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Papers quoted in Current Contents on project 6-04-195

Quoted papers: 4
Other papers: 45
Total: 49

Title: Musicology in Croatia from 1980 to 1989. Realisations of the Eighties and perspectives for the Nineties

Tuksar, Stanislav (65831)
Journal: Acta Musicologica
Number: 2
Volume: 63
Year: 1991
Pages: from 200 to 210
Number of references: 35
Language: francuski
Summary: In presenting musicological achievements in Croatia of the1980s and the perspectives for the 1990s, the article follows thearticulation of themes and goals as established by the musichistorian Josip Andreis during the 1960s and 1970s. Thus it ispresented the actual situation and achievements in universitystudies of musicology, research institutions, writing of historyof Croatian music from the Middle Ages to the 20th century,research and arranging of musical archives, interdisciplinaryprojects and systematic musicology, lexicography, musicologicalperiodicals and publications in general. Perspectives aresuggested for the possible continuation of already existingtendencies, as aforementioned, into the 1990s, as well as for newdemands and possibilities in Croatian musicology (e.g.decentralisation of research, expansion of publicationactivities, lexicographical projects, international researchprojects, etc.).
Keywords: musicology, 1980s, 1990s, Croatia, studies in musicology, history of Croatian music, musical archives, music publications, musicological research, musical lexicography, interdisciplinary research

Title: Music Research Libraries, Archives and Collections in Croatia

Tuksar, Stanislav (65831)
Journal: International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music
Number: 1
ISSN: 0351-5796
Volume: 24
Year: 1992
Pages: from 119 to 140
Number of references: 10
Language: engleski
Summary: The cataloguing of music documentation in Croatia is a project inthe advanced initial phase. This music material (music prints,manuscripts, books) was gathered continuously from the 10th tothe 20th century and has been preserved at more than 200locations in c. 60.000 units. The article brings a history ofresearch in music collections in Croatia, data on the level oftheir arrangement and their classification.
Keywords: music libraries, music archives, music collections, Croatia, music catalogues, arrangement of archives, classification of archives

Title: Giuseppe Tartini and his circle in Croatian music archives and collections

Katalinić, Vjera (35001)
Journal: Muzikološki zbornik
Volume: 28
Year: 1992
Pages: from 35 to 39
Number of references: 11
Language: hrvatski
Summary: Of over fifty registered Croatian music collections, twelve(those in Rijeka, Cres, Split, Hvar, Stari Grad, Omiš,Dubrovnik, Zagreb and Varaždin) comprise compositions by sevenmemebers of the Tartini circle (Tartini, Calegari, Valotti,Naumann, Nardini, Paganelli, Pagin). For the most part, these arecontemporary manuscripts from the end of the 18th and thebeginning of the 19th centuries, and the rest are later prints.The majority of this music was brought to Croatia from Italianand German countries.
Keywords: Croatian music collections, Croatian music archives, Giuseppe Tartini, the Tartini composers' circle, music manuscripts, music prints, 18th century, 19th century

Title: Traditional Church Singing in Kraljevica (Croatia): the Work of Lujza Kozinović

Doliner, Gorana (516)
Journal: The World of Music
Number: 2
ISSN: 0043-8774
Volume: 33
Year: 1991
Pages: from 51 to 64
Number of references: 16
Language: engleski
Summary: Music and gender is treated here through the role of LujzaKozinović (1887-1975), who was composer, choir conductor,collector and researcher of traditional Croatian church music.Her work in Kraljevica resulted with elaborated traditionalchurch (and also Glagolitic) music material. Her legacy is keptin the Sisters of Charity nunnery library in Zagreb, and herprinted music can be found in numerous Croatian musiccollections.
Keywords: music and gender, Lujza Kozinović, woman composer, traditional Croatian church music, Glagolitic singing, Croatian music collections,, Sisters of Charity

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