Avant-Garde Echoes in the Neither/Nor State. A Musicologist’s View on the Dissemination of Avant-Garde Movements
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This paper deals with the reception of European avant-garde in the Serbian/Yugoslav context of the 20th century, scrutinized in the highly influential study by Serbian musicologist Mirjana Veselinović-Hofman, “Creative Presence of European Avant-Garde with Us” [Stvaralačka prisutnost evropske avangarde u nas] (1983). While dealing with the musical reception of the avant-garde between the wars and during the sixties and the seventies, Veselinović-Hofman creates a musicological narrative through which we can observe several problematic knots regarding the model of center and periphery.
Keywords:musicology / local avant-garde / musicological narrative
Source:YMM: The East, the West, the In-Between, 2018
- Serbian musical identities within local and global frameworks: traditions, changes, challenges (RS-177004)
- Online version (blog entry) available on the Young Musicology Munich 2018 Conference website.