Floating Images of Yugoslavism on the Pages of Family Music Albums
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For scholars of Serbian nationalism in the early twentieth century Yugoslavism remains a perpetual conundrum. Many cultural practices, discourses and artefacts produced in the decades that preceded and followed the First World War are germane to a study of Serbian nationalism, but are at the same time connected to the ideology of Yugoslavism, thus making it hard to distinguish where Serbian nationalism ends and Yugoslav nationalism begins. Furthermore, the ultimate triumph of the Serbian nationalistic project resulted in a Kingdom of Yugoslavia (initially known officially as the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes), ruled by the Serbian royal dynasty of Karađorđević, coincidently ending the history of the Kingdom of Serbia and for the first time unifying the purported extent of Serbian national territory.
Keywords:Serbian Music / Yugoslavia / Family Music Albums
Source:Serbian Music: Yugoslav Contexts, 2014, 165-186
- Belgrade : Institute of Musicology SASA
- Serbian musical identities within local and global frameworks: traditions, changes, challenges (RS-177004)
- This book has been published thanks to the financial support of the Ministry of education, science and technological development of the Republic of Serbia.