned songs in a broader creative context of the song in Slovenia, the author takes a critical view of understanding the progress as the strengthening of ‘national originality’, which seems to have set significant boundaries to the editorial policy in the seemingly ‘non-party’ magazine ‘Novi akordi’.

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Published

01.12.2006

How to Cite

Weiss, J. (2006). Josip Procházka (1874–1956) as ‘Czech-Slovenian’ Song Composer. Musicological Annual, 42(2), 73–85. https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.42.2.73-85

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