Musical Elements in the Performing Approach: Sonatina in C for Two Pianos from a Macedonian Contemporary Composer

  • Aida Islam Leshkova Zelenkovs Faculty of Pedagogy “St. Climent Ohridski”, Skopje
  • Stefanija Leshkova Zelenkovs Music Academy, Štip
Keywords: Macedonian contemporary art music, neoclassicism, Tomislav Zografski, Sonatina v C, performing details

Abstract

Tomislav Zografski (1934–2000) is one of the representatives of the middle generation of modern Macedonian composers. He introduced into Macedonian art music the basic elements of neoclassicism. Zografski, in some of his works, develops this stylistic direction in the fields of chamber and symphony music.

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Author Biographies

Aida Islam Leshkova Zelenkovs, Faculty of Pedagogy “St. Climent Ohridski”, Skopje

Aida ISLAM (aidaislam25@gmail.com) has graduated at the Faculty of Music Art in Skopje - Piano Department. 2002 finishes the M. A. degree in the area of Theory of Interpretation. She received her PhD in 2005, titled “Reflections of the Ottoman Music Culture on Contemporary Music Culture of the Turkish Community in the Republic of Macedonia” in the Faculty of Music, Skopje. In the period 1987-2001 she worked as a piano teacher in High Music School “Ilija Nikolovski Luj” Skopje. Since 2001 Aida Islam has worked as a professor at the Faculty of Padagogy “St. Climent Ohridski” in Skopje where she gives lectures in Methodology of Music Education, Basics of Music Education and Musical Instruments. She has participated in numerous domestic and international conferences. Her researches are engaged in many areas like: music education, music tradition and sociology of music. Some of the international journals, where she published, are: International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR); Review of European Studies; Journal of Teaching and Education; Journal of Social Sciences; Journal of Academic Studies; Sociology Study; Asian Social Science, etc. She has published four books: “Macedoian Pianistic Art and Pedagogy” (2010), “The Tonal System of Turkish Music” (2007), “The Cultural Roll of the Turkish Music Department at Radio Skopje” (2009), “The Music Tradition in Kodzadzik – the Birthplace of the Family of Ataturk” (2013).

Stefanija Leshkova Zelenkovs, Music Academy, Štip

Stefanija LESHKOVA ZELENKOVSKA (stefanija.zelenkovska@ugd.edu.mk) graduated at the Faculty of Music Art in Skopje – Musicology Department. In 2002 she finished her M. A. degree in the area of Musicology. She received her PhD in 2006, titled “The Influence of Cultural, Social and Economic Determinants at the Music Performances in Skopje 2004” in the Faculty of Music, Skopje. In the period 1987–2004 worked as a music journalist and reviewer in the National Radio TV in Skopje. Since 2007 she has worked as a professor at the Faculty of Music Art in Shtip, where she gives lectures in Musicology, History of Music and Musical Instruments. She has participated in numerous domestic and international conferences. Her researches are engaged in many areas like: music education, music tradition and sociology of music. Some of the international journals, where she published, are: International Journal of Sciences: Basic and Applied Research (IJSBAR); Review of European Studies; Journal of Teaching and Education; Journal of Social Sciences; Journal of Academic Studies; Asian Social Science. She has published few books: “The Music Tradition in Kodzadzik – the Birthplace of the Family of Ataturk” (2013), Katalog na delata na makedonskite kompozitori (2014), Poznavanje na muzichki instrumenti, nivnite osnovni funkcii vo orkestarot i osnovi na muzichkite formi (2015).

Published
2016-06-27
How to Cite
Leshkova ZelenkovsA. I., & Leshkova ZelenkovsS. (2016). Musical Elements in the Performing Approach: Sonatina in C for Two Pianos from a Macedonian Contemporary Composer. Musicological Annual, 52(1), 41-50. https://doi.org/10.4312/mz.52.1.41-50
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