https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/issue/feed MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY 2022-12-30T02:18:12+00:00 Open Journal Systems <p>Journal <em>Muzikologija-Musicology</em> (ISSN 1450-9814, eISSN 2406-0976) is a peer-reviewed academic journal established in 2001 that promotes contemporary Serbian musicological and ethnomusicological research in international circles; at the same time, by including contributions of eminent foreign scholars, it has become an important and reliable source on contemporary musicological ethnomusicological scientific tendencies and knowledge around the world. It is dedicated to the research of music as an aesthetical, cultural, historical and social phenomenon, with a primary focus on musicological and ethnomusicological research. The Journal also welcomes approaches from diverse scientific disciplines (history, history of art and literature, ethnology, anthropology, sociology, comunicology, semiotics, music pshychology etc.) as well as interdisciplinary projects.<br />Three sections make up the backbone of the magazine. The <em>Main Theme</em> contains original articles related to a specific musicological or ethnomusicological topic. The <em>Varia</em> section contains scientific studies from a wider circle of thematic areas relevant to the artistic, vernacular, and ecclesiastical music traditions. The third section – <em>Scientific Reviews and Polemics</em> – comprises reviews of various musicological and ethnomusicological publications and reports on scientific meetings.<br />Until 2011 the journal was published annually. Due to an increasing interest among local and international contributors, the Editorial Board decided to start publishing two issues per year (June and December), both in print and in open access digital format.<br />The Journal is indexed in the <a href="https://mjl.clarivate.com/search-results">Web of Science</a> , SCOPUS, <a href="https://kanalregister.hkdir.no/publiseringskanaler/erihplus/periodical/info.action?id=490848">ERIH PLUS</a>, <a href="https://doaj.org/toc/2406-0976?source=%7B%22query%22%3A%7B%22bool%22%3A%7B%22must%22%3A%5B%7B%22terms%22%3A%7B%22index.issn.exact%22%3A%5B%221450-9814%22%2C%222406-0976%22%5D%7D%7D%5D%7D%7D%2C%22size%22%3A100%2C%22sort%22%3A%5B%7B%22created_date%22%3A%7B%22order%22%3A%22desc%22%7D%7D%5D%2C%22_source%22%3A%7B%7D%2C%22track_total_hits%22%3Atrue%7D">DOAJ</a> , <a href="https://www.proquest.com/docview/196756045/EE3768572904494PQ/2">ProQuest</a> , <a href="http://www.doiserbia.nb.rs/journal.aspx?issn=1450-9814">DoiSerbia</a>, RILM, and in the <a href="https://mpn.gov.rs/nauka/nauka-i-istrazivanje-u-srbiji/kategorizacija-naucnih-casopisa/">List of Scientific Journals Categorization of Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development of the Republic of Serbia</a> (M24). </p> <p><br />Publisher: Institute of Musicology of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Belgrade, Serbia</p> <p>Address: Knez Mihailova 36/IV, 11000 Beograd, Republika Srbija</p> <p>Contact: journal.musicology@gmail.com</p> https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/55 “Well… if the Professor Told You so… Who am I to Disagree?”. The Impact of Academia on Community Knowledge and a Strategy from the Archive 2022-12-29T23:29:51+00:00 Pedro Félix pedro.felix@dglag.gov.pt <p>The impact of academia on cultural heritage is yet to be scrutinised. The intangible cultural heritage (ICH) constitutes a particularly fragile domain because it is so open to the influence of researchers and bodies of reputation, such as the experts hired for the production of a diplomatic file such as the UNESCO candidacy. In the beginning of the article I offer the institutional overview of ICH and its Portuguese subsidiary. In the second part of the article I detail the European project HeritaMus and its underlying conceptual framework, which was designed to document ICH and tangible cultural assets, creating a simple tool for cooperative curation involving members of the fado community.</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/56 Sound Recordings and Karel Štrekelj: The Initiator of a New Approach to Folk Song Research in Slovenia 2022-12-29T23:46:45+00:00 Drago Kunej drago.kunej@zrc-sazu.si <p>The Slovenian philologist and folk song researcher Karel Štrekelj (1859–1812) was one of the first researchers in Slovenia to recognise the importance and usefulness of a new sound recording method. Based on a detailed study of archival documents and relevant literature, in this article I examine Štrekelj’s contribution to folk music research using a new technical device and introducing a new method of sound documentation to field research. By placing his plans and efforts in a broader context of folk song research, one concludes that Štrekelj was more ambitious and forward-thinking than many other researchers at the time.