Constituting Neoclassicism in Serbia or: How and Why Neoclassicism Can Be Understood as Modernism – a Study of Ristić’s Second Symphony

Authors

  • Vesna Mikić

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.43.2.99-104

Keywords:

Serbian music, neoclassicism, sober modernism, socialist aestheticism, ’50s, Milan Ristić

Abstract

The paper examines the possible re-contextualization of the Serbian musical neoclassicism in the field of (sober) modernism/socialist aestheticism characteristic for Serbian art and literature of the fifties. From that perspective, the Second Symphony (1951) by Milan Ristić is seen as the constitutive piece of neoclassicism/sober modernism, i.e. of artistic tendency that is going to become very important for understanding Serbian music in the second half of the 20th century.

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Published

01.12.2007

How to Cite

Mikić, V. (2007). Constituting Neoclassicism in Serbia or: How and Why Neoclassicism Can Be Understood as Modernism – a Study of Ristić’s Second Symphony. Musicological Annual, 43(2), 99–104. https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.43.2.99-104

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