THE ACOUSTIC FEATURES AND MUSIC-CULTURAL CONTEXTS OF CONCERT AND THEATRE HALLS IN SLOVAKIA - ZICHY PALACE, THE SLOVAK NATIONAL THEATRE
Keywords:field acoustics, concert halls, cultural heritage
This study deals with spatial-acoustic research on two buildings in Bratislava, built in two different historical periods, with a
significantly different primary function in terms of the musical life of the town. The Opera and Ballet Hall of the Slovak National Theatre
is a relatively new building with a relatively short concert history. The concert life of the Concert Hall of Zichy Palace dates back to the
18th century and has an extremely rich concert history. The present study is devoted to describing the historical and cultural contexts,
while also investigating their acoustic properties. The subject of the acoustical research is the description of the basic parameters – reverberation time T, clarity C80, interaural correlation coefficient IACC and spoken speech intelligibility measure STI.
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