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      100 Years Later: Conversations About Stevan Stojanović Mokranjac [1]
      100 година касније: разговори о Мокрањцу [1]
      100 година касније: Разговори о Стевану Стојановићу Мокрањцу [1]
      2nd Research Symposium on Social Impact of Making Music 2017, London: Guildhall School of Music and Drama, 8—9 July 2017 [1]
      A bilingual musical manuscript from the Department of old books of Matica srpska Library (a contribution to Serbian-Greek chanting connections) [1]
      A few Thesis on Moderate(d) Modernism and Tradition [1]
      A few Thesis on Moderated Modernism and Tradition [1]
      A Mission of the Russian House in Belgrade : Cultural Policy and Music (1933-1941) [1]
      African American jazz singers and the politics of identity in the 1960s: the case of Nina Simone [1]
      Afroameričke džez pevačice i politike identiteta u SAD 60-ih godina prošlog veka: slučaj Nine Simon [1]
      After The Golden Period: Opera of the Belgarde National Theatre (1971–2011) [1]
      After Zero Hour: States as “Custodians of Universal Human Culture,” or “Guardians of Advanced Art” [1]
      All-Slavic Idea Within the Association of Musicians of the Kingdom of SCS/Yugoslavia in the 1920s: Initiatives, Activities, Results [1]
      Allies in Music: French Influences and Role Models in the Cvijeta Zuzorić Association of Friends of Arts [1]
      America is another world: Conversation with composer Nataša Bogojević [1]
      Amerika je drugi svet - razgovor sa kompozitorkom Natašom Bogojević [1]
      An Apple on the Moon: Karlheinz Stockhausen's "Telemusik" [1]
      An Extrovert and a Misanthrope: Comparative Analysis of Virtuoso Aspects and the Impact of Personalities in Franz Liszt’s Piano Concerto No. 1 in E-flat Major and Alkan’s Concerto for Piano Solo [1]
      An unintended dialogue between 'materialists' and 'idealists': The essays on west European art music in the 'Zvuk' magazine (1932-1936) [1]
      Ana Hofman: Staging socialist femininity: Gender politics and folklore performance in Serbia, Brill, Leiden - Boston, 2011 [1]