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Basson 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFG01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mirko Isaeski

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - bassoon player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Basson 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFG02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mirko Isaeski

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - bassoon player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Basson 3

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFG03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mirko Isaeski

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - bassoon player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Basson 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFG04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mirko Isaeski

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - bassoon player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Basson 5 with teaching methods

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFG05 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mirko Isaeski

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - bassoon player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Basson 6 with teaching methods

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFG06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mirko Isaeski

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - bassoon player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Basson 7

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFG07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mirko Isaeski

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - bassoon player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Basson 8

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFG08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mirko Isaeski

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - bassoon player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Chamber music 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Piano
Code: KKM4 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Tea Dimitrijević, Dejan Subotić, Igor Lazić, Sonja Loncčar, 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 improving skills of playing music in ensemble.


Entry requirements: Sufficient oral communication in English. At least one semester of playing in ensemble experience.

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Chamber music 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Piano
Code: KKM2 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Tea Dimitrijević, Dejan Subotić, Igor Lazić, Sonja Loncčar, 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 developing skills of playing music in ensemble.


Entry requirements: Sufficient oral communication in English. At least one semester of playing in ensemble experience.

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Chamber music 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: KKM02 | Course level: undergraduate | 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 developing skills of playing music in ensemble.


Entry requirements: sufficient oral communication in English

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Chamber music 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: KKM02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Tea Dimitrijević, Dejan Subotić, Igor Lazić, Sonja Loncar, 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 developing skills of playing music in ensemble.


Entry requirements: Sufficient oral communication in English. At least one semester of playing in ensemble experience.

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Chamber music 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: KKM04 | Course level: undergraduate | 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 improving skills of playing music in ensemble.


Entry requirements: sufficient oral communication in English

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Chamber music 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: KKM04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Tea Dimitrijević, Dejan Subotić, Igor Lazić, Sonja Loncar, 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 developing skills of playing music in ensemble.


Entry requirements: Sufficient oral communication in English. At least one semester of playing in ensemble experience.

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Chamber music 6

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Piano
Code: KKM6 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Tea Dimitrijević, Dejan Subotić, Igor Lazić, Sonja Loncčar, 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 developing skills of playing music in ensemble.


Entry requirements: Sufficient oral communication in English. At least one semester of playing in ensemble experience.

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Chamber music 6

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: KKM06 | Course level: undergraduate | 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 improving skills of playing music in ensemble.


Entry requirements: sufficient oral communication in English

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Chamber music 6

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: KKM06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Tea Dimitrijević, Dejan Subotić, Igor Lazić, Sonja Loncar, 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 developing skills of playing music in ensemble.


Entry requirements: Sufficient oral communication in English. At least one semester of playing in ensemble experience.

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Clarinet 6 with practical teaching methods

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FCL06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Ognjen Popović

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - clarinetist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Clarinet 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FCL01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Ognjen Popović

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – clarinetist on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Clarinet 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FCL02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Ognjen Popović

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - clarinetist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Clarinet 3

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FCL03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Ognjen Popović

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - clarinetist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Clarinet 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FCL04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Ognjen Popović

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - clarinetist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Clarinet 5 with practical teaching methods

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FCL05 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Ognjen Popović

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - clarinetist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Clarinet 7

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FCL07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Ognjen Popovic

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - clarinetist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Clarinet 8

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FCL07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Ognjen Popović

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - clarinetist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Composition 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Composition
Code: AKZ01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Zoran Erić, Isidora Žebeljan, Tatjana Milošević Mijanović, Svetlana Savić, Branka Popović, Dragan Latinčić

Description:
Composing instrumental composition of at least three different movements, in simple form, for harmonic instrument (piano, harpsichord or organ) or harmonic instrument and another instrument of choice.

Learning outcomes:
The student has mastered the process of composing of an instrumental multimovement composition, in simple form for harmonic instrument or harmonic instrument and another instrument of choice.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Composition 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Composition
Code: AKZ02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Zoran Erić, Isidora Žebeljan, Tatjana Milošević Mijanović, Svetlana Savić, Branka Popović, Dragan Latinčić

Description:
Composing 1) one free-form composition for voice (with obligatory text) and harmonic instrument or voice, harmonic instrument, and an instrument of choice 2) a composition for choir a cappella (with text).

Learning outcomes:
The student has mastered the process of composing for voice (with obligatory text) and a harmonic instrument (or voice, harmonic instrument and another instrument of choice) and for choir a cappella (with text).


