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      The Appearance of Concept Albums in Yugoslav Popular Music: Kamen na kamen - Long Play Records [1]
      The Balkans as the Core of European Civilization? Kosta P. Manojlović’s collaboration with the Balkanski institut [Institute for Balkan Studies] in Belgrade (1934–1941) [1]
      The Beginning and the end of the Golden Period of Opera of the National Theatre in Belgrade [1]
      The Beginnings of Serbian Music Historiography: Serbian Music Periodicals Between the World Wars [1]
      The Best of : umetnička muzika u PGP-u [1]
      The challenge of soundscape studies: Towards postmusicology [1]
      The Coexistence of Older and Newer Two-Part Folk Singing in the Village of Prekonoga (Southeastern Serbia) as an Example of Bimusicality [1]
      The Collage-Shaped Worlds of Gustav Mahler's Rückert Symphonies [1]
      The Communication and Analogies between Music and Image: Dragutin Gostuški’s Theory of the Screen [1]
      The Correspondence of Kornelije Stanković – Research Review of the Letters from the Serbian Archive [1]
      The creation of folk music program on Radio Belgrade before World War Two: Editorial policies and performing ensembles [1]
      The Dream of the East: The Sound of Kaval and Visions of Serbian Homeland [1]
      The Entertainer and the Social Critic: Dušan Radić and His Balada o mesecu lutalici [Ballad of the Vagabond Moon] [1]
      The Establishing of a Professional Folk Orchestra in the Interwar period in Belgrade [1]
      The Expansion of Time and Space in Franz Schubert’s Sonata in A Minor D. 845 [1]
      The importance of Digitization of Music Collection at Institute of Musicology Sasa [1]
      The influence of the singer’s personality on traditional singing practice: Young vs. old [1]
      The Interpretation of Artistic Practices in Gramsci’s Discourse: Towards the Gramscian Analysis of Music of Modern and Postmodern Times [1]
      The multifaceted artistic activity of Predrag Milosevic (1904-1988) [1]
      The Phonoarchive of the Institute of Musicology SASA: A Product and a Protagonist of the State Science and Cultural Policy [1]