</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/57 Managing Karadeniz Music Archive (KARMA): Foundations, Improvements, and Current Applications 2022-12-30T00:05:51+00:00 Abdullah Akat abdullahakat@istanbul.edu.tr Özgün Arda Nural karma@trabzon.edu.tr <p>KARMA, founded in Trabzon (Türkiye) in 2011, brings together audio-visual archival materials from the Black Sea hinterland. The goal of this article is to promote the epistemological and institutional background and actions of KARMA with its short history, objectives, and current applications for digital preservation. In this context, we will present how KARMA adapts Latour’s actor-network theory, Deleuze and Guattari’s rhizome, and Akat's focus strategy model. We will also stress the importance of both micro and macro perspectives in order to understand the music cultures of the region through historical collections and new connections.</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/58 Preserving and Dissemination of Digitised Sound Heritage in Contemporary Times: The Potential of Blockchain Technology 2022-12-30T00:16:21+00:00 Dragana Stojanović dragana.stojanovic@fmk.edu.rs <p>Following recent technological changes, the archival profession will reach the moment of surpassing previously dominant mediaspheres, in which sounds and images were stored in traditionally located archives. This is not to say that traditional archives are not needed anymore – on the contrary. In this article, I will try to bring out the possibilities of upgrading traditional archives with the help of blockchain technology and to analyse the complex navigation between online market and commodification in the world of contemporary ethnomusicological contribution to sound heritage archiving.</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/59 Applied Musicology: A “manifesto”, and a case study of a lost cultural hub 2022-12-30T00:28:57+00:00 Ivana Medić ivana.medic@music.sanu.ac.rs <p>In this article I present a “manifesto” of the new discipline of applied musicology, which is closely related to the project Applied Musicology and Ethnomusicology in Serbia: Making a Difference in Contemporary Society (APPMES), supported by the Serbian Science Fund. Here I wish to outline some of the main aims and goals of this project and offer a broader insight into what applied musicology should strive to become. In the second part of the article, I present a case study of the Belgrade neighbourhood of Savamala where I conducted fieldwork before formulating the concept of applied musicology; nevertheless, this research is completely aligned with the aims and purposes of the new discipline, and it has helped me to turn my intuitive insights into a comprehensive theoretical concept.</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/60 Audiovisual Media in Public Ethnomusicology and Education: A Sardinian Experience 2022-12-30T00:41:31+00:00 Marco Lutzu marco.lutzu@unica.it <p>In recent decades, audiovisual media has been increasingly used in ethnomusicological research. If we consider how scholars use them, four main areas of application can be identified: 1) data analysis, 2) documentary films, 3) public ethnomusicology, 4) educational use.<br>This article presents some audiovisual products on traditional instrumental and vocal music as well as improvised sung poetry in Sardinia (Italy) on which I have worked over the last few years - including the visual representation of musical and poetic forms, and also audiovisual products for exhibitions, museums and multimedia encyclopaedias. My aim is to discuss the role played by ethnomusicologist in conceiving new strategies for the visual representation of the music of oral tradition in different productive contexts and audiovisual outputs.</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/61 Under Political and Market Pressures: The Staging of Operetta in Interwar Belgrade 2022-12-30T00:51:46+00:00 Ivana Vesić ivavesic@outlook.com <p>In this paper, I will focus on the reconstruction of the history of operetta companies established in interwar Belgrade. I gave priority to those ensembles that held regular performances for a longer period of time in the late 1920s and late 1930s. Aside from making a detailed overview of several more stable operetta theatres in Belgrade at the time, including their repertoire and leading artists, the attention will also be paid to uncovering the broader context of their work. The issues of state cultural policy and the rise of competitiveness inside the local spheres of culture and entertainment will also be discussed.</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/62 Arti Musices Pannoniarum – The Compositional Practice in Vojvodina in the Social-Historical and Musico-Historical Context 2022-12-30T01:00:56+00:00 Nemanja Sovtić nemanja.sovtic@gmail.com <p>In this paper, the territorial frameworks are set with the aim of forming a regional historical synthesis dedicated to the creation of art music in Vojvodina, a synthesis that differs from those offered in previous music historiographies. It can be said that the composers who greatly contributed to the development of the musical life of the Vojvodina communities in the interwar period have made modest contributions to the “local type” musical modernism. In the second half of the 20th century, they were involved in determining the place of “new music” within modernism and realism in the Cold War period. The Serbian National Theatre, the Association of Composers of Vojvodina and the Academy of Arts in Novi Sad gave support to compositional practice in Vojvodina after the Second World War.