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Dragoslav Pavle Aksentijevic ORTHODOX SACRED CHANT

Dragoslav Pavle Aksentijevic orthodox sacred chant

Dragoslav Pavle Aksentijevic was born in Belgrade in 1942. He graduated and acquired his diploma and masters degree at the Academy of Arts and Sciences in Belgrade. His main focus is ancient Serbian and Byzantine church music. The chants he interprets are based on “neumes” transcriptions, written between the 12th and 18th century, and on his own personal chronicles that rely only on oral tradition. He performs with a smaller male group (at most 5 members) who hum (vocal ison). He has held concerts in Serbia, the former Yugoslav Republics, and abroad: France, Austria, Germany, Greece, countries of the former Soviet Union – USSR, and the USA. In September of 1998 he received the 1st place award for his interpretation of Byzantine melodies at the International Choir Festival in Kardica, Greece, and in January of 1990 he received the one and only award at the International festival in Moscow. In 1989 he received the award given by the Fund for Culture of the City of Belgrade; in 1990 he received the gold medal from the Serbian Association for Culture and Education and the award that is given by the Radio of Innsbruck; in 2000 he received the annual award given by the Serbian Association of Music Artists. That same year, Dragoslav Pavle Aksentijevic and four young musicians establish the group “Zapis” (freely translated as “Inscription”). The group’s program is based on secular melographic inscriptions originating from the areas of east and south Serbia and Kosove

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