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8th International Symposium “Music in Society”

Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Academy of Music in Sarajevo organized the 8th International Symposium “Music in Society”, from 8-11 November 2012. Like previous years, the sessions were arranged according to areas: Musicology, Ethnomusicology and Music Pedagogy. Symposium languages were English, Bosnian, Croatian and Serbian.

 

Topics were as follows:

1. Musicology

Music in Society: Aspects of researching music of small nations

2. Ethnomusicology

Music in Society: Ethnomusicological approach

3. Music Pedagogy

Creative transfer in Contemporary Music Education.

 

Journal for Music Culture “Music” – New Issue

It is our pleasure to present you the new issue of Journal for Music Culture “Music”, with its editor-in-chief Dr. Fatima Hadžić. Editorial team would like to thank the authors who have contributed to the I/2021 issue: Stanislav Tuksar, Sara Ries, Alma Trtovac Dedeić, Danijela Zdravić Mihailović, Marko Milenković, Ozrenka Bjelobrk Babić, Lana Šehović Paćuka, Fatima Hadžić and Ivan Čavlović. Visual identity of this issue is created by graphic designer Adnan Suljkanović.

Journal for Music Culture “Music”, the only international journal for musicology in Bosnia and Herzegovina, was established in 1997 by the Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Academy of Music of the Sarajevo University. It has been indexed in the Répertoire International de Litérature Musicale (RILM); the European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS); EBSCO Information Services; CEEOL (Central and East European Open Library).

The current issue is available HERE

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Now online: ZBORNIK.MAS.UNSA.BA

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Dear authors and readers,

We are happy to announce that the OJS online platform of our 23-year young journal “Music in Society” The Collection of Papers is now fully operational at zbornik.mas.unsa.ba!

 

We are proud that the first publication on the platform is our latest issue:

The 11th Collection of Papers “Music in Society”

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Edited by Dr. Amra Bosnić, Dr. Nerma Hodžić-Mulabegović, Dr. Naida Kuljuh

Publishers:

Academy of Music, University of Sarajevo

Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sarajevo, 2020.

ISSN: 2303-5722 (Print)

ISSN: 2744-1261 (Online)

ISBN 978-9958-689-27-7 (Muzička akademija Univerziteta u Sarajevu)

ISBN 978-9926-8541-0-2 (Muzikološko društvo Federacije BiH)

COBISS.BH-ID 41947398

Indexed in:

RILM Répertoire International de Littérature Musicale

EBSCO Music Index with Full Text

 

 

In addition, on the platform you can also find the 10th issue of the Collection of Papers, while the previous editions will be uploaded in the coming months.

Also, please keep in mind that the Call for Papers for the 12th Collection of Papers “Music in Society” will be announced during this week!

Thank you for your continuing interest in the publications of the Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Academy of Music of the University of Sarajevo!

 

Editorial Team

Collection of Papers “Music in Society”

 

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In Memoriam: Ivan Čavlović (Kruhari, 20 August 1949 – Sarajevo, 14 May 2021)

The Academy of Music at the University of Sarajevo and the Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina regret to inform colleagues, friends and the general public that Dr. Ivan Čavlović, emeritus of the University of Sarajevo, passed away on May 14, 2021 in Sarajevo at the age of 72. He was a musicologist, music theorist, music publicist, active composer, professor, and former dean of the Academy of Music. He was also one of the founders and the first president of the Musicological Society of FBiH.

Ivan Čavlović was born on August 20, 1949 in Kruhari, Sanski Most. He received his first lessons in music theory and church harmonium performance from his father, Ante, and Fr Alojzije Atlija, and then from his school music teachers, Sergej Beljajev and Stjepan Matanović. In elementary and secondary school, he played the trumpet and double bass in the KUD Grmeč orchestra, and played bass guitar in two bands: Bohemia, from Sanski Most, and Procol ferrum from Prijedor. He graduated in music at the Pedagogical Academy in Pula (1972), and then at the Academy of Music in Sarajevo (1977) in the Department of Music Theory and Pedagogy. He also completed a two-year piano program (1979) with Matusja Blum. He is a winner of the Golden Badge of Hasan Brkić, University of Sarajevo. He completed his postgraduate studies at the Academy of Music in Sarajevo (1983), defending his master’s thesis Sonata Form in the Works of J. S. Bach and the Application of Its Principles in Piano Sonatas by D. G. Scarlatti (with Prof. Nada Ludvig-Pečar). He also obtained a Doctorate of Musical Sciences at the Academy of Music in Sarajevo (1991) after defending his doctoral dissertation Compositional-Technical and Stylistic Characteristics of the Creative Work of Vlado S. Milošević (with Prof. Dr. Nikša Gligo).

