Svjedočanstva dvojice hrvatskih autora 16. stoljeća kao izvori podataka o tursko-osmanlijskoj glazbi

Publication Type:

Conference Paper

Source:

Odjeci bitke kod Sigeta i mita o Nikoli Šubiću Zrinskom u umjetnosti = The Impact of the Battle of Szigetvár and the Myth of Nikola Šubić Zrinjski on the Arts (Music, Visual Arts, Literature), Hrvatsko muzikološko društvo, Zagreb (2018)

ISBN:

9789536090600

Mots-clés:

16. century, Bartol Đurđević/Jurjević, Croatian Writerw, Feliks Petančić, Turkish-Ottoman Music Culture

Résumé:

The paper is based on accounts of two Croatian 16th-century authors who spent parts of their lives in close contact with Ottoman culture and dedicated several of their works to themes related to Turkish-Ottoman culture. Feliks Petančić (Felix Petantius; 1455? - 1517?), a diplomat, writer and miniaturist, visited the Ottoman Empire several times and took active participation in various military and diplomatic missions. The other author, writer Bartol Đurđević/Jurjević (Bartolomaeus Georgievits; 1506? - 1566?), spent 13 years in Turkish capti¬vity. Both authors dealt with various segments of Ottoman-Turkish culture and gave accounts on the role of music in Islamic ceremonial festivities.