Primary-Process Transformations in Music or Discourse About the Ineffable
Muzikologija (2015) , No. 19, pp. 157-176

Every artist or the recipient of a work of art temporarily detaches himself or herself from objective reality through a process that psychoanalysts call regression. They unconsciously (re)construct the experiential world using verbal, visual or auditory form depending on the ...

"We are not a Female Band, We are a BAND!": Female Performance as a Model of Gender Transgression in Serbian Popular Music
Muzikologija (2015) , No. 19, pp. 135-156

Instrumental performance, leadership, and authorship by women in music has historically been subjected to various repressive regimes, while many of the prejudices and restrictions regarding female musicking can still be discerned in contemporary popular music practices in Serbia. These mechanisms ...

"Review of Music": Forgotten Musical Magazine of Inter-War Belgrade
Muzikologija (2015) , No. 19, pp. 119-133

The monthly magazine "Review of Music" was published six times in Belgrade from January to June 1940. Each edition comprised thirty-two pages, half of which were devoted to a sheet-music supplement, popular compositions of the time for voice and piano. ...

Chanting of the Inner Space: On Symphonic and Concertante Works by Milorad Marinkovic
Muzikologija (2015) , No. 19, pp. 83-117

The opus of contemporary Serbian composer Milorad Marinkovic (b. 1976), which encompasses works of choral, chamber, concertante and symphony music, leans towards classical forms of artistic music, Serbian folklore music, and Serbian Orthodox church chant. This paper deals with pieces ...

Music, Dance and Memory. Towards Deliberation of Field Research of Dance
Muzikologija (2015) , No. 19, pp. 51-64

Although ethnochoreology and ethnomusicology as related academic disciplines have decades-long histories, reviewing and redefining their basic epistemological and methodological principles remained one of the main focuses of disciplinary discussion. Most ethnochoreologists and ethnomusicologist agrees that "field" work (in all its ...

Early Ukrainian-Belarusian-Polish Traditional Melo-Massif: Interethnic Wedding Macro-Areas
Muzikologija (2015) , No. 19, pp. 23,27-49

Through rhythm-typological analysis and cartography the author has detected a similarity in the typological structure of early traditional musical forms belonging to agricultural and wedding genres on the territory which unites Ukraine, Belarus (within its ethnic area at the beginning ...

Globalisation and Western Music Historiography
Muzikologija (2015) , No. 19, pp. 9-21

Globalisation of musicology and music history aims to fuse the divisions created during Western music's acme, and is referred to as "post-European historical thinking". Therefore, "post" and "pre" European historical thinking have much in common. One aspect of this process ...

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The Journal of Musicology was established in 2000 by the Institute of Musicology of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts with the aim of exploring Serbian cultural heritage and presenting it to the local and international expert audiences. With an interdisciplinary orientation, the journal was open from the start to looking at national music history in a broader cultural context. This is why, in addition to musicologists and ethnomusicologists, many historians and theoreticians of art and literature have contributed to the journal.

Publisher Srpska Akademija Nauka i Umetnosti, Muzikoloskog Institut
Country Serbia
ISSN (Print) 1450-9814
Indexed 394 articles
Licence Open Access

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