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  • Nikos Vertis - Thelo na me nioseis

    4:27

    Νίκος Βέρτης - Θέλω να με νιώσεις (Επίσημο Βιντεοκλίπ)
    ©Theama / Cobalt 2014

    Μουσική: Δημήτρης Δέκος
    Στίχοι: Ρένα Καμάρη
    Σκηνοθεσία: Luydmil Illarionov - Liusi

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  • CBS: Pop Rock and Funk Records from Yugoslavia

    33:19

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    In this episode of Coffee Break Sessions, I'm playing some of the records that I have been collecting over the last few months. During the lockdown, I've done quite a lot of online digging. As a result I've found some amazing records from the former Yugoslavia, Bulgaria and Romania. Let me know if you guys enjoy this one. There's more to come!
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  • Balkan Gypsy Music

    31:32

    Romani music or Gipsy music is the music of the Romani people, who have their origins in northern India, but today live mostly in Europe. Historically nomadic, though now largely settled, the Romani people have long acted as entertainers and tradesmen. In many of the places Romanies live they have become known as musicians. The wide distances travelled have introduced a multitude of influences of Byzantine, Greek, Arabic, Indian, Persian, Turkish, Slavic, Romanian, German, Dutch, French, Spanish and even Jewish musical forms. It is difficult to define the parameters of a unified Romani musical style, as there are many differences in melodic, harmonic, rhythmic and formal structures from region to region. Lyrics to Romani songs are often sung in one or more dialects of the Romani language, and dance frequently accompanies Romani music performance.

    The quintessentially Spanish flamenco is to a very large extent the music (and dance, or indeed the culture) of the Romani people of Andalusia. Apart from Romani music for local use, in Eastern Europe a separate Romani music originated for entertainment at parties and celebrations. This music drew its themes from Hungarian, Romanian, Russian and other sources. Later on it gained popularity in Western Europe, where many Romani orchestras were active, playing sophisticated melodies of East European origin. Most Romani music is based on the folk music of the countries where the Romani went through or settled. Local music is adopted and performed – usually instrumental – and, slowly, it is transformed into Romani styles, which are usually more complex than the original styles. In its turn, Romani music has greatly influenced the local music.

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  • HAUSER - Adagio

    6:57




    Hauser performing Adagio by Albinoni with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra at his classical solo concert at the Lisinski Concert Hall in Zagreb, October 2017.

    Elisabeth Fuchs, conductor
    Pavao Mašić, organ

    Arrangement by Hauser and Filip Sljivac

    Filmed and edited by MedVid production
    Sound and mixing by Morris Studio

    2CELLOS

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  • Fanfare Ciocarlia: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

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    Truth be told, I was scared. We've stuffed a lot of musicians behind the Tiny Desk, but when I saw Fanfare Ciocarlia (pronounced fan-FAR-eh cho-car-LEE-ah) at Globalfest the week before the band arrived at NPR, I couldn't fathom how we'd corral these 12 musicians and their various assorted horns and drums into that truly tiny space.

    But the day this joyous Balkan brass band from the Romanian village of Zece Prăjini came to play, it was one of the happiest days I've experienced at our new building. From wedding songs to American rock 'n' roll to the occasional James Bond theme, the group plays at a pace that would make the Ramones burst into a sweat. When you get hooked and want more, find Fanfare Ciocarlia's new record, Devil's Tale. It will help make your parties the stuff of blissful memories. --BOB BOILEN

    Set List
    Sirba De La Monastirea
    Lume, Lume
    Asfalt Tango

    Credits
    Producers: Bob Boilen, Denise DeBelius; Audio Engineer: Kevin Wait; Videographers: Denise DeBelius, Gabriella Garcia-Pardo, Olivia Merrion; photo by Jim Tuttle/NPR

  • Mina Ristić - Piano Concerto on Arabian themes - Amirov/Nazirova

    11:11

    The Belgrade premiere of the Piano Concerto by Azerbaijani composer Fikret Amirov was performed by pianist Mina Ristić, a Ph.D. student at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade, with Ayyub Guliyev conducting the National Theatre orchestra.

    On 10 May 2018 a concert dedicated to Serbian-Azerbaijani friendship and the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Azerbaijani Democratic Republic, organized by the Embassy of the Republic of Azerbaijan in Serbia, was held at the National Theatre and the Cultural Centre of Azerbaijan in Belgrade. The concert showcased masterpieces by Azerbaijani and Serbian composers, as well as other classical composers. In addition to the top musicians from Azerbaijan – Ayyub Guliyev, the winner of international competitions, the conductor of the Azerbaijan State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre; Ramiz Guliyev, folk artist, professor, prominent musician on the folk instrument tar (a bowstring instrument whose craftsmanship and performance art are characteristic for Azerbaijani music tradition, part of the UNESCO Representative List of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity since 2012); and Afag Abbasova-Budagova, soloist with the Azerbaijan State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre – performers also included the principal artists of the Belgrade Opera, Prima Donna Jasmina Trumbetaš Petrović and bass-baritone Aleksandar Stamatović.

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  • HAUSER - Live in Zagreb FULL Classical Concert

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    HAUSER performing his favorite classical music pieces with the Zagreb Philharmonic Orchestra at his classical solo concert at the Lisinski Concert Hall in Zagreb, October 2017.

    Elisabeth Fuchs, conductor

    Special guests:

    Choir Zvjezdice
    Lana Trotovsek, violin
    Petrit Çeku, guitar

    00:34 Benedictus (K. Jenkins)
    09:05 Pie Jesu (A. L. Webber) feat. Josephine Ida Zec, child soprano
    13:00 Ave Maria (F. Schubert)
    17:50 Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (J. S. Bach)
    21:08 Prelude from Cello Suite no.1 (J. S. Bach)
    23:40 Panis Angelicus (C. Franck)
    28:08 Erbarme Dich, Mein Gott from St. Matthew Passion (J. S. Bach)
    36:20 Passacaglia (Handel - Halvorsen)
    44:37 Adagio (Albinoni)
    51:47 Salut d'Amour (E. Elgar)
    54:40 Song from a Secret Garden (Secret Garden)
    58:28 Mia & Sebastian’s Theme from La La Land (J. Hurwitz)
    1:02:47 Adagio from Concierto de Aranjuez (J. Rodrigo)
    1:09:13 Aria (Cantilena) from Bachianas Brasileiras (H.Villa - Lobos)
    1:14:56 Tango en Skai (R. Dyens)
    1:18:27 Hungarian Rhapsody op. 68 (D. Popper)
    1:27:52 The Swan (C. Saint-Saëns)

    Filmed and edited by MedVid production
    Sound and mixing by Morris Studio

    2CELLOS

  • ARTBAT at Bondinho Pão de Açúcar in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for Cercle

    1:31:14

    Artbat playing an exclusive DJ set at Bondinho Pão de Açúcar in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil for Cercle.
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  • DakhaBrakha: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    13:57

    People always ask me, What's your favorite Tiny Desk Concert? Well, right now it's the one recently performed by DakhaBrakha. The creative quartet from Kiev, Ukraine make music that sounds like nothing I've ever heard, with strands of everything I've ever heard. There are rhythms that sound West African and drone that feels as if it could have emanated from India or Australia. At times, DakhaBrakha is simply a rock band whose crazy homeland harmonies are filled with joy. All the while, they play tight-knit tunes featuring accordion, drums, reeds and shakers while wearing tall, Marge Simpson-looking wool hats that made me jealous.

    I want the world to see this Tiny Desk Concert more than any other right now. It's refreshing to hear the power of acoustic music and the many worlds of sound still waiting to be explored. -- BOB BOILEN

    Set List
    Sho Z-Pod Duba 0:00
    Torokh 3:43
    Divka-Marusechka 8:07

    Credits
    Producers: Bob Boilen, Maggie Starbard; Audio Engineer: Kevin Wait; Videographers: Morgan McCloy, Maggie Starbard, AJ Wilhelm; Assistant Producer: Annie Bartholomew; photo by Colin Marshall/NPR

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  • With amazing serbian musicians

    5:18

    Improvisation with amazing serbian musicians in a restaurant during my tour 2016 in Belgrade, Serbia.
    Great music, gerat people and amazing atmosphere!

