The Collection of Papers “Music in Society”, 2008.

THE 6TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
“MUSIC IN SOCIETY”
Sarajevo, October, 28-30, 2008

“MUSIC IN SOCIETY”
THE COLLECTION OF PAPERS

ISBN 978-9958-689-01-7

Publishers: Musicological Society of FB&H
Academy of Music in Sarajevo

Sarajevo, 2009

Editor:
Jasmina Talam

Editorial board: Valida Akšamija-Tvrtković, Fatima Hadžić, Lana Šehović-Paćuka

 

CONTENTS

FOREWORD / 7

Musicology

REVOLUTION OF TASTE IN THE DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY CULTURE AND POSTMODERN BEING OF MUSIC Fatima Lačević / 9

MILITARY MUSIC BETWEEN TRADITION AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IN MODERN SOCIETY Manfred Heidler / 21

(RE)CONSTRUCTING MUSICOLOGY: DISCOURSE ON MUSIC BETWEEN MUSICOLOGY AND SOCIOLOGY OF MUSIC Ana Petrov / 34

POSTMODERN NEOCLASSICISM / NEOCLASSICAL POSTMODERNISM Vesna Mikić / 45

GENERATING FEMINISM IN MUSICOLOGY Sanela Radisavljević / 53

TRANSITION MUSICOLOGY OR ON MUSIC IN THE ENTERTAINMENT AGE Ivan Čavlović / 67

OTTOMAN MUSIC IN HABSBURG BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA (1878–1918) Risto Pekka Pennanen / 81

ROLE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF CZECHS IN DEVELOPMENT OF MUSICAL CULTURE IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA Fatima Hadžić / 92

THE BOSNIAN AND HERZEGOVINIAN MUSICIANS IN SLOVENIA Franc Križnar / 106

 

Ethnomusicology

NEW WAVE OF PROMOTING NATIONAL HERITAGE: UNESCO’S “CONVENTION FOR THE SAFEGUARDING OF THE INTANGIBLE CULTURAL HERITAGE” AND ITS IMPLEMENTATION Naila Ceribašić / 124

DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF ETHNOCHOREOLOGY IN CROATIA Tvrtko Zebec / 138

MUSIC IN ISTRIAN TOWNS AND VILLAGES BETWEEN THE 19TH AND 20TH CENTURY AND ITS IMPACT ON PRESENT-DAY COMPOSERS Ivana Paula Gortan-Carlin / 153

MUSICAL PERCEPTIONS OF THE TURKS IN THE TERRITORIES OF FORMER YUGOSLAVIA: AN ETHNOMUSICOLOGICAL PLEA FOR INCLUSIVENESS Svanibor Pettan / 165

CHANGE IN THE MUSICAL PRACTICE OF BOSNIAKS OF TURKEY Belma Kurtişoğlu / 177

ECHOES OF A FORGOTTEN TIME – BH FOLK MUSIC PRACTICE Tamara Karača-Beljak, Jasmina Talam / 182

THE PHENOMENON OF BOSNIAN SONG IN THE MUSICAL TRADITION OF VOJVODINA Vesna Ivkov / 196

BETWEEN TRADITION AND MODERNITY, BETWEEN EAST AND WEST: EXPERIENCES WITH MUSIC THERAPY IN SRI LANKA Lasanthi Manaranjanie Kalinga Dona / 208

“CALEDONIA” CALLING: DISCOURSES OF NATIONAL AND GLOBAL IN CONTEMPORARY FOLK MUSIC IN SCOTLAND Katarina Juvančič / 220

LET’S GIVE THEM A SONG: THE POWER OF SONG FOR “US” AND THE “OTHER” Vojko Veršnik / 231

PERCEPTIONS OF THE “OTHER AUSTRIANS”: DIFFERENT MARKETING POSSIBILITIES OF MUSICAL PRODUCTION IN VIENNA’S TURKISH DIASPORA Hande Sağlam / 244

 

Music pedagogy

SOLFEGGIO AND MUSIC Davorka Radica / 255

MUSIC EDUCATION ON THE DIVIDING LINE BETWEEN THE AUDITORY AND GRAPHIC Senad Kazić / 263

THE STUDY OF HARMONY IN MUSIC EDUCATION IN BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA: ISSUES AND PERSPECTIVES Refik Hodžić / 281

TEACHER’S PLACE IN THE PROCESS OF MUSIC EDUCATION Merima Čaušević / 288

ROLE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF DIGITAL EDUCATION TOOLS IN MUSIC CLASSES Valida Akšamija-Tvrtković / 292

NEW CONCEPT OF MUSIC CURRICULUM FOR PRESCHOOLERS IN ELEMENTARY MUSIC SCHOOL Milena Petrović, Gordana Ačić / 297