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  • Fanfare Ciocarlia: NPR Music Tiny Desk Concert

    16:29

    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

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  • Bandakadabra - Cocek

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    Video estratto dalla session di registrazione di ENTOMOLOGY, il primo disco live della Brass Band BANDAKADABRA, nel quale eseguono Cocek, brano di musica Balcanica
    Registrato e missato nell'ottobre 2014 da Fabio Barovero presso gli studi VERO SOUND.
    Produzione: Felmay Records
    Arrangiamenti GIULIO PIOLA

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    Video excerpt from the recording session of ENTOMOLOGY, the first live album of Bandakadabra, which run Cocek, piece of Balkan music
    Recorded and mixed in October 2014 by Fabio Barovero at the studios TRUE SOUND.
    Production: Felmay Records
    Arrangements GIULIO PIOLA
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  • Goran Bregovic with orchestra Serbia 2007

    1:23:55

  • Goran Bregovic - Bella Ciao, Kalashnjikov, The Belly Buton of the World - LIVE HD

    20:41

    Goran Bregovic - Bella ciao, Kalashnjikov, The belly buton of the world - Jazz à Vienne 2013
    Produced by Zycopolis Productions
    Directed by : Patrick Savey
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    Musicians :
    Goran Bregovic
    Muharem Redzepi
    Daniela Radkova-Trajkova
    Ludmila Radkova-Trajkova
    Igor Marinkovic
    Nenad Cica
    Sinisa Dutina
    Dusan Ljubinkovic
    Dejan Pesic
    Vladimir Rumenic
    Slotan Dimov
    Bokan Stankovic
    Dalibor Lukic
    Aleksandar Rajkovic
    Milos Mihajlovic
    Ivana Matejic
    Bojana Jovanovic
    Sasa Mirkovic
    Tatjana Mirkovic

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  • Michael Jackson - Liberian Girl

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    “Liberian Girl” by Michael Jackson
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    “Liberian Girl” is the eighth of nine short films for the “Bad” album and features three dozen actors, musicians and celebrities in a humorous “behind-the-scenes” look at the set of a Michael Jackson short film as everyone awaits Michael’s arrival. At the short film’s conclusion, when everyone converges on the set, it is revealed that Michael was actually there the whole time, as he descends from a camera crane laughing and says, “Okay everyone, that’s a wrap!”Director Jim Yukich called shooting the short film “incredible” in a 2011 interview, remembering Michael as “a pleasant person and a nice guy.”

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    Chorus:
    Liberian girl
    You know that you came
    And you changed my world
    Just like in the movies
    With two lovers in a scene
    And she says
    Do you love me
    And he says so endlessly
    I love you, Liberian girl

    #MichaelJackson #LiberianGirl #Bad

  • My top 10 favorite waltz

    52:06

    My top 10 favorite waltz part2 -
    Download these waltz here -

    1.Dmitri Shostakovich - Waltz No 2 - 0:0
    2.Johann Strauss II - Voices of Spring Waltz-3:41
    3.Johann Strauss II The Blue Danube -9:14
    4.My Sweet and Tender Beast - Waltz by Eugen Doga-18:54
    5.Eugen Doga Gramafon -22:24
    6.Nino Rota - Waltz (BSO -El Padrino-) -27:22
    7.Tchaikovsky - Waltz of the Flowers 31:05
    8.Johann Strauss II - Vienna Blood Waltz 38:35
    9.Frederic Chopin waltz op.64 no 2 -45:42
    10.Frederic Chopin: Waltz in A minor (Op. Posth.)- 50:10
    More music

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  • Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Christmas Canon

    3:30

    Official music video for Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Christmas Canon from 'The Christmas Attic' (1998). Christmas Canon is set to the tune of Pachelbel's Canon in D.
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    Welcome to the official YouTube channel of Trans-Siberian Orchestra. Here you’ll find official music videos and official audio videos for holiday hits such as “Christmas Eve/Sarajevo 12/24”, “Christmas Canon”, “Wizards In Winter”, “A Mad Russian’s Christmas”, as well as The Christmas Trilogy: ‘Christmas Eve and Other Stories’, ‘The Christmas Attic’, and ‘The Lost Christmas Eve’.

    Subscribe now to stay current with TSO announcements and tour dates, and while you’re here, check out our official music videos, full album videos, playlists, live performances, and more.

    About TSO: Paul O'Neill founded Trans-Siberian Orchestra with the vision to create a progressive rock band that would push boundaries further than any group before. With more than 10 million albums sold and having played live to over 15 million people, TSO has inspired generations of fans to rediscover the multi-dimensional art form of the rock opera and has become one of the world's top touring acts in the process. Find a show near you below and come experience TSO LIVE.

  • With amazing serbian musicians

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

  • CBS: Pop Rock and Funk Records from Yugoslavia

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    All music rights belong to their rightful owners. Please support the musicians and buy their music.

