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Nasleđe, Kragujevac
2016, vol. 13, iss. 33, pp. 267-277
article language: Serbian
document type: Preliminary Report
doi:10.5937/naslKg1633267B


Citation polemic in the Serbian choral music inspired by folklore
Univerzitet u Kosovskoj Mitrovici, Fakultet umetnosti

e-mail: sasabozidarevic@gmail.com

Abstract

Citation controversy as one of the subversive forms of intertextual communication is present not only in literature (as being original and authentic environment in which it was created), but its effect is manifested and music, even in those genres such as choral handfuls that are primarily oriented to the folklore. The aim of this work is to employ the polemical type of citation, as defined in the Theory of Citation by Dubravka Oraić Tolic, in order to interpret and classify methods of transformation of musical components and plans in the choral compositions of folk provenance done by Serbian authors of the second half of the twentieth century. In the context of growing complexity of relationships created through artistic treatment of folk quotes and considering the specific nature of musical discourse in which this process takes place, the existing terminological fund has been upgraded and a new system of citation communication has been introduced, one based on polemic and dialog. The work covers choral compositions in which the highest degree of transformation of folklore citations has been made, with special analytical emphasis on the composition From Old Records, Stevan St. Mokranjac 1876, by Akil Koci. Methods of work with folklore content in this section are discussed in the context of the existing models and systems by Dubravka Oraić Tolic and served to prove the initial research hypothesis of the presence of citation polemic in methods of artistic treatment of folklore.

Keywords

Serbian music; choral compositions inspired by folklore; intertextuality; citation theory; citation polemic; musical analysis

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