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Title:Glasba kot propaganda v času 1. in 2. svetovne vojne na Slovenskem
Authors:Grabrovec, Petra (Author)
Friš, Darko (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
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Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Abstract:Svetovni vojni prve polovice 20. stoletja sta imeli močne vplive na različne segmente življenja, katerim se ni mogla izogniti niti glasba. Moč glasbe in pesmi so kaj kmalu spoznali tudi vojaški in politični strategi, ki so jih pričeli uporabljati v vojnih obdobjih v propagandne namene. Glasba je stalna spremljevalka človeka, uporablja se ob trenutkih veselja in ob trenutkih žalosti. Vsekakor je moč glasbe v moralnem smislu zelo velika, kar se je še posebej izkazalo v vojnih časih, ko so si ljudje v težkih trenutkih krepili moralo z zapeto pesmijo. V pesmih iz obdobja prve in druge svetovne vojne, ki so živele med slovenskim narodom pa je moč zaslediti tudi drobce propagande, katere funkcija je širiti informacije in ideje z namenom, da bi se le-te uresničile. Najnežnejši način tega je bilo širjenje preko glasbe. Izražanje besedil z melodijo je efektivnejše kakor zgolj branje besedil. Z melodijo so prikazana čustva, ki so jih želeli izraziti izvajalci ali so jih pri izvajalcih želeli vzbuditi nadrejeni. Obdobji obeh vojn na Slovenskem se razlikujeta, kakor se razlikujejo tudi pesmi, ki so bile izvajane v teh obdobjih. Sledeče delo prikazuje propagando, ki je bila uporabljena in zasledena v pesmih slovenskega naroda in prikazuje razlike, ki so se zgodile med slovenskim narodom v obdobju enaintridesetih let. Na eni strani imamo v obdobju prve svetovne vojne enoten slovenski narod, ki se bori za en cilj – obrambo lastne domovine, na drugi strani pa imamo v obdobju druge svetovne vojne prikazano razklanost slovenskega naroda. Pesmi prikazujejo zgodovino slovenskega naroda prve polovice 20. stoletja na intimnejši ravni, ki pa je velikokrat prezrto.
Keywords:glasba kot propaganda, moč pesmi, slovenske pesmi prve svetovne vojne, slovenske partizanske pesmi, domobranske pesmi.
Year of publishing:2020
Publisher:[P. Grabrovec]
Source:Maribor
UDC:94(497.47)\"1914/1945\":78(043.2)
COBISS_ID:34421251 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:BHTFUJZN
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Licensing start date:31.07.2020

Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Music as Propaganda in World War I. and World War II. on the Slovenian territory
Abstract:The world wars of the first half of the 20th century had strong influences on various segments of life that even music could not avoid. The power of music and song was soon realized by military and political strategists who began to use it during wartime for propaganda purposes. Music is a constant companion of man, used at moments of joy and moments of sorrow. The power of music is certainly very strong in a moral sense, which was especially evident in wartime, when people, during difficult times, boost their moral by singing a song. Songs from the period of the First and Second World War, which lived among the Slovenian nation, contain traces of propaganda, whose function is to disseminate information and ideas in order to make them a reality. The gentlest way to do this was through music. Expressing lyrics with melody is more effective than just reading the lyrics. The melody shows the emotions that performers wanted to express or superiors wanted to evoke from performers. The periods of the two wars in the Slovenian territory differ, as do the songs performed during those periods. The thesis illustrates the propaganda that was used and found in the songs of the Slovenian nation and shows the differences that occurred among the Slovenian nation during a period of thirty-one years. On the one hand, in the period of the First World War, there is a unified Slovenian nation that fights for one goal - the defence of our own homeland, and on the other hand, the Second World War takes a critical view of the ambivalence of the Slovenian people. The songs present the history of the Slovenian people in the first half of the 20th century on a more intimate level, which is often ignored.
Keywords:music as propaganda, the power of song, Slovenian songs of the First World War, Slovenian partisan songs, Home Guard songs.


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