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Composition 3

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Composition
Code: AKZ03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Zoran Erić, Isidora Žebeljan, Tatjana Milošević Mijanović, Svetlana Savić, Branka Popović, Dragan Latinčić

Description:
Instrumental composition or instrumental compositions with movements in complex form, for one, two or three instruments of free choice, namely: A) One instrumental composition consisting of three movements, or b) Two instrumental compositions of which one is consisting of two movements plus one single-movement composition, or C) Three single-movement compositions.

Learning outcomes:
The student has mastered the process of composing of a single-movement composition and multi-movement compositions in complex musical form for one, two or three instruments.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Composition 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Composition
Code: AKZ04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 8

Professor: Zoran Erić, Isidora Žebeljan, Tatjana Milošević Mijanović, Svetlana Savić, Branka Popović, Dragan Latinčić

Description:
A) One piece for voice (obligatory text) and one, two or three instruments of free choice, or B) A composition for choir a cappella.

Learning outcomes:
The student has mastered the process of composing of a free-form composition for voice and (up to three) instruments or free-form compositions for the choir.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Flute 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFL01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miomir Simonović

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - flutist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Flute 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFL02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miomir Simonović

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - flutist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Flute 3

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFL03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miomir Simonović

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - flutist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Flute 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFL04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miomir Simonović

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - flutist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Flute 5 with teaching methods

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFL05 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miomir Simonović

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - flutist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Flute 6 with teaching methods

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFL06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miomir Simonović

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - flutist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Flute 7

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFL07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miomir Simonović

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - flutist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Flute 8

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FFL08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miomir Simonović

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - flutist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Guitar 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IGT01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Srđan Tošić

Description:
To study guitar, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: Enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Guitar 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IGT02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Srđan Tošić

Description:
To study guitar, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Guitar 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Performing Arts
Code: IGTM2 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 14

Professor: Srđan Tošić

Description:
During this semester student will finish his/her programme, and perform it in public, i.e. final exam is in form of concert.

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: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Guitar 3

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IGT03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Srđan Tošić

Description:
To study guitar, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Harp 5

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IHF05 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milena Stanišić, Ljiljana Nestorovska

Description:
The aim of the course is to study solo performance on pedal harp, lever harp, methodic of teaching the harp, and harp parts for Orchestra performance.

Learning outcomes:
Creation of the music personality of the harpist of high level of professionalism. Upon the end of the study program, module harp, student acquires competence to work in orchestras, teaching work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions. In addition, the student acquires the possibility of continuing education at the second level of studies(master), the study program Harp.


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Guitar 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IGT04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Srđan Tošić

Description:
To study guitar, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Harp 6

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IHF06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milena Stanišić, Ljiljana Nestorovska

Description:
The aim of the course is to study solo performance on pedal harp, lever harp, methodic of teaching the harp, and harp parts for Orchestra performance.

Learning outcomes:
Creation of the music personality of the harpist of high level of professionalism. Upon the end of the study program, module harp, student acquires competence to work in orchestras, teaching work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions. In addition, the student acquires the possibility of continuing education at the second level of studies(master), the study program Harp.


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Guitar 5

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IGT05 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Srđan Tošić

Description:
To study guitar, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Harp 7

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IHF07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milena Stanišić, Ljiljana Nestorovska

Description:
The aim of the course is to study solo performance on pedal harp, lever harp, methodic of teaching the harp, and harp parts for Orchestra performance.

Learning outcomes:
Creation of the music personality of the harpist of high level of professionalism. Upon the end of the study program, module harp, student acquires competence to work in orchestras, teaching work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions. In addition, the student acquires the possibility of continuing education at the second level of studies(master), the study program Harp.


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Guitar 6

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IGT06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Srđan Tošić

Description:
To study guitar, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Harp 8

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IHF08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milena Stanišić, Ljiljana Nestorovska

Description:
The aim of the course is to study solo performance on pedal harp, lever harp, methodic of teaching the harp, and harp parts for Orchestra performance.

Learning outcomes:
Creation of the music personality of the harpist of high level of professionalism. Upon the end of the study program, module harp, student acquires competence to work in orchestras, teaching work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions. In addition, the student acquires the possibility of continuing education at the second level of studies (master), the study program Harp.


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Guitar 7

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IGT07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Srđan Tošić

Description:
To study guitar, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Guitar 8

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IGT08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Srđan Tošić

Description:
To study guitar, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Harpsichord 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: ICG02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 13

Professor: Milan Popović

Description:
Practical work on the harpsichord repertoire from 16th to 18th century. The working repertoire is chosen regarding the musical and technical skills and affinities of student.

