Emir Vildić

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Emir Vildić
Emir vildic.jpg
Born (1984-02-25) 25 February 1984 (age 33)
Tuzla, Yugoslavia, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Occupation Academic musician, accordion teacher, accordionist, teacher of music education

Emir Vildić (born 25 February 1984) is a Bosnian academic musician, accordionist, teacher of accordion and music education who plays the accordion and piano.[1] Vildić is also an accordion repairer and tuner.[2]

Education[edit]

Vildić finished his primary and elementary music education in Tuzla, in the department of the accordion.[3] He completed two programs at Secondary Music School in Tuzla: general theory, and accordion in the class of Professor Midhat Zulić. He holds the credentials of musician of general direction and accordionist.[4]

The director of the Secondary Music School in Tuzla, Professor Nedžmija Omrećehajić, wrote that Vildić showed his talents from his first year, with an attitude that had "positive effects on the entire working atmosphere in the group", and rapidly developed his musical abilities, in addition to involvement in school activities organizing concerts in Tuzla, the canton and in national and international competition.[5]

Vildić holds an academic degree from the teaching department of music education at the University Džemal Bijedić of Mostar.[6] He also completed the world music curriculum at the University of Pennsylvania. Vildić studied accordion at Academy of Art, Slobomir P University in the class of Professor Vojin Vasović and Professor Predrag Kostović.[7]

Career[edit]

Music teacher[edit]

Since 2008, Vildić has been working as an accordion teacher in public elementary music schools in Tuzla Canton, Bosnia and Herzegovina. His practice of teaching involves a range of techniques, including individual and orchestral accordion classes. Over 100 students learn classical accordion in Vildić's classes. [2]

Accordion repair workshop[edit]

Emir Vildić, accordion tuning

Vildić is one of the few remaining reputable masters of accordion-tuning in the Balkans. He has been trained for a number of years on advanced accordion repair techniques. Vildić also ran his own accordion repair and tuning workshop based in the city of Tuzla. His repair and tuning workshop, Akord (English: Chord), is the only registered accordion workshop in Bosnia and Herzegovina.[8]

Instructional writing[edit]

Muzika

In 2011, Vildić wrote a handbook on the basis of music theory, "Muzika" (Music), in the Bosnian language.[9]

In the preface he stated:

As a teacher in the elementary music school, I felt the need, and obligation, and decided to make a kind of textbook, and thus give its modest contribution to the development of young artists [...] who are evidently deprived of this part of literature adapted to their age and stage of development.[10]

Professor Vildana Zukic reviewed this work, stating, "the manual deals with simple, clear and concise overview, written in simple text with no redundant data, and as such is suitable for beginners and children of school age. The manual features carefully selected material with all the examples that significantly facilitate the mastering of music theory and musical concepts."[9] Professor Jasmin Brašnjić wrote that the guide, "will have great significance for the profession", clearly defining explanations in a field often obscured with excessive evidence and detail.[11]

Scientific music articles[edit]

For academic study courses at the University of Pennsylvania, Vildić has written several scientific articles on the following topics:[12]

Awards[edit]

As an accordion soloist and member of ensemble chamber orchestras and mixed choirs, Vildić participated in many concerts and competitions in the country and abroad, winning numerous awards. Among the most important of these are:[13]

  • International competition in the music Pianello Val Tidone, Italy 1998
  • Second prize as a member of the accordion orchestra, Primary Music School in the class of teacher Jahić Selma competition of students of music FBiH, Sarajevo 1999
  • First prize trio accordion competition of students of music Federation, Neum 2002
  • Second prize duo accordion competition of students of music Federation, Neum 2002
  • Special Award as a member of the accordion orchestra in the class of Prof. Zulić Midhat, competition of students of music Federation, Neum 2002
  • First prize as a member of the choir class of Dr. Prof. Dusek Ćestimira, competition of students of music Federation, Neum 2002
  • Second prize, solo accordion competition of students of music Federation, Bihac 2003
  • First prize duo accordion competition of students of music Federation, Zenica 2004
  • First prize as a member of the accordion orchestra in the class of Professor Zulić Midhat, competition of students of music Federation, Zenica 2004
  • First prize as a member of the choir high music school in the class of Dr. Professor Dusek Ćestimira competition of students of music Federation, Zenica 2004
  • Second prize for the professional international jury vocal interpretation "Student summer" Maglaj, 2005
  • First prize jury for vocal interpretation, RTV Slon 2007

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://gec.ba/19-godina-postojanja-i-rada-rtv-tk-uvelicali-i-diplomatni-mep-avista/.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  2. ^ "/". 
  3. ^ "OMŠ Tuzla". 
  4. ^ "SMŠ Tuzla". 
  5. ^ "43/03 27.02.2003" (PDF). 
  6. ^ Kovačić, Salko. "Nastavnički fakutet - We're sorry". www.nf.unmo.ba. 
  7. ^ [1]
  8. ^ "Popravak i stimanje harmonika "AKORD" Tuzla". Popravak i stimanje harmonika "AKORD" Tuzla. 
  9. ^ a b http://gec.ba/promovisan-prvi-prirucnik-iz-osnova-teorije-muzike-na-bosanskom-jeziku. The handbook of the basis of the theory of music by Emir Vildić is intended for those who access the area for the first time. Matter in the manual deals with simple, clear and concise overview, written in simple text with no redundant data, and as such is suitable for beginners and children of school age. The manual features carefully selected material with all the examples that significantly facilitate the mastering of music theory and musical concepts. Tailored to the needs of the subject solfegio with the theory of music in music schools, but may be of help to all those who want to gain self-learning knowledge of music theory.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  10. ^ "Promovisan prvi "Priručnik iz osnova teorije muzike" na bosanskom jeziku". As a teacher in the elementary music school, I felt the need, and obligation, and decided to make a kind of textbook, and thus give its modest contribution to the development of young artists, but also those who have not yet, and want to become. Sublimation of the most basic theoretical concepts of this manual as an additional, optional reading, especially for beginners, young musicians, students, schools for elementary music education, who are evidently deprived of this part of literature adapted to their age and stage of development. 
  11. ^ http://www.hercegovina.info/mediji/source-ba/u-organizaciji-gradjanskog-edukativnog-centra-prirucnik-iz-osnova-teorije-muzike-na-bosanskom-jeziku-6011.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  12. ^ http://www.upenn.edu/programs/academics-schools.php.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  13. ^ "Music school". 

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