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THE ROLE OF MUSIC DURING THE DICTATORSHIP IN CROATIA
THE ROLE OF MUSIC DURING THE DICTATORSHIP IN CROATIA
THE ROLE OF MUSIC DURING THE DICTATORSHIP IN CROATIA
THE ROLE OF MUSIC DURING THE DICTATORSHIP IN CROATIA
THE ROLE OF MUSIC DURING THE DICTATORSHIP IN CROATIA
THE ROLE OF MUSIC DURING THE DICTATORSHIP IN CROATIA
THE ROLE OF MUSIC DURING THE DICTATORSHIP IN CROATIA
THE ROLE OF MUSIC DURING THE DICTATORSHIP IN CROATIA
THE ROLE OF MUSIC DURING THE DICTATORSHIP IN CROATIA
THE ROLE OF MUSIC DURING THE DICTATORSHIP IN CROATIA
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THE ROLE OF MUSIC DURING THE DICTATORSHIP IN CROATIA

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OWTF 2012-2014

OWTF 2012-2014

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  • 1. OWTF - THE ROLE OF MUSIC
  • 2. CONTENT:  Communist Yugoslavia  Music from the west (Rock’n'roll)  Hippie movement  Pre fall of Yugoslavia  Croatian Band Aid  Our Way to Freedom
  • 3. COMMUNIST YUGOSLAVIA  During the communist Yugoslavia, which was part of Croatia, the overall arts, including music, was in the service of communist Yugoslavia. In addition to songs that glorified Yugoslavia, popular were the songs on the workers' actions, and songs glorifying the cult of personality of Josip Broz Tito.  In the media and at public events emphasized the oath "Comrade Tito, we swear." Tito's birthday on May 25, celebrated as Youth Day with various rituals of worship.  One of the most popular songs was "Yugoslavia", which represented the unofficial anthem. The song contains the text that celebrates unity and history of Yugoslavia.
  • 4. MUSIC FROM THE WEST (ROCK’N'ROLL)  Young people of Yugoslavia, closely followed by the West, and show yourself rebellion: boys grow their hair and girls cut their hair, and, of course, wear miniskirts.  Rock'n'roll was initially criticized for Western influence and "turn the light path of revolution." In the report, the Union of Communist Youth of Yugoslavia by 1963. It is stated that "should be condemned singing rock and roll in the waves of Radio Belgrade."  The daily newspaper "Politika" young were called because of inappropriate behavior, but later held a party analysis where analysts have concluded that rock music as a youth can be a good way to get them attracted to socialism. It was concluded that even wearing long hair and miniskirts does not represent an ideological problem, but about a generation gap.
  • 5. HIPPIE MOVEMENT  After the so-called Warm summer love 1967th year, expanding the hippie movement, both in the world and in Yugoslavia. 1968th year was also marked by student protests in the world, which included the massive student demonstrations in many cities of Yugoslavia (Croatian spring 1971.). The unrest talking and singing group Azra from the 1982nd year, named '68. Azra recorded the song "Poland is in my heart," which supported the movement "Solidarity" and Lech Walesa.
  • 6. PRE FALL OF YUGOSLAVIA  In 1989th year there were signs that pointed to the imminent disappearance of Yugoslavia, and the general collapse of communism in Europe. Even then, Slovenia and Croatia were towards the road to independence, establishing the circumstances under half legal first non-communist parties. In Serbia, on the other hand, under the leadership of Slobodan Milosevic, more raging desire for the creation of a Greater Serbia.
  • 7. PRE FALL OF YUGOSLAVIA  Evening, October 17, 1989th year, some three weeks before the fall of the Berlin Wall, the members of „Prljavo Kazalište” held a concert at the Republic Square, where there were 200,000 people. The band among others played a song my mother, which was dedicated to the late mother of one member of the band - which became known as the Rose of Croatia. The concert was one of the signs of disappearance of Yugoslavia. The concert was supposed to be banned, but what are the band members Sam theater prepared that night, surpassed all expectations.
  • 8. CROATIAN BAND AID  Unfortunately, the nineties in Croatia raging war and music marked by patriotic and anti-war songs.  Croatian pop and rock artists participated in the project Croatian Band Aid song „Moja domovina” (My homeland). So are dozens of artists, among them Oliver, Sanja Dolezal, Danijela Martinović, Davor Gobac, and many others, sang under the collective name Band Aid, the independent Croatia. „Moja domovina" has become such a cult song often sung on Independence Day.
  • 9. OUR WAY TO FREEDOM  You can conclude that the music in Croatia was often negatively used for political purposes, for the glorification of communism and the strengthening of Tito's personality cult. However, music is used as a medium by which warn of the problems in society, political and economic difficulties in Yugoslavia in the eighties. And certainly the most positive effect on "our way to freedom," during the war, when the Croatian musicians compose beautiful patriotic and anti-war songs.
  • 10. OUR WAY TO FREEDOM  You can conclude that the music in Croatia was often negatively used for political purposes, for the glorification of communism and the strengthening of Tito's personality cult. However, music is used as a medium by which warn of the problems in society, political and economic difficulties in Yugoslavia in the eighties. And certainly the most positive effect on "our way to freedom," during the war, when the Croatian musicians compose beautiful patriotic and anti-war songs.

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