Learning outcomes:
Development of skills in the fields of artistic performance and musical training, psychological aspect of performance, critical opinion, and creative work.


Entry requirements: sufficient oral communication in English; at least 1 semester on harpsichord undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Harp 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IHF01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milena Stanišić, Ljiljana Nestorovska

Description:
The aim of the course is to solo performance on pedal harp, lever harp, methodic of teaching the harp, and harp parts for Orchestra performance.

Learning outcomes:
Creation of the music personality of the harpist of high level of professionalism. Upon the end of the study program, module harp, student acquires competence to work in orchestras, teaching work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions. In addition, the student acquires the possibility of continuing education at the second level of studies (master), the study program Harp.


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Harp 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IHF02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milena Stanišić, Ljiljana Nestorovska

Description:
The aim of the course is to study solo performance on pedal harp, lever harp, methodic of teaching the harp, and harp parts for Orchestra performance.

Learning outcomes:
Creation of the music personality of the harpist of high level of professionalism. Upon the end of the study program, module harp, student acquires competence to work in orchestras, teaching work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions. In addition, the student acquires the possibility of continuing education at the second level of studies (master), the study program Harp.


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Harp 3

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IHF03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milena Stanišić, Ljiljana Nestorovska

Description:
The aim of the course is to study solo performance on pedal harp, lever harp, methodic of teaching the harp, and harp parts for orchestra performance.

Learning outcomes:
Creation of the music personality of the harpist of high level of professionalism. Upon the end of the study program, module harp, student acquires competence to work in orchestras, teaching work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions. In addition, the student acquires the possibility of continuing education at the second level of studies (master), the study program Harp.


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Harp 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IHF04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milena Stanišić, Ljiljana Nestorovska

Description:
The aim of the course is to study solo performance on pedal harp, lever harp, methodic of teaching the harp, and harp parts for Orchestra performance.

Learning outcomes:
Creation of the music personality of the harpist of high level of professionalism. Upon the end of the study program, module harp, student acquires competence to work in orchestras, teaching work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions. In addition, the student acquires the possibility of continuing education at the second level of studies (master), the study program Harp.


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Harpsichord 3

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: ICG03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 13

Professor: Milan Popović

Description:
Practical work on the harpsichord repertoire from 16th to 18th century. The working repertoire is chosen regarding the musical and technical skills and affinities of student.

Learning outcomes:
Development of skills in the fields of artistic performance and musical training, psychological aspect of performance, critical opinion, and creative work.


Entry requirements: sufficient oral communication in English; at least 2 semesters on harpsichord undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Harpsichord 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: ICG04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 13

Professor: Milan Popović

Description:
Practical work on the harpsichord repertoire from 16th to 18th century. The working repertoire is chosen regarding the musical and technical skills and affinities of student.

Learning outcomes:
Development of skills in the fields of artistic performance and musical training, psychological aspect of performance, critical opinion, and creative work.


Entry requirements: sufficient oral communication in English; at least 3 semesters on harpsichord undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Harpsichord 5

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: ICG05 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 10

Professor: Milan Popović

Description:
Practical work on the harpsichord repertoire from 16th to 21th century. The working repertoire is chosen regarding the musical and technical skills and affinities of student.

Learning outcomes:
Development of skills in the fields of artistic performance and musical training, psychological aspect of performance, critical opinion, and creative work.


Entry requirements: sufficient oral communication in English; at least 4 semesters on harpsichord undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Harpsichord 6

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: ICG06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 10

Professor: Milan Popović

Description:
Practical work on the harpsichord repertoire from 16th to 21th century. The working repertoire is chosen regarding the musical and technical skills and affinities of student.

Learning outcomes:
Development of skills in the fields of artistic performance and musical training, psychological aspect of performance, critical opinion, and creative work.


Entry requirements: sufficient oral communication in English; at least 5 semesters on harpsichord undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Harpsichord 7

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: ICG07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 13

Professor: Milan Popović

Description:
Practical work on the harpsichord repertoire from 16th to 21th century. The working repertoire is chosen regarding the musical and technical skills and affinities of student.

Learning outcomes:
Development of skills in the fields of artistic performance and musical training, psychological aspect of performance, critical opinion, and creative work.


