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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.

 

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11th International Symposium “Music in Society”: A Report

In pursuit of their ongoing mission of systematic and critical reflection on the issues of music in society,  the Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Academy of Music of the University of Sarajevo have successfully completed yet another, this time 11th, edition of the International Musicological Symposium “Music in Society”. The Symposium, held in Sarajevo from October 24 to 27, 2018, brought together 55 participants from 9 countries to 18 sessions, presenting their research in the fields of musicology, ethnomusicology, music theory and pedagogy.

 

In addition to working sessions, lectures, workshops,  the Musicological Society organized three concerts, presenting the realizations of the creative practice of Bosnian music.

The first of them was a solo recital of the newly elected assistant at the Department of Composition of the Academy of Music of the University of Sarajevo, composer and flutist Hanan Hadžajlić, representative of the newest generation of Bosnian composers. The recital for the amplified flute / bass flute, tape and TransFlute modular systems, titled Flutrification, was held at the Obala Open Stage of the Academy of Performing Arts on Wednesday, October 24.

The second concert was focused on the work of Bosnian composers in the 21st century. Instead of a historical view, the selection focused on the current creation, the work of authors who are “among us”, Inter Nos, as the title suggested. The concert, taking place at the Music Academy Sarajevo on October 25, presented works by Belma Bešlić-Gal, Ivan Čavlović, Hanan Hadžajlić, Asim Horozić, Igor Karača, Živko Ključe, Dino Rešidbegović, Ališer Sijarić and Dario Vučić, with performances by with Suzana Bevanda-Sijarić (piano), Hanan Hadžajlić (flute), Sakib Lačević (flute), Azra Medić (piano), Mirna Mlikota (flute), Dragan Opančić (piano), Sonja Radojković (piano), Dino Rešidbegović (modular sound synthesizer), Belma Šarančić-Nahodović (accordeon), and Vedran Tuce (clarinet).
The concert was the last event of the opening ceremony, marked by the lecture given by Irish academician Harry White (University College Dublin), Irish in the European Ear: Irish History Concept and Irish Music Missions.

The last concert of the Symposium was dedicated to the Bosnian traditional music: Ensemble Etnoakademik presented the performances of traditional music from Bosnia and Herzegovina at the Ceremonial Hall of the Sarajevo University on Friday, October 26, 2018. This concert followed the lecture of the renowned ethnomusicologist Dr. Razia Sultanova (University of Cambridge), titled Non-Russian Face of Russia: Music, Youth and Migration in the Post-Soviet State, as the finale of the Symposium program.

 

The program booklet remains available online:
https://issuu.com/mdfbih/docs/mdfbih_booklet_2018_final_za_web_pa

The Symposium was supported by the Federal Ministry of Culture and Sports, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Youth of the Sarajevo Canton, the Embassy of Ireland, the University of Sarajevo’s Rectorate and the University of Sarajevo’s Academy of Performing Arts.

 

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New activities and new management of the Musicological Society FBiH

At the annual meeting of the Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, which was also electoral after four years, besides adopting the annual reports, the new management of the Society was also elected.

In the next four-year term, the President of the Society will be Dr. Amila Ramović, assistant professor at the Department of Music Theory and Pedagogy of the Academy of Music and at the Academy of Performing Arts of the University of Sarajevo and the Vice President will be Dr. Ivan Čavlović. the emeritus professor of the University of Sarajevo and the founder and the first president of the Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina back in 1997.

Members of the Board, next to the new President of the Assembly Prof. Dr. Senad Kazić, Dean of the Academy of Music of the University of Sarajevo, will be Prof. Dr. Merima Čaušević from the Faculty of Pedagogy of the University of Sarajevo, Maja Baralić-Materne, MSc, ethnomusicologist and music editor at the BH Radio 1, Dr. Lana Paćuka, assistant professor at the Department of Musicology and Ethnomusicology of the Academy of Music in Sarajevo and editor of Society’s academic journal Music and Nerma Mulabegović-Hodžić, MSc, senior teaching assistant at the Department of Music Theory and Pedagogy of the Academy of Music in Sarajevo. Chairman?

