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Balkan Folk Metal – Metal Covers of Balkan Folk Songs

Balkan Folk Metal - Metal Covers of Balkan Folk Songs



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let me take you on a journey – a musical journey through a vivid and colorful Balkan.
like the political and ethical structure, the music in these countries is extremely diverse.
I am not an expert for Balkan music, but there are many traditional Balkan folk songs I always loved…

… so here’s a small selection of favorite songs:

Jovano Jovanke (Macedonia)
Vranjski Svrljig (Serbia)
Djelem Djelem (Song of the Roma)
Bucimis (Bulgaria)
Miserlou (Macedonia/Greece)

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Balkan folk music Turkish, Greek, Romanian, Croatian, Bulgarian, Czech traditional world

Balkan folk music Turkish, Greek, Romanian, Croatian, Bulgarian, Czech traditional world



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Balkan music: Romanian, Bulgarian, Turkish, Greek, Croatian, Czech World Folk Gypsy

Balkan music: Romanian, Bulgarian, Turkish, Greek, Croatian, Czech World Folk Gypsy



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Turkish and Balkan folk music

Turkish and Balkan folk music



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MWE put a modern and eclectic twist on Turkish and Balkan folk music. As a six member acoustic wind ensemble, MWE plays traditional songs with the rarely paired clarinet and the double-reeded zurna. Add three clarinets, some dumbek, some riqq, and a Davul, a shoulder slung marching drum, and you’re about the closest to heavy metal you can get without amplification. Their shows are loud, wild and raucous affairs known for drawing entire audiences on their feet in one song or less. Often found playing hit-and-run gigs in San Francisco’s Mission District, they’ve also played at established world music venues including Ashkenaz and Yoshi’s Lounge.

Sirtos (from Yiannitsa): The name speaks for itself but it should be noted that Yiannitsa is in northern Greece and this tune is in 7/8.

Suleyman Aga: This song is a Turkish Roman traditional. This 9/8 karsilama rhythm is probably the most popular rhythm among Turkish Roma.

Halay: Halay is actually the name of a line dance from Turkey. It is driven by a relentless 2/4 beat, and usually features zurna and davul.

Varshaver: Varshaver is fully named “Varshaver Freilakhs,” which is Yiddish for “happy dance from Warsaw.” It’s a klezmer piece. We learned it from an early 20th century recording of violinist Abe Schwartz.

Los Bilbilicos: This is a traditional sephardic tune that has spread in popularity all over the Mediterranean and Middle East.

MWE
Peter Jaques: Clarinet
Greg Jenkins: Clarinet
Samual Atchley: Clarinet
Calvin Lai: Zurna
Sean Tergis: Davul
Faisal Zedan: Dumbek, Riqq

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Balkan accordion “TALIJANSKA” – Time of the gypsies – Gypsie Folk Music Akkordeon Acordeon

Balkan accordion "TALIJANSKA" - Time of the gypsies -  Gypsie Folk Music Akkordeon Acordeon



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Balkan music TALIJANSKA’ is the best accordion song from the movie ‘Time of the Gypsies’ This cover is played by the accordion duo Wim Niëns & Jo Brunenberg, on Fisart (Vignoni) and Ottavianelli accordions.
The film fragment is from Ederlezi which is a Spring festival, celebrating the return of springtime, celebrated especially by Romani people in the Balkans, and elsewhere around the world. Ederlezi is the Romani name for the Bulgarian, Macedonian and Serbian Feast of Saint George. It is celebrated on 6 May [O.S. 23 April] (occurring approximately 40 days after the spring equinox). The various Balkan spellings (Herdeljez, Erdelezi) are variants of the Turkish Hıdırellez, a holiday signaling the beginning of spring, occurring on the same day.

French title: Le temps des gitans
Serbian: Дом за вешање, Dom za vešanje, literally “Home for Hanging”) is a 1988 Yugoslav film by Serbian director Emir Kusturica. Filmed in Romani and Serbo-Croatian, Time of the Gypsies tells the story of a young Romani man with magical powers who is tricked into engaging in petty crime. It is widely considered to be one of Kusturica’s best films. The film was recorded in Sarajevo and Milan, by the Forum Sarajevo. The film was selected as the Yugoslav entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 62nd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

The film revolves around Perhan, a romani teenager with telekinetic powers and his passage from boy to man that starts in a little village in Yugoslavia and that ends in the criminal underworld of Milan. The film deals with magic-realism.

The film’s soundtrack was composed by Goran Bregović. ( Горан Бреговић )
Goran Bregović is a Bosnian composer and musician from the former Yugoslavia, born March 22, 1950 in Sarajevo, living in Belgrade, Serbia where he has his own studio.
Goran Bregovic became very popular performing with orchestra Serbia and with his song Mesecina. Bregović has composed for such varied artists as Iggy Pop and Cesária Évora. He rose to fame playing guitar with his rock band Bijelo Dugme. Among his better known scores are three of Emir Kusturica’s films (Time of the Gypsies, Arizona Dream, and Underground).

Music tracks of the movie:
1. Ederlezi
2. Scena pojavljivanja majke
3. Scena Perhanove pogibije
4. Kustino oro
5. Borino oro
6. Glavna tema

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Traditional Balkan Folk Music From Bosnia – Seven Eight Ensemble – Tony Johansen Studio

Traditional Balkan Folk Music From Bosnia - Seven Eight Ensemble - Tony Johansen Studio



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Recorded on the eve of their European tour, Seven Eight Ensemble features Adriana Von Runic on Flute, Giga M. Jeleskovic on acoustic guitar and Dan Russell on violin. At East Sydney Academy of Art they played for a small but enthusiastic audience, the intimacy of the surroundings allowing for a beautiful interaction between musicians and audience.

Rhythm of the Balkans – Balkan Folk Music Mix

Rhythm of the Balkans - Balkan Folk Music Mix



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A short compilation of traditional music and rhythms from the Balkan peninsula.

0:00 – (Greece) – Traditional Syrtaki Dance Music
3:49 – (Romania) – Shepherd’s Flute Melody, Wallachia area
5:23 – (Bulgaria) – Traditional “Trite Puti” Dance Music, Thrace region.
8:57 – (Albania) – Traditional Tupane (drums) Dance Rhythms
10:16 – (Albania) – Traditional “Valle e Rugoves” Dance Rhythms
11:55 – (Serbia) – Traditional Frula (flute) Music
12:34 – (Serbia) – Traditional Moravac Kolo Dance Music, performed by Frula (flute)
14:52 – (Croatia) – Traditional Gusle (stringed instrument) Tune
15:33 – (Croatia) – Traditional Drmes Dance
17:01 – (Turkey) – Traditional Baglama (stringed instrument) Tune
17:32 – (Turkey) – Traditional Cifteteli Dance Music, performed on clarinet

Balkan Transylvanian Gypsy Folk Music NADARA

Balkan Transylvanian Gypsy Folk Music NADARA



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NADARA Gypsy Band www.myspace.com/nadaragypsyband [email protected] +33611908894 +40747329282
Czech tv, international gypsy festival Khamoro 2009, Praga, NADARA Gypsy Band performance.
Television Tchèque, festival international Khamoro 2009, Prague, NADARA Gypsy Band.
Violin: Tocila, Accordion and vocal: Alexandra Beaujard, Guitar and vocal: Borki Gavril, Cimbal: Relu Merisan, bratch: Kollo Gergely, double bass: Florin Zimerman, Dance: Arabella Lakatos, Kovari Tibor.