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April, 20th 2012 Belgrade, Eleventh International Conference of the Department of Musicology of the Faculty of Music - Music and Paper; Music and Screen
The band Secondhanders and their leader, a double bassist, multi-instrumentalist and professor at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, Nebojša Ignjatović, cherish the aesthetics of striking quotation marks, the aesthetics of the eye-catching and shameless unoriginality, of consuming what has already been consumed, of plagiarism, semi-professionalism and self-disparagement. They have been avoiding the great, established and self-pleasing art, and dealing with its by-products – as the band’s name itself says, with “the second-hand stuff”. Ironically enough, they replicate the gestures of this great art and have their own manifestos and concerts, while also replicating the very works of art the quotes and paraphrases of which they insert in a collage-like manner into their own sound frolics and the tissue of which they treat in their improvisations. The Secondhanders are urban musical omnivores and disappointed intellectuals who see atrophied conventions and shallow conceptions in today’s art while perceiving the works of art from past through their present-day consumer proliferation. ...read more.

Zorica Premate

20. International Review of Composers 2011 | From the First Hand (or Real Hand)
November, 14th 2011 Third Evening: Nebojsa Ignjatovic & Secondhanders, Ars Divina Choir, conductor Ivan Markovic, Great Hall of the Belgrade Youth Center
Nebojsa Ignjatovic lived! His spirit lives flourish within the third night of this year's International Composers in the hall of the youth in a way that ventilates furiously all your previous performance of contemporary music, giving even his original vocal and multiinstrumentalnim share, meaning a completely unique name Stands this time - "The glory to vote. " In this case, it was really something like "In the radiance of true artistic creations." With many healthy without humor.
Stupivši all alone in the first scene in the opening evening of the composition - "The Deep" by Ivana Stefanovic, Nebe Ignjatovic demonstrate you all the very virtues of the ideal meeting and its ideal interpreter. Moving the stage so as long as the shaman sings the beatles-way verses ESKN Walter de la Mara, he accepts his basses with bells hanging on the top of the door of the instrument, "štakolončela" sound like a strange, exotic Far crank tones, and there are piano "mbira" and much more in the electronic environment of this great work.
However, when the ensemble Secondhanders then immediately join the initiated, but also live music and adventure existing sonorities in general, you will be delighted with the start of a real theater votes pride, especially during the initial "Words of the day" (Everyday words), with its impressive ladies hairstyles below , producing something like an urban tribal beat, soon to their "real" instruments have gone even further in the company of your scene Seconhanders cavaliers. There were, in general, Nebojsa Ignjatovic (author of the project, bass, vocals, piano, mbira, štakalina), Aleksandar Stanic (viola, vocals), Julian Markovic (cello, vocals), Goran Ćurgus (harp), Jugoslav Hadzic ( accordion) and guest ensemble Luka Ignjatovic (saxophone) and beatboxer Marko Stojanovic - Luis. And Bob Dylan with her: "Because something is happening here / But you (still) do not know what it is / Do you, Mister Jones?", Tango, Caribbean rhythms, William Blake, "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds "all very vigorously! What only a wonderful musician and person residing among us.
The second half was marked by the song "Sounds of Duna Mama" (Mom Sounds Dune) Dragan Jovanovic, who brings the spirits and the breaths of the river and they wiggle, embodied in the choir under the direction of Ars Divina Ivana Markovic against vrcave Secondhandersa capriciousness, and the mutual flow of the ancient ethnic singing and beatboxing Anne Živčić thunder Brand Stojanovic - Luisa, and then with the author that bucka the clear water, completing this saga on the Danube, which receives the attributes of women in total, from time to crisp pradavnina present.
Plus Epilogue evening with works by Anice Sabo "Nikomur not povem" and Robert Cohen, "Sleep, Little Baby, Sleep" (Choir Ars Divina, Nevena Glišić - flute, Jelena Dimitrijevic - violin, Aleksandar Milanovic - violins, Attila Szabo - Viola, Filip Milinkovic - cello) for easy and inspiring night. An evening of great enjoyment from the FirstHand (or Real Hand)).