    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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    Turntables I use:
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  • Street musicians of Serbia

    3:05

    Street music of perfect country in pursuance of excellent people

  • Online Competition-Belgrade, Serbia

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    WWW.MUSICCOMPETITION.EU
    International Music Competition - Belgrade, Serbia 2017

    Our site is infinite space which gives the opportunity for pupils, students and musicians to compete without limitation of age directly via the Internet.

    In the competition since its inception in 2010, competed more than 6800 participants from 46 countries, 400 cities and from more than 850 musical institutions.

    To view all the competitive video performances from 2010 - 2017, you will spend 1 month, 4 days, 7 hours, 27 minutes.

    The total number of views of competitive performances from 2010 year exceeded 7 million!

  • Amadeus Electric Quartet - Carmen

    3:20

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    International booking : booking@amadeusmusic.ro / Contact trupa si cvartet Amadeus pentru concerte publice, evenimente corporate, private sau nunti : amadeus@amadeusmusic.ro / +40773302673

    Amadeus - all Female Quartet :
    Andreea Runceanu - 1st violin ;
    Bianca Gavrilescu - 2nd violin ;
    Patricia Cimpoiasu - cello ;
    Naomi Anelis - piano.

    We want to thank all of the members of our great team :
    Musical director : Xenti Runceanu ;
    Video / Lights / Video Edit : OnScreen ;
    Choreography : Andreea Meiros
    Hairstyle : Salon Fason by Cristina Grama ;
    Makeup : Ema Uta ;
    Accessories : Crystal Fashion ;
    Styling : Patricia Cello ;
    Special Effects : Best Event ;
    Photography : Robert Marooni ;
    Project & Tour Management : Marius Beju.
    Thank you for your support : Biavati Events Bucharest, Ingenium Media and Cristina Ionescu.

    Booking:
    booking@amadeusmusic.ro

    Contact trupa si cvartet Amadeus pentru concerte publice, evenimente private, corporate sau nunti : amadeus@amadeusmusic.ro / +40773302673

  • Pedalboards of Serbia - Mladen Trkulja

    16:12

    Pedalboards of Serbia is concept of videos where we want to introduce you with various talented musicians from Serbia and Balkan.
    Some of them are the legends and some of them are rising stars.
    The point is to represent their music, gear and have fun together.
    Our first guest is Mladen Trkulja - The man with fantastic sense of humor and creative musical mind.

    Check out his band :



    Links to Mladen Trkulja Gear:

    • King Tone - Octaland


    • PRS Paul Reed Smith custom 22


    • PRS dragon treble pickup


    • Tomisic Handmade Pickup with 4pins


    • Submarine pickup


    • Drumpads on PRS
    Custom made using slab rubber and cheapest piezzo :)

    • Dr.z maz 38 nr


    • OX amp top box


    • Pedalrail pedaboard XL80 (high-end stuff)


    • GigRig G2 switcher


    • Strymon Timeline Delay


    • Strymon BigSKY reverb


    • Electro Harmonix POG 2


    • Xts Winford Drive


    • J. Rockett Archer IKON


    • Chase Bliss Audio - MOOD


    • Neo Instruments Ventilator II


    • Lehle P-Split II


    • Markbass Super Synth Bass Pedal


    • Mooer Radar Guitar Speaker CAB Simulator


    • Ibanez BE10 Bass Graphic Equalizer
    No longer made

    • Boss rc-50 looper station


    • TC Electronic Polytune tuner


    • Electro Harmonix Single Expression Pedal


    • Two custom splitter made by OlyMusic


    • BOSS Slicer SL-20


    Mastermind behind everything at Pedals Fusion:
    Stevan Miljkovic

    Guitar straps : STEYNER STRAPS


    Cables: BULLET CABLE


    Power Supply : YANKEE


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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

  • 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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    Whether you are an educator, artist, archivist, student or music enthusiast.
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  • 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.

  • Street musicians in Belgrade

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    Street musicians in Belgrade, Serbia, feb. 2014.

  • Bizerka - Serbian circle dance

    1:18

    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

  • 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.

    Management:

    orquestradeermesinde@gmail.com (0034) 655 844 880

  • 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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  • Street Music on Knez Mihajlova Street, Belgrade, Serbia

    1:43

  • Amaizing Serbian street violinist plays Vivaldi

    2:14

    Amaizing Serbian violinist in Belgrade's central street.Playing Vivaldi's music.

  • Serbia Street Music- Sırbistanda Sokak Müziği

    2:49

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  • From us, for you: Beethoven Symphony No. 9

    4:00

    From us, for you.

    We’re adjusting to a new reality and we’ll have to find solutions in order to support each other. Creative forces help us, let’s think outside of the box and use innovation to keep our connection and make it work, together. Because if we do it together, we’ll succeed.



    In collaboration with Senior Service.

  • Ederlezi song in Knez Mihailova Street, Belgrade, Yugoslavia Улица Кнез Михаилова

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    Knez Mihailova Street or Prince Michael Street, properly Kneza Mihaila (Serbian: Улица Кнез Михаилова (Улица Кнеза Михаила), Ulica Knez Mihailova, (Ulica Kneza Mihaila)) is the main pedestrian and shopping zone in Belgrade, and is protected by law as one of the oldest and most valuable landmarks of the city. Named after Mihailo Obrenović III, Prince of Serbia, it features a number of buildings and mansions built during the late 1870s.

