Тhere are seventeen Proceedings published in Serbian by the Faculty of Music in Belgrade. The content of each proceedings follows below.

The content of the 1st Pedagogical Forum:

1. V. Milankovic: The history of Solfeggio Department
2. Z. Vasiljevic: Miodrag A. Vasiljevic
3. V. K. Sekulic: Borivoje Popovic
4. B. Matorkic: Miroslava Vasiljevic
5. G. Karan: A. Olujic
6. V. Milankovic: Dr Zorislava M. Vasiljevic
7. I. Hrpka: The catalogue of MA thesis at the Solfeggio Department
8. D. Todorovic: Solfeggio competition

 








The content of the 2nd Pedagogical Forum:

1. Lj. Bogoeva: Words and music
2. D. Zec: Poetry rhythm and language rhythm
3. I. Arsikin: The basics of vocal technique
4. M. Petrovic: How to achieve natural singing?
5. V. Krsic-Sekulic: Singing as the condition for successful instrumentalist development
6. M. Petrovic: Song in the context of music education tradition of Serbian 19th and 20th century
7. G. Karan: Serbian folk song in the literature for sight singing education
8. S. Marinkovic: Folk songs Proceedings in the history of Serbian music
9. B. Matorkic-Ivanovic: The song as a choir expression
10. I. Drobni: The role of song in music education
11. V. Milankovic: The song as the base for creating music vocabulary 
12. M. Djordjevic: The song in the initial piano training
13. V. Milankovic, B. Jelic, G. Acic: The song: measuring perception and reproduction abilities
14. I. Perkovic: The role of text in the church music
15. A. Sabo: The form of song - analytic observations



The content of the 6th Pedagogical Forum:

1. Jelena Petrovic: Musician and conductor in the church and its role in the ortodox servise
2. Marina Gavrilovic: Application of spiritual music of St. Mokranjac in solfeggio teaching
3. Natalija Benderovic: Serbian church chanting as the addition to the subject vocal counterpoint
4. Slobodan Kodela: The influence of traditional song and new folk music on the youth education
5. Ivana Drobni: Miodrag A. Vasiljevic, the reformer of the initial music methodology
6. Vesna Krsic Sekulic: Functual tones universality in solfeggio teaching
7. Jelena Beocanin: Some actual problems in Serbian solfeggio teaching
8. Gordana Acic: Evaluation of music education in the music high school in the context of the further academic education
9. Gordana Acic: About the stagefright in musicians adults
10. Sandra Dabic: Assessments in solfeggio
11. Dragana Todorovic: Music willingness
12. Milena Petrovic and Vera Milankovic: The highlights in the fields of music and psychology of music
13. Ivana Hrpka: Reform of the French music education programm by the end of 20th century
14. Marina Markovic: Presentation of the specialisation studies in Musical
15. Milena Petrovic: Evaluation of the specialisation studies in Musical
16. Milena Petrovic and Vera Milankovic: The problem of students literacy at the Department of Music education at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade



The content of the 7th Pedagogical Forum:

1. G. Karan: Miloje Milojevic: music educator and author of instructive music literature
2. V. Krsic Sekulic: Application of general didactic principles in music education
3. S. Radojevic: Interdisciplinary and interfunctional features of solfeggio teaching
4. S. Ristic: Metods of solfeggio: from the written preparation to practical solfeggio lesson
5. M. Kaplarevic: Treatmant of styles in solfeggio
6. V. Milankovic and M. Petrovic: The contribution to creative solfeggio
7. G. Reljin Stepancic: Clavinova in solfeggio
8. S. Grujic-Vlajnic: The role of rhythmic instruments in music education - childrens' music production in the initial music education
9. J. Vranic: Term and deffinition of movement in music
10. G. Acic: Music as communication: have you ever thought about it?
11. V. Milankovic, G. Acic, M. Petrovic, J. Vranic: Music perception in musicians and non-musicians
12. M. Petrovic: Theory and practice: sensomotor music memory helps interpretation
13. M. Petrovic: How to unite theory and practice in the common field of conciousness?
14. V. Opsenica: Voice agility 
15. B. Matorkic Ivanovic: Amateurism and professionalism in the choir singing
16. M. Markovic: Techniqual preparation and voice technique exercises relation
17. S. Dobrota: Music therapy - qualitative research and aesthetic aspects