</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/63 The Presence of Computers in Yugoslav Popular Music of the Second Half of the 1980s 2022-12-30T01:09:55+00:00 Milan Milojković milanmuz@gmail.com <p>This article is the result of my research of Yugoslav pop music discography in the second half of the 1980s, focused on the processes of implementation of digital musical instruments and general-purpose computers into music production – as original sound sources or replacements for acoustic instruments, as well as poetic metaphors and elements of graphic design of record covers. Based on the data available from recording staff listings, interviews with musicians/producers and the listening experience, the paper covers the most prominent examples of aforementioned practices.</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/64 On the Meaning of the Chordophone Musical Instruments in the Scenes of the Mocking of Christ in Serbian Medieval Art 2022-12-30T01:19:41+00:00 Anđela Gavrilović andjela.gavrilovic@f.bg.ac.rs <p>This article examines the sacral meaning of the chordophone musical instruments in the scenes of the Mocking of Christ in Serbian medieval art (1166–1459), preserved only in two monumental ensembles – in the church of Christ Pantokrator in Dečani Monastery (1338–1339) and in the church of the Holy Archangels Gabriel and Michael in Lesnovo (1346–1347). The instruments in question are one cithara (Byzantine lyre) and one psaltery. Selected examples of the comparative material, as well as the written sources, prove that these musical instruments symbolically point to Christ’s suffering.</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/65 The Process of Shaping Stage Folk Music through the Prism of the Development of Folk Dance Choreography 2022-12-30T01:30:21+00:00 Vesna Bajić Stojiljković vesnaetno@gmail.com <p>Understanding the historical processes in the shaping of stage folk music raises an important question about the application of traditional music in stage choreographic works. Since the 1930s in Serbia, the history of music and dance was created by prominent individuals, musicians and composers, initiated by the work of choreographers such as Maga Magazinović, Russian artists, and later by many domestic performing artists gathered around cultural and artistic societies and the National ensemble “Kolo”. In this article, all available data relevant for the consideration of stage folk music as a specific genre will be presented along with the stage folk dance, precisely through the form of folk dance choreography (FDC), whose developmental path was hinted at since the end of the 19th century. Defining and understanding dance music, that is, music for FDC, opens new horizons in re-examining the process of forming stage folk music in our region.</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/66 (Re)examining the Relationship between Music and Dance from the Perspective of Learning and Memorizing Folk Dance Choreography 2022-12-30T01:40:46+00:00 Maja Krasin Matić m.krasin85@gmail.com <p>This article contributes to the study of the relationship between music and dance through the elaboration of questions such as: how music and dance coexist in the perception of the performer; whether dance is always inseparable from music or it becomes independent from it in formal learning conditions; whether music influences learning and memorising the choreography of the folk dance. Incorporating aspects of cognitive research into the study fields of ethnomusicology and ethnochoreology creates fertile ground for (re)examining previous opinions about the relationship between music and dance, as well as the need for future interdisciplinary research of the process of learning and remembering choreography as an art form.</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/72 Selena Rakočević (1971–2022) 2022-12-30T02:18:12+00:00 Katarina Nikolić nikolic.katarina.995@gmail.com <p>In Memoriam</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/67 Biljana Milanović, Melita Milin and Danka Lajić Mihajlović (Eds.), Music in Postsocialism: Three Decades in Retrospect. 2022-12-30T01:47:25+00:00 Nicolae Gheorghiță naegheorghita@hotmail.com <p>Book review</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/68 Elodie A. Roy and Eva Moreda Rodríguez (Eds.), Phonographic Encounters: Mapping Transnational Cultures of Sound, 1890–1945 2022-12-30T01:52:32+00:00 Marija Maglov marijamaglov@gmail.com <p>Book review</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/69 Urlich Morgenstern and Ardian Ahmedaja (Eds.), Playing Multipart Music: Solo and Ensemble Traditions in Europe. European Voices IV. 2022-12-30T01:57:26+00:00 Zorana Guja Dražeta zoranaethno@gmail.com <p>Book review</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/70 Dóra Pál-Kovács and Vivien Szőnyi (Eds.), Thе Mystery of Movement. Studies in Honor of János Fügedi / A mozgás misztériuma. Tanulmányok Fügedi János tiszteletére 2022-12-30T02:07:43+00:00 Katarina Nikolić nikolic.katarina.995@gmail.com <p>Book review</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY https://muzikologija-musicology.com/index.php/MM/article/view/71 Мирјана Белић Корочкин Давидовић и Радивоје Давидовић, Енрико Јосиф: виђења и сновиђења. 2022-12-30T02:13:36+00:00 Marija Golubović masa.dj.golubovic@gmail.com <p>Book review</p> 2022-12-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 MUZIKOLOGIJA-MUSICOLOGY