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From modernism to postmodernism : between universal and local / Katarina Bogunović Hočevar, Gregor Pompe, Nejc Sukljan (eds.).

Format:
Book
Language:
English
Published/​Created:
[Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2016, , ©2016]
Description:
402 pages : illustrations, music ; 22 cm
Summary note:
The book explores two radical changes of cultural and social paradigm that determined the World after 1945 - Modernism and Postmodernism. From the cataclysmic atmosphere emerged the second wave of Modernism. In art this attitude was manifested in the form of a radical break with the aesthetic and stylistic characteristics of prior generations. In architecture the International Style was born, meanwhile similar "universality" was also a characteristic of musical serialism. From the beginning of the 1970s the wheels again began to turn in the other direction. The powerful destructive will of modernism increasingly waivered, and the period after modernism - postmodernism - began. The book answers questions related to the reasons for these turnarounds, their consequences and their implications.
Bibliographic references:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:
Theoretical Basis -- Postmodernism in Society and Art: An Overview / Gregor Pompe -- Modernity -- Postmodernity. Controversial Core Structures of Musical Thinking / Helmut Loos -- The Creative Practice (of Architecture): Insisting on the In-Between / Petra Čeferin -- Globalization and/or Pluralism: But What about Musics, Their Styles, Techniques and Musicology? / Nikša Gligo -- From Modernism... -- Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis' (1875 -- 1911) Musical Works as an Example of European Modernism in its Early Stages / Gražina Daunoravičienė -- Modernism at Work in Pierre Boulez's Writings, 1948 -- 1952 / Manuel Farolfi -- Rethinking Form: A Structural Analysis of Constellation-Miroir, Formant 3 of Boulez's Third Piano Sonata / Hei Yeung John Lai -- Textual Permutation in Mauricio Kagel's Anagrama (1957 -- 1958): New Modes of Serial Thought / Ka-man Choi -- Contemporary Opera and Musical Theatre on Italian Stages Between the Second Postwar Period and the End of the 1960s: Notes for an Overview / Cristina Scuderi -- To Postmodernism -- From Modernism to Postmodernism: The Modulation and Correlation between Two Styles in the Context of Musical Works by Sacred Minimalists / Jūlija Jonāne -- Modernism, Postmodernism and Globalism: Takemitsu, November Steps / Moeko Hayashi -- Bernd Alois Zimmermann's Requiem für einen jungen Dichter and Leonard Bernstein's Mass: European and American postmodernism, or pluralism vs. eclecticism / Gregor Pompe -- Musical Quotation as a Fundamental Way for Expressing a Message in the Work of Alfred Schnittke / Jana Majerová -- Wien Modern, Festival d'Automne à Paris, and Warsaw Autumn after the Year 2000 in a Comparative Perspective: European or National Forums for Contemporary Art Music and Culture? / Simone Heilgendorff -- A Language-Based Approach to Music and Intertextuality / Alessandro Miani -- Contemporary Music between History and Eschatology / Milena Bozhikova -- Postmodernism in Eastern Europe -- Pēteris Vasks as Neo-Romantic: Characteristic Style Signs of Latvian Composer Symphonic Music in the Context of Postmodern Culture and Art / Jānis Kudin̨š -- The Semantics of the Music of Anatolijus Šenderovas / Kamilė Rupeikaitė -- Different Faces of Postmodernism in the Works of Contemporary Composers of the Gdańsk Milieu / Joanna Schiller-Rydzewska -- The Way from Modernist Positions to the Intimate Lyrical Position of the Composer Oto Ferenczy / Tatiana Pirníková -- Lojze Lebič: Modernism and the Vernacular / Niall O'Loughlin -- Opera Mileva by Alexandra Vrebalov: A Tale of Woman's Otherness / Ira Prodanov Krajišnik.
Subject(s):
Form/​Genre:
Criticism, interpretation, etc.
ISBN:
  • 9783631671443 hardback
  • 363167144X hardback
  • electronic book
LCCN:
2016017107
OCLC:
946580053
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