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SERBIAN MUSIC CULTURE

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Tea Vejnovic

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SERBIAN MUSIC CULTURE
Following the historical journey from feudal times to very beginnings of modern music
SERBIAN MUSIC CULTURE
Verb - PIETI -to sing/to dance/to act
Noun - PIESN -song/story telling/dance
PHILOLOGY
Verb - PLINSIAN = dancing
Noun - IGRECH = folk singers/minstrels
-Sclavus saltans-
Testimony and Scientific Literature
Strabo "Geographica" , 20 BC
Arabian and Persian travel writers
Theophylact Simocatta, 7 AC
Slavic religion and pagan rituals
SKOMRASI
first feudal musicians
-complex practise
-itinerant musicians
-imitators
-included in the Code of King Dushan
-low social status
-participated in Palace and the public national celebrations
-critics of the ruling class
-persecuted by the church
MEDIEVAL
INSTRUMENTS

Minhenski psaltir - Minhen Psalter
Beogradska Aleksandrida-Belgrade Aleksandride
Frescoes in monasteries
Rich music terminology
Europe - occidental
Byzantine Serbia
-skomrasi/minstrels
-palace ceremonies
-music for war
-religious music

-secular music
Niceforas Gregoras 14th century testimony
Epic songs
Turkish occupation and migrations
XV century migrations
Location: Southern Hungary
Music in
official use
Sacred Music
music ART
Loud voice chanting
Atypical tonal basis
Kolo
Common instruments
Diplomatic legations
Testimony
Salomon Schweiger
Legation of Rudolf II
Testimony from 1576.
Musical chapel of
Belgrade Beglerbeg
M. Quiclet Testimony, 1658.
Travel writer from France
Hilandar Monastery
12th century epoch - King Stefan Nemanja
Creators of spiritual songs and preserved manuscripts
Monks, monastery founders
Jovan Kukuzelj
Born in 14th century
Notation Reform
ecphonetic signs
8-10th century
Kir Stefan Srbin
Psaltikija - Psaltichia 16th century
International Arts Festival

Ruidalsud, Bari 2015
76 villages in monastery property
Saint Sava - Founder of Hilandar
Athonite chanting
Russian
Serbian
Bulgarian
Greek
Georgian
versions
Poeti-melodi:
The Byzantine lyrics maker was also music maker
- Jovan Kukuzelj -
The most important creator of
slavic-byzantine religious music
Chose the monastic life
Reform of music theory
Founder of new system of musical notation
"Whipcord" for singers
paleobyzantine notation
10-12th century
mediobyzantine notation 12-15th century
neobyzantine - Kukuzelj Notation
Musical life in 18th century
Bourgeois culture
Folk culture
Slepacka akademija - Blind Academy
Monastery heritage
Karlovci Chant
Belgrade and Vojvodina
Zaharije Orfelin
Music in 19th century
Vuk Stefanovic Karadzic
serbian folk poetry
serbian folk melodies
translation
transciption
publishing
1815.
Reign of Prince Milosh
-Turkish influence
Mustafa oberlauter
-Reformation of music
Josif Schlesienger
Knjazesko-srbska banda - Serbian band
The Schlesiengers!
music for theatre
(piece with signing)
version of Singspiel
Theatre Joakim Vujic
Nikola Djurkovic -patriotic, civic and folk songs
Revolutionary songs
First Choral Societies 1838-
Creation of first local
music terminology
in place of german language
Czech musicians
Civic, folk,craftsman and labor Choral Societies
Kornelije Stankovic
First professional musician/Cult
-transcription and publishing

-piano music, choral music, songs

religious chants
folk songs

-complex forms
-sensuality in music
-urbanized folklore
-first opera
Belgrade Style
National romanticism
Stanislav Binicki, Petar Krstic, Bozidar Joksimovic, Vladimir Djordjevic
Pro-european romanticism
Petar Stojanovic
Josif Marinkovic
Stevan Stojanovic Mokranjac
Rukoveti
Liturgy
Opelo
Kolo
Choral music with piano
Patriotic national hymns
20th century music
Petar Konjovic
Miloje Milojevic
Stevan Hristic

Music in between two wars
Josip Slavenski
Expressionism in serbian music
The Prague Group
First graduated Composition student - Ljubica Maric
Operas, ballets, Music critics
Stylistic pluralism
Thank you for attention!

Grazie mille !

If you want to go fast, go alone
If you want to go far
go together
Dorotea Vejnovic
PhD of Music Composition

University of Belgrade
E-mail: teavejnovic@yahoo.com
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