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Stylistic directions in Stevan Hristić’s oratorio Vaskrsenje (Resurrection): The question of crossroads-traditions in Serbian music at the beginning of the twentieth century / Stilske koordinate oratorijuma Vaskrsenje Stevana Hristića (1912) i pitanje raskršća tradicija u srpskoj muzici na početku 20. veka
Vaskrsenje (Resurrection) which was composed by Stevan Hristić (libretto Dragutin Ilić) was a first oratorio in Serbian music. The libretto was published in a journal Odjek (Echo) in 1909, with the first performance in ...
The East and the West in the polemical context of the Serbian music between the two World Wars / Istok-Zapad u polemičkom kontekstu srpske muzike između dva svetska rata
This article represents a fragment of the author's doctoral dissertation Serbian Music at the Crossroads of the East and the West? On the Dialogue between the Traditional and the Modern in Serbian Music between the Two ...
Serbian Literary Magazine and avant-garde music / Položaj avangarde u srpskoj muzičkoj kritici i esejistici prve polovine XX veka - Srpski književni glasnik
One of the most excellent periodicals in the history of Serbian literature Serbian Literary Magazine (1901-1914, 1920-1941), also played an exceptionally important part in the history of Serbian music criticism and essay ...
Mjesto Richarda Wagnera u muzikološkom opusu Miloja Milojevića
(Split : Sveučilište u Splitu, Umjetnička akademija, 12-2018)
The reception of west European music in Belgrade between world wars: On the examples of 'Muzički glasnik' and 'Muzika' magazines / Recepcija zapadnoevropske muzike u međuratnom Beogradu - primer časopisa Muzički glasnik i Muzika
The very first music magazines started in Belgrade between World Wars were 'Muzički glasnik' (issued monthly from January to December 1922) and 'Muzika' (also issued monthly in the period January 1928 - March 1929). These ...
Osterc's letters to Milojević / Osterčeva pisma Milojeviću
The correspondence between two of the most important composers in Yugoslavia during the period between the two world wars: Miloje Milojević (1884-1946), a Serb living in Belgrade, and Slavko Osterc (1895-1946), Slovene ...
Music in Serbian Literary Magazine and Yugoslav ideology / Muzikografija Srpskog književnog glasnika i ideologija jugoslovenstva
It is worth noting that the important journal of the history of Serbian literature and music, the Serbian Literary Magazine (1901 - 1914, 1920 1941), became more Yugoslav-oriented within a relatively short period following ...
The importance and role of correspondence in researching the personality and work of Milenko Paunović / Značaj i uloga prepiske u osvetljavanju ličnosti i stvaralaštva Milenka Paunovića
The correspondence of the composer and writer Milenko Paunović (1889-1924) has a great role in revealing different aspects of his life, work and mind. Nearly 100 letters are preserved, most of which belong to his correspondence ...
Serbian music criticism in the first half of the twentieth century: Its canon, its method and its educational role / Starija srpska muzička kritika - kanon, postupak, prosvetiteljska tendencija
Serbian music criticism became a subject of professional music critics at the beginning of the twentieth century, after being developed by music amateurs throughout the whole previous century. The Serbian Literary Magazine ...
Balkans as a cultural symbol in the Serbian music of the first half of the twentieth century / Balkan kao simbol kulture u srpskoj muzici prve polovine XX veka
Focus on the internalization of Western images in the Balkans has special significance in researching Serbian art. The functioning of Balkanism as it overlapped and intersected with Orientalism is indicated in the text by ...