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      Caractéristiques des œuvres pour piano d’Ivan Jevtić [1]
      Carnal encounters and producing socialist Yugoslavia: voluntary youth labour actions on the newsreel screen [1]
      Castor et Pollux by Jean-Philippe Rameau in the light of diferences between the two versions of the opera (1737, 1754) [1]
      Center for Popular Music Research and Popular Music Studies in Serbia: Institutionalization on the Musicological Margins [1]
      Children’s Rhythmical System in Songs of Serbian Vocal Heritage [1]
      Christian Troelsgård: Byzantine Neumes, a New Introduction to the Middle Byzantine Musical Notation Subsidia, vol. IX, Monumenta Musicae Byzantinae, Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press 2011 [1]
      Church Music in the Light of National Legislation in the Principality of Serbia and the Kingdom of Serbia [1]
      Collection of the Photographs in the Archive of The Institute of Musicology SASA [1]
      Common scale features of the recent Greek and Serbian church chant traditions [1]
      Communication and analogies between music and image: Dragutin Gostuški's theory of screen [1]
      Communion songs not regulated by the typicon in the recent tradition of Serbian church singing [1]
      Competitions as a form of public gusle playing performance [1]
      Consequences of the Affective Turn: Exploring Music Practices from without and within [1]
      Constructing an Alternative Life: Music and Theatre in the First World War Serbian Prisoners Camps in Austria-Hungary [1]
      Contribution of performance studies to regional popular music research: “Tamburica Fest” as performance [1]
      Contribution of Petar Krancevic to the Work of Serbian Church Singing Society in Sremska Mitrovica [1]
      Dance in Cinema Movies of Emir Kusturica [1]
      Dance Semantic in Contemporary Wedding Ritual in Serbia: The Case Study of Lučica Village [1]
      Davorin Jenko (1835–1914): fragmenti iz života poznatog kompozitora [1]
      Davorin Jenko and Stevan St. Mokranjac. Biographical Fragments. A Contribution to Cultural Rememberance [1]