    One kilometer long Knez Mihailova Street was in 1979 included on the list of Spatial Cultural-Historical Units of Great Importance, and as such is protected by the Republic of Serbia. The street follows the central grid layout of the Roman city of Singidunum, as one of the main access roads to the city corresponds to the modern street today.[1] When digging for the future Rajićeva shopping mall began in 2004, remains of the antique and late antique layers were discovered, so as the remains of the southwest rampart route and double trench in the direction of Kralja Petra Street. The trench from the 3rd century was buried and full of coins, lamps, ceramics and jars. Next to this locality, at the corner of Knez Mihailova and Kralja Petra, an area paved with the cobblestone dating from the 2nd century was discovered. It was a public space, located right before the entrance into the fortress. During almost every construction in Knez Mihailova and the neighboring streets where digging is involved, remains are being discovered. In 2008 in Čika Ljubina Street remains of the house from the 4th century was discovered, which included the part of the floor and doorstep of the main entry door. Part of the walls was decorated with frescoes. Similar findings are discovered in Kosančićev Venac and Tadeuša Košćuškog. Remnants of the Roman castrum from the 2nd century were discovered beneath Tadeuša Košćuškog during the reconstruction in June 2009. They were conserved and reburied. In Cincar Jankova Street, five graves from the late 1st century were discovered so as the three canals. Archaeologists expected to find a southeastern route of the castrum ramparts, but due to the mass wasting in the area and the leveling of the terrain, the route was destroyed in time.[2]

    During Ottoman occupation, in the first half of the 16th century, the Ottomans repaired the old Roman aqueduct and built a new one along the street with drinking fountains, as the neighborhoods could not develop without the water. They also built gardens and five mosques with adjoining mahalas. When Austrians occupied Belgrade in 1717 they demolished the old houses and mosques and built new buildings.[1]

    In the middle of the 19th century, the upper part of the street bordered the garden of Knez Aleksandar Karađorđević. After the implementation of the 1867 city of Belgrade regulation plan by Emilijan Josimović, the street soon gained its current look and architecture. Josimović’s plan marked the beginning of the city’s broader metamorphosis from oriental to the western urbanism.[1] Prior to Josimović, only a short part of what is today Knez Mihailova, called ″Delijska street″, actually existed as a street. Works on construction of the new street began in spring of 1869.[3] Josimović's plan successfully transformed the existing incomplete trail into the proper street which directly connected downtown Belgrade with the fortress.[4]

    Houses were built there by the most influential and wealthiest families of the Serbian society, most of them merchants. In 1870, two years after the assassination of Prince Mihailo Obrenović, the city authorities officially named the street - Ulica Kneza Mihaila (Prince Michael Street) instead of ″Delijska″.[1] In the early 20th century, a wealthy merchant Vlada Mitić opened the first department store in Belgrade at No. 41. It was the first building specifically projected to be a large, modern store. Mitić implemented the novelties like the delay in payment and modernized advertising of the goods.

  • Street musicians in Belgrade

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  • Trio Sefardi -- Sviraj Harmoniku

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    We are honored to be able to include the first recording of Flory Jagoda’s song on this CD. Sung in the Bosnian language (formerly known as Serbo-Croatian), the lyrics tell of the teenage Flory’s feelings when fleeing Zagreb in the summer of 1941, shortly after the Nazi occupation of Yugoslavia. She and her parents were living in Zagreb where her father, Michael Kabilio, owned a tie-making business. When it became clear that flight was the only option for survival, her father arranged for Flory to travel on false papers to Split, where she would be met by friends of the family, the Finzis.

    She traveled alone (her parents were able to follow some days later), without the yellow star that the Nazis had mandated for Jews, and her father put her on a train to Split with the following injunction: “Play your harmoniku” (Bosnian for accordion) “but don’t speak; just play your accordion.” Flory (“this little girl with her harmoniku”) did just that, and soon people were singing along (no Ladino songs, of course). Even the conductor came in and sang, forgetting in his enjoyment to ask Flory for her ticket. Michael and Flory’s mother, Rosa, arrived in Split a few days later. After living there briefly they were moved to the island of Korçula, and later the fled to Bari, Italy, occupied by the Allies by 1944. This melody, which came to Flory during the journey, lay dormant for many decades, but she wrote it down around 2010 and taught it to Susan and Howard. 
    Susan Gaeta, vocals, guitar; Howard Bass, guitar; Paul Oorts, accordion

    ENGLISH
    My father tells me
    Don’t speak,
    Just play your accordion,
    Play your accordion and sing your songs.

    I don’t know why I’m running.
    What have I done?
    I just play the accordion,
    Play the accordion and sing songs.

    Why am I running away?
    WHat have I done?
    I just play the accordion,
    Playing the accordion and shedding tears.

    My dear mother
    Is left alone,
    And I’m playing the accordion,
    Playing the accordion and shedding tears.

