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Basson 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: FFGM1 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mirko Isaeski

Description:
Creating of a musical professional / basson player, qualified to independently perform all aspects of the creative process of performing (solo, in chamber ensembles and orchestras, conducting).

Learning outcomes:
Learining outcomes may be practical (developing skills) and theoretical – developing creative thinking and understanding, as well as developing of higly professional and artistical level in interpretation of capital basson literature.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Basson 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: FFGM2 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 16

Professor: Mirko Isaeski

Description:
Creating of a musical professional / basson player, qualified to independently perform all aspects of the creative process of performing (solo, in chamber ensembles and orchestras, conducting)
Performance of the final, master work.

Learning outcomes:
Learining outcomes may be practical (developing skills) and theoretical – developing creative thinking and understanding, as well as developing of higly professional and artistical level in interpretation of capital basson literature.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Chamber music 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: KKMM1 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 14

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

Description:
Playing music in ensemble. Large scale of different ensembles comprising of piano, harpsichord, string and wind instruments is available.

Learning outcomes:
Expected outcome of the course is mastering skills of playing music in ensemble.


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

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Chamber music 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: KKMM2 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 2

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

Description:
Playing music in ensemble. Large scale of different ensembles comprising of piano, harpsichord, string and wind instruments is available.

Learning outcomes:
Expected outcome of the course is mastering skills of playing music in ensemble.


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

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Clarinet 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: FCLM1 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Ognjen Popović

Description:
Creating of a musical professional / clarinet player, qualified to independently perform all aspects of the creative process of performing (solo, in chamber ensembles and orchestras, conducting).

Learning outcomes:
Learining outcomes may be practical (developing skills) and theoretical – developing creative thinking and understanding, as well as developing of higly professional and artistical level in interpretation of capital clarinet literature.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Clarinet 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: FCLM2 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 16

Professor: Ognjen Popović

Description:
"Creating of a musical professional / clarinet player, qualified to independently perform all aspects of the creative process of performing (solo, in chamber ensembles and orchestras, conducting)
Performance of the final – master work.
"

Learning outcomes:
Learining outcomes may be practical (developing skills) and theoretical – developing creative thinking and understanding, as well as developing of higly professional and artistical level in interpretation of capital clarinet literature.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Contemporary ethnomusicological research in Serbia and in the World, module ethnomusicology

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Science of Music
Code: JSIM1 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Dr Mirjana Zakić

Description:
The course covers a broad range of contemporary ethnomusicological topics, research orientations and methodological solutions, as observed from the position of the local discipline, and with a necessary stress on transnational, shared ethnomusicological theoretical and research paradigms of the past and present. It starts with an overview of ethnomusicological ‘dual nature’ predominantly in Western discourse (anthropological vs. musicological orientation), sketches alternative developments (e.g. Russian school of ethnomusicology), dwells into specific theoretical contributions pioneered by ethnomusicology (semiotics of music, analysis of popular culture, identity theory, etc), and discusses the questions of social action (applied ethnomusicology, ‘new’ forms of field work-collaboration, etc).

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


Entry requirements: Undergraduate studies in ethnomusicology or similar

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 10




Dance cultures of the world, module ethnomusicology

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Science of Music
Code: 000 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Dr Selena Rakocević

Description:
General overview of various dance cultures of the world: people of South Africa, Native Americans, Hawaii (Hula), New Zeeland (Haka), dances of the Tonga people, dances from Bali (Ketchak), classical Indian dance, China, Japan, Belly Dance, Turkey esc.

Learning outcomes:
Basic knowledge of various dance cultures over the globe; understanding of various uses of the body in dance


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Flute 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: FFLM1 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miomir Simonović

Description:
Creating of a musical professional / flute player, qualified to independently perform all aspects of the creative process of performing (solo, in chamber ensembles and orchestras, conducting)

Learning outcomes:
Learining outcomes may be practical (developing skills) and theoretical – developing creative thinking and understanding, as well as developing of higly professional and artistical level in interpretation of capital flute literature.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Flute 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: FFLM2 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 16

Professor: Miomir Simonović

Description:
Creating of a musical professional / flute player, qualified to independently perform all aspects of the creative process of performing (solo, in chamber ensembles and orchestras, conducting)


Learning outcomes:
Learining outcomes may be practical (developing skills) and theoretical – developing creative thinking and understanding, as well as developing of higly professional and artistical level in interpretation of capital flute literature.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Globalization and contemporary dance forms, module ethnomusicology

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Science of Music
Code: 000 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Dunja Njaradi

Description:
Detailed study of the development of Western theatrical dance forms from ballet to contemporary dance. The course includes the study of popular and social dances as well as theoretical discussions on dance and globalization.