The content of the 8th Pedagogical Forum of Performing Arts:


1. Marina Markovic: Spiritual Calendar by the composer Vera Milankovic
2. Sasa Pavlovic: Movements in the melody of Serbian church chanting
3. Tatjana Ristic: Causa immanens: movement and form in music
4. Senad Kazic: Possibilities for poliphony movement shaping by the use of imitation
5. Jelena Beocanin-Mijanovic: Sound (non)existance of half-step movement in relation to whole-step melodic movement
6. Kristina Parezanovic: Movement in melody
7. Dragana Jovanovic: Kinetics in the harmony education
8. Gordana Reljin Stepancic: An Interval as movement
9. Dragana Todorovic: Phrasing as the poetry in interpretation
10. Gordana Karan, Sandra Dabic: Timbre determination of the auditive perception
11. Jelena Dubljevic: Movement in the function of voice impostation
12. Gordana Karan: Play in the function of music annotation with music beginners
13. Vesna Krsic Sekulic: Manual movement as the indicator of tempo and character in music perception and reproduction
14. Dragana Stojanovic-Novicic: A hand that invokes sound: the conductor
15. Bojana Matorkic Ivanovic: Conducting and movement
16. Serif Damadzic: Manual movement and conducting in the function of artistic interpretation
17. Gordana Karan: Music education in Serbia
18. Vera Milankovic, Gordana Acic: Musicians and non-musicians - do music move them differently?


The content of the 9th Pedagogical Forum of Performing Arts:

1. I. Drobni: Initial steps toward creation of instructive literature in Serbia
2. N. Mihajlovic, J. Vranic: Didactic games in solfeggio teaching in the initial music education
3. G. Reljin Stepancic: An interval - movement and sound
4. J. Dubljevic: Movement in melody - contribution for natural and melodic minor disctinction
5. A. Karalic: Alteration in solfeggio in elementary music school
6. I. Hrpka: Ïmitative reproduction" as movement in melodic hearing development - Bulgarian experiences
7. N. Jovanovic: Contribution to harmonic hearing development in the final grades of elementary music school
8. B. Matorkic Ivanovic: Some possibilities of artistic singing in solfeggio
9. M. Popovic: Phonation-speech-singing as a guide toward voice development through physiologic and phonetic validity perspectives
10. S. Gluvic: Why Johny can't read?
11. M. Petrovic: Metric structure in the movement hierarchy
12. V. Milankovic, D. Zec, M. Petrovic: Types of metric patterns in Serbian folk music
13. V. Milankovic: Reading Octoich - the aspect of education
14. S. Pavlovic: The final melodic patterns of Serbian church and folk singing as factors for tonal affirmation
15. G. Acic: Music understanding in the theory of Lerdahl and Jackendoff
16. T. Ristic: Causa prima: movement as syntactic determinant
17. D. Mikic, J. Besevic: Tango culture and movement
18. S. Nikolajevic: Transposition of music movement into the television space


