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Čolić, Dragutinlocked

  • Tijana Popović Mladjenović


(b Požega, Feb 8, 1907; d Belgrade, 1987). Serbian composer. He belonged to the most radical wing of the group of Serbian avant-garde composers who studied in Prague between the two world wars. He studied (1927–32) with Karl Boleslav Jirák and Alois Hába, the latter exerting a decisive influence on him, so that in the first period of his creative work Čolić employed atonality, athematicism, and quarter-tone scales (e.g. The First String Quartet, ...

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