Learning outcomes:
Advanced knowledge and understanding of popular and social dances.


Entry requirements: Undergraduate studies in ethnomusicology/ethnocoreology or similar

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Guitar 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: IGTM1 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 14

Professor: Srđan Tošić

Description:
During this semester student is supposed to start working on concert programme, consisting of representative compositions from solo guitar repertoire (duration cca 1 hour). At the end of the semester an exam is only optional and candidate can play minor part of his/her programme.

Learning outcomes:
Obtaining high professional level in concert performance through technical and interpretative perfection and development of creative personality through unity of musical and technical expression.


Entry requirements: Live video (of good audio quality!) with at least two compositions different in style and period from standard guitar concert repertoire (min. duration 25min.)

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Harpsichord 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: ICGM1 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 11

Professor: Milan Popović

Description:
The complex researching and musical interpreting of the capital works from harpsichord literature, from 16th to 21th century.

Learning outcomes:
Developing of higly professional and artistical level in interpretation of capital harpsichord literature.


Entry requirements: Sufficient oral communication in English; Undergraduate studies of The Harpsichord Study Program

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Horn 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: FCOM1 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milan Radić

Description:
Creating of a musical professional / horn player, qualified to independently perform all aspects of the creative process of performing (solo, in chamber ensembles and orchestras, conducting)

Learning outcomes:
Learining outcomes may be practical (developing skills) and theoretical – developing creative thinking and understanding, as well as developing of higly professional and artistical level in interpretation of capital horn literature.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Horn 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: FCOM2 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 16

Professor: Milan Radić

Description:
Creating of a musical professional / horn player, qualified to independently perform all aspects of the creative process of performing (solo, in chamber ensembles and orchestras, conducting)
Performance of the final – master exam.

Learning outcomes:
Learining outcomes may be practical (developing skills) and theoretical – developing creative thinking and understanding, as well as developing of higly professional and artistical level in interpretation of capital horn literature.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Introduction to zoomusicology 1, module music theory

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Science of Music
Code: PZOOD 1 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Dr Milena Petrović

Description:
Introducing animal sound communication through historical perspective and human – animal relation. Developing creative and critical thinking about music as a cultural phenomenon through animal sound patterns understanding. Receiving music theory efficiently with the use of animal sound patterns. Preparing creative pedagogical activities, educational methods and curriculum beneficiation.
Theoretical base of zoomusicology and different theories about speech and language origin. Music elements in animal sound patterns. The social context of the animal communication. Vocal and body reproduction of animal sound patterns. Music elements of animal sound patterns in Serbian and other folk music traditions. Listening to, recognizing, and reproducing animal sound patterns. Collecting, systematize and notating animal sound patterns. Analogue and standard notation of different animal sound patterns. Setting basic music parameters with animal sound patterns (such as tempo, pulse, meter, grouping, rhythm, motives and phrases, intervals and melody, dynamics, agogic, articulation). Implementation and application of animal sound patterns in the initial music education. Writing an investigation report at the end of the course.

Learning outcomes:
The introduction to zoomusicology as the young field of musicology. Understanding the influence of animal sound patterns on human speech, song, dance and music activities in general. Consideration of terms such as biomusicology, bioacoustics, bioloinguistics. Discovering the hierarchy and chronology of the music phenomena origins. Qualification for reception, perception, cognition, reproduction and notation of animal sound patterns.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Introduction to zoomusicology 2, module music theory

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Science of Music
Code: PZOOD2 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Dr Milena Petrović

Description:
Introducing animal sound communication through historical perspective and human – animal relation. Developing creative and critical thinking about music as a cultural phenomenon through animal sound patterns understanding. Receiving music theory efficiently with the use of animal sound patterns. Preparing creative pedagogical activities, educational methods and curriculum beneficiation.
Theoretical base of zoomusicology and different theories about speech and language origin. Music elements in animal sound patterns. The social context of the animal communication. Vocal and body reproduction of animal sound patterns. Music elements of animal sound patterns in Serbian and other folk music traditions. Listening to, recognizing, and reproducing animal sound patterns. Collecting, systematize and notating animal sound patterns. Analogue and standard notation of different animal sound patterns. Setting basic music parameters with animal sound patterns (such as tempo, pulse, meter, grouping, rhythm, motives and phrases, intervals and melody, dynamics, agogic, articulation). Implementation and application of animal sound patterns in the initial music education. Writing an investigation report at the end of the course.