  • Bruce Soord and Jonas Renkse discuss Wisdom of Crowds

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    For more info visit the album mini-site at:
    Order the album at:

    WISDOM OF CROWDS is from an exciting new project featuring Bruce Soord from The Pineapple Thief with Jonas Renkse from Katatonia.

    Bruce and Jonas take 'Wisdom of Crowds' on tour through Europe in December, catch them at these dates;

    Dec 03 Le Batofar, Paris, France
    Dec 04 Drucklufthaus, Oberhausen, Germany
    Dec 05 Jubez, Karlsruhe, Germany
    Dec 06 De Boerderij, Zoetermeer, Netherlands
    Dec 07 013, Tilburg, Netherlands
    Dec 08 Jazz Cafe , London, United Kingdom
    Dec 11 If Performance Hall, Ankara, Turkey
    Dec 12 Jolly Joker, Istanbul, Turkey
    Dec 13 Durer Kert, Budapest

    Ticket links here:

    Wisdom of Crowds is a jaw-dropping work of art...
    ...this is the sound of two supremely talented artists snatching magic from the ether.
    9/10 Dom Lawson (Metal Hammer)

    A masterclass in dynamics and sonic experimentation from two incredibly gifted musicians within the progressive field.
    Amit Sharma (Classic Rock Prog)

    ...(Soord and Renkse) quarry some amazingly powerful, agile songs with their collaboration
    Eclipsed 8/10

    ...Soord demonstrates that he has become a serious songwriter
    Metal Hammer 6/7

    Soord created with nearly every song a small cosmos which is complemented by Renske congenial... an album that can`t be missed
    Orkus

    ...a fusion of the best qualities of the both frontmen... the melancholy of Katatonia... the airiness of Pineapple Thief... catchy from the first listen
    Sonic Seducer

    For sure a candidate for album of 2013.
    9.5/10


    the resulting music is hypnotically sublime
    ...both a stimulating and mesmerizing listening experience.
    8.5/10

    It's the kind of music that would make a fine soundtrack to a long drive through the unending darkness of night.
    metalsucks.net

    A genuinely unique record, it is beautiful and melodic whilst still, unsurprising given the contributors, remorselessly dark.
    8/10 Dark Hemyspheres

    Album of the Month
    An album of depths which lets the listener discover a lot of exciting details...
    Soundcheck #1
    Zillo (DEU)

    ...nine extraordinary songs of fascinating melancholy...
    Piranha (DEU)

    The stylistic adventure succeeded completely keeps up with Renske`s main band when it comes to the songwriting.
    Rock Hard 8/10 (DEU)

    Album of the Month
    a suprisingly versatile record, which will reveal its subtlety over time: a spendid album which requires a follow-up.
    Rock Hard (FRA)

    Bruce Soord and Jonas Renkse star in one of the jewels of 2013
    9/10 noizzwebzine


    Originally written with Renkse's voice in mind, Soord sought out the acclaimed Katatonia vocalist to complete the compositions and release the music to the masses. Despite the rigorous schedules of The Pineapple Thief and Katatonia, the two musicians were eventually able to connect.

    Both artists are currently enjoying unparalleled success with their main bands.

    The Pineapple Thief have just completed a successful European tour following the release of their latest album, All The Wars in September. Rocksound described All The Wars as an album of Muse-like, slow burning guitar anthems, while Classic Rock stated it was the sound of a band reaching the height of their powers and Prog argued it was an elegant, sophisticated work... moody and meaningful, introspective and universal.

    Katatonia also released a new album last year. Dead End Kings was released on the Peaceville label in August and reinforced their position as one of the most consistently fascinating bands in modern heavy music. (Metal Hammer, 9/10). The album featured heavily in the album of the year polls of magazines around the world and was also nominated for a Grammy in the band's homeland of Sweden.

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  • Out of the Box 002 - Ace Ventura Mix Trancentral

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    Welcome to the second chapter of Trancentral's new Out of the Box monthly mixes series, where Psytrance artists/DJs will feature a mix of music people are not expecting to hear from them. We're here to open people's minds and break patterns and boxes - how can it be psychedelic if there are formulas, rules and expectations?

    For our second episode we are hosting non other than Yoni Oshrat, widely known as Ace Ventura, one of psytrance's most established DJs and musicians. Yoni has been releasing psytrance for 20 years already, starting as part of PsySex & Children of the Doc and then branching out to his own project - Ace Ventura - with which he has been rocking dancefloors globally in any possible scale. He also releases and plays other electronica and downtempo as Schatsi & Schatsi in Dub.

    What he had to say about it:
    I love making sets for people to enjoy in their cars, on their mobiles and in their homes, and I do a lot of those... But then came Trancentral, with a request to make a different kind of mix, one that would surprise, challenge and take the listener to territories he wouldn't expect from me. The result is a two hours journey from 90 to 180 BPM, covering a lot of styles and genres, from abstract downbeat electronica, ambient, dub and retrowave, to Zenonesque prog, disco psy, night time forest and even some hi-tech spice on top of it all. My goal was to have a good flow between all of this, and to keep it interesting, groovy, and most importantly, always psychedelic. I hope you enjoy the ride.

