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Beyond the East-West divide : Balkan music and it's poles of attraction
(Belgrade : Institute of Musicology, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SASA)Belgrade : Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SASA), Department of Fine Arts and Music, 2015)
In its engagement with Balkan music, musicology has largely conformed to the dominant cultural historiographical model of a divide between ‘East’ and ‘West’. Marked by core binary concepts, under the spell initially of ...
Eastern naturalness versus western artificiality: Rimsky Korsakov's influence on Manoles Kalomoires' early operas / Istočna prirodnost prema zapadnoj artificijelnosti - uticaj Rimskog-Korsakova na rane opere Manolisa Kalomirisa
In this article the writer investigates the relations between perceptions of the East and the West in nineteenth century Greece, their connection to national identity, to the language question and to political tendencies. ...
Greek composers of the Ionian islands in Italian musical life during the 19th century / Grčki kompozitori na Jonskim ostrvima u italijanskom muzičkom životu tokom 19. veka
During the 19th century most of the Ionian islands played a leading role in the Greek musical life. The vicinity of the islands with Italy combined with the Venetian domination were two facts that helped the creation of ...
A critical review of the most important sources on Dimitris Mitropoulos 1896-1960 / Kritički pregled najvažnijih izvora o Dimitrisu Mitropulosu 1896-1960
As most important books on Dimitris Mitropoulos should be mentioned those by Apostolos Kostios, William R. Trotter and Takis Kalogeropoulos. Two other editions are also valuable: the correspondence Mitropoulos - Katy ...
Italian musicians in Greece during the Nineteenth Century / Italijanski muzičari u Grčkoj u 19. veku
In Greece, the monophonic chant of the Orthodox church and its neumatic notation have been transmitted as a popular tradition up to the first decades of the 20th century. The transformation of Greek musical tradition to a ...
The maiden and death: A comparative reading of the homonymous compositions of Nikos Skalkottas and Antiochos Evangelatos as narrations of Greek tradition / Devojka i smrt - komparativno čitanje istoimenih kompozicija Nikosa Skalkotasa i Antiohosa Evangelatosa kao naracija grčke tradicije
Nikos Skalkottas’s (1904-1949) first ballet score, The Maiden and Death, was written in 1938. It is one of his most important tonal works, its plot being derived from a well-known folk-poem with the same title. Antiochos ...