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ON THE MULTIPART SINGING IN THE RELIGIOUS PRACTICE OF ORTHODOX GREEKS AND SERBS: THE THEOLOGICAL-CULTUROLOGICAL DISCOURSE
Muzikologija (2014) Vol. 14, No. 17, pp. 129-154

In 1844, Serbian patriarch Josif Rajacic served two central annual Liturgies, at the feasts of Pasha and Penticost, in the Greek church of Holy Trinity in Vienna. The appearance of new music in several orthodox temples in Habsburg Monarchy (including ...

THE STATE OF RESEARCH ON CHURCH CHANT IN MEDIEVAL SERBIA
Muzikologija (2014) Vol. 14, No. 16, pp. 131-154

The Byzantine-musicological studies in Serbia during the last few decades have been at an unsatisfactory level. The fact that Serbian musicologists have not exhibited much interest in exploring this research area could be somewhat justified by the fact that its ...