Translations

Translations from Serbian and Croatian to English: books, articles, chapters, booklets (selection)

  • Asja Radonjić and Danica Maksimović: Centenary of the Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra (1923–2023). Belgrade: Belgrade Philharmonic Orchestra, 2024.
  • Srđan Teparić: “Analytical Listening and Aesthetic Experience in Music Criticism.” Arts, 2024, 13(1):34.
  • Aleksandar Vasić: Literature on music in the “Serbian Literary Herald” 1901–1941 (Summary). Belgrade: Institute of Musicology SASA, 2023.
  • Katarina Tomašević, Bojana Radovanović and Vanja Grbović (eds.): Dragutin Gostuški’s Oblique Angle: National Scientific Conference with International Participation. Book of Abstracts. Belgrade: Institute of Musicology SASA, 2023.
  • Ivana Ilić: “Music Theory in Serbia: Tracing the Legitimation of the Disciplinary Identity.” Contemporary Music Review, 41(5–6), 2022: 614–643.
  • Jelena Janković-Beguš (ed.): The 31st International Review of Composers – Belgrade, 4–8 October 2022. Belgrade: Composers’ Association of Serbia, 2022.
  • Marija Masnikosa: “Serbian Late Twentieth-Century Neo-Avant-Garde: Minimalist Music by Vladimir Tošić and Miroslav Miša Savić.” Contemporary Music Review, 40(5–6), 2021: 626–649.
  • Srđan Teparić: “Three String Quartets by Ivana Stefanović—Three Aspects of Serbian Music in the Second Half of the Twentieth Century.” Contemporary Music Review, 40(5–6), 2021: 699–719. 
  • Ivana Medić and Ivan Moody (eds.): The Life and Work of Rudolf Bruči: The Composer in the Rift Between Aesthetics and Ideologies. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2021.
  • Marija Dumnić Vilotijević: Folk Music of Vranje. CD Booklet. Belgrade: Institute of Musicology SASA, 2021.
  • Jelena Janković-Beguš (ed.)  The 30th International Review of Composers – Belgrade, October 2021. Belgrade: Composers’ Association of Serbia, 2021.
  • Ivana Perković and Marija Masnikosa (eds.): The History of Serbian Music: Issues of Identity. Belgrade: Faculty of Music, 2020.
  • Marija Dumnić Vilotijević: Sounds of Nostalgia: History of Old Urban Music in Serbia (Summary). Belgrade: Čigoja štampa and the Institute of Musicology SASA, 2019.
  • Danka Lajić Mihajlović and Jelena Jovanović: Kosovo and Metohija: A Musical Image of Multiculturalism in the 1950s and 1960s. CD Booklet. Belgrade: Institute of Musicology SASA, 2018.
  • Ivana Miladinović Prica (ed.): Nada Kolundžija: Breathing In / Breathing Out. Little Anthology of Piano Music 1914-2014. CD Booklet. Belgrade: Vertical Jazz, 2017.
  • Milena Medić: “From Pain to Pleasure: The Troping of Elegy in the Renaissance Italian Madrigal”. Muzikologija-Musicology 22 (I/2017): 151-175.
  • Marija Masnikosa: “Types of Transtextuality in Selected Works of Serbian Musical Postmodernism.” In Ivana Perković and Franco Fabbri (eds.), Musical identities and European Perspective: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Eastern European Studies in Musicology. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2017, 221-241.
  • Mirjana Živković (ed.) Josip Slavenski / Choral Compositions: Children’s, Female and Male Choirs. Belgrade: Serbian Musicological Society, 2017.
  • Mirjana Živković (ed.) Josip Slavenski / Choral Compositions: Mixed Choirs. Belgrade: Serbian Musicological Society, 2016. 
  • Branka Radović (ed.) Facing The Twilight by Vojnović and Hristić. Belgrade: Opera and Theatre Madlenianum – Serbian Musicological Society, 2016. 
  • Sonja Lončar and Andrija Pavlović: “About the Project Living Composers Society“. In: LP Duo Presents: Music by the Composers from Serbia for Two Pianos. Belgrade: New Art Center, 2016.
  • Vesna Peno: Orthodox Chanting in the Balkans in the Examples of Greek and Serbian Traditions: Between East and West, Ecclesiology and Ideology (Summary). Belgrade: Institute of Musicology SASA, 2016.
  • Marija Masnikosa and Jelena Mihajlović Marković (eds.) The Multifaceted Artistic Activity of Predrag Milošević (1904-1988). Belgrade: Serbian Musicological Society – Department of Musicology, Faculty of Music, 2015. 

Translations from English to Serbian: chapters, articles (selection)

  • Jim Samson: “Srbo-Hrvat: ko poseduje Slavenskog?” Ivana Medić (ur.) Josip Slavenski (1896-1955): povodom 120. godišnjice rođenja kompozitora. Beograd: Muzikološki institut SANU, 2017, 136-143.
  • Danijela Š. Beard: “Ozvučavanje zenitizma: modernost, Balkan i Slavenski.” Ivana Medić (ur.) Josip Slavenski (1896-1955): povodom 120. godišnjice rođenja kompozitora. Beograd: Muzikološki institut SANU, 2017, 50-63.
  • Numerous articles and reviews in the journal Muzički talas, 2002-2006.