Son Havadis (1953-1966) Gazetesinde Yer Alan Müzik Yazıları Bibliyografyasının Önemi Ve Değerlendirmesi
KeywordsSon Havadis Gazetesi,Müzik Makaleleri,Müzik Bibliyografyaları,Müzik Politikası
Son Havadis Gazetesi,Müzik Makaleleri,Müzik Bibliyografyaları,Müzik Politikası
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AbstractBu araştırmada Türk basıntarihinin önemli yayınlarından biri olan Son Havadis Gazetesi’nin 13 yıllıkyayın dönemi (1953-1966) incelenmiştir. Araştırma kapsamında Son HavadisGazetesi'nde belirtilen dönem aralığında yayımlanan müzik makaleleri derlenmişve pek çok önemli müzik, magazin, konser, ilan yazısı vb. tespit edilmiş,dönemin müzisyenleri hakkında bilgi edinilmiştir. Yapılan bibliyografyaçalışmasının sonucunda ortaya çıkan bulguların değerlendirilmesi yapılmıştır.Ayrıca tüm bu bilgilerle müzikoloji sahasına hizmet etmek üzere oluşturulanbibliyografyaların önemi ve gereği üzerinde durulmuştur. Özetle, budeğerlendirmede elde edilen verilere dayanarak dönemin müzik politikası, anlayışıve algısı ortaya çıkartılmıştır.
The presentstudy examines the 13-year period (1953-1966) of Son Havadis Newspaper, one ofthe most important publications of Turkish press history. Within the scope ofthe study, articles about music have been gathered from the specified period ofthe journal. Through the articles, a great deal of information about themusicians in that time may be obtained. In addition to providing a betterunderstanding about the perception of music during those years, these articlesalso introduce the music policies of that period. In the study, an assessmentof the findings of a bibliographic study on the articles in question is made.In the meantime, the importance of the bibliographies compiled to serve thefield of musicology is emphasized. In brief, the study aims to demonstrate the music policiesas well as perception of the music inthe period based on the data collected.
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