Európaiság és nemzeti jelleg a XIX. századi magyaros zenében - Brahms, Erkel, Mosonyi, Liszt

Illés, Mária: Európaiság és nemzeti jelleg a XIX. századi magyaros zenében - Brahms, Erkel, Mosonyi, Liszt. Nemzetiségi - nemzeti - európai identitás. pp. 355-365. (2009)

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The revival of national styles is typical of 19th century European music. That time the concepts “universal” and “national” were ideas rooted in each other. Contemporary European audience welcomed the new “exotic” approaches deriving from the popular character of various countries’ national music. The most popular impacts were of Polish, Hungarian and Russian influence, the characteristics of which were often adopted by a number of European composers. Two main streams evolved in national music cultures: the traditional European and the national radical wing. Their influence on the national music culture resulted in the presence of three approaches in compositions. The study examines some pieces by Brahms, Erkel, Mosonyi and Liszt as examples of compositions which involve the characteristics of different approaches besides those of Hungarian music.

Item Type: Article
Other title: Europian idiom and national characteristics in 19th century hungarian (and hungarian-like) music
Event Title: Nemzetiségi - nemzeti - európai identitás (2008) (Szeged)
Journal or Publication Title: Nemzetiségi - nemzeti - európai identitás
Date: 2009
Page Range: pp. 355-365
ISBN: 978-963-482-962-1
Heading title: A mindennapi kultúra szerepe az identitás megőrzésében
Uncontrolled Keywords: Zenetörténet - magyar - 19. sz., Nemzeti tudat - magyar, Nemzetiség
Additional Information: Bibliogr. a lábjegyzetekben ; összefoglalás angol nyelven
Date Deposited: 2020. Jan. 17. 12:17
Last Modified: 2020. Jan. 17. 12:17

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