Entry requirements: sufficient oral communication in English; at least 6 semesters on harpsichord studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Harpsichord 8

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: ICG08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milan Popović

Description:
Practical work on the harpsichord repertoire from 16th to 21th century. The working repertoire is chosen regarding the musical and technical skills and affinities of student.

Learning outcomes:
Development of skills in the fields of artistic performance and musical training, psychological aspect of performance, critical opinion, and creative work.


Entry requirements: sufficient oral communication in English; at least 7 semesters on harpsichord studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Horn 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FHR01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milan Radić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - hornets, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Horn 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FHR02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milan Radić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - hornets, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Horn 3

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FHR03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milan Radić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - hornets, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Horn 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FHR04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milan Radić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - hornets, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Horn 5 with teaching methods

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FHR05 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milan Radić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - hornets, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Horn 6 with teaching methods

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FHR06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milan Radić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - hornets, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Horn 7

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FHR07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milan Radić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - hornets, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Horn 8

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FHR08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Milan Radić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - hornets, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Introduction to Film and Theatre music

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Composition
Code: APMM1 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 5

Professor: Zoran Erić, Branka Popović

Description:
The lectures are focused on a specific kind of compositional process which as a result has the music designed to be part of a bigger collaborative project such as theatrical or cinematic work of art. They are based on an analysis of relevant works and on composing for excerpt of a drama and excerpt of a film. Instead of creation of a new piece of music, the selection from an existing repertoire is also possible. Having in mind that composition for the theatre or film is more than just compositional process; lectures include discussions about certain issues important for the communication between a composer and a producer and director. Focus is also on understanding of the proposed text or scenario, defining of its overall atmosphere which should be expressed through the music, decision about the most suitable music genre and ensemble and on decision making process about where to put the music and how it should enter and exit the situation etc.

Learning outcomes:
The student has acquired the basic information and knowledge about contemporary compositional practice in the field of theatre and film music and is able to successfully cooperate in the realization of theatre or film project.



Entry requirements: Desirable: compositional skills and the use of musical software such as Sibelius, Logic, Sound Forge, Cubase etc.

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Methods and theories of dance analysis

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Ethnomusicology
Code: JEK02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Selena Rakočević

Description:
General introduction into the scholarly field of ethnochoreology, its general theories (Janković, Laban, Lange, Kaeppler, Bakka), methods of field research, dance analyisis, Labanotation; workshops of Serbian folk dances


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Oboe 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FOB01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Dragan Lazić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - oboist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Oboe 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FOB02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Dragan Lazić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - oboist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Oboe 3

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FOB03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Dragan Lazić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - oboist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Oboe 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FOB04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Dragan Lazić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - oboist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Oboe 5 with teaching methods

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FOB05 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Dragan Lazić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - oboist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Oboe 6 with teaching methods

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FOB06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Dragan Lazić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - oboist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Oboe 7

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind Instruments
Code: FOB07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Dragan Lazić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - oboist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Oboe 8

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FOB08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Dragan Lazić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality - oboist, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Organ 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IOG01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 9

Professor: Maja Smiljanić Radić

Description:
To study organ, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Organ 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IOG02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 9

Professor: Maja Smiljanić Radić

Description:
To study organ, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Organ 3

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IOG03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 9

Professor: Maja Smiljanić Radić

Description:
To study organ, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: Enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Organ 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IOG04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 9

Professor: Maja Smiljanić Radić

Description:
To study organ, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Organ 5

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IOG05 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 9

Professor: Maja Smiljanić Radić

Description:
To study organ, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Organ 6

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IOG06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 9

Professor: Maja Smiljanić Radić

Description:
To study organ, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Organ 7

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IOG06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 9

Professor: Maja Smiljanić Radić

Description:
To study organ, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Organ 8

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IOG08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 9

Professor: Maja Smiljanić Radić

Description:
To study organ, all aspects of solo performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Percussion 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IUD01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miroslav Karlović, Srđan Palačković

Description:
To study different percussion instruments, all aspects of solo and orchestra performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Percussion 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IUD02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miroslav Karlović, Srđan Palačković

Description:
To study different percussion instruments, all aspects of solo and orchestra performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Percussion 3

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IUD03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miroslav Karlović, Srđan Palačković

Description:
To study different percussion instruments, all aspects of solo and orchestra performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Percussion 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IUD04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miroslav Karlović, Srđan Palačković

Description:
To study different percussion instruments, all aspects of solo and orchestra performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Percussion 5

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IUD05 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miroslav Karlović, Srđan Palačković