  • Street musicians of Serbia

    3:05

    Street music of perfect country in pursuance of excellent people

  • The Serbian Song

    4:03

    By The Band Known As Hopewell Boys Track And Field

  • Serbian Wedding

    1:02

    It was with great pleasure that Orquestra de Ermesinde provided the music for Dusan and Nela and all their loved ones. To be part of such a beautiful celebration is the ultimate goal of a musician and this one proved to be an awesome party! We met very kind and joyful people and shared our best effort to make this wedding special. Thank you to all the people involved, our special thanks to Pol Punto R for letting us use the video, great job!

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    Imitation is a sort of compliment so they say, and Orquestra de Ermesinde wants to thank all that beautiful brass band tradition from the Balkans, through different musicians with a common idea of party, joy and sorrow and most importantly, sharing.

    With a raw and direct sound, inspired by classics of the Serbian, Bosnian, Macedonian, but also Romanian and Moldovan folklore, their repertoire is a mixture of dance rythms and drunken songs, as well as personal arrangements of Portuguese melodies and other sources, in a humble but determined intent of importing a way of life long gone, yet so close and necessary as an old friend.

    Formed in Barcelona at the end of 2017, the current group is a mix of people united around the goal of playing this music in all sort of events, namely:

    Weddings, baptisms, brit milah, khitan, bar mitzvah, communions, divorces, funerals, fairs, local festivities, concert-halls, bars, private parties and, obviously, anniversaries of all kind.

    Excluded are political events.

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    orquestradeermesinde@gmail.com (0034) 655 844 880

  • School of Balkan Folk Music for Accordion

    1:03

    Use this link to buy the book at Lulu:

    School of Balkan Folk Music for Accordion
    Author: Vlada Veselinović, Language: English, Book size: A4, 144 pages.

    At a time when Balkan music literature is gasping for breath, VladaVeselinovic's School of Balkan Folk Music for Accordion is a true breath of fresh air, a meticulous study of the ever-popular subject of PERFORMANCE OF TRADITIONAL FOLK MUSIC OF THE BALKANS. Over the course of several large chapters, the author of the book explains in great detail the essential elements of playing Balkan styles in folk music on accordion. This book is the first one that offers a comprehensive analysis of the techniques used by the greatest accordion masters in performance and interpretation of Balkan melodies. All concepts explained here are illustrated by examples and selected exercises. This school also has a unique list covering all the musical ornaments used in Balkan folk music. The list includes over 50 ornaments used in Serbian (Šumadija), Bulgarian, Macedonian, Romanian and Vlach music, illustrated and explained through practical examples of melody ornamentation. In addition, there are also pre-practice exercises and technical exercises for the ornaments that are indispensable in preparing for the interpretation of folk music. All the rhythms encountered in Balkan folk music are presented and explained, as well as details of proper performance on bass keys on accordion (left hand), starting with simple time signatures (2/4, 3/4), then more complex rhythms (oriental, rumba, sa-sa) all the way to mixed meters, characteristic of the music of Macedonia, Bulgaria and southern Serbia (5/16, 7/8, 9/8, 11/8, 13/8, 18/8 etc.).

    The compositions with musical notation featured in this book are mandatory musical literature for every accordion player. Some of these compositions, such as the traditional kolo songs, due to their great popularity, have been performed in countless versions, and here they are featured in arrangements considered by the author as the most interesting to those who follow this school. Sheet music is recorded with detailed ornamentation (ornaments are noted in small notes), complete fingering for piano accordion and noted harmony.

    This book can be used by beginners (with the prerequisite of having at least basic musical literacy), but also by musicians who already play and want to upgrade and refine their technique and knowledge.

  • Serbian Diva JADRANKA JOVANOVIC - Angel de la son, Catalan Lullaby

    3:12

    Live in Belgrade Kolarac Hall with Dominique Corbiau & Sofia Symphony Orchestra

  • Greek Music - Greek Goddess dancing Oriental - Misirlou song

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    Greek Music TV Show in Cyprus: ''Σάββατο κι απόβραδο'' --- ''Savato ke apovrado''
    The History of the Song:
    ''Misirlou'' is an old Greek rebetiko song...
    Misirlou (Μισιρλού) is the feminine form of Misirlis (Μισιρλής) which comes from the Turkish word Mısırlı, which is formed by combining Mısır (Egypt in Turkish, borrowed from Arabic) with the Turkish -lı suffix, literally meaning Egyptian.
    The song was selected by the Athens 2004 Organizing Committee as one of the most influential Greek songs of all time, and was heard in venues and at the closing ceremony -- it was performed by Anna Vissi.

    Initially, the song was first played by Michalis Patrinos and his rebetiko band in Athens in 1927. The Lyrics were written by Michalis Patrinos.
    The earliest known recording of this song was by the rebetiko musician, Tetos Demetriades, in 1927, in New York.
    The earliest known recording of this song by Michalis Patrinos and his rebetiko band was in 1930 in Athens, Greece, which was circulated in the United States by the Orthophonic label.
    Another recording was made by Patrinos in New York in 1931.

    In 1941, Nick Roubanis, a Greek-American music instructor, released a jazz instrumental arrangement of the song, crediting himself as the composer. Since his claim was never legally challenged, he is still officially credited as the composer today worldwide, except in Greece where credit is variably given to either Roubanis or Patrinos.
    Subsequently Bob Russell, Fred Wise and Milton Leeds wrote English lyrics to the song.
    Roubanis is also credited with fine-tuning the key and the melody, giving it the Oriental sound that it is associated with today. The song soon became an exotica standard among the light swing (lounge) bands of the day.

    The song then gained popularity among Middle Eastern audiences through Arabic (belly dancing), Jewish (klezmer), Armenian and Turkish versions
    The song's oriental melody has been so popular for so long that many people, from Morocco to Iraq, claim it to be a folk song from their own country. In fact, in the realm of Middle Eastern music, the song is a very simplistic one, since it is little more than going up and down the Hijaz Kar or double harmonic scale.

    SOME OTHER VERSIONS OF THE GREEK SONG ''MISIRLOU'' . .

    1) In 1943, Miriam Kressyn wrote Yiddish lyrics to the song.
    2) In 1944, Lebanese musician Clovis el-Hajj performed this song and called it Amal. This is the only known Arabic language version of the song to date.

    3) The song eventually gained worldwide popularity through Dick Dale's 1962 American surf rock version, which was responsible for popularizing the song in Western popular culture.
    During a performance, Dale was bet by a young fan that he could not play a song on only one string of his guitar. Dale's father and uncles were Lebanese-American musicians, and Dale remembered seeing his uncle play Misirlou on one string of the oud. He vastly increased the song's tempo to make it into rock and roll. It was Dale's surf rock version that introduced Misirlou to a wider audience in the United States

    4) The Beach Boys recorded a Dale-inspired Miserlou for the 1963 album Surfin' U.S.A., solidifying Miserlou as a staple of American pop culture. A wealth of surf and rock bands soon recorded versions of the song, including the Ventures, Astronauts, Surfaris, and Bobby Fuller Four. Hundreds of recordings have been made to date, by artists as diverse as Agent Orange and Connie Francis (1965).

    5) Missirlù was a 1967 Italian single, sung by Gino (Cudsi) and Dorine.

    6) The song was sung by the Turkish singer Zeki Müren in 1971 as Yaralı Gönül with lyrics by Suat Sayın, a Turkish singer and composer. .

    7) In 1972 Serbian singer Staniša Stošić recorded song Lela Vranjanka with different lyrics, it is most famous version of Misirlou in Serbia.

