Miloš Zatkalik (1959, Serbia), composer and music theorist from Belgrade. Professor at the University of Arts in Belgrade, for many years head of the Department of Music Theory. Visiting professor at the Art Academies of Novi Sad, Kragujevac and Banjaluka (Bosnia and Herzegovina). Lectured by invitation at universities and music academies in Canada, Norway, Germany, USA, Slovenia.
Author of a number of articles published in books and periodicals and/or presented at scientific conferences at home and abroad. Author of a textbook on music analysis on CD.
Recent compositions include Seemingly Innocent Game for vibraphone, cello and piano and; Four Visions of Absence for string orchestra.
Noise in the Inner Silence for flute, oboe, clarinet, percussion and piano
Munk, Bergman, Joseph Conrad, St. John, Faulkner, Shakespeare. It is not exactly that these brilliant creators served as an inspiration for this composition. Yet, once finished, the composition summoned them, as it were.
I The Scream
II Cries and Whispers
III …as though the mist itself had screamed…
IV The voice of him that crieth in the wilderness
V Sound and Fury
VI The rest is silence