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Music for the young people since 1945 and Jeunesses Musicales in Slovenia

Research activity

Code Science Field Subfield
6.08.00  Humanities  Musicology   

Code Science Field
6.04  Humanities  Arts (arts, history of arts, performing arts, music) 
Keywords
Jeunesse musicale and youth music since 1945, music as ideology, Slovene music culture, Slovene music politics, Slovene musical practice
Evaluation (rules)
source: COBISS
Points
15,264.45
A''
974.88
A'
6,176.2
A1/2
8,780.86
CI10
919
CImax
119
h10
13
A1
51.02
A3
4.81
Data for the last 5 years (citations for the last 10 years) on May 27, 2024; A3 for period 2018-2022
Data for ARIS tenders ( 04.04.2019 – Programme tender, archive )
Database Linked records Citations Pure citations Average pure citations
WoS  199  606  523  2.63 
Scopus  300  1,331  1,124  3.75 
Researchers (22)
no. Code Name and surname Research area Role Period No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  12243  PhD Matjaž Barbo  Musicology  Researcher  2021 - 2024  492 
2.  23445  PhD Katarina Bogunović Hočevar  Musicology  Researcher  2022 - 2024  60 
3.  36916  PhD Tina Bohak Adam  Musicology  Researcher  2021 - 2024  97 
4.  58495  Vanessa Nina Borsan  Musicology  Researcher  2023 - 2024  18 
5.  29339  PhD Ana Hofman  Musicology  Researcher  2021 - 2024  426 
6.  30267  PhD Darja Koter  Musicology  Researcher  2021  513 
7.  26012  PhD Mojca Kovačič  Ethnology  Researcher  2021 - 2024  304 
8.  14493  PhD Drago Kunej  Ethnology  Researcher  2021 - 2024  393 
9.  22274  PhD Rebeka Kunej  Ethnology  Researcher  2021 - 2024  211 
10.  15677  PhD Matija Marolt  Computer science and informatics  Researcher  2021 - 2024  394 
11.  51175  Polona Mlinarič    Technical associate  2022 - 2024 
12.  14294  PhD Rajko Muršič  Anthropology  Researcher  2021 - 2024  1,875 
13.  13612  PhD Aleš Nagode  Musicology  Researcher  2021 - 2024  338 
14.  35071  PhD Matevž Pesek  Computer science and informatics  Researcher  2021 - 2024  145 
15.  19622  PhD Svanibor Pettan  Musicology  Researcher  2022 - 2024  791 
16.  21771  PhD Gregor Pompe  Musicology  Researcher  2021 - 2024  362 
17.  20002  PhD Branka Rotar Pance  Educational studies  Researcher  2021 - 2024  449 
18.  15699  PhD Leon Stefanija  Musicology  Head  2021 - 2024  483 
19.  32212  PhD Nejc Sukljan  Musicology  Researcher  2021 - 2024  86 
20.  19466  PhD Urša Šivic  Ethnology  Researcher  2021 - 2024  413 
21.  27579  PhD Boštjan Udovič  Political science  Researcher  2021 - 2024  513 
22.  31106  PhD Katarina Zadnik  Educational studies  Researcher  2021 - 2024  169 
Organisations (5)
no. Code Research organisation City Registration number No. of publicationsNo. of publications
1.  0581  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts  Ljubljana  1627058  98,282 
2.  0582  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Social Sciences  Ljubljana  1626957  40,610 
3.  0618  Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts  Ljubljana  5105498000  63,104 
4.  0868  University of Ljubljana Academy of Music  Ljubljana  1626809  2,397 
5.  1539  University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Computer and Information Science  Ljubljana  1627023  16,288 
Abstract
Scientific background. There were important aspirations regarding youth music in Slovenia: after Ljubljana Musical Youth was founded in 1964 by the conductor Ciril Cvetko, the Slovene branch of Jeunesses Musicales International (JMI) was established in 1969. The period may be seen as a Slovenian echo on what social studies address as the Baby boomers' culture. Although the youth culture is noticeable in Slovenia already in the period between the World Wars – beside a musical kindergarten by Glasbena Matica, series of concerts for young people was organized –, it came, as it were, through the main door of the cultural practices since 1945. The existential consequences of this cultural phenomenon are omnipresent today: from youth-oriented policies, economic enterprises and political endeavours to different cultural engagements including the entertainment industry. Problem identification. The leading question of the proposed project reads: how were the youth-related musical practices functioning in the socialist era of Slovenia? The question indicates two main sets of contents: on one side, we have the institutional musical practices embodied in Glasbena mladina (Jeunesses Musicales), on the other side, however, the DIY (do-it-yourself) practices as well as the growing entertainment media. Both fields are understood as a trajectory in which Jeunesses Musicales and DIY practices function as basic antinomies that have been stirring up different musical practices of our "post-socialist" culture. Baby boomers witnessed the beginnings of the frictions between professional musicianship and a modern DIY or amateur musical culture. The professionals dictated the youth musical culture although the DIY musicking was growing in importance and influence (pop music). The question regarding such a clash of musical values––pointedly phrased: on one side for the young (Jeunesses Musicales) and, on the other, by the young (DIY)––is considered topical. Similar antinomies are omnipresent in our glocalized––locally and regionally sensitive because of the globalisation––not only musical modernity in a form of a series of dichotomies, such as high/low art, serious/pop music, local/universal musical practices, subsidized/freelance, our/their music etc. The objective. The project aims to comparatively analyse the youth musical practices in Slovenia since the end of WW II. The period enables to trace crucial cultural shifts systematically through the layers of both structures (institutions) of youth-connected musical practices as well as processes that have diversifying and changing the musical practices: 1) Structures. On one side, the project team will systematize the structures through which youth-related music circulated. The scholars will systematically gather data about the institutions, individuals, and the phenomena, such are musical works and events, in short: the aim is to list "the names" gathered under the umbrella term “youth music”. 2) Processes. On the other side, the contexts underlying those structures will be addressed – the "the activities" or instruments that shaped and modified the ideas of youth-related music: ideologies, beliefs, perceptions, reactions, deeds. The forms and levers of reshaping these forms are seen as indicators through which youth-related music was experiencing constant change: first with a divide with regard to other music practices (this was the main reason for Jeunesse Musicale) than with an ever-growing speed also fragmenting within itself. And the objective of the project is: to offer a glossary of the forms of existence of the youth-related music as well as the processes that were fragmenting and changing it since 1945. It may well help in understanding better our fragmented and fragmenting musical world.
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