Learning outcomes:
The introduction to zoomusicology as the young field of musicology. Understanding the influence of animal sound patterns on human speech, song, dance and music activities in general. Consideration of terms such as biomusicology, bioacoustics, bioloinguistics. Discovering the hierarchy and chronology of the music phenomena origins. Qualification for reception, perception, cognition, reproduction and notation of animal sound patterns.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Oboe 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: FOBM1 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Dragan Lazić

Description:
Creating of a musical professional / oboe player, qualified to independently perform all aspects of the creative process of performing (solo, in chamber ensembles and orchestras, conducting)

Learning outcomes:
Learining outcomes may be practical (developing skills) and theoretical – developing creative thinking and understanding, as well as developing of higly professional and artistical level in interpretation of capital oboe literature.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Oboe 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: FOBM2 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 16

Professor: Dragan Lazić

Description:
Creating of a musical professional / oboe player, qualified to independently perform all aspects of the creative process of performing (solo, in chamber ensembles and orchestras, conducting)
Performance of the Final – master exam

Learning outcomes:
Learining outcomes may be practical (developing skills) and theoretical – developing creative thinking and understanding, as well as developing of higly professional and artistical level in interpretation of capital oboe literature.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Pedagogical aspects of musical 1 (modules: Music theory and Music pedagogy)

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Science of Music
Code: NMZ1 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Vera Milanković, Milena Petrović

Description:
Interdisciplinary nature of a musical enables each person’s individual simultaneous integration by developing all senses and capabilities for music creation. Each individual by independent and group interpretation, gathers experience in public appearance which, as a result, acquires self confidence, organizing communication capabilities and a balanced kinship of both individual and team contribution to an artistic creation.
The theoretical side of this course offers a concise history of the musical with respect to economic, political, social and cultural factors.
Practical side of this course embraces:
1. Voice prep and vocal technique
2. Dramatic text analysis, and analyzing dramatic action, characters, choreography, costume, style
3. Form analysis and analysis of music numbers elements of structure all within the dramatic text context
4. Sight reading different musicals numbers by solo and group singing
5. Singing with self piano accompaniment or accompanied by a colleague
6. Introducing movement to improve the understanding of the text and its meaning
7. Creating the physical, emotional and social character of the role
8. Establishing communication with the audience
9. Singing with movement establishing unity of body balance, intonation and rhythmic precision
10. Listening to recorded numbers and live performance evaluating the performance, developing critical view and feedback
11. Organizing a short recital at the end of the course involving chamber ensembles from the Faculty of Music

Learning outcomes:
Being informed on trends and opus in the field of XX century musical; Understanding the role of the musical as a historical and cultural phenomenon; Enabling analytical listening and critical reaction to personal and somebody else’s interpretation. Conscious and active understanding of the importance the technique side of interpretation, offering personal impact to the interpretation; Motivating multidimensional approach to music interpretation; Establishing and developing the relation between theoretic and practical side, performing music in public; The capability of interpretation 1) a short repertoire containing a certain number of songs from well known musicals, 2) interpretation of an adapted or an original musical, or 3) understanding music and other arts.


Entry requirements: The music audition – test of aural skills; performance of a musical song by choice

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 10




Pedagogical aspects of the musical 2 (modules: Music theory and Music pedagogy)

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Science of Music
Code: NMZ2 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Vera Milanković, Milena Petrović

Description:
Interdisciplinary nature of a musical enables each person’s individual simultaneous integration by developing all senses and capabilities for music creation. Each individual by independent and group interpretation, gathers experience in public appearance which, as a result, acquires self confidence, organizing communication capabilities and a balanced kinship of both individual and team contribution to an artistic creation.
The theoretical side of this course offers a concise history of the musical with respect to economic, political, social and cultural factors.
Practical side of this course embraces:
1. Voice prep and vocal technique
2. Dramatic text analysis, and analyzing dramatic action, characters, choreography, costume, style
3. Form analysis and analysis of music numbers elements of structure all within the dramatic text context
4. Sight reading different musicals numbers by solo and group singing
5. Singing with self piano accompaniment or accompanied by a colleague
6. Introducing movement to improve the understanding of the text and its meaning
7. Creating the physical, emotional and social character of the role
8. Establishing communication with the audience
9. Singing with movement establishing unity of body balance, intonation and rhythmic precision
10. Listening to recorded numbers and live performance evaluating the performance, developing critical view and feedback
11. Organizing a short recital at the end of the course involving chamber ensembles from the Faculty of Music

Learning outcomes:
Being informed on trends and opus in the field of XX century musical; Understanding the role of the musical as a historical and cultural phenomenon; Enabling analytical listening and critical reaction to personal and somebody else’s interpretation. Conscious and active understanding of the importance the technique side of interpretation, offering personal impact to the interpretation; Motivating multidimensional approach to music interpretation; Establishing and developing the relation between theoretic and practical side, performing music in public; The capability of interpretation 1) a short repertoire containing a certain number of songs from well known musicals, 2) interpretation of an adapted or an original musical, or 3) understanding music and other arts.


