The History of European Jazz - The Music, Musicians and Audience in Context - Francesco Martinelli

The History of European Jazz - The Music, Musicians and Audience in Context - Francesco Martinelli

30. Former Yugoslavia (including Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Vojvodina and Kosovo)

The History of European Jazz - The Music, Musicians and Audience in Context - Francesco Martinelli

Mike Mazur
Independent Scholar
Iço Vidmar
Independent researcher, music journalist, reviewer, translator, lecturer, columnist and radio host
Eleni Novakovska
National Library of Macedonia
Edin Zubčević
Music Academy of Sarajevo

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Introduction; Early years; Pre-World War II; The big band era; World War II; Post-World War II; Outside Zagreb; Zagreb International Jazz Fair; Boško Petrović; Jugoton; The birth of jazz in Slovenia; World War II; Post-war; Bled festival; 1982 and a cultural shift; Jazz praxis in modern Slovenia; Serbia; The early years; World War II; The post-war years; A new generation; Belgrade Jazz Festival and the YU All Stars; 1960–90; Macedonia; Beginnings: Gjakonovski-Shpato; 1950s–1960s; The 1970s: Macedonian jazz; The 1980s and onward: Skopje Jazz Festival; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Post-war beginnings: the Plesni Orkestar; Traditional roots and expatriates; The 1980s; The Bosnian War and its aftermath; Montenegro; Kosovo; Listening guide; Bibliography;

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Mazur, Mike; Vidmar, Iço ; Novakovska, Eleni ; Zubčević, Edin . 30. Former Yugoslavia (including Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Vojvodina and Kosovo). The History of European Jazz - The Music, Musicians and Audience in Context. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 571-599 Sep 2018. ISBN 9781781794463. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=33256. Date accessed: 18 Aug 2018 doi: 10.1558/equinox.33256. Sep 2018

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