    8) Phil Woods plays a clarinet on Misirlou on the album Into The Woods

    9) In 1994, Dale's version of Miserlou was used on the soundtrack of the motion picture Pulp Fiction thanks to a suggestion to Quentin Tarantino from his friend Boyd Rice.
    10) In March 2005, Q magazine placed Dale's version at number 89 in its list of the 100 Greatest Guitar Tracks.

    11) The Russian dobro player Eugene Nemov recorded an instrumental version in Moscow 2006

    12) Another version recorded in 2006 by The Black Eyed Peas - ''Pump It''

  • School of Balkan Folk Music for Accordion

    1:03

    Use this link to buy the book at Lulu:

    School of Balkan Folk Music for Accordion
    Author: Vlada Veselinović, Language: English, Book size: A4, 144 pages.

    At a time when Balkan music literature is gasping for breath, VladaVeselinovic's School of Balkan Folk Music for Accordion is a true breath of fresh air, a meticulous study of the ever-popular subject of PERFORMANCE OF TRADITIONAL FOLK MUSIC OF THE BALKANS. Over the course of several large chapters, the author of the book explains in great detail the essential elements of playing Balkan styles in folk music on accordion. This book is the first one that offers a comprehensive analysis of the techniques used by the greatest accordion masters in performance and interpretation of Balkan melodies. All concepts explained here are illustrated by examples and selected exercises. This school also has a unique list covering all the musical ornaments used in Balkan folk music. The list includes over 50 ornaments used in Serbian (Šumadija), Bulgarian, Macedonian, Romanian and Vlach music, illustrated and explained through practical examples of melody ornamentation. In addition, there are also pre-practice exercises and technical exercises for the ornaments that are indispensable in preparing for the interpretation of folk music. All the rhythms encountered in Balkan folk music are presented and explained, as well as details of proper performance on bass keys on accordion (left hand), starting with simple time signatures (2/4, 3/4), then more complex rhythms (oriental, rumba, sa-sa) all the way to mixed meters, characteristic of the music of Macedonia, Bulgaria and southern Serbia (5/16, 7/8, 9/8, 11/8, 13/8, 18/8 etc.).

    The compositions with musical notation featured in this book are mandatory musical literature for every accordion player. Some of these compositions, such as the traditional kolo songs, due to their great popularity, have been performed in countless versions, and here they are featured in arrangements considered by the author as the most interesting to those who follow this school. Sheet music is recorded with detailed ornamentation (ornaments are noted in small notes), complete fingering for piano accordion and noted harmony.

    This book can be used by beginners (with the prerequisite of having at least basic musical literacy), but also by musicians who already play and want to upgrade and refine their technique and knowledge.

  • Book SCHOOL OF BALKAN FOLK MUSIC FOR ACCORDION Learn to play Balkan folk music

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    Use this link to buy the book at Lulu:

    School of Balkan Folk Music for Accordion
    Author: Vlada Veselinović, Language: English, Book size: A4, 144 pages.

    At a time when Balkan music literature is gasping for breath, VladaVeselinovic's School of Balkan Folk Music for Accordion is a true breath of fresh air, a meticulous study of the ever-popular subject of PERFORMANCE OF TRADITIONAL FOLK MUSIC OF THE BALKANS. Over the course of several large chapters, the author of the book explains in great detail the essential elements of playing Balkan styles in folk music on accordion. This book is the first one that offers a comprehensive analysis of the techniques used by the greatest accordion masters in performance and interpretation of Balkan melodies. All concepts explained here are illustrated by examples and selected exercises. This school also has a unique list covering all the musical ornaments used in Balkan folk music. The list includes over 50 ornaments used in Serbian (Šumadija), Bulgarian, Macedonian, Romanian and Vlach music, illustrated and explained through practical examples of melody ornamentation. In addition, there are also pre-practice exercises and technical exercises for the ornaments that are indispensable in preparing for the interpretation of folk music. All the rhythms encountered in Balkan folk music are presented and explained, as well as details of proper performance on bass keys on accordion (left hand), starting with simple time signatures (2/4, 3/4), then more complex rhythms (oriental, rumba, sa-sa) all the way to mixed meters, characteristic of the music of Macedonia, Bulgaria and southern Serbia (5/16, 7/8, 9/8, 11/8, 13/8, 18/8 etc.).

    The compositions with musical notation featured in this book are mandatory musical literature for every accordion player. Some of these compositions, such as the traditional kolo songs, due to their great popularity, have been performed in countless versions, and here they are featured in arrangements considered by the author as the most interesting to those who follow this school. Sheet music is recorded with detailed ornamentation (ornaments are noted in small notes), complete fingering for piano accordion and noted harmony.

    This book can be used by beginners (with the prerequisite of having at least basic musical literacy), but also by musicians who already play and want to upgrade and refine their technique and knowledge.

  • Bizerka - Serbian circle dance

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    From the Sparkling Christmas Party: In the jam session in the second half, many musicians joined the Balkan Village Band, and who did not have instruments, danced - we all had great fun :-)

    10th December 2019, Borough Crypt

  • Serbia Street Music- Sırbistanda Sokak Müziği

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  • COMPLETE Bartók 44 Duos

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    [COMPLETE] Bartók 44 Duos (Nos.1-44) - Duo Volce (Chromatic Harmonica & Violin)

    Béla Bartók, Hungarian composer (1881-1945), 44 Duos were originally composed for Two Violins. We rearranged for Chromatic Harmonica & Violin, and recorded all 44 duos at home during the quarantine period from late March till late June 2020. Hope you enjoy our music, please comment, like and share/subscribe our YouTube Channel! Thank you!!

    00:00 No. 1 Matchmaking Song
    01:14 No. 2 Maypole Dance
    01:58 No. 3 Menuetto
    02:56 No. 4 Summer Solstice Song
    03:46 No. 5 Slovakian Song (1)
    04:46 No. 6 Hungarian Song (1)
    05:37 No. 7 Walachian Song
    06:30 No. 8 Slovakian Song (2)
    07:17 No. 9 Play Song
    07:56 No. 10 Ruthenian Song
    09:15 No. 11 Cradle Song
    10:42 No. 12 Hay-gathering Song
    11:43 No. 13 Wedding Song
    13:20 No. 14 Pillow Dance
    14:04 No. 15 Solders' Song
    15:14 No. 16 Burlesque
    16:09 No. 17 Hungarian March (1)
    16:55 No. 18 Hungarian March (2)
    17:35 No. 19 A Fairy Tale
    18:56 No. 20 Alternating Song
    20:27 No. 21 New Year's Greeting (1)
    22:40 No. 22 Mosquito Dance
    23:25 No. 23 Farewell to the Bride
    25:08 No. 24 Jeering Song
    25:55 No. 25 Hungarian Song (2)
    26:51 No. 26 Teasing Song
    27:23 No. 27 Limping Dance
    27:54 No. 28 Sorrow
    30:31 No. 29 New Year's Greeting (2)
    31:17 No. 30 New Year's Greeting (3)
    32:08 No. 31 New Year's Greeting (4)
    32:50 No. 32 Dance from Máramaros
    33:30 No. 33 Harvest Song
    35:10 No. 34 Enumerating Song
    36:10 No. 35 Ruthenian Kolomeika
    37:18 No. 36 Bagpipes
    38:21 No. 37 Prelude and Canon
    41:16 No. 38 Rumanian Whirling Dance
    42:01 No. 39 Serbian Dance
    42:56 No. 40 Walachian Dance
    43:40 No. 41 Scherzo
    44:36 No. 42 Arabian Song
    45:50 No. 43 Pizzicato
    46:47 No. 44 Transylvanian Dance

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  • Street musicians in Belgrade

    1:29

    Street musicians in Belgrade, Serbia, feb. 2014.