He worked as a music teacher at the Elementary School in Stari Majdan near Sanski Most (1972–1973), and as a guitar teacher at the Elementary Music School in Vogošća (1976–1978). He started working at the Academy of Music of the University of Sarajevo since 1978, when he was a teaching assistant of the classes ‘Analysis of Musical Forms’ and ‘Analysis of Polyphonic Forms’ (with Prof. Vojin Komadina and Prof. Nada Ludvig-Pečar). In 2010, he passed all academic titles to become a full professor. From 2004 to 2016, he taught Music at the Academy of Performing Arts. He was the Dean of the Academy of Music at the University of Sarajevo from 2007 to 2016, when he retired. In 2016, he was elected to Professor Emeritus, as well as as a member of the Council for Science and Art of the University of Sarajevo.

From 28 May 1992 to 21 September 1995, he was a member of the Army of the Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. In this period, he would regularly dedicate his time between service on the frontline – in Sarajevo’s Dobrinja – to students. Together with Dean Faruk Sijarić and several other teachers, he managed to maintain the continuity of the teaching process at the Academy of Music in besieged Sarajevo.

He is one of the founders of the Musicological Society of FBiH (1997) and the founder of the Journal for Music Culture Muzika (1997), where he was editor-in-chief from 1997 to 2007. He was also one of the instigators of the Music in Society International Symposium in 1998. From the end of the 70’s and during the 80’s, he was active in the work of the Association of Composers of BiH. From 1985 to 1989 he ran the project Composers of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Data Processing at SOKOJ. From 1990 to 1991,With he prepared the project Fundamental Research for the History of Music in BiH (FIHM BiH 2010) with Prof. Dr. Ankica Petrović for the Academy of Arts and Sciences of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was taken over by the Musicological Society in 1997, and since 2004 has been the Institute of Musicology of the Academy of Music in Sarajevo. He also started the project Lexicon of Musicians in BiH (1999) and was the editor-in-chief of the published Alphabet of the Lexicon (2010). He is one of the founders of the Institute of Musicology (2004) and the Center for Music Education (2014) of the Academy of Music at the University of Sarajevo. He initiated the start of a doctoral study in the field of musical art in the Academy of Music at the University of Sarajevo; the first doctoral program in the arts in Bosnia and Herzegovina (2010).

In 2008 he started the May Music Festival of the Academy of Music in Sarajevo, and in 2011 he was one of the initiators of the Sarajevo Chamber Music Festival, organized by the Academy of Music in Sarajevo and the Manhattan String Quartet from New York.

He wrote over 200 academic and professional papers, monograph brochures, and journalistic articles. His nine books are of special importance for the musicology of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Musical Forms (1998), Vlado Milošević:Composer (2001), History of Music in Bosnia and Herzegovina (2011), Introduction to Musicology and Methodology of Academic Research (2004, 2012)), Musical Forms and Styles: Analysis of a Musical Work (2014), Essays on Music: A Sketch for a Social History of Music in Bosnia and Herzegovina (2015), Musical Portraits: Sources and Memories (2017), and The Science of Music in Bosnia and Herzegovina (2019). He received the Vlado Milošević Award from AMUS (2017) for his contribution to musicology and music journalism.

He had been active as a composer since 1979. Especially valuable in his oeuvre was a collaboration with the director Gojko Bijelac, from which, among other things, the play La Strada (1999) and music theatre piece Srebreničanke (2004) emerged. From 2016, he would regularly present his works for solo instruments, smaller and larger chamber ensembles, and string orchestras through concert performances.

 

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The new issue of the Journal for Music Culture Music is published!

It is our pleasure to present you the new issue of Journal for Music Culture Music, with its editor-in-chief Dr. Fatima Hadžić. The contributors for the II/2020 issue are: Amra Bosnić, Vjera Katalinić, Gordana Grujić, Harun Zulić, Jasmina Talam, Senad Kazić, Emina Vrpčić, Nerma Hodžić-Mulabegović, Naida Hukić and Ivan Čavlović Visual identity of this issue is created by graphic designer Adnan Suljkanović.

Journal for Music Culture Music, the only international journal for musicology in Bosnia and Herzegovina, was established in 1997 by the Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Academy of Music of the Sarajevo University. It has been indexed in the Répertoire International de Litérature Musicale (RILM); the European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS); EBSCO Information Services; CEEOL (Central and East European Open Library).

