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date: 19 September 2019

Bergamo, Marijalocked

  • Sanja Majer-Bobetko


(b Celje, Slovenia, July 28, 1937). Slovenian-Croatian musicologist. With Nikola Hercigonja she studied musicology (1957–61) and gained the master’s degree (1963) at the Belgrade Music Academy. She took the PhD at the Ljubljana Faculty of the Humanities and Social Sciences with Dragotin Cvetko, with a dissertation on the expressionistic elements in Serbian music between the two world wars (1973). In Belgrade she worked as a secondary music school teacher (1964–9), then as assistant at the Music Academy (1969–72). In Vienna she was an associate (1973–6) and a head (1976–1983) of the Universal Edition music editorial board. In Ljubljana she was a professor at the Department for Musicology at the Ljubljana Faculty of the Humanities and Social Sciences (1981–1998, emeritus since 2006). She used to be on editorial boards of several music journals in the former Yugoslavia. Since the 1980s she has been living in Ljubljana and Zagreb, doing research of Slovenian and Croatian music....

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International Review of the Aesthetics and Sociology of Music