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Slovenská hudba, Vol. 46, No 4, p.281-309, 2020

Title: Fenomén polyštýlovosti a jej inkarnácie v hudbe slovenských skladateľov
Author: Ondrej Veselý

Abstract: The Phenomenon of Polystylism and Its Incarnations in the Music of Slovak Composers
The presented paper deals with polystylism in the Slovak composed music from several perspectives. The study is introduced by a philosophical-aesthetic perspective followed by a historical and cultural viewpoint – the American and (Eastern) European context. The author also associates polystylism with Neoclassicism (Igor Stravinsky) and especially with the personality and work of Alfred Schnittke.
The presence of polystylism in the Slovak context is firstly covered by the reflection of domestic musicological-theoretical literature followed by a direct study of broader incarnations of polystylism in the music of Ján Zimmer, Ivan Hrušovský, Ladislav Kupkovič, Juraj Beneš and Martin Burlas. However, the core of our research concentrates on the search for its model use, namely in the music of Miro Bázlik and Vladimír Godár. The secondary results of the study are two author’s neologisms coined by the author: compositional polymateria and polytechnique, which are defined by the author as compositional approaches (characteristic for musical polystylism) related to the choice of music material and its subsequent organization in time.

Keywords: Polystylism; Neoclassicism; Slovak music; Ján Zimmer; Ivan Hrušovský; Ladislav Kupkovič; Juraj Beneš; Martin Burlas; Miro Bázlik; Vladimír Godár
Published online: 21-Dec-2020
Year: 2020, Volume: 46, Issue: 4 Page From: 281, Page To: 309
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