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Hudebně-pedagogické podněty kognitivních tendencí v české systematické muzikologii

Title in English Music-pedagogical Stimuli of Cognitive Tendencies in Czech Systematic Musicology

MÜHLOVÁ Klára Hedvika

Year of publication 2021
Type Appeared in Conference without Proceedings
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

Description Czech, and therefore Czechoslovak, systematic musicology of the 20th century, despite 40 years of isolation after 1948, developed trends in its approaches and concepts, which can be retrospectively assessed as very modern, and at the forefront of the peloton of current research efforts. Establishing music psychology, the advent of new technologies supported by its development, modern psychoacoustics, emerging music informatics (developing with the use of automatic computers), stimuli of electroacoustic music and electronic sound processing, or newly developed musical semiotics; offered domestic systematic musicology new stimuli, usable in developing a new, in-depth view of the relationship between man and music, and its field applications. Thus, both older psychologizing concepts (such as "musical hearing" or "musicality") and individual cognitive functions in their modern definition, such as musical perception, musical memory, attention, or musical thinking, come to the fore. These are gradually, spontaneously, dynamically and multi-layered developments of cognitive perspectives through the systematic disciplines of musicology. The paper tries to map the cognitive perspective in Czechoslovak systematic musicology between 1948 and 1989, and asks which of the trends could be an inspiration for contemporary music pedagogy.
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