  • 20 Beautiful Female Classical Violinists

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    20. Esther Abrami: Paganini, Cantabile

    19. Alena Baeva: Bruch, Scottish Fantasy

    18. Lisa Batiashvili: Prokofiev, Violin Concerto No. 1, 1st Movement

    17. Nicola Benedetti: Korngold, Marietta's Song

    16. Sarah Chang: Paganini, Cantabile

    15. Julia Fischer: Mendelssohn, Violin Concerto, 1st Movement

    14. Hilary Hahn: Beethoven, Violin Concerto, 1st Cadenza

    13. Janine Jansen: Massenet, Méditation from Thaïs

    12. Clara-Jumi Kang: Brahms, Hungarian Dance No. 1

    11. YuEun Kim: Chopin, Nocturne in C# minor

    10. Eva León: Albéniz, Asturias (Leyenda)

    9. Anne-Sophie Mutter: Mozart Violin Concerto No. 5

    8. Vanessa-Mae Vanakorn Nicholson: Bach, Partitia in E

    7. Rusanda Panfili: Sarasate, Zigeunerweisen

    6. Alina Pogostkina: Debussy, Violin Sonata

    5. Mari Samuelsen: Piazzolla, Winter in Buenos Aires

    4. Zia Hyunsu Shin: Kreisler, Liebesfreud

    3. Arabella Steinbacher: Williams, The Lark Ascending

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  • Global Violin Sessions Serbia Week 3: Nemanjas Arrangement - An Introduction to the Kolo

    1:59

    Nemanja's here to explain how the Kolo works!

    Nemanja's Full Version:

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  • Balkan Street - Musica Plus

    1:54

  • Chrono - Excommunicated

    6:33

    Chrono - Excommunicated EP
    Remixes: Victor Norman / Andrologic
    Release date: 22nd January 2018

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    Release info:
    Submarine Vibes proudly presents its 50th release!
    For this very special occasion, we bring you brand new music from Serbian producer Chrono, with whom we had the pleasure of working in the past and would now like to welcome back to Submarine Vibes.
    EP includes two original tracks called Excommunicated and Balluta Bay, and two remixes by Swedish producer Victor Norman (Underyourskin Records, Amselcom) and Croatian producer Andrologic (Mistique Music).

    The release is characterized by an extraordinary mix of tech house sound, ethno motives and deep melodies accompanied by club grooves.

    Chrono is a Serbian DJ and producer hailing from Subotica. He is well-known for his groovy rhythms and basslines, as well as his collaborations with numerous musicians. We would like to mention his collaboration with Bobby Shepard, where combining violin and electronic music resulted in some very intricate and engaging tracks. It is also worth mentioning that Chrono released his music on such labels as: Great Stuff Recordings, Dimiz Music, The Purr and Balkan Connection.

    Victor Norman has once again proven his distinctive approach to music with this unique reinterpretation of Excommunicated. In the past, Norman has had the chance to collaborate with world-renowned producers like Dandar, Birds Of Mind and Ioanis.

    With his remix of Balluta Bay, Andrologic has taken us on a progressive ride we'll remember long after we reach its destination. The track is very characteristic of his style that brought him many accolades, as well as a collaboration with one of the best producers on the Balkans - Peter Dundov for the Mistique Music label.

    Support list:
    Paul Hazendonk, Alexey Union, PHCK, juStb, Darin Epsilon, Framewerk, Soul Button, Armen Miran, Maxi Degrassi, ShoSho, Deep Filip, Palliate, Savvas, August Artier, SchNee, Valer Den Bit, Milo Hafliger, Martin Kremser, Milan Pivalica, Fec, Steve Perry, Marymoon, Onur Diner, Dan Marciano, George X, D-Phrag, VieL, Miguel Garji, Chris Nord, Haris Laus, Buba, Borgie, Main Leaf, Bigasti, Stefan Lazarevic, Chris Zent, Qugas, Andrew Best, Nii Tei, Rob Zile…

    Chrono (The Purr, Great Stuff Recordings):



    Victor Norman (Underyourskin Records, Amselcom) :



    Andrologic (Mistique Music):



    Submarine Vibes:


  • Music of street in Beograd

    4:08

    Artisti di strada suonano in centro a Belgrado

  • Basque American Folk Music : Iruten har nuzu = I am making wool

    2:59

    Title: Iruten har nuzu = I am making wool, Contributor Names: Mrs. Francisco Etcheverry, Matias Etcheverry, and Antoinette Erro (performer)Cowell, Sidney Robertson (collector)Etcheverry -- Mrs. Francisco (performer)Etcheverry, Matias (performer)Erro, Antoinette (performer)Archive of Folk Culture (Library of Congress), Created / Published: 1940., Subject Headings: -Basques -- Spain -- Music-Basque Americans -- California -- Fresno -- Music-Songs, Basque -- California -- Fresno-Woolen and worsted spinning -- Songs and music, Notes: -Yellow song check-list notes: About spinning wool for thread for stockings.-Yellow song check-list notes: Last verse cut short.-Mrs. Francisco Etcheverry, Matias Etcheverry, and Antoinette Erro, unaccompanied vocals. (performers)-Recorded by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Fresno, California on September 11, 1940. (venue)-Reference copy available in the Library of Congress, Folklife Reading Room. (additional physical form)-In Basque. (language)-Forms part of a group of field materials documenting Mrs. Francisco Etcheverry, Matias Etcheverry, and Antoinette Erro performing Basque music from the Spanish Navarre on September 11, 1940, collected by Sidney Robertson Cowell in Fresno, California.-109M B2 Sidney Robertson Cowell (music publisher)Formsound recordingExtenton 1 band of 1 sound disc : analog, 78 rpm ; 12 in., Repository: DLC M/B/RS Online FormataudioAdditional Metadata FormatsMETSXML Record Photographs in our California collection by Dorothea Lange, 1930-39, California, Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Black-And-White Negatives. The videos on this channel feature uncensored historical documents, which may contain offensive material. Please see channel description for copyright statement pertaining to source works. This video is subject to copyright protection. ©2016

  • colluvio CHAMBER MUSIC Academy. Copland piano trio „Vitebsk“

    12:24

    colluvio CHAMBER MUSIC Academy
    Master Class for Chamber Music and International Concert Tour August 2018
    International tour: Ptuj – Gut Hornegg – Vienna – Feldafing – Villach – Opatija – Banja Luka – Novi Sad – Belgrade
    Master Class on manor „Gut Hornegg“, Preding, Styria, Austria
    Concert on 20.08.2018, 20:00, BELGRADE, Svečana sala Skupštine grada
    This recording has been broadcasted by the „Bavarian Broadcasting Cooperation“ and by the „Serbian Broadcasting Cooperation“.

    colluvio CHAMBER MUSIC Academy
    Majstorski kurs kamerne muzike sa međunarodnom turnejom 2018
    Međunarodna turneja: Ptuj – Gut Hornegg – Beč – Feldafing – Split – Banja Luka – Novi Sad – Belgrad
    Kurs na dobro „Gut Hornegg“, Preding, Štajerska, Austrija
    Koncert 20.08.2018., 20.00 časova, BEOGRAD, Svečana sala Skupštine grada
    Ovaj snimak su emitovali Bavarska Radiotelevizija i Radiotelevizija Srbije.

    colluvio CHAMBER MUSIC Academy
    Meisterkurs für Kammermusik mit internationaler Konzerttournee 2018
    Internationale Tournee: Ptuj – Gut Hornegg – Wien – Feldafing – Split – Banja Luka – Novi Sad – Belgrad
    Kurs auf Gut Hornegg, Preding, Steiermark, Österreich
    Tournee-Konzert am 20.08.2018, 20.00 Uhr, BELGRAD, Svečana sala Skupštine grada
    Diese Aufnahme wurde vom Bayerischen Rundfunk und vom Serbischen Rundfunk gesendet.



