Articles about Josip Slavenski

On the Paths of Béla Bartók's Modernism Followers and Companians: Josip Slavenski and Marko Tajcevic
Muzikoloski Zbornik (2016) Vol. 52, No. 1, pp. 27-40

The main aim of this paper is to re-examine the modalities of Béla Bartók's influence as a composer during the first half of the 20th century to the main, dominantly "nationally" oriented style in the former Yugoslavia, focusing on two ...

Balkan kao simbol kulture u srpskoj muzici prve polovine XX veka
Muzikologija (2008) , No. 8, pp. 17-26

The focus on the internalization of Western images in the Balkans has special significance in researching Serbian art. The functioning of Balkanism as it overlapped and intersected with Orientalism is indicated in the text by an examination of the cases ...

Istok-Zapad u polemickom kontekstu srpske umetnosti izmedu dva svetska rata
Muzikologija (2005) , No. 5, pp. 119-129

This article represents a fragment of the author's doctoral dissertation "Serbian Music at the Crossroads of the East and the West? On the Dialogue between the Traditional and the Modern in Serbian Music between the Two World Wars" (the review ...

"Tonovi naricanja, melanholije i divljine" - Zenitisticka pobuna i muzika
Muzikologija (2005) , No. 5, pp. 131-144

The aim of writing this article is to analyse how the articles published by "Zenith" magazine (1921-1926) reflected the role of modern music within the framework of Zenithism - a movement relating to Dadaism and Futurism. The founder of the ...