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    Track list:
    1. Onkel Dunkel & Kristian Noe - Cosmic Coincidence
    2. DJ Hal feat. Raja Ram - Vaporizer
    3. C418 - Stranger Think
    4. Com Truise - Usurper
    5. Eat static - Fallen Angel
    6. Ace Ventura - Brave New World (Tribone remix) + CBL - Accede MASHUP
    7. OTT - Hello, My Name is….
    8. The Zap! - Izopdope
    9. Sphera - Micro Poetry
    10. Hedflux - Catharsis (Grouch remix)
    11. Ivort - Unstable
    12. Ryanosaurus - Regained for the First Time + Vini Vici & Astrix - Adhana MASHUP
    13. Krumelur - Destroy All Monsters
    14. Electrypnose - Atacama
    15. Eat Static & Laughing Buddha - Sea of Dreams
    16. Parasect - Shaman Goes to Disco
    17. Kabayun & Anthill -Thermal Pulse
    18. MPF & Yachay - Mundo da Voltas
    19. OxiDaksi - Dabdub
    20. Etnica - Vimana in Dub
    21. Ajja - Extraordinarium
    22. Amorphous Androgynous - Mountain Goat

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  • G.Rossini William Tell+accordion

    2:40

    Classical night with Mozaika Trio
    Concert Program:
    • Small Night Serenade -- W. Mozart
    • Air in D- I. Bach
    • Pleasant Love -- F. Kreisler
    • Menuet -- T. Boccerini
    • Theme from Schindler's List -- J. Williams
    • Blue Danube -- I. Strauss
    • Ave Maria -- F. Schubert
    • The Entertainer -- S. Joplin
    • Return From The Parade -- A. Destrome
    • Por Una Cabeza Tango -- C. Gardell
    • Wilhelm Tell Ouverture -- G. Rossini
    • Storm From The Four Seasons -- A. Vivaldi

    The Mozaika Trio was organized in the Ukraine in 2008. The musicians have performed in various countries and been featured on numerous recordings. The trio performs masterpieces from classical, light classical, jazz, folk and traditional music from around the world. All musical transcriptions and arrangements performed are orchestrated by the musicians in the trio.
    Victor Onutsu - Violin 1
    A graduate of the P. Tchaykovsky Kyiv Academy of Music in the Ukraine. Victor is also the concertmaster of the Kharkiv Opera House and previously held the position of conductor of the Poltava Chamber Orchestra. Accomplishments include being the proud winner of the 1988 National Violin Competition in the Ukraine
    Anna Onutsu -- Violin 2
    Anna is also a graduate of the P. Tchaykovsky Kyiv Academy of Music in the Ukraine. Anna's musical accomplishments include being soloist of the Poltava Chamber Orchestra and being laureate of the International Festivals in Napoli, Italy in 2001 and Kuenza, Spain in 2002.
    Maksym Prokhorenko - Button Accordion
    A graduate of the A. Nezhdanova Odessa Academy of music in the Ukraine. When at home, Maksym also performs as leader of the Folk Ensemble and soloist in the Odessa Philharmonic Orchestra. Maksym's musical accomplishments include winning the 1999 Accordion World Competition in Limburg, Germany.

  • Guča Partyzans Brass Band - Rumenka kolo // Live 2013 // A38 World

    6:16

    In 2013 A38 World recorded the live concert footage of this song called Rumenka kolo performed by Guča Partyzans Brass Band . Performers: zenekarvezető: Golub Nenádvendég népdal énekesek: Tara és Lana Vujanovic trombita: Koos Hutás Áron (szolo zenész) Tulkán Péter (szolo zenész) Csizmadia Dávidsaxofon: Jelasity Péter Avar Annatenorkürt:Szilágyi Gábor Sztan AttilaHelikon: Körömi Pétermenetnagydob: Zeitler Ádámpergődob: Fekete Jammal János. Watch the full concert here:

    Just like the Danube on which it floats, the A38 Ship doesn't care about borders or (language) barriers – this has been proven by the well-earned international frame of the venue, and also by the colorful origins of the artists it hosts: Jamaican reggae-dancehall legend Lee “Scratch” Perry, Japanese psychedelic rock heroes Acid Mothers Temple and Tamikrest from Tuareg are just a few examples. The musicians of different nations also bring the traditional instruments and sounds of their home. It’s not a surprise that A38 Ship was one of the selected venues to host the world's biggest music expo, WOMEX 2015 in Budapest. A38 World – where music knows no boundaries. Subscribe to this channel:

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  • A Diminished Lick to Target the 3rd | Jazz Trumpet Lick of the Day 2.5

    1:34

    A Lick of the Day for any Jazz Musician to check out. #jazztrumpet #lickoftheday #jazz

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    Today's line is using a popular diminished lick to target the 3rd. Not sure what that means? Click the masterclass link above! It's a great Jazz trumpet lick to learn in all keys!