Description:
To study different percussion instruments, all aspects of solo and orchestra performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Percussion 6

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IUD06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miroslav Karlović, Srđan Palačković

Description:
To study different percussion instruments, all aspects of solo and orchestra performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Percussion 7

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IUD07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miroslav Karlović, Srđan Palačković

Description:
To study different percussion instruments, all aspects of solo and orchestra performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Percussion 8

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Poly-instrumental department
Code: IUD08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Miroslav Karlović, Srđan Palačković

Description:
To study different percussion instruments, all aspects of solo and orchestra performance

Learning outcomes:
The learning outcomes are the acquisition of practical skills (skills of artistic expression, playing in ensembles, exercise and maintenance of rehearsals, public performance, skills of accompaniment and improvisation, reading scores, repertoire skills and the skills for Teaching), theoretical knowledge (knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical materials, knowledge of the context of music theory, music history, styles and performing traditions in music technology, basic financial and legal aspects of the profession, modern principles and methods in pedagogy, the basic elements of music psychology and theory of art), and certain general competences (autonomy , psychological understanding, critical awareness and communication skills).


Entry requirements: enrolled undergraduate studies

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Politics of folk dance theatralisation 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Ethnomusicology
Code: JEK08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Selena Rakočević

Description:
History of scenic representation of folk dance; work of main choreographers (Igor Moiseyev, Filip Kutev, Ivan Ivančan, Olga Skovran etc); regional styles of folk dance theatralisation in the Southeastern Europe

Learning outcomes:
Understanding of various kinds of theatralization of folk dance in the region of Eastern Europe, particularly Southeastern Europe


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Politics of folk dance theatralisation 7

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Ethnomusicology
Code: JEK07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Selena Rakočević

Description:
History of scenic representation of folk dance; work of main choreographers (Igor Moiseyev, Filip Kutev, Ivan Ivančan, Olga Skovran etc); regional styles of folk dance theatralisation in the Southeastern Europe

Learning outcomes:
Understanding of various kinds of theatralization of folk dance in the region of Eastern Europe, particularly Southeastern Europe


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Social and material culture of Balkan societies 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Ethnomusicology
Code: JET01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Dunja Njaradi

Description:
The course outlines main characteristics of traditional culture of the Balkan societies including discussions on family, kinship, tribal systems, common law, architecture and traditional costume.

Learning outcomes:
Understanding and basic knowledge about the material culture in Balkan.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Social and Material Culture of Balkan Societies 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Ethnomusicology
Code: JET02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Dunja Njaradi

Description:
The course outlines main characteristics of traditional culture of the Balkan societies including discussions on family, kinship, tribal systems, common law, architecture and traditional costume

Learning outcomes:
Understanding and basic knowledge about the material culture in Balkan.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Sociology of Culture

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Musicology
Code: GSC01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Rada Drezgić

Description:
The goal of this course is to introduce students to the major concepts, themes and theories in sociology of culture. We will examine how social processes influence cultural formations and how culture influences social processes and social structures. Special attention will be given to empirical research and to theories that inform it.

Learning outcomes:
After completing the course students will be able to interpret and compare the most important theoretical orientations within the discipline of Sociology of Culture; to understand the mutual relationship between art and society in general and particularly between music, culture and society. Students are also expected, after completing the course, to be able to critically scrutinize various aspects of the relationship between modern society, art and culture


Semester: Autumn & Spring | Number of semesters: 2 | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Structural analysis of dance 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Ethnomusicology
Code: JEKD1 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Selena Rakočević

Description:
General overview of the main methods of structural analysis of dance (Hungarian "school", Syllabus of the IFMC, Giruchescu & Kroschlova, Kaeppler, Norvegian "school", Rakočević); their application on various video examples; Labanotation; workshops of Serbian folk dance

Learning outcomes:
Structural analysis of various dance types


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Structural analysis of dance 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Ethnomusicology
Code: JEKD 2 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 3

Professor: Selena Rakočević

Description:
General overview of the main methods of structural analysis of dance (Hungarian "school", Syllabus of the IFMC, Giruchescu & Kroschlova, Kaeppler, Norvegian "school", Rakočević); their application on various video examples; Labanotation; workshops of Serbian folk dance

Learning outcomes:
Structural analysis of various dance types


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 4




Studies of ritual and ritual trance

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Ethnomusicology
Code: JEK03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 4

Professor: Dunja Njaradi

Description:
General introduction to the study of ritual in cultural anthropology with a special emphasis on the study of ritual trance in Balkan, European and African societies.

