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(Buzarovski Archive)
is a digital collection of video, audio, photos, books, papers, scores and other artifacts related to Balkan cultures and traditions. The collection is based on Dimitrije Buzarovski's musical scores, performances, video and audio recordings, digitised cultural heritage, and musicological and ethnomusicological works.

Established: October 15, 2012

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Buzarovski's Papers

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Dimitrije Buzarovski, Trena Jordanoska
Macedonian Music Culture during World War Two Revisited

Existing musicological papers concerned with Macedonian music culture during World War Two usually skip the period between 1941 and 1943 which is marked by the German/Bulgarian occupation. A pilot research project was created with the goal to review the articles in the newspapers published during World War Two in Macedonia and to check if there are missing or contradictory data.

Trena Jordanoska, Dimitrije Buzarovski
Macedonian Composers during World War Two Revisited

Despite the numerous writings about the first generation of Macedonian composers, we decided to design a pilot project based on a meticulous review for missing or contradictory data. We revisited the data about four Macedonian composers who played a crucial role in the establishment of the contemporary Macedonian music culture: Stefan Gajdov, Zhivko Firfov, Trajko Prokopiev and Todor Skalovski.

Dimitrije Buzarovski
Musicology and Ethnomusicology in the Digital Era

Dimitrije Buzarovski
Firfov Collection Revisited: The Oral Tradition after 30 Years

Dimitrije Buzarovski
Teaching Music Composition in the 21st Century:
The Kingdom of Loops

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