Dialectical relations of Neohellenic Enlightenment with Ionian music production and education
The French and European idea of Enlightenment inspired in a way the “Modern Greek Enlightenment” in a strange and peculiar reflection of the original idea of a man free from superstitions, prejudices and fears. The whole idea visited Greece due to spiritual people who have usually experienced this climate. In this “Greek version”, the Ionian Islands were found at this critical point in Europe's history among different trends and versions of the main idea.
This period of European Enlightenment is connected to Baroque and then the Classical music. Greece has never actually synchronized with the source of this music, however, in the Ionian Islands, there is an almost immediate transmutation of new musical ideas in the music composition and education.
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Περιστέρης Φ. (2018). Dialectical relations of Neohellenic Enlightenment with Ionian music production and education. Epistēmēs Metron Logos, (1), 13–23. https://doi.org/10.12681/eml.19178
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