Learning outcomes:
Understanding of the concept of ritual in anthropology.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 5




Traditional singing and music making 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Ethnomusicology
Code: TNP01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Sanja Ranković

Description:
At the Faculty of Music Art, traditional singing is studied within the subject 'traditional singing and music making', that all students attend two times per week. In the course of every semester in graduate studies, songs of a certain vocal dialect are interpreted, and in the last semester of graduate studies, songs of other nations are also interpreted. Besides singing, there is a class devoted to flute playing, and this class is available throughout all the years of graduate studies. During the year, encounters with rural singers are organized for the students, and they can learn from them and they can "adopt delicate aesthetic tones". Students learn to sing all types of one part and two part singing from Serbia and from different regions in Balkan where Serbs lives.

Learning outcomes:
Understanding of traditional concept of singing and music making.


Entry requirements: A sufficient level of musical literacy and prominent vocal skills

Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Traditional singing and music making 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Ethnomusicology
Code: TNP02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 2

Professor: Sanja Ranković

Description:
At the Faculty of Music Art, traditional singing is studied within the subject 'traditional singing and music making', that all students attend two times per week. In the course of every semester in graduate studies, songs of a certain vocal dialect are interpreted, and in the last semester of graduate studies, songs of other nations are also interpreted. Besides singing, there is a class devoted to flute playing, and this class is available throughout all the years of graduate studies. During the year, encounters with rural singers are organized for the students, and they can learn from them and they can "adopt delicate aesthetic tones". Students learn to sing all types of one part and two part singing from Serbia and from different regions in Balkan where Serbs lives.

Learning outcomes:
Understanding of traditional concept of singing and music making.


Entry requirements: A sufficient level of musical literacy and prominent vocal skills

Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 2




Trombone – Tuba 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTB01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Aleksandar Benčić, Krunoslav Babić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trombone-tuba player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Trombone – Tuba 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTB02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Aleksandar Benčić, Krunoslav Babić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trombone-tuba player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Trombone – Tuba 3

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTB03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Aleksandar Benčić, Krunoslav Babić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trombone-tuba player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Trombone – Tuba 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTB04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Aleksandar Benčić, Krunoslav Babić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trombone-tuba player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Trombone – Tuba 5 with teaching methods

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTB05 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Aleksandar Benčić, Krunoslav Babić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trombone-tuba player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Trombone – Tuba 6 with teaching methods

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTB06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Aleksandar Benčić, Krunoslav Babić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trombone-tuba player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Trombone – Tuba 7

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTB07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Aleksandar Benčić, Krunoslav Babić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trombone-tuba player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Trombone – Tuba 8

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTB08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Aleksandar Benčić, Krunoslav Babić

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trombone-tuba player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Trumpet 1

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTR01 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mladen Đorđević

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trumpet player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Trumpet 2

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTR02 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mladen Đorđević

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trumpet player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Trumpet 3

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTR03 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mladen Đorđević

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trumpet player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Trumpet 4

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTR04 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mladen Đorđević

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trumpet player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Trumpet 5 with teaching methods

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTR05 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mladen Đorđević

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trumpet player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Trumpet 6 with teaching methods

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTR06 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mladen Đorđević

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trumpet player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Trumpet 7

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTR07 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mladen Đorđević

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trumpet player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: autumn | Maximum number of visiting students: 1




Trumpet 8

Faculty of Music

Study Programme: Wind instruments
Code: FTR08 | Course level: undergraduate | ECTS credits: 12

Professor: Mladen Đorđević

Description:
The purpose of the subject is the establishment of Wind instruments musical personality – trumpet player, on high professional level. Upon the end of the study program Wind instruments, students can acquire competence for pedagogical work in elementary music and general education schools, as well as in cultural institutions, orchestras and ensembles.

Learning outcomes:
Learning outcomes could be practical, i.e. skill-based (independent art activity, pedagogical and creative work, the possibility of continuing education, playing in ensembles, skills necessary for public performance) and knowledge-based (theoretical):
Knowledge and understanding of repertoire and musical material - good knowledge of the main flows of repertoire within the main subject and the specialized knowledge of the repertoire.
- Knowledge and understanding of the context in the narrow field of specialization
- Knowledge of music theory
- Knowledge of musical styles, performing tradition
- Knowledge about the financial, commercial and legal aspects of the profession of musicians.


Semester: spring | Maximum number of visiting students: 1