In the forthcoming mandate, the work of the Society will be controlled by the Supervisory Council, including Dr. Jasmina Talam, Chairwoman, professor at the Department of Musicology and Ethnomusicology at the Academy of Music in Sarajevo, Dr. Amra Bosnić, assistant professor at the Department of Music Theory and Pedagogy of the Academy of Music in Sarajevo, and Alma Ferović-Fazlić, MA, associate at the Academy of Performing Arts of the University of Sarajevo and a musical theatre producer. Dr. Refik Hodžić, professor at the Department of Music Theory and Pedagogy of the Sarajevo Academy of Music, Dr. Tamara Karača-Beljak, professor at the Department of Musicology and Ethnomusicology in Sarajevo, and composer and double-bassist Živko Ključe will be the members of the Council of Honor. The secretary of the Society will be elected at the constituent session of the new Board.

Members who gained new positions take over from the previous management lead by the President Dr. Fatima Hadžić, along with the Boards Members – Vice President dr. Senad Kazić, Assembly President Branka Vidović, Secretary Esma Sulejmanagić, MSc, MA, Boško Jović, MA, Dr. Lana Paćuka, Dr. Amila Ramović and Dr. Jasmina Talam, along with the members of the Supervisory Council – Mirela Šečić,  MSc, Dr. Merima Čaušević i Maja Baralić-Materne, MSc, and the members of the Council of Honour, Dr. Ivan Čavlović, Dr. Refik Hodžić i Dr. Miradet Zulić.

As confirmed by the Assembly, the Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina will continue its dedication to the achievement of its goals: to encourage the development of musicology, to promote research of musical heritage, of traditional and contemporary music, to act on affirmation of artistic music and musicology, and to work on development of various aspects of musical culture in BiH. The new President, Dr. Ramović, pointed out that in the next mandate, the Society would endeavor to maintain the continuity of its successful twenty years of activity through the continuity of the organization of the International Symposium “Music in Society”, the publication of Society’s academic journal “Music”, publication of books, as well as the organization of concerts of artistic and traditional music. In addition to that, the Society will also dedicate its energies to new activities on the studying of the place, role, character and perspectives of music in modern Bosnian society and strengthening related public discourse and its critical aspects.

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Professor Harry White, MRIA, the key-note speaker of the 11th International Symposium “Music in Society”

The Musicological Society of Federation of B&H, in cooperation with the Embassy of Ireland (Ljubljana, Slovenia), is particularly pleased to announce that the key-note speaker of the 11th International Symposium “Music in Society” (Sarajevo, October, 25–27, 2018) will be a distinguished Irish musicologist, Professor Harry White, MRIA (University College Dublin).

 

Dr. White will host an introductory lecture on:

“Ireland in the European Era: Historical Concepts and Misconceptions of Irish Music”

 

Professor Harry White Biographical note

Abstract

 

11th International Symposium “Music in Society”, Sarajevo, October, 25-27, 2018 C A L L F O R P A P E R S

Organizers:

Musicological Society of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Academy of Music, University of Sarajevo

 

Conference venue:

University of Sarajevo, Academy of Music

Josipa Stadlera 1/2,

Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

 

The Musicological Society of the FB&H and the Academy of Music of University of Sarajevo organize the International Musicological Symposium “Music in Society” for the eleventh time. With the intention of offering a common platform for as many academics as possible, the organizers opted for a broad theme on contemporary discourses on music from various aspects.

The Program Committee invites all interested academics to send their applications that will be organized according to the offered fields and topics:

 

Musicology

New Researches in Historiography of Music

Musicology and Media

Applied Musicology

 

Ethnomusicology

Ethnomusicological Archives – Challenges in a New Time

Ethnomusicology and Media

Applied Ethnomusicology

 

Music theory and pedagogy

Problems and Perspectives of Music Theory and Pedagogy

Research in the Field of Music Theory and Pedagogy: New Impulses

Interdisciplinary Approach in the System of Music Education

Needs and Competences in Music Education

Music and Education

 

Program committee

Dr Harry White, School of Music, University College Dublin, Ireland

Dr Razia Sultanova, Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge, UK

Dr Leon Stefanija, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Dr Fatima Hadžić, Academy of Music, University of Sarajevo, B&H

Dr Lana Paćuka, Academy of Music, University of Sarajevo, B&H

Dr Jasmina Talam, Academy of Music, University of Sarajevo, B&H

Dr Tamara Karača Beljak, Academy of Music, University of Sarajevo, B&H

Dr Amra Bosnić, Academy of Music, University of Sarajevo, B&H

Dr Valida Akšamija-Tvrtković, Academy of Music, University of Sarajevo, B&H

 

The official languages of the symposium are Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian and English.

The reviewed papers will be published in the Collection of Papers “Music in Society” in 2020 (English and Bosnian version).

The registration fee is € 30 and includes the program booklet and other materials and a dinner for all participants of the symposium.