    Thank you for watching this video. I hope that you keep up with the daily videos I post on the channel, subscribe, and share your favorites with those that need to hear it. Your comments are my oxygen, so please take a second and say ‘Hey’ ;).

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    Jason Klobnak is a versatile trumpet player that has been performing as an active musician, author, clinician, composer and educator. His band, The Jason Klobnak Quintet/Quartet (JKQ) is made up of high-caliber musicians known for their professionalism and versatility. The JKQ (based in Denver, Colorado) performs infectious originals with a B3 organ centered rhythm section; they blend hard bop, soul, gospel, and other world rhythms to create a memorable Jazz experience.

    Together they have released their third full-length album in March of 2018 called Friends & Family. It has been very well reviewed, on numerous Top 10 lists for Jazz radio stations across the country (including Denver’s KUVO 89.3FM which named it May 2018’s CD of the month), and in Jazzweek’s Top 100. Each composition was written for specific family and close friends (that might as well be family). Their second album, New Chapter, was recorded in part thanks to the Pathways to Jazz Grant from the Boulder County Arts Alliance. In 2015 and 2016, New Chapter was in the Top 75 on the Jazzweek charts and on the Top 10 playlists for over a dozen radio stations worldwide. Their first album, Mountain, Move made the Best Recordings of 2013 list from AllAboutJazz.com by C. Michael Bailey. His very well reviewed Christmas single, Hark the Herald, in 2016 as part of a creative project with musicians James Roberson and Nathaniel Kearney Jr.

    Besides the JKQ, Mr. Klobnak is a B.A.C. (Best American Craftsman-custom trumpet), Denis Wick (mouthpiece and mutes) and Westone Audio endorsed artist (ES20 and Tru Customs). Mr. Klobnak has played and recorded for numerous groups ranging from jazz, soul/R&B, indie-rock/pop and gospel. In addition to performing, he has also written two improvisation-based books called Targeting: Improvisation With Purpose and Breaking the Monotony and is currently an adjunct professor and brass instructor at Arapahoe Community College. Mr. Klobnak holds a bachelor degree from Drake University (Des Moines, IA) and a Master’s degree from the University of Denver, Lamont School of Music (Denver, CO).


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  • X-Tet Jazz Orchestra | Emerging Artist Series | McNally Smith College of Music

    7:52

    McNally Smith College of Music's X-Tet Jazz Orchestra performs during the Fall 2015 Emerging Artist Series at Amsterdam Bar and Hall in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota.

    The Emerging Artist Series showcases McNally Smith College of Music's diversity and musicianship. Over 30 student ensembles perform across 8 nights of FREE live music in venues all over the Twin Cities every Fall and Spring.

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    The McNally Smith X-Tet Jazz Orchestra is a highly selective touring ensemble. Students develop their ability to sight read, interpret and improvise through a variety of jazz styles by rehearsing and performing arrangements conceived for large jazz ensembles. Student musicians are pushed to develop awareness of roles in each section, listening through the ensemble, understanding musical hierarchies that enable a large ensemble to quickly find common musical ground in order to perform at a professional level.

  • Bella Ciao - Italian Folk Song - Request during Corona Virus Lockdown

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    Hello listeners,

    musicians like me relying on gigs and performances for their income, have been financially impacted due to the cancellation of concerts and events during the current Corona Virus outbreak.

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    BUON 25 aprile 2020, Felice Festa della Liberazione

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    As the corona virus disease is causing fear and anxiety across the world, I'd like to lift someone's spirit up through music.

    This is a song requested by Aditya J., India and Rosa G., Italy.

    You can request a song too: get in touch with me and mention the title of your new request. I will try to please as many as I can ???? ...

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    Originally Bella Ciao was sung in the late 19th century as protest against harsh working conditions in North Italy, then later on adopted by the Italian partisans fighting fascism during World War II, becoming a revolutionary anthem.
    In 2017, the song received more popularity due to the singing of the song in the Spanish television series Casa de Papel - Money Heist.  

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    * Calm down, Breathe, Relax

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    Bella Ciao – Testo

    «Una mattina mi sono alzato,
    oh bella, ciao! bella, ciao! bella, ciao, ciao, ciao!
    Una mattina mi sono alzato
    e ho trovato l’invasor.

    O partigiano, portami via,
    o bella, ciao! bella, ciao! bella, ciao, ciao, ciao!
    O partigiano, portami via,
    ché mi sento di morir.

    E se io muoio da partigiano,
    o bella, ciao! bella, ciao! bella, ciao, ciao, ciao!
    E se io muoio da partigiano,
    tu mi devi seppellir.

    E seppellire lassù in montagna,
    o bella, ciao! bella, ciao! bella, ciao, ciao, ciao!
    E seppellire lassù in montagna
    sotto l’ombra di un bel fior.

    E le genti che passeranno
    o bella, ciao! bella, ciao! bella, ciao, ciao, ciao!
    E le genti che passeranno
    Mi diranno «Che bel fior!»

    «È questo il fiore del partigiano»,
    o bella, ciao! bella, ciao! bella, ciao, ciao, ciao!
    «È questo il fiore del partigiano
    morto per la libertà!»