    Aaron Copland: Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello (1929) “Vitebsk. Study on a Jewish theme”

    Anastasia Galenina (22), piano – klavir – Klavier, Russia – Rusija – Rußland
    Hans Christian Aavik (20), violin – violina – Violine, Estonia – Estonija – Estland
    Pavle Rakočević (17), cello – violončelo – Violoncello, Serbia – Srbija – Serbien


    Teachers –predavači – Dozenten:

    Our highly experienced team consists of the renowned Professors:

    Yuri Kot, piano, Professor at the Music Academy of Kiev
    Olivera Milić-Hirscher, violin, Professor at the Special School for talented musicians in Ćuprija
    Meinhard Holler, cello Professor in Munich, founder of the colluvio Chamber Music Academy

    Guest critic
    Claus-Christian Schuster, piano, founder of the Altenberg Trio Vienna

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  • Eröffnungskonzert – Internationale Tage Jüdischer Musik

    2:1:56

    Berührend und voller emotionaler Intensität präsentierte zur Eröffnung der Internationalen Tage Jüdischer Musik 2020 das Else Ensemble Werke bekannter und weniger bekannter jüdischer Komponisten – eine wahre Entdeckungsreise. Rabbiner Yechiel Brukner und Publizist Dr. mult. Manfred Osten waren dazu im Gespräch zu erleben, das manch' interessanten Aspekt jüdischen Lebens in Deutschland beleuchten konnte. Oder wussten Sie, dass die Kölner Synagogengemeinde als einzige weltweit Papstbesuch hatte? In dieser Aufnahme des Konzerts erfahren Sie dies und noch viel mehr.


    Zum Programm:


    Ensemble Else
    Podiumsdiskussion zwischen Rabbi Yechiel Brukner und Dr. mult. Manfred Osten

    JOACHIM STUTSCHEWSKY: Legend
    SERGEI RACHMANINOFF: Zwei Stücke für Violoncello und Klavier op. 2
    Prelude
    Danse orientale
    PAUL BEN-HAIM (1897-1984): Three Songs Without Words
    FELIX MENDELSSOHN BARTHOLDY: Sonate D-Dur für Violoncello und Klavier op. 58
    Allegretto scherzando
    FELIX MENDELSSOHN BARTHOLDY: Sonate B-Dur für Violoncello und Klavier op. 45
    Andante
    ROSY WERTHEIM: Sonatine für Violoncello und Klavier
    Allegro appassionate
    Intermezzo
    Finale
    OLIVIER GREIF: Sonate für zwei Violoncello “The Battle of Agincourt”
    Shtil, di nacht is ojsgesternt
    Rondeau de la Belle Dame sans Merci
    DIMITRI SHOSTAKOWITSCH: Fünf Stücke für 2 Violinen und Klavier, Bearbeitung für 2 Violoncelli und Klavier
    Prelude

  • Multicultural Festival Canberra 2020 - Serbian Folklore Canberra

    1:24

    A compilation of dances from Leskovac performed by the Serbian Folklore Canberra.

  • The Violin Making Diaries , Episode 1

    22:36

    In this episode I'm talking about my personal model, rabbit skin glue vs. synthetic glue, finishing the neck and preparations before varnish application. There's also a section with Q&A covering oil vs. spirit varnish and at the end todays pro tip: prevent the E string from snapping. Like and share!

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    Being one of Norway's most prominent and acknowledged violinmakers, Jacob von der Lippe has been building instruments for musicians at home and abroad since 1998. Jacob's instruments are coming out of the tradition of the Italian masters. He trained at the Istituto Professionale Internazionale per l'Artigianato Liutario e del Legno 'A. Stradivari' in Cremona, Italy.

    Jacob von der Lippe's instruments have a sound focusing upon warmth, projection and richness in overtones. As the first Norwegian ever, Jacob was accepted as a member of the Entente Internationale des Luthiers et Archetiers.


  • DRINA-MARSCH - KURT HENKELS AND HIS ORCHESTRA

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  • Swing Orchestra in Lockdown! #StayHome & Lets Face the Music and Dance #WithUs ~ Down for the Count

    3:22

    Here's our #StayHome video, dedicated to the NHS staff and healthcare workers around the world who are working so hard to keep us safe at the moment. If you like it, please SUBSCRIBE to our channel for more content - and buy our Lockdown EP in support of the mental health charity MIND:



    We invite you to dress up to the nines and dance around your living room #WithUs to the sounds of DOWN FOR THE COUNT and THE CITY STRING ENSEMBLE - Let's Face the Music and Dance!

    #quarantineconcerts #QuarantineAndChill #StayAtHomeChallenge
    #stayhome #withus #songsofcomfort #StayHomeSaveLives #MusicForGood

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    Or check out the live dates page on our website!


    This video was recorded entirely at home in isolation by Down for the Count, The City String Ensemble and a few special guests. It's our version of Let's Face the Music and Dance (Irving Berlin), originally arranged for Nat 'King' Cole by Billy May. Our version has been transcribed and adapted by our musical director Mike Paul-Smith and the video was edited by Sophie Poteratchi. We suggest you watch it at least 3 times so you don't miss any of the best bits ;-)

    FEATURING:
    Conductor & Organ: Mike Paul-Smith
    Vocals: Callum Gillies
    Piano: Alex Howgego
    Drums: James Smith
    Upright Bass: Charlie Pyne
    Guitar: Sam Ainslie
    Timpani: Dae Hyun Lee
    Vibraphone: Jordan Murray
    Tambourine: Ellis Brockless
    Violin: Sophie Poteratchi
    Violin: Sophie Belinfante
    Violin: Rose Hinton
    Violin: Phoebe Snelling
    Viola: Jordan Sian
    Viola: Kasia Ziminska
    Cello: Lucy Andrews
    Cello: Amelia Forster
    Alto Saxophone: Luke Pinkstone
    Alto Saxophone: Katie Edwards
    Tenor Saxophone: Alex Western-King
    Tenor Saxophone: Dr. Cameron Kuronen-Stewart
    Baritone Saxophone: Jamie Hone
    Trumpet: Max Fagandini
    Trumpet: Simon Joyner
    Trumpet: Jeff Brown
    Trumpet: Luke Davies
    Trombones: Joe Fenning
    Bass Trombone: Simon Chorley
    Sousaphone: Cameron Barnett

    Additional instrument tracking: Luke Pinkstone, Max Fagandini, Luke Davies, Jordan Murray, Joe Fenning

    Quickstep dancer: Ellie Jones
    Office worker: Laura Gillies
    Chef: Verity Roberts
    Monopoly player: Hannah Castleman

    Mixing and Mastering: Mike Paul-Smith
    Video concept and editing: Sophie Poteratchi

  • Chrono - Balluta Bay

    7:50

    Chrono - Excommunicated EP
    Remixes: Victor Norman / Andrologic
    Release date: 22nd January 2018

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    Release info:
    Submarine Vibes proudly presents its 50th release!
    For this very special occasion, we bring you brand new music from Serbian producer Chrono, with whom we had the pleasure of working in the past and would now like to welcome back to Submarine Vibes.
    EP includes two original tracks called Excommunicated and Balluta Bay, and two remixes by Swedish producer Victor Norman (Underyourskin Records, Amselcom) and Croatian producer Andrologic (Mistique Music).

    The release is characterized by an extraordinary mix of tech house sound, ethno motives and deep melodies accompanied by club grooves.

    Chrono is a Serbian DJ and producer hailing from Subotica. He is well-known for his groovy rhythms and basslines, as well as his collaborations with numerous musicians. We would like to mention his collaboration with Bobby Shepard, where combining violin and electronic music resulted in some very intricate and engaging tracks. It is also worth mentioning that Chrono released his music on such labels as: Great Stuff Recordings, Dimiz Music, The Purr and Balkan Connection.

    Victor Norman has once again proven his distinctive approach to music with this unique reinterpretation of Excommunicated. In the past, Norman has had the chance to collaborate with world-renowned producers like Dandar, Birds Of Mind and Ioanis.

    With his remix of Balluta Bay, Andrologic has taken us on a progressive ride we'll remember long after we reach its destination. The track is very characteristic of his style that brought him many accolades, as well as a collaboration with one of the best producers on the Balkans - Peter Dundov for the Mistique Music label.