The organizers do not cover the travel and accommodation costs of the participants.

An application should be sent in the attached application form until 31 March 2018 to the email: info@muzikolosko-drustvo.ba or

musicology.bosnia@yahoo.com

The Program Committee will make its final decision on the abstracts by the 10 April 2018, and contributors will be informed immediately thereafter.

Further information about the program, registration, travel and accommodation will be announced after that date on the website of the Musicological Society of FB&H (www.muzikolosko-drustvo.ba).

For any additional information, please contact: info@muzikolosko-drustvo.ba

 

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Journal of music culture Muzika CALL FOR PAPERS

Editorial Board of the Journal of music culture Muzika invites authors to give their contribution to the journal with original scientific papers.

Applications include the Full paper accompanied with an Application letter (name of the topic in two languages, author’s full name, contact information: e-mail and mailing address), Brief biography (ca. 150-200 words), Key words ( 3-5 words), Short abstract (ca. 100 words), Summary (up to 500 words) and References used in the paper.

Manuscripts should be submitted electronically, to the Editorial Board’s address: muzika@muzikolosko-drustvo.ba, no later than 1st of March 2017.

All the necessary information about the preparation and layout of the text can be found at: http://muzika.mas.unsa.ba/en/technical-instructions-for-contributors-to-journal-for-music-culture-music/

10th International Symposium “Music in Society”, Sarajevo, 20-22 October 2016 FINAL PROGRAM CORRECTED

plakat muzika u društvu 2016Četvrtak / Thursday

20. oktobar / 20 October 2016

Od 9,30h / From 9,30h

Registracija učesnika simpozija / Registration of the symposium participants

Soba / Room 12

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Soba / Room 10

10,00–12,00h

Muzikologija 1. sjednica / Musicology 1st session

Sjednica na b/h/s jeziku / Session in B/C/S Language[1]

Moderator: Lana Paćuka

10,00–11,00

Fatima Lačević: Filozofija muzike u svijetu moderne umjetnosti. Muzika i temporalnost u knjizi Masimo Dona Filozofija muzike

Hrvoje Beban: Posebnosti srednjovjekovnih liturgijsko-glazbenih izvora dominikanske provenijencije sačuvanih na području Dalmacije s posebnim osvrtom na dominikanski antifonarij

Lucija Konfic: Sedmi harmonik u glazbeno-teorijskom sustavu Giuseppea Michelea Stratica

11,20–12,00h

Monika Jurić Janjik: Nikola Vitov Gučetić (Nicolò Vito di Gozze, 1549–1610) i uloga glazbe u renesansnome Dubrovniku

Vjera Katalinić: Modeli koncertiranja putujućih virtuoza u razdoblju klasicizma: Jarnović u Stockholmu

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Soba / Room 2

10,00–11,00h

Muzička teorija i pedagogija 1. sjednica / Music theory and pedagogy 1st session

Sjednica na b/h/s jeziku / Session in B/C/S Language

Moderator: Nerma Hodžić-Mulabegović

Senad Kazić: Značaj i utjecaj spoljnih faktora na formiranje i oblikovanje individualnog / subjektivnog muzičkog mišljenja u sferi elementarne muzičke teorije

Amra Bosnić: Tretman teksta u vokalnim djelima bosanskohercegovačkih kompozitora

Sanda Dodik: Neobjavljeni horovi iz posthumne zaostavštine Josipa Slavenskog

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Soba / Room 9

12,00–13,00h

Radionica (na engleskom jeziku) / Workshop (in English)

Moderator: Tamara Karača Beljak

Lasanthi Manaranjanie Kalinga Dona: Sri Lankan Sing Along Workshop

………………………………………………………………………………………………

Soba / Room 10

12,30–13,30h

Muzikologija 2. sjednica / Musicology 2nd session

Sjednica na b/h/s i engleskom jeziku / Session in B/C/S and English Language

Moderator: Lada Duraković

Vito Balić: Poznati skladatelji nepoznate glazbe: splitski kapelnici 18. i 19. stoljeća

Jernej Weiss: Between the Provincial and the Cosmopolitan: Musical Life in Maribor in the First Half of the 19th Century

Marijana Kokanović Marković: Salonska muzika u ogledalu srpske štampe 19. veka: pro et contra

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Soba / Room 9

13,30–14,30h

Etnomuzikologija 1. sjednica / Ethnomusicology 1st session

Sjednica na engleskom jeziku / Session in English Language

Moderator: Federico Spinetti 

Guido Raschieri: Inside and outside, here and there: Music from Bosnian Posavina to Zagreb

