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Various - Music of Yugoslavia (Songs And Dances From Bosnia) Album
Country, Folk, World
Performer: Various
Title: Music of Yugoslavia (Songs And Dances From Bosnia)
Style: Folk
Year 1964
Country US
Label Monitor Records
Catalog Number MFS 412
Genre: Country, Folk, World
Rating: 4.0
Votes: 455
MP3 size: 1452 mb
FLAC size: 2397 mb
WMA size: 1655 mb
Record From: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo

Various - Music of Yugoslavia (Songs And Dances From Bosnia) Album

Tracklist

1Safet IsovićAšik Momče = Let’s Go Courting, My Lad
Music By, Lyrics By – Love Song From Sandžak
1:37
2Zora DubljevićUdovčiču, Ne Boluj = Widower, Do Not Be Sad
Music By, Lyrics By – Lyrical Song From Banjaluk
2:30
3Hamdija SalkovićBosanska Tropa (Instrumental)
Music By – Folk Dance (Kolo) From Bosnia
3:15
4Nadezda Cmiljić And Zaim ImamovićZdravica Iz Hercegovine = Greetings From Herzegovina2:35
5Nadezda Cmiljić And Safet IsovićPjesma O Kiseljaku = Song Of Kiseljak
Music By [Uncredited], Lyrics By [Uncredited] – Jozo Penava
2:36
6Zora Dubljević And Bozidar IvanisevićČaj, Čiko, Čemeriko
Music By, Lyrics By – Jump Dance From Kupres
1:57
7Hamdija SalkovićAnterija (Instrumental)
Music By – Kolo Dance
4:00
8Radmila Jagodić And Zaim ImamovićDa Sam Nešto, Prelijepa Čamka = She Is Too Beautiful To Be Lonely
Music By, Lyrics By – Love Song From Mostar
3:50
9Vlado MulićKoliko Je Ravno Polje Trebinje = How Wide Is The Trebinje Plain
Music By, Lyrics By – Love Song From Herzegovina
2:07
10Radmila Jagodić And Vlado MulićKaravan Ide Preko Romanije = The Caravan Crosses The Romanija Mountain
Music By, Lyrics By – Song From Sandžak
3:27
11Mile PetrovićOj Djevojko Preko Puta = The Girl From Across The Road
Music By, Lyrics By – Dance-Song From Sarajevo
1:45
12Beba SelimovićOj, Jagodo, Imas Li Jarana = Oh, Jagodo, Do You Have A Boy-Friend
Music By, Lyrics By – Folk Dance & Song From Sandžak
1:12

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LPY-V-90Various Narodne Pjesme I Plesovi Iz Bosne (Pjesme I Plesovi Iz Bosne I Hercegovine) ‎(LP, Album)JugotonLPY-V-90Yugoslavia1964
MF 412Various Music of Yugoslavia (Songs And Dances From Bosnia) ‎(LP, Album, Mono)Monitor Records MF 412US1964
CAY-235Various Narodne Pjesme I Plesovi Iz Bosne (Narodne Pjesme I Plesovi Iz Bosne I Hercegovine) ‎(Cass, Comp, RE)JugotonCAY-235YugoslaviaUnknown
LPY-V-90Various Narodne Pjesme I Plesovi Iz Bosne (Narodne Pjesme I Kola Iz Bosne) ‎(LP, Album, RE)JugotonLPY-V-90Yugoslavia1967

Credits

  • Arranged ByLjubinko Miljković
  • ChorusChorus Of Radio Sarajevo
  • ConductorZvonimir Nevžala
  • DesignSidney Miller
  • EnsembleAccordion Duet: Alajbegović-Petković
  • OrchestraTamburitza Orchestra Of Radio Sarajevo
  • Photography ByLeonard Hirschfeld
  • Pipe [Frula] [Uncredited]Hamdija Salković

Companies

  • Recorded By – Jugoton
  • Record Company – Monitor International Corp.

Album

Album 1951 15 Songs. Various Artists. Worldwide 1951. Music of Yugoslavia Historic In The Field Recordings. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. These recordings covering a wide range of instrumental and vocal music from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and Macedonia were made in 1968 at Zagreb's international folk festival. Despite this, the pieces here are still close to their roots thanks both to the period of the recording and the festival director's policy of recruiting groups and soloists from the villages for the show. Listen free to Various Artists Songs and Dances of Yugoslavia Moj Dilbere, Ja Posadih Vjenac and more. 15 tracks 26:15. Most often on , compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information. Warning Deleting this artist may remove other artists and scrobbles from your library - please handle with caution Note: You can view albums tagged as 'Various Artists' in your read more. Warning . Yugoslav pop and rock scene includes the pop and rock music of the former SFR Yugoslavia, including all their genres and subgenres. The scene included the constituent republics: SR Slovenia, SR Croatia, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, SR Montenegro, SR Macedonia and SR Serbia and its subunits: SAP Vojvodina and SAP Kosovo. The pop and rock scene was a part of the general Music of Yugoslavia, which also included folk, classical music, jazz etc. Within Yugoslavia and internationally, the phrases ex-YU or ex. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1971 Vinyl от Village Music Of Yugoslavia на tonal range of the songs is mostly very narrow spanning a third, a fourth or a fifth of the 'Istrian scale'. Terms and Conditions. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist Sample. Can You Kolo Songs and Dances from Old Yugoslavia. A Smithsonian Folkways Lesson Designed by: Mary E. Maravic Seacoast Charter School, Kingston, N. Summary: In this unit, students will listen to music from Serbia and Croatia. They will identify the traditional instruments used in this music, including tamburitza, frula, and accordion. They will also learn to dance two simple kolos, an important traditional dance that originated in Serbia but is widespread throughout Croatia, Bosnia, Herzegovina, and Slovenia, and is danced today in American communities