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Ida Vujović

Ida Vujović studied Music Pedagogy (Belgrade) and Music Theory (The Hague). Since 2002 she has worked at the Royal Conservatoire in the music theory department.


She is interested in music perception and music cognition, both involved in listening to and analyzing music, as well as in (learning to) sing from sight, or (learning to) imagine music. Ida's pedagogical research focuses on the development of imagination within solfège. At the KC, among other things, relative solmization is used for this purpose. However, many foreign students are used to absolute solmization and now have to 'switch' to another system. How does that work? What cognitive processes are involved? Can the two systems, and the (different) tonal associations they evoke, coexist, as a kind of bilingualism? How is this bilingualism developed?

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