Rimantas Sliužinskas: Folklore Life in Multicultural Klaipėda City (1990–2015)

Slobodan Dan Paich: Music as Defining Moment. Tangible and Intangible Influences in Ottoman Culture

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Soba / Room 2

13,30–14,30h

Muzička teorija i pedagogija 2. sjednica / Music theory and pedagogy 2nd session

Sjednica na b/h/s jeziku / Session in B/C/S Language

Moderator: Amra Bosnić

Nerma Hodžić-Mulabegović: Akustika u solfeggiu – utjecaj i ishodi u edukativnoj praksi

Tihana Škojo: Nastavničke kompetencije za realizaciju početničkog solfeggia

Sanja Nuhanović / Alma Ferović-Fazlić: Doprinos međunarodne kulturne suradnje popularizaciji glazbenog obrazovanja na primjeru glazbeno-scenskog projekta „Prljavi ples“

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Od / from 18,00h

Koncertna dvorana Muzičke akademije / Concert Hall of the Academy of Music

 

SVEČANO OTVARANJE / OPENING CEREMONY

 

UVODNO PREDAVANJE / INAUGURAL LECTURE:

 

 World Music or Regionality? A Fundamental Question of Music History

 

Prof. Dr. Helmut Loos

(Fakultät Geschichte, Kunst- und Orientwissenschaften, Universität Leipzig)

 

KONCERT BOSANSKE TRADICIJSKE MUZIKE / CONCERT OF TRADITIONAL BOSNIAN MUSIC

………………………………………………………………………………………………

 Petak / Friday

21. oktobar / 21 October 2016

 

Soba / Room 10

10,00–11,00h

Muzikologija 3. sjednica / Musicology 3rd session

Sjednica na b/h/s jeziku / Session in B/C/S Language

Moderator: Jernej Weiss

Dušan Mihalek: Jevrejski muzičari između Izraela, Bosne i okruženja

Stanislav Tuksar: Neka djela s glazbenom tematikom pisaca 16. i 17. stoljeća podrijetlom iz Hrvatske nedavno pronađena u poljskim knjižnicama

Lana Paćuka / Fatima Hadžić: Ostavštine bosanskih kompozitora u arhivu Instituta za muzikologiju

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Soba / Room 9

10,00–12,30h

Etnomuzikologija 2. sjednica / Ethnomusicology 2nd session

Sjednica na engleskom jeziku / Session in English Language

Moderator: Klaus Näumann

10,00–10,40h

Halyna Pshenichkina: Singing Folklore Features from Dnipro River Middle Part Region: Crossroad of Local Traditions

Tamara Karača Beljak / Jasmina Talam: Cultural Engagement in Applied Ethnomusicology: examples from Bosnia and Herzegovina

11.00–12,30h

Federico Spinetti: The Enemy – A Partisan Hymnbook (a documentary film by Federico Spinetti. 80 min., color. Production: Lab 80 film. Distribution: Universal Music Italy. Language: Italian, English subtitles)

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Soba / Room 2

10,00–11,20h

Muzička teorija i pedagogija 3. sjednica / Music theory and pedagogy 3rd session

Sjednica na b/h/s jeziku / Session in B/C/S Language

Moderator: Refik Hodžić

Merima Čaušević: Ocjenjivanje u nastavi muzičke kulture

Sabina Vidulin: Uvjeti i metodički aspekti realizacije aktivnosti sviranja u redovitoj nastavi glazbene kulture

Nikolina Matoš / Ana Čorić: Razine vrednovanja glazbenog djela kao izazov za kurikulum nastave glazbe

Valida Tvrtković-Akšamija: Online nastava muzičke kulture u Moodle LMS-u

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Soba / Room 10

11,15–12,15h

Muzikologija 4. sjednica / Musicology 4th session

Sjednica na b/h/s i crnogorskom jeziku / Session in B/C/S Language

Moderator: Stanislav Tuksar

Lada Duraković: Iz glazbenih arhiva u Hrvatskoj. Slavko Zlatić (1910–1993): glazbenik, ideolog, agitator

Senka Hodžić: Zaboravljamo (li) Miroslava Špilera(?): U prilog 110. godišnjice kompozitorovog rođenja

Ana Perunović Ražnatović: Opera Balkanska carica – od nastanka do savremenog izvođenja

