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PANA NOBLE MUSIC
PUBLISHER
Mira Panajotovic: Pana Noble Music Inc. President, film producer
Affiliation: Pana Noble Music (ASCAP)
Music Award Recipient: Winner of the SOWI International Song Festival with the song “LA That’s You”
FOUNDING PARTNERS
Ika Panajotovic: president, film producer (see: Films/TV)
Sava Ljubicic: composer
AFFILIATIONS
Ika Panajotovic: ASCAP
Mira Panajotovic: ASCAP
Sava Ljubicic: ASCAP (American Society of  
                          Composers and Publishers)
                         SGA (Songwriters Guild of America)
                         SCL (Society of Composers and
                         Lyricists)
                         SOKOJ (Serbian Society of Composers
                          and  Lyricists)
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MUSIC LIBRARY
Music in Ika Panajotovic’s films he has independently produced: (Refer to the FILM/TV section)
1966 Associate Producer Brown Eye, Evil Eye  (Hugh Griffith)
1967 Producer Bomb at 10:10 (George Montgomery, Phil Brown)
1968 Associate Producer Curse of the Faithful Wife (Alan Hale)
1969 Producer-Winter for Walter Reade Organization Operation Cross Eagles (Richard Conte, Rory Calhoun)
1970 Associate Producer Togetherness (George Hamilton, Peter Lawford)
1972 U.S.-Yugoslav Coordinator Skalawag (Kirk Douglas, Mark Lester)
1973 Producer-Writer Last Train to Berlin (Ty Hardin, Stathis Giallelis)
1977 Producer Hell River  (Rod Taylor, Adam West, Xenia Gratsos)
1978 Producer Cruise Missile (Peter Graves, Curt Jurgens, Michael Dante, John Carradine)
1981 Producer Day of Assassin (Chuck Connors, Glenn Ford, Henry Silva, Richard Roundtree)
1986 Producer Dirty Rebel (Roy McNeill, Burt Starger)
1988 Producer: Writer of US-USSR coproduction Wildwind (Jay North, George Montgomery, Albert Paulsen)
1989 Producer-Co-writer Massacre at Noon (Drago Gidra, Miha Baloh)
1996 Director-Producer-Writer Last Nazi at Large (Gary Swanson, Albert Paulsen)
Other:
1990 Director-Producer Ransom in Blood (Movies for Television)
1995 Dervishes (Documentary)
MUSIC GENRES

Classical: “Yugoslav Rhapsody”
Film Music arrangement: “Yugoslav Rhapsody”
Ethnic Yugoslav/Serbian songs and dances
Pop (romantic ballads)
Country-pop (romantic ballads)
Gospel
Latin (romantic ballads and up-tempo music)
Jazz (instrumental ballads and up-tempo music)
NOTES

Pana Noble Music contains one of the most valuable libraries of Eastern European music – of those people’s songs and dances, that filmmakers may find extremely useful. The library, furthermore, treasures all the other type of compositions that may relate in their feeling and spirit to any other country of the world, again an ideal and an enormous resource for the filmmakers as well as music producers or collaborators. Ljubicic’s nostalgic and somewhat melancholy life’s philosophy allows the composer to create romantic ballads, while on the other hand his lively and empowering up-tempo melodies are there to empower and to say that life goes on…All in all, Pana Noble Music’s library contains music that exudes composer’s powerful universal sensitivity that becomes a part of all of us…
COMPOSER SAVATIJE SAVA LJUBICIC.
“There is no serious
and light music ,only
good and bad music.”
- George Gershwin
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L.A. THAT'S YOU.