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The Russian musical emigration in Yugoslavia after 1917 / Ruska muzička emigracija u Jugoslaviji posle 1917. godine
Around forty thousand Russian emigrants settled in Yugoslavia running away from the terror of the 1917 Revolution. A high percentage of them were writers, artists, musicians and ballet dancers. Their greatest contribution ...
Music as a Mediator in the Process of Political and Cultural Transition: The Creation of Yugoslav Music in Radio Belgrade (1929-1941)
(Belgrade : Faculty of Music, 2016)
In this paper i will analyze the role of the interwar Radio Belgrade (1929-1941) in the process of mediation of the Yugoslav idea focusing on the music program. Attention was given to the strategies that music editors and ...
After Zero Hour: States as “Custodians of Universal Human Culture,” or “Guardians of Advanced Art” / После нулте године: државе као „чувари универзалне културе човечанства” или „чувари напредне уметности”
(Belgrade : Institute of Musicology, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2017)
The emergence of radically new, avant-garde movements in German music and throughout Western Europe after WW2 has often been seen as expressing a strivings to create on a tabula rasa, in order to create distance from the ...
Kosta P. Manojlović: A Portrait of the Artist and Intellectual in Turbulent Times
(Belgrade : Institute of Musicology Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, 2017)
Although Kosta P. Manojlovic was one of the most influential figures in interwar Yugoslav musical life, his numerous efforts initiated at the time and later, during World War II and the first years of the communist Yugoslavia, ...
Светомир Настасијевић (1902–1979) у контексту југословенске музике међуратног и послератног периода
(Горњи Милановац : Музеј рудничко-таковског краја, 2017)