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      A bilingual musical manuscript from the Department of old books of Matica srpska Library (a contribution to Serbian-Greek chanting connections) [1]
      A composer’s inner biography: A sketch for the study of influences in Ljubica Marić’s oeuvre [1]
      A Contribution to Researching Russian-Serbian Connections in Sacral and Court Painting and Architecture through the Opera of Russian Emigrants in Serbia between the World Wars: Examples of Adopting Russian Models [1]
      A critical review of the most important sources on Dimitris Mitropoulos 1896-1960 [1]
      A few Thesis on Moderate(d) Modernism and Tradition [1]
      A few Thesis on Moderated Modernism and Tradition [1]
      A Mission of the Russian House in Belgrade : Cultural Policy and Music (1933-1941) [1]
      A Music History with Love? The Hits, the Cults, and the Snobs [1]
      A National Perspective and International Threads to Postmodernism at the Fifth Hellenic Week of Contemporary Music [1]
      A New Interdisciplinary Approach to the Study of the Origins of Traditional Polyphony [1]
      A Peasant’s Interview with a Foreign Journalist by Predrag Milošević in Relation to the Question of Socialist Realism in Serbian Music History [1]
      A Russian Triodion Sticherarion From the Late 12th Century – MS Hilandar 307 [1]
      A song that will not die: Shifting symbolism in the interpretation of two sanguineous operas [1]
      About songs called brojenica from Gornja Jasenica: Typology [1]
      About the melodic type of the song Čubro maro and about its geographical diffusion [1]
      Acoustic vessels as an expression of medieval music tradition in Serbian sacred architecture [1]
      African American jazz singers and the politics of identity in the 1960s: the case of Nina Simone [1]
      Afroameričke džez pevačice i politike identiteta u SAD 60-ih godina prošlog veka: slučaj Nine Simon [1]
      After The Golden Period: Opera of the Belgarde National Theatre (1971–2011) [1]
      After Zero Hour: States as “Custodians of Universal Human Culture,” or “Guardians of Advanced Art” [1]