The content of the 10th Pedagogical Forum of Performing Arts:
1. V. Milankovic, Lj. Josic, A. Pesic: What presents movement in the song and how to use it in solfeggio?
2. V. Milankovic: Methods for music listening
3. D. Todorovic: Perceptive and interpretative phenomenon of chromaticism in solfeggio - the speech of chromatism
4. F. Eminovic, V. Milankovic, G. Acic: Movement as a part of music achievement measurement in students with cerebral palsy
5. V. Milankovic, M. Petrovic, G. Acic, N. Subotic: The new concept of preschool music education - kindergarten and preliminary stage: an integrative approach
6. N. Subotic: Importance and support of the familly in the initial music education
7. S. Kazic: Some possibilities for shaping tone/tonal/key music/musical movement/form
8. M. Srdic: ABC or solmization?
9. Lj. Dubljevic: Getting new knowledge in the field of rhythm by using childrens' songs
10. J. Beocanin Mijanovic: Playing: the component of active learning solfeggio and music theory
11. B. Matorkic Ivanovic: Solving some problems in literature for choir from solfeggio teaching perspective
12. V. Aranicki: Experimental work in comparing voice and instrumental reproduction
13. D. Stojanovic-Novicic: Smoky scream: cri des alpes of Vinko Globokar
14. S. Gluvic: Music and hemispheres
15. M. Petrovic: Speech rhythm movement in the context of metric structure hierarchy: Geographic fugue by Erich Toch
16. M. Aleksic: The professional analysis of a Miloje Milojevic textbook "The science of harmony" by Louis Thuille
17. T. Ristic: Musica individida: Pedagogy as a tool for enhancing performance
18. G. Karan: Singing training in Serbian elementary schools between two World wars (1914-1940)
19. G. Karan, S. Dabic: Retrospective of bibliography in the field of history of Serbian music education
20. V. Mikic, P. Milanovic: LLL and professional development - between possibility and reality: the case of the Centre for professional development and consulting in arts, culture and media at the University of Arts in Belgrade


The content of the 11th Pedagogical Forum of Performing Arts:

1. M. Paunovic: Pedagogical Forum and its contribution in solfeggio education development in theory and practice
2. G. Reljin-Stepancic: Intonative seting of intervals and chords by the dialogue method and sound association
3. V. Milankovic: Application of the metric structure model
4. V. Krsic-Sekulic: The inner hearing training for the public appereance preparation
5. G. Reljin-Stepancic: The inner hearing - inevitable factor in forming and reproducing elements of music expression
6. J. Beocanin-Mijanovic: Repetitive principles in solfeggio education
7. S. Pavlovic: Artistic music promotion in solfeggio education
8. B. Matorkic Ivanovic: Four-voice singing in solfeggio education
9. I. Drobni: Reception and consequences
10. S. Gluvic: The explicit code for decoding
11. V. Markovic: Some experiences in the work with blind students
12. A. Jovic-Miletic: From reception to interpretation - teaching experiences in the MS "Stevan Mokranjac" in Kraljevo, Serbia
13. T. Ristic: Cantometry and syntax - from reception to interpretation
14. D. Jovanovic, M. Aleksic: Comparative observation of education approach depending on interpretative vocation at the subject The Analysis of music composition
15. G. Karan: Singing training lessons in Serbia until the second part of 19th century - time, situations, conditions, influences
16. S. Grujic-Vlajnic: Memorizing - the core of artistic impression or visual and aesthethic component?
17. J. Cvetkovic, M. Dinic: Music didactic in 20th century - the concept of active method
18. M. Petrovic, V. Milankovic, G. Acic, N. Subotic: From music listening to understanding elements of music structure
19. R. Stojanovic: Introducing students in the harmonic instruments curriculum
20. V. Bralovic: Jazz - improvisation of classical music
21. M. Petrovic: Animal sound patterns in the initial music education
22. R. Radulovic: Music therapy as a profession
23. M. Antovic: Musiclinguistic: musicality and speech ability in the cognition research


The content of the 12th Pedagogical Forum of Performing Arts:

