Musical Identities and European Perspective: An Interdisciplinary Approach (Eastern European Studies in Musicology #8) (Hardcover)
This book focuses on the relationship between identity and music in Europe from different angles. It takes two basic categories into account: identities in music and music in identities. The authors provide studies on identity construction in different historical and geographical contexts.
Ivana Perkovic is a musicologist and Professor at the Department of Musicology, Faculty of Music, University of Arts, Belgrade. She is member of the International Musicological Society, Serbian Musicological Society and the International Society for Orthodox Church Music. She is vice dean for research and international cooperation at the Faculty of Music. Franco Fabbri teaches popular music history, analysis and economy at the Conservatory of Parma and the University of Milan. His main interests are genre theories and music typologies, the impact of media and technology across genres and musical cultures, and the history of popular music. He has served twice as chairman of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music (IASPM).