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Byzantine Church Music Between tradition and Innovation
(Finland : The International Society for Orthodox Church Music, 2018)
There is hardly any relevant musicological and theological literature regarding the content and meaning of terms such as canon and Holy Tradition, on the one hand, and creativity and innovation in connection with ecclesiastical ...
Communion songs not regulated by the typicon in the recent tradition of Serbian church singing / Tipikom nepropisane pričasne pesme u novijoj tradiciji srpskog crkvenog pojanja
(Музикологија / Musicology, 2004)
In notated collections of Serbian church hymns from the 19th and 20th century there are, among others, communion songs with texts that were not regulated by the Typicon. These so-called "arbitrary communion songs" have ...
On the orthodox church melos: A contribution to the typology of church chant / O napevu u pravoslavnom crkvenom pojanju - prilog tipologiji crkvenih napeva
(Музикологија / Musicology, 2003)
Many unresolved questions related to post-Byzantine church chanting present obstacles to understanding some aspects of church music since the 19th century. One of those problems concerns the need for strict definitions of ...
The "Serbian" Sung Word. A Contribution to Demystification of the Term Folk in the Phrase Serbian Folk Church Singing
(Belgrade : Institute of Musicology Serbian Academy of Sciences and ArtsJoensuu : International Society for Orthodox Church Music, 2017)
During the 19th century, monophonic church chanting in the Serbian Church received a complex name made up of the terms Serbian, Orthodox, ecclesiastical and folk. These epithets were never the subject of a thorough ...
On the multicultural and intercultural approach to interpreting singing traditions of orthodox peoples in the Balkans: The case of 'Greek' and 'Western European' school in Byzantine musicology / O multikulturalnom i interkulturalnom pristupu u tumačenju pojačke tradicije pravoslavnih naroda na Balkanu - slučaj 'Grčke' i 'zapadnoevropske' škole u vizantološkoj muzikologiji
The paper follows the problem of a possible realization of the concept of multiculturalism and interculturalism on the example of two scientific schools in young Byzantine musicology: 'Eastern - Greek' and 'Western' with ...
Word and melody in the opus of Momčilo and Svetomir Nastasijević / Reč i melodija u stvaralaštvu Momčila i Svetomira Nastasijevića
(Музикологија / Musicology, 2013)
In the house of artistically gifted family Nastasijević where renowned Belgrade artists used to gather together during the twenties and thirties of the previous century, music was nothing but an excuse for regular meetings. ...
The Structural Transformation of the Sphere of Musical Amateurism in Socialist Yugoslavia : a Case Study of the Beogradski Madrigalisti Choir
(Belgrade : Department of Musicology, Faculty of Music Art, 2018)
In this paper we focused on investigating how the sphere of musical amateurism functioned in Yugoslavia in the decades following the end of WWII. Observing through changes in the role and significance of amateur music ...
The traditions of orthodox music: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Orthodox Church Music, and the Second International Conference organized by ISOCM: Composing and Chant in the Orthodox Church / The traditions of orthodox music: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Orthodox Church Music i Druga Međunarodna konferencija u organizaciji ISOCM - komponovanje i pojanje u Pravoslavnoj crkvi
(Музикологија / Musicology, 2007)
Kosta P. Manojlović and Narratives on “Southern Serbia”
(Belgrade : Institute of Musicology SASA, 2017)
In this article I will discuss interwar narratives on “Southern Serbia” in the context of music practices, specifically referring to the activities of Kosta Manojlović as music scholar, collector of folk songs, and composer. ...