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Analysis of Post-tonal Music 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Science of Music
Code: HAAD1 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Miloš Zatkalik

Description:
Post-tonal analytical strategies with the emphasis on pitch organization. The course will focus primarily on set theory. Other types of post-tonal pitch organization will also be considered, particularly as related to goal-researching procedures: aggregate completion and completion processes affected in other domains.

Learning outcomes:
- Ability to apply set theory in a logical and musical way.
- Understand the concept of the surface vs. underlying structure.
- Elementary insight into post-tonal goal-projecting and goal-reaching strategies.
- Elementary ability to assess the strong and weak points of a given analytical technique.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Analysis of Post-tonal Music 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Science of Music
Code: HAAD2 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Miloš Zatkalik

Description:
Post-tonal analytical strategies with the emphasis on pitch organization. The focus is on post-tonal structural layers and prolongation: pros and cons of post-tonal prolongation; post-Schenkerian developments; an overview of more recent prolongational theories (Lerdahl – including pitch space theory; Väisälä ). Alternative concepts such as structural depth without prolongation. Analogies with certain extra-musical concepts (Chomskian generative grammar; classical narratology; psychoanalysis; emergent processes). Ideological critique of prolongational idea.

Learning outcomes:
- Ability to conduct prolongational analyses on diverse post-tonal repertoires.
- Advanced ability to understand the range of limitations of a given analytical strategy.
- Understanding the social, psychological and ideological contexts of a given theoretical system analytical strategy.


Entry requirements: None, but the completion of Analysis of Post-tonal Music 1 is recommended. Alternatively, students are expected to be familiar with the basics of set theory and fundamental concepts of Schenkerian analysis.

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Bassoon 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: XFGD1 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: XFGD1

Professor: Mirko Isaeski

Description:
Artistic research through performance forming of musical personality of highest level and achieving highest musical standards

Learning outcomes:
Expected outcomes of the course are fully developed skills and knowledge on the maximal level as well as the performance on very high artistic level.


Semester: Autumn & Spring | Number of semesters: 2 | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Bassoon 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: XFGD2 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 10

Professor: Mirko Isaeski

Description:
Artistic research through performance forming of musical personality of highest level and achieving highest musical standards

Learning outcomes:
Expected outcomes of the course are fully developed skills and knowledge on the maximal level as well as the performance on very high artistic level.


Semester: Autumn & Spring | Number of semesters: 2 | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Chamber music 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing arts
Code: XKMD1 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Tea Dimitrijević, Dejan Subotić, Igor Lazić, Sonja Lončar, Jasna Tucović, Milan Popović

Description:
Artistic research through performance within one or more types of ensembles comprising of piano, harpsichord, string and wind instruments of the specific area of chamber music literature.

Learning outcomes:
Expected outcome of the course is chamber music performance of artistic level.


Entry requirements: Sufficient oral communication in English. At least five years of playing in ensemble experience.

Semester: Autumn & Spring | Number of semesters: 2 | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Chamber music 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: XKMD2 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 10

Professor: Tea Dimitrijević, Dejan Subotić, Igor Lazić, Sonja Lončar, Jasna Tucović, Milan Popović

Description:
Artistic research through performance within one or more types of ensembles comprising of piano, harpsichord, string and wind instruments of the specific area of chamber music literature.

Learning outcomes:
Expected outcome of the course is chamber music performance of artistic level.


Entry requirements: Sufficient oral communication in English. At least five years of playing in ensemble experience.

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Flute 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: XFLD1 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miomir Simonović

Description:
Artistic research through performance forming of musical personality of highest level and achieving highest musical standards

Learning outcomes:
Expected outcomes of the course are fully developed skills and knowledge on the maximal level as well as the performance on very high artistic level.


Semester: Autumn & Spring | Number of semesters: 2 | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Flute 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: XFLD2 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 10

Professor: Miomir Simonović

Description:
Artistic research through performance forming of musical personality of highest level and achieving highest musical standards

Learning outcomes:
Expected outcomes of the course are fully developed skills and knowledge on the maximal level as well as the performance on very high artistic level.


Semester: Autumn & Spring | Number of semesters: 2 | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Music and Theology

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Science of Music
Code: 000 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 00

Professor: Dr Ivana Perković

Description:
Critical interpretation of relevant phenomena in the field of liturgical musicology, in order to gain adequate historical, theoretical and analytical knowledge on the problems of relationships between music and theology.

Learning outcomes:
Advanced knowledge on relationship of music and theology.


Entry requirements: BA/MA in musicology

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Musical instruments of the Balkans

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Science of Music
Code: JIBD1 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Dr Mirjana Zakić

Description:
The course covers a wide range of consideration aerophones, cordophones, membranophones and idiophones instruments in the Balkans. In focus are the different types of instruments and constructions, their territorial representation, functions in rural and urban areas. In addition to theoretical considerations course includes listening to audio and video recordings from this area.

Learning outcomes:
Advanced knowledge of ethnomusicology and basic theories and principles in the researched area.


Entry requirements: BA/MA in ethnomusicology or similar

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Psychology of Music

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Elective Courses
Code: GPLD1 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Dr Blanka Bogunović

Description:
Introduction to the main theoretical concepts and research findings in the field of Psychology of Music and related areas with interdisciplinary approach. Presentation of and discussion on psychological knowledge in a field of basic music activities: listening, performing and creating music, and their psychological correlates: abilities, motivation, personality, emotional profile, behavior and communication.

Learning outcomes:
Knowing basic concepts, principles and fields of Psychology of Music;
Understanding and applying of psychological knowledge in a frame of individual scientific/artistic/applied interests of students.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Psychology of Music Performance

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Elective Courses
Code: GPID2 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Dr Blanka Bogunović

Description:
Introduction to the main theoretical concepts and research findings in a domain of psychological, socio-psychological and educational aspects of vocal-instrumental performance and possibilities of practical application in talent education and professional development of musicians. Factors of skills acquirement and their enchantment – sight reading, expression in performance, communication, movement expression, performance anxiety, mental health of performers.

Learning outcomes:
Knowing basic concepts and principles of research of music performance through lifelong perspective; Knowing and understanding psychological, educational and social aspects of music performance; Understanding and applying of psychological knowledge in a frame of individual scientific/artistic/applied interests of students.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Trumpet 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: Trumpet 2 | Course level: doctoral | ECTS credits: 10

Professor: Mladen Đorđević

Description:
Artistic research through performance forming of musical personality of highest level and achieving highest musical standards

Learning outcomes:
Expected outcomes of the course are fully developed skills and knowledge on the maximal level as well as the performance on very high artistic level.


Semester: Autumn & Spring | Number of semesters: 2 | Maximum number of visiting students: 1