    Support list:
    Paul Hazendonk, Alexey Union, PHCK, juStb, Darin Epsilon, Framewerk, Soul Button, Armen Miran, Maxi Degrassi, ShoSho, Deep Filip, Palliate, Savvas, August Artier, SchNee, Valer Den Bit, Milo Hafliger, Martin Kremser, Milan Pivalica, Fec, Steve Perry, Marymoon, Onur Diner, Dan Marciano, George X, D-Phrag, VieL, Miguel Garji, Chris Nord, Haris Laus, Buba, Borgie, Main Leaf, Bigasti, Stefan Lazarevic, Chris Zent, Qugas, Andrew Best, Nii Tei, Rob Zile…

    Chrono (The Purr, Great Stuff Recordings):



    Victor Norman (Underyourskin Records, Amselcom) :



    Andrologic (Mistique Music):



    Submarine Vibes:


  • Yamaha Dx-7 Songs 2 prof.Miki

    8:23

    Only for Education and Entertainment;-)Yamaha Dx-7 Songs 2 prof.Miki Yamaha( Dx7 lead sounds+Roland cube 30x effects+Yamaha Aw-16g effects + Korg M-1 background sound) Song List 1.Amazing Grace-Negro Spiritual 2. Red River Rock-Johnny and Hurricanes 3.Child in time-Deep Purple 4.House of the rising Sun-Animals 5.Another one bites the dust-Queen 6.Say you,say me-Lionel Richie 7.Africa-Toto 8.Big in Japan-Alphaville 9.Wouldn't it bee good-Nik Kershaw 10.Lazy-Deep Purple 11.Every time you go away-Paul Young The Yamaha DX-7, a keyboard musical instrument using digital synthesis technology, was perhaps the most famous of the first wave of relatively inexpensive digital musical instruments introduced during the 1980s. It was popularized by such artists as Talking Heads, U2, The Cure, Elton John, Queen, and probably hundreds of others.

    Yamaha, a Japanese manufacturer, was already the world’s largest maker of musical instruments when, in the 1970s, it began working on a new line of electronic keyboard synthesizers. It purchased the rights to use the digital synthesis technique developed earlier by engineer John Chowning, and offered its first digital keyboard in 1979. Almost immediately the company began looking for ways to make the instrument less expensive, and in 1983 it introduced the DX-7.

    The basis of the DX-7 was so-called frequency modulation (FM) synthesis. Earlier synthesizers used electronic circuits called oscillators to form their basic tones. A series of oscillator tones were usually mixed together, and then passed through other circuits to modify their sound. The result was an enormously complicated circuit. In Chowning’s FM synthesizer (the term was borrowed from FM radio), the basic tone was still generated by an oscillator, although now the tone was the carrier. The carrier tone was then modified by other oscillator circuits, which Chowning called operators. The carrier and operator were not mixed together, but rather the operator controlled the frequency of the carrier. By controlling the frequency of an audible carrier with a fairly low frequency operator, the result was extremely rapid variations in the frequency of the carrier, which, at low frequencies, the brain hears as a wavering sound or “vibrato.” But, if the frequency is raised to a certain point, the effect of the operator is to modify the very nature of the carrier’s basic sound, or timbre. One of the easiest effects to achieve this way is to make the steady tone of a sine wave signal sound more like a bell. If additional operators are added, they interact with the carrier and with each other in very complex ways, and the timbre can be reshaped to imitate a range of instruments and other sounds. But controlling the frequency of the operator circuits becomes extremely difficult.

    It was in response to these difficulties that Yamaha designed the DX-7. In a DX-7 operator signals were created by digital circuits, which produce very regular oscillations but which are not prohibitively expensive to use. The DX-7 keyboard used a set of six operators and other circuits that could be combined in various ways using a bank of switches, to produce an enormous range of sounds. Setting up the keyboard for playing was called “programming,” reflecting the terminology of the computer.

    Apparently many DX-7 users found programming the device too difficult, and preferred instead to use the preset voices provided with the instrument. The credit for programming these voices goes to two individuals, David Bristow in the United Kingdom and Gary Leuenberger in the United States. The two developed a range of “voices”—imitation of bass guitars, brass instruments, bells, marimbas, the sound of a Fender Rhodes electric piano, and numerous special effects.

    For several years following its introduction, Yamaha sold an estimated 180,000 DX-7s. While it was eventually improved models (including some offered by competitors) it is remembered by thousands of musicians as their introduction to the world of digital synthesizers. Prof.Miki(1975)Serbian New Age Composer Equipment;-)Casio Cz-5000(1985)Phase Distortion Synthesizer
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  • Chrono - Balluta Bay

    7:02

    Chrono - Excommunicated EP
    Remixes: Victor Norman / Andrologic
    Release date: 22nd January 2018

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    Release info:
    Submarine Vibes proudly presents its 50th release!
    For this very special occasion, we bring you brand new music from Serbian producer Chrono, with whom we had the pleasure of working in the past and would now like to welcome back to Submarine Vibes.
    EP includes two original tracks called Excommunicated and Balluta Bay, and two remixes by Swedish producer Victor Norman (Underyourskin Records, Amselcom) and Croatian producer Andrologic (Mistique Music).

    The release is characterized by an extraordinary mix of tech house sound, ethno motives and deep melodies accompanied by club grooves.

    Chrono is a Serbian DJ and producer hailing from Subotica. He is well-known for his groovy rhythms and basslines, as well as his collaborations with numerous musicians. We would like to mention his collaboration with Bobby Shepard, where combining violin and electronic music resulted in some very intricate and engaging tracks. It is also worth mentioning that Chrono released his music on such labels as: Great Stuff Recordings, Dimiz Music, The Purr and Balkan Connection.

    Victor Norman has once again proven his distinctive approach to music with this unique reinterpretation of Excommunicated. In the past, Norman has had the chance to collaborate with world-renowned producers like Dandar, Birds Of Mind and Ioanis.

    With his remix of Balluta Bay, Andrologic has taken us on a progressive ride we'll remember long after we reach its destination. The track is very characteristic of his style that brought him many accolades, as well as a collaboration with one of the best producers on the Balkans - Peter Dundov for the Mistique Music label.

    Support list:
    Paul Hazendonk, Alexey Union, PHCK, juStb, Darin Epsilon, Framewerk, Soul Button, Armen Miran, Maxi Degrassi, ShoSho, Deep Filip, Palliate, Savvas, August Artier, SchNee, Valer Den Bit, Milo Hafliger, Martin Kremser, Milan Pivalica, Fec, Steve Perry, Marymoon, Onur Diner, Dan Marciano, George X, D-Phrag, VieL, Miguel Garji, Chris Nord, Haris Laus, Buba, Borgie, Main Leaf, Bigasti, Stefan Lazarevic, Chris Zent, Qugas, Andrew Best, Nii Tei, Rob Zile…

    Chrono (The Purr, Great Stuff Recordings):



    Victor Norman (Underyourskin Records, Amselcom) :



    Andrologic (Mistique Music):



    Submarine Vibes:


  • Chrono - Excommunicated

    6:55

    Chrono - Excommunicated EP
    Remixes: Victor Norman / Andrologic
    Release date: 22nd January 2018

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    Release info:
    Submarine Vibes proudly presents its 50th release!
    For this very special occasion, we bring you brand new music from Serbian producer Chrono, with whom we had the pleasure of working in the past and would now like to welcome back to Submarine Vibes.
    EP includes two original tracks called Excommunicated and Balluta Bay, and two remixes by Swedish producer Victor Norman (Underyourskin Records, Amselcom) and Croatian producer Andrologic (Mistique Music).

    The release is characterized by an extraordinary mix of tech house sound, ethno motives and deep melodies accompanied by club grooves.

    Chrono is a Serbian DJ and producer hailing from Subotica. He is well-known for his groovy rhythms and basslines, as well as his collaborations with numerous musicians. We would like to mention his collaboration with Bobby Shepard, where combining violin and electronic music resulted in some very intricate and engaging tracks. It is also worth mentioning that Chrono released his music on such labels as: Great Stuff Recordings, Dimiz Music, The Purr and Balkan Connection.

