Simonida & Na Liparu
Muzikologija (2012) Vol. 12, No. 13, pp. 199-204


Table of Contents
Muzikologija (2012) Vol. 12, No. 13, pp. I,II


Ibsen's "Danse Macabre": The importance of auditory elements in Henrik Ibsen's drama "John Gabriel Borkman"
Muzikologija (2012) Vol. 12, No. 13, pp. 163-180

In the drama "John Gabriel Borkman" Ibsen attributes great importance to sounds. The contrast between presence and absence of sounds, other sound effects and especially the "Danse Macabre" played on the piano emphasize the drama's eerie atmosphere. "Danse Macabre" can ...

Baroque references in works of Vlastimir Trajkovic
Muzikologija (2012) Vol. 12, No. 13, pp. 141-162

The article examines Baroque references in three Trajkovic''s compositions: Arion, Le nuove musiche per Chitarra ed Archi op. 8 (1979), Le retour des zéphyres ou "Zefiro torna" op. 25 (2001) and solo song Renoveau from the cycle Cinq poèmes de ...

The reception of Soviet music in the west: A history of sympathy and misunderstandings
Muzikologija (2012) Vol. 12, No. 13, pp. 125-137

In this concise survey, the evolution of Western attitudes to Soviet music is retraced: from a certain interest in the early Soviet avant-garde, through "Cold War" attempts to keep alive the works banned under Stalin, to the support of the ...

Gubaidulina, misunderstood
Muzikologija (2012) Vol. 12, No. 13, pp. 101-123

Since the early 1980s Sofia Gubaidulina has received numerous accolades, and her music has been performed and recorded worldwide. However, the critics' reaction to her works has often been resoundly negative. In particular, Western critics have been baffled by Gubaidulina's ...

Arthur Lourié and his conception of revolution
Muzikologija (2012) Vol. 12, No. 13, pp. 79-100

Arthur Lourié's conception of revolution (political as well as cultural) is explored through his writings, with particular emphasis on its evolution from his Russian period to his Parisian and American exiles. Analyzing Lourié's Eurasianist views specifically I argue that through ...

Trumpeting through the iron curtain: The breakthrough of jazz in socialist Yugoslavia
Muzikologija (2012) Vol. 12, No. 13, pp. 53-77

During the Cold War, jazz became a powerful propaganda weapon in the battle for "hearts and minds". As early as the 1950s, the American administration began its Cold War "jazz campaign", by broadcasting the popular jazz radio show Music USA ...


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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