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Recordings of Traditional Music from the Archive of the Institute of Musicology SASA as the Sources for History of the Folk Culture of Kosovo and Metohija Region

dc.creatorЛајић Михајловић, Данка Р.
dc.creatorЈовановић, Јелена Љ.
dc.date.accessioned2019-03-15T13:54:13Z
dc.date.available2019-03-15T13:54:13Z
dc.date.issued2018
dc.identifier.issn0353-9008 = Баштина (Приштина)
dc.identifier.urihttp://dais.sanu.ac.rs/123456789/5079
dc.description.abstractСнимци традиционалне музике начињени 1950-их и 1960-их година на подручју Косова и Метохије (КиМ), као резултат теренских истраживања сарадника Музиколошког института САНУ Милице Илијин и Радмиле Петровић, до сада су били познати стручној јавности само сасвим малим делом. Реч је о обимној колекцији која сведочи о приватној и јавној музичкој пракси Срба, Албанаца/Шиптара и Турака (у далеко мањој мери других етничких група) у географски и социо-културно различитим срединама КиМ. Бројни жанрови сведоче о спектру функција које је музика имала за локално становништво, док стилске одлике музичких израза указују на изолованост заједница, односно на културна прожимања. Као траг изузетно важног периода у процесу мењања културног пејзажа КиМ, колекција је овом приликом разматрана пре свега као грађа за фундаментална проучавања традиционалне музике КиМ, за ареалне студије музике и културну историју овог подручја.sr
dc.description.abstractТhis study represents almost unknown sound sources – recordings of traditional music from the 1950s and 1960s, made on the territory of Kosovo and Metohija region by Miica Ilijin and Dr Radmila Petrović, fellows of the Institute of Musicology of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Belgrade. This huge collection consists of several corpuses that arose as results of documenting traditional music in different occasions: from field research, on the one hand, to representative situations, such as concerts, on the other. Thus, the collection shows private and public musical practice in geographically and socio-culturally different settings of Kosovo and Metohija (Prizren, Sredačka zupa, Leposavić and surroundings, Zvečan, and numerous places whose representative performers took part at concerts in towns). Besides, the collection is marked by a multicultural quality: it consists of recordings of music of different ethnic/national groups (on the first place of Serbs, Shqiptars/Albanians, and Turks; it also documents involvement of Roma people in musical life, traditional musical culture of Goranci ethnic group, etc.). Numerous folklore genres witness a plenty of functions that music used to have in traditional life of local inhabitants (from ritual rural music, to music making in towns – singing and playing for entertainment, as primarily artistic expression), while the stylistic features of these musical expressions point to isolation of communities, e.g. to cultural pervasions. The collection shows a trace of extremely important historical period in the process of changing the cultural landscape of Kosovo and Metohija that appeared as a consequence of accelerated industrialisation and urbanisation, as well as of influence of the media and cultural industry. Referring to those, here the collection has been discussed at the first place as a material / substance for fundamental research of traditional music of Kosovo and Metohija, for areal studies, and for cultural history of this region. The interested readers have been directed to other scientific readings of this collection (see: Lajić Mihajlović and Jovanović, in print). Its applicative potential has been recognized widely – from the field of revitalization of traditional music, to engaged projects of overcoming conflicts through arts.sr
dc.language.isosrsr
dc.publisherПриштина–Лепосавић : Институт за српску културуsr
dc.relationinfo:eu-repo/grantAgreement/MESTD/Basic Research (BR or ON)/177004/RS//sr
dc.rightsopenAccesssr
dc.sourceБаштина : гласникsr
dc.subjectКосово и Метохијаsr
dc.subjectтрадиционална музикаsr
dc.subjectаудио снимциsr
dc.subjectтеренска истраживањаsr
dc.subjectАрхив Музиколошког института САНУsr
dc.subjectМилица Илијинsr
dc.subjectРадмила Петровићsr
dc.subjectKosovo and Metohijasr
dc.subjecttraditional musicsr
dc.subjectaudio recordingssr
dc.subjectfield researchsr
dc.subjectАrchive of the Institute of Musicology SASAsr
dc.subjectMilica Ilijinsr
dc.subjectRadmila Petrovićsr
dc.titleСнимци традиционалне музике из архива Музиколошког института САНУ као извори за историјат фолклорне културе Косова и Метохијеsr
dc.titleRecordings of Traditional Music from the Archive of the Institute of Musicology SASA as the Sources for History of the Folk Culture of Kosovo and Metohija Regionsr
dc.typearticlesr
dc.rights.licenseBY-NC-NDsr
dcterms.abstractLajić Mihajlović, Danka R.; Jovanović, Jelena Lj.; Snimci tradicionalne muzike iz arhiva Muzikološkog instituta SANU kao izvori za istorijat folklorne kulture Kosova i Metohije;
dc.citation.spage447
dc.citation.epage467
dc.citation.issue45
dc.identifier.cobiss3404300
dc.type.versionpublishedVersionsr
dc.identifier.fulltexthttp://dais.sanu.ac.rs/bitstream/id/16020/Bastina-45-sa-koricom-za-sajt.pdf


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