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Notes Spielfrauen im Mittelalter. Edited by Stanislav Tuksar. Muzikoloski zbornici, 5. Zagreb: Hrvatsko muzikolosko drustvo, ISBN Zagreb, the focal point of a multileveled geographic panorama, borders north Croatia and Dalmatia, or on a larger scale, Central Europe and the Mediterranean. Such a concept, put forth by the editor, Stanislav Tuksar, is justified if we bear in mind that Croatia.
Therefore, a comprehensive study of Croatian music would not be possible without such a panoramic view since "the history of its diaspora is not infrequently its better part" Eva Sedak, "Extraterritoriality and Oj Revaluation of the 'National Idiom' in Music," History of European Ideas 14 : Conversely, many foreign musicians also worked in Croatia.
In this volume, no fewer than forty musicologists and ethnomusicologists from Oj, Austria, Germany, France, Italy, Poland, Slovakia, the United Kingdom, the United States, and Australia, with Gorska Životinjo - Various - Hrvatska Tradicijska Glazba - Gorska I Primorska Hrvat from Croatia, shed light on various aspects of Croatian music and explore links between Croatian and European cultures.
The forty essays in Croatian 4English 11German 14French 3and Italian 8ranging between five and twenty-seven pages with the occasional appendix, are set in inconsistent chronological order. Considering such an immense anthology involving various approaches to the long and intricate processes Room Full Of Mirrors - Jimi Hendrix - Oh, Atlanta acculturation and migration of different cultures indigenous to Croatia, I shall try to focus on a few particulars.
The first three papers provide a general direction to the book. While Marija Bergamo investigates whether musical parameters alone can express cultural surroundings, Hans-Peter Reinecke defines the European cultural world in an interesting although not very original manner as an intersection of Gorska Životinjo - Various - Hrvatska Tradicijska Glazba - Gorska I Primorska Hrvat realms including Croatia united in historical, temporal, political, and geographical evolutionary processes.
In his "sketch for a sketch," Stanislav Tuksar exposes the supposed main stream of Croatian history, emphasizing almost exclusively connections between the Croatian periphery and its center sclaiming that "being too weak to create and impose their own norms, Zagreb and Croatia could satisfy themselves and the international market only by accepting norms from the neareast supra-systems, i.
The research of many other scholars here examines local traditions as the result of foreign influences on both Oj creative and performing fields. The creative field is examined by Koraljka Kos's paper on songs of Blagoje Bersa, and the performing field in excellent papers Project MUSE promotes the creation and dissemination of essential humanities and social science resources through collaboration with libraries, publishers, and scholars worldwide.
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In turn, each of the spheres belonged to larger European cultural realms: Italian lands shared the Mediterranean culture with Croatia; Austria and Hungary linked it to the Franco-German realm; the Ottomans spreading over the Balkans created an artistic language which merged Turkish with Greco-Slavic [End Page ] and Byzantine idioms; and finally the eastern Slavs promoting pan-Slavic ideas.
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Oj Srbijo, mila mati (Serbian Cyrillic: Ој Србијо, мила мати), translated "O Serbia, Dear Mother", is a Serbian patriotic song. It dates to the 19th century. Its first, longer version, Srbiji ("to Serbia") by poet Luka Sarić was published in in the literary magazine of Slovenka in Novi Sad.
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