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Title: Muška učiteljska škola kao nosilac muzičkog života u Jagodini krajem 19. i u prvoj polovini 20. veka
Authors: Vukićević, Nataša
Journal: Uzdanica
Issue Date: Dec-2018
Abstract: This paper deals with the role of the Male Teacher Training School in the development of music education and musical culture, as well as in the advancement of cultural life in Jagodina at the end of the 19th century and in the first half of the 20th century. The founder and the first principal of the School – teacher, pedagogue and writer Sreten Adžić, introduced many inovations in all fields of educational work, such as boarding school system and concept of selection and enrolment of candidates, which contributed to a successful music education as well. The first music teacher in the School, Vladimir R. Đorđević, a famous composer and music pedagogue, laid the foundations of music education: he especially emphasized the proper learning of singing, he conducted students’ choirs and orchestras and he was enthusiastically committed to the preservation of authentic folk music. A prominent composer Milenko Paunović and other musical experts – Uglješa and Svetozar Smiljanić and Veljko Komarek continued Đorđević’s work in the School. Based on the analysis of their pedagogical and artistic work, it can be concluded that the Teacher Training School, with its talented and dedicated teachers of music, had the crucial role in the development of musical culture in Jagodina in the first half of the 20th century.
Type: Article
ISSN: 1451-673X
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Education, Jagodina
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