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  • Music of street in Beograd

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    Artisti di strada suonano in centro a Belgrado

  • Arkul // La rosa enflorese

    4:40

    From the album L'amor
    Copyright Arkul / OKC Abrašević , 2014.

    Music and lyrics : Sephardic Song in Judeo-Spanish
    Arrangement : Mićković & Aksoj

    Vladimir Mićković -- vocal
    Atilla Aksoj -- kalimba , guitar , accordion

    Recorded/mixed/mastered by Atilla Aksoj

    Artwork by Irena Škrinjar

    ...then Vladimir closed his eyes and started to sing a Sephardic song with the same feeling and emotion as my late aunt Tija Luna.
    Flory Jagoda , Bosnian Jewish singer/songwriter/storyteller

    A complex and quietist re-imagining of Herzegovina’s Sephardic heritage, L’Amor reminds us of that country’s ancient link with the Mediterranean. In its mesh of sounds the piercing light and heat reflecting from the shining limestone cliffs above the river valley lined with groves of orange and pomegranate give way to scents of the sea and the coasts, and memories of Dubrovnik’s argosies that plied its shores from Back Sea to the Pillars of Hercules merge with those of the melancholy ships that carried the Jews from their Spanish homes. Mandolin strum and silvery droplets of sound from kalimba entwine above the drone of an accordion and the relentless beat of a hand drum, below a delicate tracing of vocals telling an eternal story of exile and regret. Arkul’s music is a music of strength and sorrow that reveals the darkness looming within the light and the light that shines from the darkness.
    ...I kept harking back to Matvejevic's Mediteranski brevijar when I was listening to it. Not just because there is a sense in which Hercegovina, or at least a part of it, is a Mediterranean country, and Sephardic music is a music of the Mediterranean rim, but because the music has a sort of brightness, toughness yet gentleness to it, with a strong identity that becomes fluid the closer you look at it.
    Kim Burton , Translator/writer/musician

    Aman,aman...
    ...In the Ortodox tradition,reminiscent of the Serbian composer Stevan Mokranjac,Vladimir Mićković's voice would be defined as cherubic,angelic.Both of them avoid pathos,that sweet sorrow that Sephardic melodies so easily cross when sung without sufficient justification and inner understanding. Atilla is a musician,a guitar player and a producer from Mostar, Vladimir is an academically trained painter.They are not just musicians who would carelessly hop on the ethno-trend bandwagon,which spread across the world,like a soundtrack of globalization,after the fall of Berlin wall.Appropriating the cultural and musical memory of the people who no longer exist,singing in a language that nobody speaks anymore-other than academics and enthusiasts dispersed throughout the world-they transform the plurality of historical,family and life experiences of these long gone people into pure music.In Mostar and Stolac,out of all places,which have powerful and very recent experiences with disappearings.
    ...Arkul's first album, Il Bastidor,was published in 2008.After that,they became relatively well known among local and European Connoisseurs and listeners of the authentic music.They performed at world music festivals,and in Sarajevo,they performed together with Flory Jagoda for the first time.Flory Jagoda,who's been living in New York for the past seventy years,is a magnificent singer and the last remaining original voice of the Bosnian and Balkan Sephardic world.It is not easy to imagine how Vladimir felt when he first sang in front of this woman.
    ...Atilla Aksoj and Vladimir Mićković-it is a humble opinion of this listener-control the Sephardic Balkan sadness like nobody else.Properly distant,they do not present other people's misfortunes as their own,nor do they pretend to be somehow related to these extinct people.They are the voices of memories, in a time where there are no more of those who would have remembered.Delicate and subtle,these songs will never be commercial enough for a wider audience.
    ..And so,in Stolac,in midsummer,around the local Assumption and Transfiguration holidays,with the ripening of the first winter figs, Vladimir Mićković, accompanied by Atilla Aksoj and the river Bregava,sang Ay Querida like it was the first time ever performed.It was a great,redemptive experience,which can only be conveyed by music.While Bregava spelled out the names of the missing people,one by one,the audience froze at their seats,unaware of what was actually happening.It lasted but for a moment,and then everything disappeared.For a brief moment in time,the world was transformed by this unique artistic act.
    Miljenko Jergović , Writer
    August 23, 2014. Jutarnji List

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

    1:03

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    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.

