Dalibor Davidović

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Dalibor Davidović (born 3 January 1972 in Našice), Croatian musicologist and author.

He studied musicology at the Zagreb Music Academy (B.A. and M.A.). He completed his PhD at the University of Hamburg, Germany.

His principal area of research is systematic musicology. In his book Identity and Music: Between Criticism and Technique he explores the recent music scholarship concerned with identity politics.

He teaches at the Department of Musicology at the Music Academy in Zagreb. He translated into Croatian books on aesthetics and on philosophy of religion.

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  • Istraživanja recepcije u muzikologiji i njihovi izgledi (Reception Research in Musicology and its Prospects), Zagreb: Hrvatsko muzikološko društvo, 2002, ISBN 953-6090-19-8
  • Identität und Musik: Zwischen Kritik und Technik (Identity and Music: Between Criticism and Technique), Vienna: Mille Tre, 2006, ISBN 3-900198-09-8

Editorial work[edit]

  • (ed. Raul Knežević, assist. Dalibor Davidović): ACEZANTEZ, Zagreb: MIC, 1999, ISBN 953-96779-4-7
  • (ed. with Ksenija Stevanović): Archipelagos of Sound: Music and its History within the Imperial World Order, Zagreb: HDS & Cantus, 2005
  • (ed. with Nikša Gligo, and Nada Bezić): Glazba prijelaza: Svečani zbornik za Evu Sedak / Music of Transition: Essays in Honour of Eva Sedak, Zagreb: ArTresor – HRT, 2009, ISBN 978-953-6522-67-5
  • (ed. with Nikša Gligo, Seadeta Midžić, Daniel Teruggi, and Jerica Ziherl): Proceedings of the International Conference Pierre Schaeffer: mediArt, Rijeka: Muzej moderne i suvremene umjetnosti, 2011, ISBN 978-953-6501-78-6
  • (ed. with Nada Bezić): Nova nepoznata glazba: Svečani zbornik za Nikšu Gliga / New Unknown Music: Essays in Honour of Nikša Gligo, Zagreb: DAF, 2012, ISBN 978-953-6956-29-6

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