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Soba / Room 10

12,30–13,30h

Muzikologija 5. sjednica / Musicology 5th session

Sjednica na b/h/s jeziku / Session in B/C/S Language

Moderator: Senka Hodžić

Andrea Stojilkov: Intertekstualnost i intermedijalnost: jugoslovenska muzika u postjugoslovenskoj popularnoj književnosti / Intertextuality and Intermediality: Yugoslav Music in Post-Yugoslav Literature

Dina Vojvodić: Tematsko-kritički prikaz jugoslovenskog časopisa Muzika (1948–1951)

Ognjen Tvrtković: Kako je nastala jazz skladba „Banja Luka“ ili rani dolasci čuvenih jazz glazbenika u Jugoslaviju

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Soba / Room 9

14,00–15,00h

Etnomuzikologija 3. sjednica / Ethnomusicology 3rd session

Sjednica na engleskom jeziku / Session in English Language

Moderator: Amra Toska

Klaus Näumann: ”After you’ve gone”: Emergence, demise and revival of the Jazz Manouche

Jelka Vukobratović: Doing ethnomusicological research beyond the urban/rural dichotomies

Evrim Hikmet Öğüt: A new Research Area for Ethnomusicology: Musical Practices in Transit Migration

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Od / From 15,00h

Restoran / Restaurant “Lovac”

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Zajednički ručak učesnika simpozija / Lunch for symposium participants

19,30h

Bošnjački institut Adil Zulfikarpašić / Bosniak Institute Adil Zulfikarpašić

Koncert bosanske umjetničke muzike / Concert of Bosnian art music

……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………

Subota / Saturday

22. oktobar / 22 October 2016

 

Soba / Room 10

10,00–11,00h

Muzikologija 6. sjednica / Musicology 6th session

Sjednica na engleskom jeziku / Session in English Language

Moderator: Fatima Hadžić

Nico Schüler: Current Research Methodologies for Rediscovering Forgotten Composers: Using Commercial Genealogy and Newspaper Databases

Miloš Zatkalik: Music as Ruled by Primary Processes: Condensation

Marie-Agnes Dittrich: How to split the Heritage when Inventing a Nation? Germany`s Political and Musical Divisions

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Soba / Room 9

10,30–12,30h

Etnomuzikologija 4. sjednica / Ethnomusicology 4th session

Sjednica na b/h/s jeziku / Session in B/C/S Language

Moderator: Jasmina Talam

10,30–11,30h

Rašid Durić: Sevdalinka u muzikološkom i estetičkom etabliranju od Ludviga Kube preko Vlade Miloševića do Esada Bajtala

Lidija Vladić-Mandarić: Nematerijalna glazbena tradicija – ganga u kontekstu na slična tradicionalna pjevanja u Bosni i Hercegovini

Vesna Ivkov: Bajram u Srbiji – primer tradicije i inovacije

11,50–12,30h

Vladan Vuletin: Dječja klapa kao nova glazbena pojava

Nice Fracile: Multikulturalnost dečijeg folklora u Vojvodini

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[1] Sjednica na bosanskom/hrvatskom/srpskom jeziku / Session in Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian Language

Journal Music CALL FOR PAPERS

Editorial Board of the Journal of music culture Muzika invites authors to give their contribution to the journal with original scientific papers.

Applications include the Full paper accompanied with an Application letter (name of the topic in two languages, author’s full name, contact information: e-mail and mailing address), Brief biography (ca. 150-200 words), Key words ( 3-5 words), Short abstract (ca. 100 words), Summary (up to 500 words) and References used in the paper.

Manuscripts should be submitted electronically, to the Editorial Board’s address:

muzika@muzikolosko-drustvo.ba, no later than 1st of October 2016.

All the necessary information about the preparation and layout of the text can be found at:

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

Journal Muzika / Music CALL FOR PAPERS

Editorial Board of the Journal of music culture Muzika invites authors to give their contribution to the journal with original scientific papers.

Applications include the Full paper accompanied with an Application letter (name of the topic in two languages, author’s full name, contact information: e-mail and mailing address), Brief biography (ca. 150-200 words), Key words ( 3-5 words), Short abstract (ca. 100 words), Summary (up to 500 words) and References used in the paper.

Manuscripts should be submitted electronically, to the Editorial Board’s address: muzika@muzikolosko-drustvo.ba, no later than 1st of July 2016.

All the necessary information about the preparation and layout of the text can be found at: http://muzika.mas.unsa.ba/wordpress/en/technical-instructions-for-contributors-to-journal-for-music-culture-music/