    Victor Norman has once again proven his distinctive approach to music with this unique reinterpretation of Excommunicated. In the past, Norman has had the chance to collaborate with world-renowned producers like Dandar, Birds Of Mind and Ioanis.

    With his remix of Balluta Bay, Andrologic has taken us on a progressive ride we'll remember long after we reach its destination. The track is very characteristic of his style that brought him many accolades, as well as a collaboration with one of the best producers on the Balkans - Peter Dundov for the Mistique Music label.

    Support list:
    Paul Hazendonk, Alexey Union, PHCK, juStb, Darin Epsilon, Framewerk, Soul Button, Armen Miran, Maxi Degrassi, ShoSho, Deep Filip, Palliate, Savvas, August Artier, SchNee, Valer Den Bit, Milo Hafliger, Martin Kremser, Milan Pivalica, Fec, Steve Perry, Marymoon, Onur Diner, Dan Marciano, George X, D-Phrag, VieL, Miguel Garji, Chris Nord, Haris Laus, Buba, Borgie, Main Leaf, Bigasti, Stefan Lazarevic, Chris Zent, Qugas, Andrew Best, Nii Tei, Rob Zile…

    Chrono (The Purr, Great Stuff Recordings):



    Victor Norman (Underyourskin Records, Amselcom) :



    Andrologic (Mistique Music):



    Submarine Vibes:


  • Double Bass: Thought on Standing or Sitting with the Double Bass - Paul Sharpe

    6:14

  • Break of Reality in Turkmenistan

    2:01

    Break of Reality was a participant in the American Music Abroad program, a U.S. Department of State initiative administered by American Voices. The program sends artists abroad to serve as musical ambassadors, reaching beyond concert halls to interact with other musicians and citizens around the globe through master classes, workshops, and collaborations with local artists. Visit for more info.

  • 2 DA BEAT Episode 50 -- violin | verve | vaudeville

    49:36

    2 DA BEAT is a violin duo that celebrates the magnetic power of music to unite people from diverse backgrounds. Brothers Dacha & Sava Thurber invite you to enjoy 2 DA BEAT's cross-cultural dazzle every Tuesday and Saturday at 7pm ET. Their LIVE* show combines classical and contemporary duets with brain-teasers, dry humor, audience participation, and the errant viola or guitar.

    * This episode was originally broadcast live on 6.13.2020.
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  • MOST CHERISHED CHURCH MUSIC

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    video || TOP WEDDING QUARTET MANILA PHILIPPINES SHARES MEDLEY OF FAVORITE POPULAR CHURCH MUSIC || WEDDING MUSICIANS PHILIPPINES PERFORMS WORLD CLASS MUSIC

  • District 97-I Cant Take You With Me

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    Our full-length release Hybrid Child is available now !

    Our site:
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    Download our full live set from CalProg at Pay what you want for it, all donations go to our next recording project, and entitle you to some pretty cool gifts from us too!

    This is District 97's video for the single edit version of I Can't Take You With Me. The full-length version isavailable on our debut album Hybrid Child, released worldwide on September 14th, 2010 by Laser's Edge Records. Check for more details and email district_97@yahoo.com to join the mailing list or for booking info. Download free, exclusive music at

    Filmed at the Serbian Cultural Center in Chicago by The Allan Film Company (

    Bio: District 97 is the only Progressive Rock band in the world to feature an American Idol finalist and a Chicago Symphony Orchestra virtuoso cellist.

    The band was formed in the Fall of 2006 by drummer Jonathan Schang, keyboardist Rob Clearfield, bassist Patrick Mulcahy and guitarist Sam Krahn. The foursome from Chicago honed a no-holds barred style of Liquid Tension Experiment inspired Instrumental Rock before deciding the right vocalist was needed to complement their sound; enter 2007 American Idol Top 10 Female Finalist, Leslie Hunt. With a look, sound and stage presence comparable to a young Ann Wilson from Heart, Leslie's dynamic performances pushed the band into a new direction that forged a unique marriage between accessible, catchy vocal melodies and an adventurous instrumental prowess.
    After attending a show and being highly impressed, Katinka Kleijn, cellist extraordinaire from the world-renowned Chicago Symphony Orchestra, joined the band. She was followed shortly thereafter by one of Chicago's finest young guitarists, Jim Tashjian. With this new lineup of peerless musicianship in place, District 97 began wowing crowds and establishing a devoted fanbase through packed shows at legendary Chicago venues such as House of Blues, Schubas and Martyrs'.

    In May 2010, the band signed with Laser's Edge Records, the foremost home of new Progressive music. Laser's Edge will oversee a worldwide physical and digital release of District 97's debut effort, Hybrid Child, in September 2010,. Recorded with two of Chicago's best engineers, Manny Sanchez and Chris Harden (Billy Corgan, Fall Out Boy, Umphrey's McGee etc.), the album balances a meticulous attention to detail and studio-craft with the visceral power of a rock band that is firing on all cylinders. Running the gamut from Meshuggah-inspired metal, the epic majesty of Yes, and the melodicism of the Beatles, Hybrid Child unveils District 97 as a true force to be reckoned with, and one that is poised to take the music world by storm. With fans ranging from high school students to world-class musicians, this process is clearly well underway.

  • Music Industry Hacking - How To Promote Music - The Best Free Tools 2020

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    How to promote your music, how to promote your tracks, and how to find the best free music promo tools on the internet. Music Industry Hacking with Plastician.

    Into our second week of live industry streams, off the back of producing a song from scratch on twitch - we delve into promoting music online. Want to get your music on spotify playlists? Ever wondered to yourself how does the spotify algorithm work? We discuss ways and means to help your music get into playlists, websites which help you submit to spotify playlists and more - all for free! Inside tips on hacking the industry, hacking spotify playlists, cheat codes and more nuggets to help get your music heard - all legally of course!

    Join Plastician on Twitch every Tuesday night at 7pm GMT (UK Time)

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    #MusicPromo #FreeMusicPromo #MusicIndustryHacking

  • JOVANA Djordjevic - House Music mix COVER LIVE

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    * Vokal: Jovana Djordjevic
    (prateci vokal za sve zanrove)
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    1. Lead Vocal (pop-rock)
    2. Background vocal (for all genres)
    3. Vocal for radio and TV commercials
    4. E-back vocal

    For 7 years, Jovana has been performing on mic and on stage.
    Her professional style and voice, combined with professional studio and crew,
    is certain to ensure your project is a success.

    Her voice has been used on projects for TV and Radio commercials in Serbia.
    Also, Jovana has many years of working with music bands.

    Singer, Studio Singer, Vocalist, Background Vocalist, Chorus Member, Jingle Singer.

    Sings solo or with other singers/musicians in a recording studio or live performance.

    Jovana's studio features the latest professional sound recording equipment and technology.
    Jovana will deliver audio files in a variety of formats: MP3, AIFF, WAV.

    Jovana Djordjevic - House music

  • MORE THAN EVER - Lockdown Collaboration

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    Guitar part written and performed by Richard Burrell , Vocals and lyrics written and performed by Martin Newnham, Cellos performed and Orchestra parts written by Wayne Urquhart, Keyboard part written and performed by Michael Horner, Violins and Violas performed by Marsha Skinns, Drums & Bass parts written and performed by Vesa Haapanen, Mixing and Mastering by James Towler


    The only good thing about this crazy situation has been the opportunity to work with some of my super talented friends on various online projects. I know a lot of this stuff has rolled out lately, so here is one more.
    Our lockdown project with music and video squares.

    This one started as a cancelled jam session with Richard Burrell. I had the pleasure to play some jazz shows with him last year and we immediately got on great musically and personally. When he plays Joni Mitchell, even Joni digs it! We decided to try to write something instead, and he asked me to send some drums over in 6/8. I did, and d few days later I received this gorgeous guitar part and decided to record my drum part again a bit tighter with his part and the dynamics.

