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Various - Yugoslavia: Songs And Dances From Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia, Dalmatia, Bosnia, Slovenia

Various - Yugoslavia: Songs And Dances From Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia, Dalmatia, Bosnia, Slovenia
Yugoslavia: Songs And Dances From Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia, Dalmatia, Bosnia, Slovenia
MF 338
MP3 album size:
1338 mb
FLAC album size:
2495 mb
Monitor Records


1Nada Mamula ; Darko LukacWhere Are You My Dear? = Gde Si Duso Gde Si Rano
2Dragica Nikolova and Aleksander Sarievski ; Koce Petrovski OrchestraJovana, Jovanke
3Mirvet Belovska ; Folk Orchestra Of Radio SkopjeTo Whom Does That Dark Woman Belong? = Na Koga E Crna Zenata
4Male Choir Of The Slovenian Philharmonic OrchestraWhere Is My Sweet Home? = Kde Je Moj Mili Dom?
5Tamburitza Orchestra Of Radio ZagrebZagorska Polka
6Dusan Nikolic ; “Tzarevats” Folk OrchestraFather Wants Me To Marry = Oce Cica Da Me Zeni
7Blagoj Petrov Karadjule ; Folk Orchestra Of Radio SkopjeDonka Had A Sore Throat = Donka Grlo Je Bolese
8Nada Mamula ; Darko LukacOmer Bey Sat On A Tower = Omer Beze Na Kuli Sedjase
9“Sokadija” Tamburitza OrchestraThe Coat And The Penny = Kabanica I Sekser
Conductor – Sava Mihajlovic
10Nikola Kordic And Boris Nikolic ; Mandolin QuartetThere On The Sea Shore = Tamo Na Rivi
11Andjelka Nezic Stankova ; Tamburitza Orchestra Of Radio ZagrebSokica
12Smolnikar And Jersinovec and “Happy Shepherds” Folk OrchestraMountain Song = Planinska
13Sava Jeremic ; Radojka ZivkovicKolo Dance From Vrbnik = Vrbnicko Kolo


  • DesignDavid Chasman
  • Photography ByYugoslav Tourist Office


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


Various Yugoslavia: Songs And Dances From Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia, Dalmatia, Bosnia, Slovenia. 레이블: Monitor Records 2 MF 338. Sokadija Tamburitza Orchestra. The Coat And The Penny Kabanica I Sekser. Conductor Sava Mihajlovic. 회사 등. Album 1994 15 Songs. The Greek Folk Instruments, Vol. 9: Bouzouki - Tzouras - Baglamas. Various Artists. The Light of Flame. Gregoris Bouzouki. 60 million songs. Three months on us. After the Allied victory in World War II, Yugoslavia was set up as a federation of six republics, with borders drawn along ethnic and historical lines: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia. The League of Communists of Yugoslavia dissolved in January 1990 along federal lines. Croatian Serb politicians including the Mayor of Knin met with Borisav Jović, the head of the Yugoslav Presidency in August 1990, and urged him to push the council to take action to prevent Croatia from separating from Yugoslavia, because they claimed that the Serb population would be in danger in Croatia which was ruled by Tuđman and his nationalist government. Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia, Dalmatia, Bosnia, Slovenia of the heart. This is all a joke. Yugoslavia is an album of Tonio K. s typically acerbic poprock songs with no relation to the fragmented, war-torn European country. Though it is not billed as a compilation, the album seems to be a gathering of stray tracks dating back several years, probably assembled after Gadfly issued Tonio K. s long-deferred Olé album in 1997 and was interested in a follow-up. Listen free to Various Artists Folk Music Of Yugoslavia Croatia, Bosnia-Hercegovina, Serbia & Macedonia Seljačko, Ive kosi za Kućun livada and more. 21 tracks 44:06. 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 . 0 out of 5 stars A Good album, but not what I hoped for. Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2002. Format: Audio CD. I just find a lot of the singing diminishes the songs for me, personally. I'll certainly hang on to the cd, though. And yes, it is predominantly Croatian. Bosnia, Slovenia, Croatia I did not visit Serbia, Macedonia and Montenegro. I hope you guys like it. Music: Lane Moje- Zeljko Joksimovic INSTRUMENTAL. Dance Songs: Wedding, Harvest, Kolo BosniaHerzegovina. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. 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. This concession satisfied Croatia and Slovenia, but in Serbia and in the new autonomous province of Kosovo, reaction was different. Serbs saw the new constitution as conceding to Croat and ethnic Albanian nationalists. A similar attempt in Bosnia and Herzegovina led to a war that lasted more than three years see below. The results of all these conflicts are almost complete emigration of the Serbs from all three regions, massive displacement of the populations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and establishment of the three new independent states. On 25 June 1991, Slovenia and Croatia became the first republics to declare independence from Yugoslavia