Zorica Kojić

Operette aus Zitaten - Lokalnachrichten - Neu-Ulmer Zeitung
Ungewöhnliche Truppe: die Gruppe Secondhanders aus Belgrad rund um ...
Successful year of Dah Theatre | SEEcult.org cultural portal ...
December 16th 2009 ... By concert of a group Secondhanders, DAH theatre will celebrate the end of a successful year in which signed by premieres of two new plays ...
The celebration of Dah Theatre in Maruliceva no. 8 will be entertained by Secondhanders, the band which performs a slightly used (“second hand”) music of well known authors, packed and ready made under title “Six (not so) easy pieces”. The music consists of parts or integral versions of well known compositions and verses of anthology value that gives these pieces seriousness. Adding more or less successful non-standard music content, necessary communication value is achieved. Most of compositions are used in Dah Theatre plays, and they will be performed in new and old arrangement. Members of the Secondhanders band are Nebojša Ignjatović (doublebass, vocal, piano, flute, mbira), Aleksandra Stanić (violla, vocal), Julijana Marković (cello, vocal), Gorana Ćurgus (harp), Jugoslav Hadžić (accordeon), Sanja Marković (vocal, saxophone, percussions) and the director Dijana Milosević.


Music program in 2009
Concert that marked the season was held on on 28th of October 2009 by Secondhanders. It was extraordinary by many criteria. Named „Play for Music“ ...
Concert that marked the season was held on on 28th of October 2009 by Secondhanders. It was extraordinary by many criteria. Named „Play for Music“, it was held under the artistic management of the composer, doublebass player, pianist, flute player and singer Nebojša Ignjatović. The criteria mentioned refer to a high level of performance, authorial interventions and the overall concept of the concert. Nebojša Ignjatović, professor of doublebass at the Faculty of Music Art, an academy of classical music, have also with dedicatedly followed and participated popular music genres simoultaneously with his academic career. He merged classical and pop music on very slippery and risky platform of postmodern synthesis. From sufficient distance he overviewed all that these mutualy remote music worlds have in common and took the best out of both. Similiarities and analogies emerging from this approach are sometimes stunning. After the concert, many people from the audience asked about eventual reprise, which would be totaly unusual concert practice. It is real pitty that our music institutions have no understanding and mechanisms for adoption of such enterprises that would pay back multiple, even financially.

Misa Savic

Jim Jarmusch's Golden Rules | MovieMaker Magazine
by Jim Jarmusch | Published January 22, 2004 ... Rule #5: Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination ... Select only things to steal from that speak directly to your soul ...
Nothing is original. Steal from anywhere that resonates with inspiration or fuels your imagination. Devour old films, new films, music, books, paintings, photographs, poems, dreams, random conversations, architecture, bridges, street signs, trees, clouds, bodies of water, light and shadows. Select only things to steal from that speak directly to your soul. If you do this, your work (and theft) will be authentic. Authenticity is invaluable; originality is non-existent. And don’t bother concealing your thievery - celebrate it if you feel like it. In any case, always remember what Jean-Luc Godard said: "It’s not where you take things from - it’s where you take them to".

Jim Jarmusch

Second Handers — Ayn Rand Lexicon
They're second-handers . . . . They have no concern for facts, ideas, work. They 're concerned only with people. They don't ask: “Is this true? ...
Look at them. The man who cheats and lies, but preserves a respectable front. He knows himself to be dishonest, but others think he’s honest and he derives his self-respect from that, second-hand. The man who takes credit for an achievement which is not his own. He knows himself to be mediocre, but he’s great in the eyes of others. The frustrated wretch who professes love for the inferior and clings to those less endowed, in order to establish his own superiority by comparison . . . . They’re second-handers . . . .

Ayn Rand "The Fountainhead"

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