RETHINKING MUSICAL MODERNISM
 

Institute of Musicology of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts

Department of Fine Arts and Music of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts

RETHINKING MUSICAL MODERNISM

International musicological conference

Belgrade, 11–13 October 2007

 

Programme

 

Thursday, 11 October
Morning Session, Festive Hall of the SASA, 2nd Floor

9.30 Introductory speeches:
Academician Dejan Despić, head of the Department of Fine Arts and Music of the SASA president of the Programme Committee
Prof. Dr Danica Petrović, director of the Institute of Musicology of the SASA and member of the Programme Committee

Chair: Danica Petrović

9.45–10.30 Key-note speech:
Jim Samson (London), DISCIPLINING MODERNISM

10.30–11.00 Melita Milin (Belgrade), MUSICAL MODERNISM IN ˝AGRARIAN COUNTRIES OF SOUTH-EASTERN EUROPE˝: THE CHANGE OF FUNCTION OF FOLKLORE IN THE 20th CENTURY

Break (11.00-11.30)

Chair: Melita Milin

11.30–12.00 Maria Kostakeva (Essen), PROBLEMS OF TERMINOLOGY AND VERBAL MEDIATION OF NEW MUSIC

12.00–12.30 Helmut Loos (Leipzig), PARADIGMENWECHSEL IN DER MUSIKWISSENSCHAFT: VOM ABSOLUTEN ZUM KONKRETEN

12.30–13.00 Jelena Janković (Belgrade), STRUCTURE – MEANING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE TERM IN THEORETICAL AND “MUSICAL” STRUCTURALISM

Buffet in the Club / Mezzanine
(13.00-15.00)

Thursday, 11 October, Afternoon Session
Hall No. 3, 1st Floor

Chair: Helmut Loos

15.00–15.30 Hartmut Krones (Vienna), SPRACHKOMPOSITIONEN IN DER MUSIK DES 20. JAHRHUNDERTS, INSBESONDERE AM BEISPIEL ŐSTERREICHS

15.30–16.00 Alastair Williams (Keele), MODERNISM IN GERMANY AFTER 1968: KAGEL, RIHM AND LACHENMANN

Break (16.00–16.30)

Chair: Nadežda Mosusova

16.30–17.00 Dragana Jeremić-Molnar, Aleksandar Molnar (Belgrade), ECHOES OF MODERNISM IN ROCK MUSIC OF THE LATE SIXTIES AND EARLY SEVENTIES. INFLUENCE OF KARLHEINZ STOCKHAUSEN ON EARLY WORKS OF THE GERMAN GROUP CAN

17.00–17.30 Marija Masnikosa (Belgrade), RADICAL (MODERNIST) MINIMALISM BETWEEN NEOAVANTGARDE AND MUSICAL POSTMODERNISM

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18.00–19.00 Gallery of the SASA (Ground-Floor)

CONCERT OF 20TH CENTURY SERBIAN VOCAL AND PIANO MUSIC

Aneta Ilić, soprano
Lidija Stanković, piano
Branko Penčić, piano

Friday, 12 October, Morning Session
Hall No. 3, 1st Floor

Chair: Mirjana Veselinović-Hofman

9.00–9.30 Max Paddison (Durham), CENTRES AND MARGINS: SHIFTING GROUNDS IN THE CONCEPTUALIZATION OF MODERNISM

9.30–10.00 Katarina Tomašević (Belgrade), MUSICAL MODERNISM AT THE “PERIPHERY”? SERBIAN MUSIC IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY

10.00–10.30 Biljana Milanović (Belgrade), ORIENTALISM, BALKANISM AND MODERNISM IN SERBIAN MUSIC OF THE FIRST HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURY

Break (10.30–11.00)

Chair: Katarina Tomašević

11.00–11.30 Jarmila Gabrielová (Prague), VÍTĔZSLAV NOVÁK (1870–1949) – A CENTRAL FIGURE IN CZECH MUSICAL MODERNISM

11.30–12.00 Nadežda Mosusova (Belgrade), MODERNISM IN SERBIAN / YUGOSLAV MUSIC BETWEEN TWO WORLD WARS

12.00-12.30 Roksanda Pejović (Belgrade), MIHAILO VUKDRAGOVIĆ AND HIS ATTITUDE TO CONTEMPORARY MUSIC (1920-1980)

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Friday, 12 October, Afternoon Session
Hall No. 3, 1st Floor

Chair: Jarmila Gabrielová

15.00–15.30 Aikaterini Romanou (Athens), DISENTANGLING LINKS BETWEEN 20th CENTURY MUSIC STYLES AND POLITICS

15.30–16.00 Ivana Medić (Manchester–Belgrade), MODERATED MODERNISM IN RUSSIAN MUSIC IN THE CONTEXT OF THE COLD WAR

16.00–16.30 Vesna Mikić (Belgrade), ASPECTS OF (MODERATE) MODERNISM IN SERBIAN MUSIC AFTER WORLD WAR II

Break (16.30–17.00)

Chair: Alastair Williams

17.00–17.30 Mirjana Veselinović-Hofman (Belgrade), REVISITING THE SERBIAN MUSICAL AVANT-GARDE: ASPECTS OF THE CHANGE OF RECEPTION AND OF THE KEEPING HISTORY ˝UNDER CONTROL˝

17.30–18.00 Leon Stefanija (Ljubljana), CALIBRATING MODERNISMS: THE IDEA(L)S OF MUSICAL AUTONOMY IN SLOVENIAN CONTEMPORARY MUSIC

18.00–18.30 Gorica Pilipović (Belgrade), THE TRADITION OF OPERA AND THE NEW WORKS FOR MUSICAL STAGE BY YOUNG SERBIAN COMPOSERS

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Saturday, 13 October
Hall No. 3, 1st Floor

Chair: Jim Samson

9.00–9.30 Jonathan Cross (Oxford), PARADISE LOST: NEOCLASSICISM AND THE MELANCHOLIA OF MODERNISM

9.30–10.00 László Vikárius (Budapest), A NOVARUM RERUM CUPIDUS IN SEARCH OF TRADITION: BÉLA BARTÓK’S ATTITUDE TOWARDS MODERNISM

10.00–10.30 Vlastimir Trajković (Belgrade), THINKING THE RETHINKING (THE NOTION?) OF MODERNITY IN MUSIC

11.00–11.30 General Discussion and Closing of the Conference

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12.00–22.00
EXCURSION TO THE ARCHEOLOGICAL SITE OF VIMINACIUM AND DINNER FOR THE PARTICIPANTS OF THE CONFERENCE

 

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