New Art

Listeners’ perceptions of music changed during World War II and the Cold War owing to the political conditions. Musical styles of the nineteenth and twentieth century were appreciated by listeners whereas other alternative modern styles (serialism, punctualism, sonorism, aleatoric music, dodecaphony, contemporary alternative improvised music…) seemed obscure. Modernism has not been publicly accepted but postmodernism […]

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Posted in: Musicologica 1/2012, Contemporary Music | Author: | E-mail | Website

On the receptive method of teaching music in pre-primary education

Musical education in children of pre-primary-school age is executed by musical activities that include listening to music. Until now, the major part of the research in children’s interest in listening were mostly focused on children in the first grades of primary school. However, this study analyses the phenomenon in even younger children. The aim of […]

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Posted in: Music Systematics, Musicologica 1/2015 | Author: | E-mail