Musicologica 1/2016

Miles Davis – From Bebop to Hip Hop. The Fifties

Tonality, which began in Europe, challenges the Second Viennese School of Schöenberg, Webern and Berg, again strongly reinforces the American pop music, while tonal feeling of jazz already with bebop elements (chromaticisms, bitonality, seconds, expansion of forms and structures) were in crisis and it started in the 50s its own way; a path that indicates […]

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Entertaining Music in Bratislava until 1938

At the end of the 19th century and at the beginning of the 20th century, Bratislava has been multicultural small city, which was gradually taking over many features of a big city entertaimnet up until 1938. Hungarian, German and Slovak music culture has been overlapped, but also cultures of other nations penetrated to the music […]

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Scott Walker, Postmodern Tendencies of His Poetics and Works

The author is dealing with six key words tied with a topic, which demonstrates indisputable importance of Scott Walker for world of music. One of them is conceptualism in the aesthetics of rock music as well as function and interaction of such terms as the relationship of the composer and the work, intertextuality, intersections of pop […]

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New Faces of Slovak Jazz

New faces of Slovak jazz is a competition of amateur jazz bands in Slovakia. The competition was formed in 1986 as part of the Slovak Jazz Festival in Žilina, later it has been transferred to Bratislava in 1995. This competition assisted in professionalising young novice jazz musicians. Almost a quarter of the participants of this […]

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