    I sent out parts to Michael Horner (a super talented pianist and a future band leader in the making), in the hope that he would agree to play some keys on it. He is another great musical and personal connection I had made during these jazz shows. He does also chart stuff out in light speed we found out.

    I also sent it to my buddy Martin Newnham who I have worked with for over 20y, including few thousand shows. We have been through a lot together, highs and lows. Working with Martin is always a pleasure, super dude on and off the stage. He has been absolutely on fire with our other projects lately and I knew he was just going to smash it. The very next day I received both the vocal and the keys part and was floored again.

    Sunk those files in to the project with a grin on my face and thought, some cello would sound nice on this.
    I messaged my “Pest buddy Wayne Urquhart who I have been fortunate to work with for over 15y now and asked if he could play some cello.
    We have toured together extensively and shared endless amounts of stages, hotel rooms, busses, taxis, trains and aeroplanes. He actually got me the Pest audition after we got stuck in a recording room for a few hours, serious jamming due to a digital desk which had gone down. Man has worked with everyone, from Gorillaz, Damon Albarn, Kosheen, Jocelyn Brown, Ms. Dynamite, etc.
    He said, sure, I will do something.

    Few days later he contacted me and told me he had written a full orchestration to the song. Floored again, and then once more when I received the recorded version of the string parts with Marsha Skinns playing the Viola and Violin parts. She has worked with Sting, lulu, natalie cole etc, so we are very lucky to have her. I knew these guys were good, but this was brilliant. Somewhere around this time I did my bass debut. I just felt it needed some really simple (enter me) bass parts to tie it together.

    So out of nowhere this fantastic piece of music with a very strong and current lyrical message had materialised. I contacted my sound Guru James Towler, as this deserved some steady hands in the mix. I was thinking, he will be way too busy to be part of any collaboration, but the beautiful man he is, he said yes, and once again I was on the floor punching the air. I am so lucky to know and have the opportunity to work with this double Grammy nominated guy, who has won the sound engineer of the year, worked with, Steve Windwood, Eric Clapton, Santana, Rod Stewart to name but a few. It might be easier to list what he hasn’t done.
    Every time he says something, I learn something.

    This must have been the easiest production ever. Sometimes producing involves a lot of editing, waiting, fixing, sound-design, personnel politics, hard work etc. This time I sat on my arse and chatted with my mates and sent and received files with a smile on my face. It is worth mentioning that most of these guys have never even met each other, so the experience for them must have been even more interesting in a way. Every one was writing and recording this together.
    Thank you to everyone for bringing your A-game!

    We have all enjoyed this project very much and we hope it brings some joy to the world.
    We would like to dedicate this song as a group to those people risking their lives everyday for us!
    Thank you: Doctors, nurses, ambulance drivers (who I’ve had the pleasure and honour to meet few), police, cleaners, shop workers, everyone at the front line of this crisis, you truly are heroes.

    Personally I would like to dedicate this to my loved ones, who I have to stay away from for an unspecified time, without knowing if I will ever see them again.
    I love you and I miss you!

    Vesa

  • The Greek Wedding Band - Wedding in London

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    For more information, please email greekweddingband@fixthemusic.com or visit our profile on FixTheMusic – a free platform for booking outstanding professional musicians:

    About The Greek Wedding Band – professional Greek wedding band based in London

    The mix of Greek music, both traditional and modern, together with as much non-Greek music (English) as you wish, has contributed to the rapid success of the band.

    The English songs covered include both up to date material as well as classic songs from the 70’s, 80’s and 90's.

    So if you're looking to hire the finest Greek wedding band UK has to offer, get in touch with us!

    There are also some very old favourites originally covered by Frank Sinatra, Nat King Cole etc included in the repertoire.

    Please feel free to request a list of the songs performed. The violin is used extensively for all traditional dances, eg. “the pinning of money on the bride and groom”, the “koumbarous and koumeres” dances and other traditional dances.

    Due to years of experience performing at weddings, the band are more than happy to guide and advise you on the traditional aspects, form and customs of a typical Greek Cypriot wedding.

    The amount of Greek and English music performed at each function is always at the discretion of the client.

    The band will always lead the way on what music is played on the night based on their experience, but ultimately the client will always have the last word on this matter.

    After all The Greek Wedding Band are there to ensure the evening is a success, and will always ensure a top performance.

    Meet the band

    Andy​​ - Vocals​

    Andy has years of experience in the Greek music scene and with his engaging personality always ensures the couple and their guests have a great evening. Andy also contributes as a percussionist.

    Penny - Vocals​

    ​Penny initially started her career in music with The Greek Wedding Band as a very young girl! after graduating from The BRIT School, where Adele, Jessie J and Amy Winehouse also attended.

    Penny has matured into a fantastic vocalist covering both Greek and English songs. Penny also meets with the couples to discuss all the wedding details in advance.

    George​ - Violinist & Keyboards​

    George is one of the founding members of The Greek Wedding Band and has many years experience both within Greek music and outside of it.

    George also performs at the houses on the morning of the wedding for the traditional Stolisma playing and singing traditional Cypriot songs with the violin.

    Nick - Bouzouki​

    Nick is also one of the founding members. His bouzouki playing inspires the whole band and ensures all who love Greek music are up on their feet (and on tables) dancing.

    ​Peter - Drums

    Peter provides the final jigsaw to complete The Greek Wedding Band band sound. His energy and passion to perform to the highest standards sets the tone.

    The best band ever! You guys honestly made our wedding day soo special. The dance floor was literally full the whole way through! It really was a crazy Greek wedding! Incredible music and great musicians. Me and Bianca are very very grateful. Thank you soo much for an amazing night. No need to look for another band if you have already found The Greek Wedding Band!!!!!!!
    – George Kesta, 14 December 2019, wedding in London

    You guys are just amazing. Thank you for making our wedding so amazing xx
    – Sophie-Nicola Kakouris, 20 November 2019, wedding in London

    Penny and the band were brilliant at our wedding, everyone was commenting on how good they were. Penny was so helpful before the wedding and on the day. We were particularly grateful for all the English songs they learned for us for our Greek/English wedding, we had the best day thanks to the band!
    – Susie Dunnett, 4 October 2019, wedding in London

    Absolutely incredible! We were blown away by how amazing The Greek Wedding Band band were on our special day! From start to finish, they kept the dance floor alive and energetic! They all kept us at ease and made us feel comfortable throughout the day and we couldn't have asked for a better band! The atmosphere was crazy good and it was all down to them! They also brought the two sides together with a dance off which was so much fun! Thank you so much and we would definitely recommend The Greek Wedding Band to anyone! X x x
    – Elle Naerger, 9 September 2019, wedding in London

    Thank you very much to you all. You were all amazing Andy, Tsangaris, Penny and George and the rest of the band for making my husband and myself wedding beautiful.... xxxxx love you guys.
    – Stella Costi, 5 June 2019, wedding in London

  • Dancing kolo at St.Sava Serbian fest Broadview hts. OH.

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    Serbian traditional kolo dance at Serbian fest with some unique dancers involved, look at mark 3:35min and forward, very well performance by our musicians Boris Batula and Vuk Jon, recorded at St.Sava orthodox church playground Aug-25-2013, Broadview hts. OH.

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  • 3Versatile - Club Medley Cover - Hello/On The Floor/Mr Saxobeat/What Is Love/We No Speak Americano

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    A Club Medley by 3 Versatile, a local Toronto band consisting of 3 musicians who play multiple instruments and almost every genre. They take traditional instruments and adapt their sound to a much more modern audience-allowing them to be very unique and...Versatile!

    Track List- Martin Solveig and Dragonette - Hello
    Jennifer Lopez feat. Pitbull - On the Floor
    Alexandra Stan - Mr Saxobeat
    Haddaway - What is Love
    Yolanda Be Cool - We No Speak Americano








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