1. I. Perkovic, M. Masnikosa, T. Popovic Mladjenovic: Creative first year students' answer to the integrative model of history of music lessons in the face of reformed studies at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade
2. V. Krsic Sekulic: Complementary methods of solfeggio and piano education
3. G. Vidovic: Preuniversity music education in Serbia and Germany - comparative analysis
4. V. Karlic: Performance accomplishment in music high school students - test of personality type "the profile index emotions" 
5. S. Grujic-Vlajnic: The artistic impression and how to achieve it - toward stylistic interpretation in the early education
6. S. Kazic: Singing practicing in solfeggio
7. I. Emersic: Solfeggio, singing and piano teaching correlation
8. G. Reljin-Stepancic: The inner hearing as a tool for performance
9. D. Stojanovic-Novicic: Listening to what is reduced - 6 two-voices chorals by Vladan Radovanovic
10. Lj. Dubljevic: Children songs - the way toward the new knowledge
11. V. Milankovic: How to compose melodic excercises for solfeggio education?
12. J. Beocanin-Mijanovic: Homework in solfeggio
13. S. Pavlovic: Educative softwers in solfeggio teaching
14. B. Lj. Mandic: The roots of Serbian music education should be traced back in church singing training
15. A. Jovic-Miletic: Understanding the basic tonal core in holistic interpretation
16. G. Acic, S. Slavkovic, S. Pacic, F. Eminovic, R. Nikic: The power of the chosen music listening in students with special needs
17. V. Markovic: Music abilities in blind students - the school for professional rehabilitation in Podgorica, Montenegro
18. V. Bougnovic, S. Pacic, F. Eminovic, R. Nikic: Integrated dance Cando Co - a case study
19. M. Kastratovic: Using music and movement in the work with blind students


The content of the 13th Pedagogical Forum of Performing Arts:

1. M. Petrovic: The Play – term and meaning
2. A. Jovic-Miletic: The play in the initial music education based on folk tonal grounds
3. A. Konicanin: Movement in play, music and dance
4. V. Markovic: The reform of the elementary music education in Montenegro
5. K. Parezanovic: Praying-Playing-Learning-Singing. Summer camps in USA – education through play
6. S. Hadzibulic: A Sociologic research of the audience visiting Belgrade’s National Opera
7. D. Sobajic: Application of play in the initial piano training in the textbook for piano beginners by Miroslava Lili Petrovic
8. M. Marijan: The play of fingers and intellect – evaluation of cognitive and psychomotor model applied in the piano education
9. G. Vidovic: Play as a tool to overcome mistakes
10. M. Petrovic, V. Milankovic: Music games in solfeggio education
11. N. Jovic: Alexander technique and the inner movement
12. G. Acic: The play of paper plates
13. Lj. Dubljevic: Children songs from the logopedics perspective
14. S. Pacic, M. Zulic, F. Eminovic: Experiences and temptations when applying folklore in the work with mentally retarded children
15. S. Pavlovic, L. Radoja: Music notation in music education with blind students
16. M. Mihajlovic, G. Videnovic:  Inclusive music education with blind students
17. V. Bogunovic, S. Pacic, F. Eminovic, R. Nikic: Cyber body as the forth dancing body
18. B. Bogunovic, J. Dubljevic, N. Buden: Music education for talented students: play or more than it?
19. V. Milankovic, G. Acic, A. Karalic, M. Ignjacevic: Music listening and memorizing in music amateurs
20. D. Nesic: Concentration and concentration games in music
21. A. Karalic: Visual and memory games in music theory
22. S. Stefanovic: Dramaturgy of music activities in elementary school or the teacher's game – teaching methods
23. A. Karalic: Theory of music – learning through play


The content of the 14th Pedagogical Forum of Performing Arts: 

1. N. Mosusova: The modern dance in Serbia
2. S. Pavlovic, D. Jovicin: Dance as the element of solfeggio education
3. J. Milanovic: Elements of the history of music curriculum in the main subject lessons in the elementary music school
4. S. Kalaba: Who is the author of a game?
5. K. Parezanovic: About intrinsic motivation and creativity in solfeggio education through the Maria Montessori method
6. N. Subotic: Play music - introducing children in music
7. S. Grujic-Vlajnic: Music games - creative approach to music education
8. G. Vidovic: Between notation and interpretative freedom
9. I. Vujovic: Life long learning and its realization in solfeggio
10. N. Pejovski, J. Dubljevic, Lj. Dubljevic: A prima vista singing - a trouble or a game?
11. I. Vujovic, B. Bogunovic: A prima vista: music skill or reflexive strategy?
12. M. Marijan: The play of fingers and intellect - cognitive and structural aspect of cognitive and psychomotor model in piano training
13. T. Mirovic: Using body movements for decreasing performance anxiety
14. M. Petrovic, M. Antovic, V. Milankovic, G. Acic: Tone and color chromatism: absolute pitch and synesthesia
15. M. Petrovic: The power of music in expression of emotions in humans and pan troglodytes
16. A. Paladin, P. Mitrovic: Music and movement - art or medicine?
17. A. Konicanin: Waltz - more than dance
18. G. Damjanovic, F. Eminovic: Dance as motivation factor in deaf students education 
19. A. Jovic-Miletic: Movement and dynamics which comes out of movement in music education
20. A. Karalic: Rhythm and meter - contrariety or analogy?