The current issue is available HERE

 

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The book “Female Identities in the Musical Life of Austro-Hungarian Sarajevo”, by Dr. Lana Paćuka, commended by the the Pauline Alderman Awards

The Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina is pleased to inform the public that The International Alliance for Women in Music, based in the United States, has announced the winners of The Pauline Alderman Awards for 2020 in the field of research that contributes to the importance and significance of a woman in the art of music.

The book Ženski identiteti u muzičkom životu austrougarskog Sarajeva [Female Identities in the Musical Life of Austro-Hungarian Sarajevo] (publisher: Academy Music, Musicology Institute, University of Sarajevo, 2019, design: Sandro Drinovac) Dr. Lana Paćuka, an Associate Professor of the Academy of Music, Univerisity of Sarajevo, was nominated for the PAA on behalf of the Musicological Society of FBiH. The book was awarded the title of “highly commended” (a work that receives special attention and recognition) with two publications backed by the Oxford University Press. Pauline Alderman Awards was established in 1985 by the International Alliance of Women in Music, as a recognition that pays tribute to one of the first musicologists in the world – Dr. Pauline Alderman (1893-1983).

Lana Paćuka is one of the younger generation of Bosnian musicologists and music writers. From 2014 until 2019 she was the editor-in-chief of the Journal for Music Culture Muzika, the only indexed musicological journal in Bosnia and Herzgeovina. She is currently holds the position of the head of the Department of Musicology and Ethnomusicology at the Academy of Music of the University of Sarajevo. She has presented scientific papers at symposia organized by the Musicological Society of FBiH, IMS and ICTM, in BiH, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Austria, Hungary and the Czech Republic. During 2019, she was part of the expert team for the inscription of sevdalinka on the UNESCO Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

Lana Paćuka has over 25 published scientific research papers, while the book Female Identities in the Musical Life of Austro-Hungarian Sarajevo [published in Bosnian], for which she received this acknowledgement, is the first and only musicological monograph in the country and region that deals with gender and the importance of women in music.

The book Female Identities in the Musical Life of Austro-Hungarian Sarajevo is available in the distribution of the Buybook bookstore.

 

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Journal for Music Culture Music – New Issue

It is our pleasure to present you the new issue of Journal for Music Culture Music, with its editor-in-chief Dr. Fatima Hadžić. Editorial team would like to thank the authors who have contributed to the I/2020 issue: Amila Ramović, Mirsada Zećo, Lejla Silajdžić, Snježana Đukić-Čamur, Milan Milojković, Tamara Karača Beljak, Jasmina Talam and Ivan Čavlović. Visual identity of this issue is created by graphic designer Adnan Suljkanović.

Journal for Music Culture Music, the only international journal for musicology in Bosnia and Herzegovina, was established in 1997 by the Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Academy of Music of the Sarajevo University. It has been indexed in the Répertoire International de Litérature Musicale (RILM); the European Reference Index for the Humanities and the Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS); EBSCO Information Services; CEEOL (Central and East European Open Library).

The current issue is available HERE

 

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CALL FOR PAPERS: Journal for Music Culture MUSIC

 

Editorial Board of the Journal for Music Culture Music invites authors to give their contribution to the journal.

Manuscripts should be submitted electronically, to the Editorial Board’s address: muzika@muzikolosko-drustvo.bano later than 15th of March 2021.

For more information please visit:

http://muzika.mas.unsa.ba/en/technical-instructions-for-contributors-to-journal-for-music-culture-music/

 

Musicological Society of FBH

Academy of Music, University of Sarajevo

ISSN: 1512-5297 (print)

ISSN: 2490-2489 (online)

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ACCESS: 12TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM “MUSIC IN SOCIETY”

The 12th International Symposium “Music in Society” will take place in the form of a Zoom webinar, which can be accessed via the link:

 

Topic: 12th international Symposium MUSIC IN SOCIETY

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89825590296?pwd=UVVKZmk0YmlVdEpmVWs5eGxrMDJuZz09

Passcode: 459869

Webinar ID: 898 2559 0296

Passcode: 459869

 

This link allows both participants and audiences to access the program. The same link is valid for all three days of the Symposium.

By launching the link, a window will appear with a space for entering first and last names, and an email address for possible verification.

Please enter your full name here, as it will appear on the screen that participants will see.

After accessing the session, please have the camera enabled, if you wish to participate in the discussion later.

At this stage you will be in audience member status, and you will not be able to play video and audio. Observers who wish to join the discussion will be able to ask to speak by sending a message in the Q&A window or by giving a sign (“raising your hand”).

All sessions will be streamed live on the Facebook page of the Musicological Society as well as our YouTube Channel.

For any questions, please contact as via: info@ muzikolosko-drustvo.ba.

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