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Новe културално-фестивалскe перспективe у Хрватској и Србији као резултат друштвено-политичке трансформације музичког фестивала у СФРЈ (Од Југославенске музичке трибине, преко Трибине музичког стваралаштва Југославије, до Глазбене трибине Опатија/Међународне глазбене трибине и Међународне трибине композитора)
(Београд : Факултет музичке уметности, 2018)
The subject of this paper is the relation between the music festival as social event and circumstances in the context of the Yugoslav political regime. I tried to demonstrate strong relation of the music life and the ...
Ethnomusicological Researches in Šumadija
(Brčko : Association for Fostering of the Serb Cultural- Historical Heritage Baštinar, 2007)
Šumadija is nowadays defined as a geographical area in central Serbia, between the rivers Sava and Danube in the north, Velika Morava in the cast, Zapadna Morava in the south, Kolubara in the west and the Kamenica - Čemernica ...
Questioning the Possibility of Revitalising Traditional Rural Songs in Topola, Serbia
(Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Press, 2010)
This chapter will explore the possibility of reviving the Serbian musical tradition in the city of Topola in Šumadija, Serbia’s central region. I will draw upon a singing workshop that I gave to, and that informed a field ...
Annual concerts of cultural-artistic associations in Serbia : the clash of two different Concepts of professionalization
(Belgrade : Faculty of Music, 2016)
In this paper two concepts of professionalization are observed within a unique cultural context: the annual concept of the cultural-artistic society (KUD) in a small town in central Serbia. It is about the conception 1) ...
Rural musical culture of migrants from Dinaric regions settled in central Serbia
(Braşov : ‘Henri Coandă’ Air Force Academy Publishing House, 2016)
Specific culture of the inhabitants of the Dinaric mountains region in the Western Balkans has already been observed primarily by ethnographers, antropogeographers and historians, and in recent times also by ethnomusicologists. ...
Echoes of a Distant Past: Serbian Piano Music Inspired by the Orthodox Tradition
(London : University of London, Goldsmiths Centre for Russian MusicBelgrade : Institute of Musicology SASA, 2020)
Patterns of music taste as markers of sociocultural transformation in Serbia between the two world wars: The example of Jovan Frajt's music publications
(Belgrade : Faculty of Music, 2014)
The available printed scores form Jovan Frajt's collection, as well as the preserved fragments of his catalogue, are analysed thoroghly. The results of the analysis are explained in depth using the published statistical ...
Identities expressed through practice of kaval playing and building in Serbia in 1990s
(Belgrade : SASA : Institute of Musicology of SASA, 2012)
This paper discusses the circumstances under which the building and playing of the kaval became topical in Serbia (Belgrade) at the end of twentieth century: the work of the Byzantine choir “Saint John of Damascus” and ...
On Missed Opportunities: The International Review of Composers in Belgrade and the “Postsocialist Condition”
(Belgrade : Institute of Musicology SASA, 2020)
In this article we observe the history of the International Review of Composers in Belgrade, the most enduring annual festival of contemporary art music in Serbia, founded in 1992. We have borrowed the syntagm ‘postsocialist ...
Toward the Typology of Traditional Instrumental Music of Serbia
(Praha : Etnologický ústav Akademie věd České republiky, v.v.i., 2017)
This paper contains an overview of the research on traditional instrumental music in Serbia with a special focus on the latent ideas regarding typology. Namely, in comparison with traditional songs, instrumental music has ...