The content of the 15th Pedagogical Forum of Performing Arts:

1. N. Mosusova: About ballets and their music that was not composed for dancing
2. R. Timmers: Towards automated visual feedback to facilitate practicing expressive music performance
3. G. Lock: Exploring interaction of music and dance based on creativity, musicality and improvisation
4. L. Nikolic: Teaching singing in classroom: educating future teachers in primary school
5. S. Hadzibulic: Application of vocal technique in different music genres
6. N. Jovic: The position of emotional expression in vocal/instrumental teaching
7. I. Hrpka, D. Todorovic: A Game - the interpretative stimulus in compositions for solfeggio based on music contrast
8. A. Miletic: Play and Interplay in working with short music examples from the viewpoint of solfeggio methodology
9. J. Cvetkovic, M. Djurdjanovic: Universal language of music game
10. Senad Kazic: Importance of improvisation process in solfeggio
11. M. Ciric: Theater of sound - the experimental form of radiophony as play space
12. D. Stojanovic-Novicic: A soul in mechanism: performance Conlon Nancarrow
13. S. Kalaba: Toy piano - from the phenomenon of play to the concert hall and experimental practice
14. M. Aleksic: Modal and tonal interactions as a spiritus movens of the dance: Bill Whelan, music for Riverdance
15. R. Popovic: Reinforced authenticity - historically informed performance in a contemporary music classroom
16. M. Golubovic: Psychological and interpretative analysis of Beethoven's sonata op.111
17. M. Marijan: Dancing of full body mind and mind integration: comparative analysis of Leschetizky's and Neuhaus's models of piano teaching in the scope of recent findings in the field of cognitive psychology of music
18. T. Mirovic, B. Bogunovic: Cognitive-emotional aspects of music students' performance anxiety
19. M. Petrovic, M. Antovic, V. Milankovic, G. Acic: Synesthesia and Absolute Pitch - the results of a Research
20. R. Timmers: Do emotions influence the way we perceive and attend to music?
21. G. Lock: Tension design of Erkki-Sven Tuur's 4th Symphony
22. M. Petrovic, V. Milankovic, G. Acic, M. Antovic: Ethical music power: moral impact of music in education
23. Lj. Dubljevic, J. Dubljevic: One duck, two ducks, one little duckling - I am never tired of counting: counting songs as a warm-up activity
24. T. Petrovic: Musician's Ludo or Musician don't get irritated
25. D. Canovic, S. Pacic, F. Eminovic, R. Nikic: Playing games in physical education of children with disabilities - the essential theoretical foundations and assumptions regarding the nature of dissability
26. K. Mirkovic: Music and language development in children with autistic spectrum disorder ADS
27. J. Bukin: The role of music in stuttering therapy
28. A. Konicanin, A. Trtovac Dedeic: Developing young school children rhythmic capabilities correlated with music and physical education
29. Lj. Perovic, N. Colanovic, K. Feodorovic: Dances in the instrumental music works


The content of the 16th Pedagogical Forum of Performing Arts:

1. N. Mosusova: The Centenary of the Belgrade Opera
2. M. Zivkovic: The Suites for Orchestra from the ballet „The legend of Ohrid”
3. Y. Kononova: Relevance of Kharkov music culture traditions
4. T. Mirovic, B. Bogunovic: Social aspects of performing – advantages and challenges
5. M. Petrovic, V. Milankovic, G. Acic: Bureaucracy in music – music curriculum based on the military organization model of command and control
6. I. Hrpka Veskovac: Application of fairy-tales in the process of establishing basic musical terms in Russian solfeggio school
7. S. Stefanovic: Music education in elementary school – students discipline and teacher strategies
8. L. NIkolic: Educating future primary teachers for leading singing in the classroom
9. Lj. Vojkic, J. Dubljevic: Music as the factor affecting the socialization of preschool children
10. A. Karalic: Perception and performance of rhythmic-metric diphthong: appendix to the sociological aspects of music education
11. M. Petrovic, A. Fotev, N. Ivkovic, M. Ivanov, I. Mijonic, A. Durkovic, M. Gvozdic: Sociological aspects of animal sound communication
12. D. Vojvodic: Reception of the Morton Feldman work in the New York Times
13. S. Kalaba: It is enough when a single note is beautifully played – Sociological aspects of the Arvo Part’s work
14. A. Galikowska-Gajewska: Music in motion
15. M. Golubovic, A. Milin, V. Milin: Familiarity of a musical piece as a factor of listeners’ preferences
16. A. Micic, M. Antovic: The Influence of Music on the Construction of Meaning: Implications for the Performing Arts
17. N. Jovic: Self-efficacy and musical achievement
18. K. Perezanovic: The factors of child development and their influence on successful school learning
19.
V. Markovic:
Role and importance of music education in the process of socialization of children with visual impairment
20. A. Trtovac-Dedeic, A. Konicanin: Application of didactic principles in working with preschool children impaired in southwestern Serbia

 

The content of the 17th Pedagogical Forum of Performing Arts:

1. M. Marijan: Sociological approach to music pedagogy and performance
2. M. Tomic: Essay on the method for playing the transverse flute by Johann Joachim Quantz. The creative  meeting of performer, composer, pedagogue and musical theorist
3. R. Popovic: Building interpretation through comparison of different music editions – a teacher as a researcher and an editor of instructional literature
4. M. Zivkovic: Sociological and cultural aspects of pedagogy and performing of Josip Slavenski music
5. V. Milankovic, M. Petrovic: Solmization as a social game
6. A. Karalic: Music Quiz – Appendix to the Sociological Aspects of Music Education
7. M. Petrovic, G. Acic, N. Trivic, M. Miladinovic, A. Savic, M. Nedeljkovic: How to Prevail Boredom in Music Education?
8. A. Sabo, S. Marinkovic:
9. Z. Bozanic:
10. B. Bogunovic, T. Mirovic: How do Students Estimate Personality Attributes of their Teachers?
11. T. Popovic: Relationship and cooperation between parents and music teachers
12. A. Savic, N. Trivic, M. Miladinovic, T. Mirovic, M. Petrovic: Evaluation Criteria in solfeggio
13. N. Mosusova: Scenic possibilities of Stevan Mokranjac’s opus
14. M. Bralovic, S. Savic: Development of cultural awareness in music high schools. Remembering St. St. Mokranjac
15. B. Radovanovic, А. Djordjevic: The Role of Studying Music in Forming of Cultural Identity – Mokranjac in High School Education
16. D. Askovic: On Church Mode Chanting as the Oldest Method of Handing Down Musical Tradition
17. M. Golubovic: The Unknown Мilankovic: Bogdan Мilankovic and his Pedagogic Work in the Field of Music
18. S. Vidulin: Correlation of art and language aiming the development of pupils’ knowledge and skills
19.
J. Damnjanovic: Differences Between Music Vocabularies of Musicians and Nonmusicians
20. D. Vojvodic: Philosophical concept of Charles Ives Concord Sonata. Essays Before a Sonata
21. V. Markovic: Competences of Music Educators in Working with Visually Impaired Children
22. A. Trtovac Dedeic, A. Konicanin, M. Radicevic: Objectives and Principles of Music Education in the Work with Visually Impaired Children of Junior School Age
23. S. Kalaba: The music of Johan Sebastian Bach as sociological paradigm in Portabellas film Silence before Bach
24. M. Markovic: Education at Arts Faculties: Applying Acting Techniques in Institutional Theatres
25. S. Kalaba: Sociological aspects of jazz and film music in the work of Miles Davis
26. T. Popovic: Possibilities for making performing arts between two world wars in Vojvodina

 

 

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