Entry requirements: The music audition – test of aural skills; performance of a musical song by choice

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 10




Performance of the musical as a tool for integrative education 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Science of Music
Code: NMZ3 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Vera Milanković, Milena Petrović

Description:
Well trained students for integrative education, meaning the collaboration with teachers lecturing non musical subjects using musical elements: singing, acting, movement and dancing. Introducing the musical to music education contributes to the personal integration by simultaneously activating all senses and capabilities necessary for artistic creation. Through group performance, an individual gains experience in public appearance.

Learning outcomes:
Capability for analytical listening and critical reaction to personal and interpretation of others; Conscious and active understanding of the technique side of performing offers personal impact to the interpretation; Encouraging multidimensional approach to the interpretation; Enabling and developing a tie between theoretical and practical side of public performance; Capability of interpretation of mini-musicals and adapted original musical; Understanding the relation between music and other arts.


Entry requirements: The music audition – test of aural skills; performance of a musical song by choice

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 10




Performance of the musical as a tool for integrative education 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Science of Music
Code: NMZ4 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Vera Milanković, Milena Petrović

Description:
Well trained students for integrative education, meaning the collaboration with teachers lecturing non musical subjects using musical elements: singing, acting, movement and dancing. Introducing the musical to music education contributes to the personal integration by simultaneously activating all senses and capabilities necessary for artistic creation. Through group performance, an individual gains experience in public appearance.

Learning outcomes:
Capability for analytical listening and critical reaction to personal and interpretation of others; Conscious and active understanding of the technique side of performing offers personal impact to the interpretation; Encouraging multidimensional approach to the interpretation; Enabling and developing a tie between theoretical and practical side of public performance; Capability of interpretation of mini-musicals and adapted original musical; Understanding the relation between music and other arts.


Entry requirements: The music audition – test of aural skills; performance of a musical song by choice

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 10




Psychology of Music Giftedness

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Elective Courses
Code: GPSM2 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Dr Blanka Bogunović

Description:
Introduction to basic concepts of music talent development, conditions and relevant factors of long-term (un)successful development of musically gifted individuals – from prenatal to professional musician. Educational aspects of music giftedness and gaining expertness. Acquiring performance, creative and theoretical competences. Lifelong learning perspective in professional growth. Workshops for gaining basic skills in different fields of music profession.

Learning outcomes:
Knowing, understanding and applying psychological knowledge in a process of acquiring competences for performing, creating and understanding music; Knowledge application in a field of music education and vocal-instrumental tuition.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Trombone – Tuba

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: FTBM1 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Melita Benčić, Krunoslav Babić

Description:
Creating of a musical professional / trombone/tuba player, qualified to independently perform all aspects of the creative process of performing (solo, in chamber ensembles and orchestras, conducting)

Learning outcomes:
Learining outcomes may be practical (developing skills) and theoretical – developing creative thinking and understanding, as well as developing of higly professional and artistical level in interpretation of capital trombone/tuba literature.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Trombone – Tuba 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: FTBM2 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 16

Professor: Melita Benčić, Krunoslav Babić

Description:
Creating of a musical professional / trombone/tuba player, qualified to independently perform all aspects of the creative process of performing (solo, in chamber ensembles and orchestras, conducting)
Performance of the final – Master exam

Learning outcomes:
Learining outcomes may be practical (developing skills) and theoretical – developing creative thinking and understanding, as well as developing of higly professional and artistical level in interpretation of capital trombone/tuba literature.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Trumpet 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: FTRM1 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: FTRM1

Professor: Mladen Đorđević

Description:
Creating of a musical professional / trumpet player, qualified to independently perform all aspects of the creative process of performing (solo, in chamber ensembles and orchestras, conducting)

Learning outcomes:
Learining outcomes may be practical (developing skills) and theoretical – developing creative thinking and understanding, as well as developing of higly professional and artistical level in interpretation of capital trumpet literature.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Trumpet 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: FTRM2 | Course level: master | ECTS credits: 16

Professor: Mladen Đorđević

Description:
Creating of a musical professional / trumpet player, qualified to independently perform all aspects of the creative process of performing (solo, in chamber ensembles and orchestras, conducting)
Performance of the final – master exam

Learning outcomes:
Learining outcomes may be practical (developing skills) and theoretical – developing creative thinking and understanding, as well as developing of higly professional and artistical level in interpretation of capital trumpet literature.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2