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Летњи курс из композиције и интерпретације Карлхајнца Штокхаузена
(Belgrade : Department of Musicology, Faculty of Music, 2005)
A song that will not die: Shifting symbolism in the interpretation of two sanguineous operas / Pesma koja ne umire - promenljivi simbolizam u interpretaciji dveju mračnih opera
Bartók's well-known opera Duke Bluebeard's Castle has an internationally hardly known parallel in Willem Pijper's opera Halewijn. The Hungarian and the Dutch opera share the same motives; they make use of a historical, a ...
Cut and paste pictures in surrealism / 'Lepak slike' u nadrealizmu
Proceeding from the idea of the readymade, Marko Ristić’s, Vane Bor’s and Dušan Matić’s collages regroup readymade pictorial and textual matrices according to the rules of free associative syntax. Everything that they ...
Can music progress?: Reflections on the history of popular music / Može li popularna muzika da napreduje? - razmišljanja o istoriji popularne muzike
This paper considers schematically the various discourses through which popular music history is understood. My proposal is that five accounts of musical history (the business model, the musicological model, the sociological ...
The temporal dimension of epic songs / Vremenska dimenzija epskih pesama
Since research into south-Slav epic songs began, finding its place within philological sciences, the musical component has been marginalized. In extreme cases the correlation between poetry and music was even denied. In ...
Ethnomusicological biography of the traditional folk musician: Biography of the gusle-player / Etnomuzikološki 'portret' narodnog muzičara - guslar
With the development of ethnomusicology from a comparative discipline to an anthropologically oriented science there has been an increase in the significance of the biography of folk musicians as scientific sources. The ...
Korean opera-film Chunhyang and the trans-cultural politics of the voice / Korejska opera-film Čunhjang i transkulturna politika glasa
This essay examines a Korean opera-film Chunhyang (2000) to show how it departs from the standard practice of Western opera-film and how its uniqueness is generated by the characteristics of indigenous Korean opera P'ansori. ...
The 'Guslar': Individual identity and tradition / Guslar - individualni identitet i tradicija
The subject of this paper is the relation between individual and collective identity within the folk-music tradition, from the perspective of ethnomusicology. Solo folk musicians have more latitude than those who perform ...