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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

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Sabo, Anica - F - Serbia and Montenegro 

 
 

 

Biography

Anica Sabo (1954) was born in Belgrade. She acquired her diploma (1980) and master degree (1986) in composition at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, and finished two years of bassoon studies at the same institution. In 2014, she defended her PhD thesis titled The Manifestation of Symmetry in Musical Form – Issues of Analyses Methodology at the University of Arts in Belgrade, department for Theory of Art and Media. She holds the position of a full professor at the Department for Music Theory of the Faculty of Music in Belgrade.
Her activities encompass both compositional and theoretical work. As a composer, she mostly creates in the domain of chamber music. Lately, most of her inspiration comes from literary works. The focal points of her research in music theory and analyses are the questions of symmetry and musical form. An important place in her theoretical output is also reserved for Serbian music.

 

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  • Gender: 
    F
  • Citizenship: 
    Serbia
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