  • Mahala Rai Banda - La Rayah // Live 2012 // A38 World

    5:57

    In 2012 A38 World recorded the live concert footage of this song called La Rayah performed by Mahala Rai Banda . Performers: Cantea Cristinel - trombita; Oprica Viorel - trombita; Marian Zahanagiu - harsona; Bosnea Aurel - kürt; Trifan Andrei - kürt; Cantea Georgel - tuba; MihaiCristinel - szaxofon; Dinu Marian - ütőhangszerek; Ionita Florinel - tangóharmonika; Ionica Aurel - hegedű; Manole Nicusor - ének. Watch the full concert here:

    Just like the Danube on which it floats, the A38 Ship doesn't care about borders or (language) barriers – this has been proven by the well-earned international frame of the venue, and also by the colorful origins of the artists it hosts: Jamaican reggae-dancehall legend Lee “Scratch” Perry, Japanese psychedelic rock heroes Acid Mothers Temple and Tamikrest from Tuareg are just a few examples. The musicians of different nations also bring the traditional instruments and sounds of their home. It’s not a surprise that A38 Ship was one of the selected venues to host the world's biggest music expo, WOMEX 2015 in Budapest. A38 World – where music knows no boundaries. Subscribe to this channel:

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  • Guča Partyzans Brass Band - Uzicko kolo // Live 2013 // A38 World

    5:19

    In 2013 A38 World recorded the live concert footage of this song called Uzicko kolo performed by Guča Partyzans Brass Band . Performers: zenekarvezető: Golub Nenádvendég népdal énekesek: Tara és Lana Vujanovic trombita: Koos Hutás Áron (szolo zenész) Tulkán Péter (szolo zenész) Csizmadia Dávidsaxofon: Jelasity Péter Avar Annatenorkürt:Szilágyi Gábor Sztan AttilaHelikon: Körömi Pétermenetnagydob: Zeitler Ádámpergődob: Fekete Jammal János. Watch the full concert here:

    Just like the Danube on which it floats, the A38 Ship doesn't care about borders or (language) barriers – this has been proven by the well-earned international frame of the venue, and also by the colorful origins of the artists it hosts: Jamaican reggae-dancehall legend Lee “Scratch” Perry, Japanese psychedelic rock heroes Acid Mothers Temple and Tamikrest from Tuareg are just a few examples. The musicians of different nations also bring the traditional instruments and sounds of their home. It’s not a surprise that A38 Ship was one of the selected venues to host the world's biggest music expo, WOMEX 2015 in Budapest. A38 World – where music knows no boundaries. Subscribe to this channel:

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  • NCMF Summer 2020 - A Conversation with Yonah Zur

    38:20

    David Yang, Artistic Director of Newburyport Chamber Music Festival, talks with violinist Yonah Zur.

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  • ZELIMIR-Good Morning My Darling

    3:53

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    Beloved friends & fans,

    Riding high on the winds of success from his latest Single Judy(Likes to Rock) that took Europe by storm, making it top #100 list in many countries, Zelimir wants to give you a perfect gift of love for St Valentines, another smashing single: Good Morning My Darling!
    On February 14th you will be able to enjoy two versions of this passionate and tender song - Full Studio Version and GMMD Unplugged/Acoustic Version- both mastered by Nashville's finest musicians and producers.

    So wind your clocks, set your alarms and remind yourselves that on February 14th you will fall in love with Zelimir's Good Morning My My Darling available on iTunes, Amazon MP3, Google Play, Spotify, and many more.

    Written & Produced by ZELIMIR

    Zelimir's vocals recorded by Branislav Micic at the Supersonic Studio,
    and Dragan Panjak at the Revolver Studio in Novi Sad, Serbia
    Assisted by Visnja Kulisic

    Background Vocals:
    Visnja & Zelimir Kulisic recorded by Dusan Djukic at the Ultrasound Studio

    Background sound and music recorded in Nashville, TN:
    // Drums and Percussion - Steve Brewster // Bass - Mike Brignardello // Electric Guitars - J.T. Corenflos //
    // Acoustic Guitars, Mandolin, Banjo, Dobro and *Bass - John D Willis // Piano, Keyboards, B3 Organ and
    Strings Arrangement - Tony Harrell // Fiddle - Larry Franklin // Pedal Steel - Russ Pahl //

    Mixed by Richie Biggs at The Chapel
    Mastered by Andrew Mendelson at Georgetown Masters
    *Mastered by Richie Biggs
    Nashville, Tennessee USA

    Art Director: Dejan Ilic
    Show Up! Logo by Dusan Falcon Markovic, Web by Milan Marijanac

    Bonus Video Material:
    01. Good Morning My Darling - Official Music Video SE3CC1400101
    02. Good Morning My Darling - Unplugged Official Lyric Video SE3CC1400102
    03. Official Music Video Behind The Scenes material SE3CC1400103
    Directed by Lucy Ilarionov

    Design and Official Lyric Video by Dejan Ilic

    PR Supervisor
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    Executive Producer: Zelimir Kulisic

    Made in Sweden (EU)
    ℗ © 2014 Show Up! Entertainment Scandinavia
    All rights reserved

    German Label Code: LC-29710

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  • G-Spot ft. Defa @ TR Opening Ceremony on Hungarian

    2:59

    Serbian MC vs Hungary Beatbox - Freestyle
    Tilva Rosh Premiere and opening ceremony on hungarian
    Najava filma Tilva Ros u Madjarskoj na madjarskom

  • colluvio CHAMBER MUSIC Academy. Beethoven Variations no. 121a for piano trio

    18:18

    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
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    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
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    Ludwig van Beethoven: Ten Variations op. 121a about Wenzel Müller´s song “Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu” for piano, violin and cello
    Ludwig van Beethoven: Deset variacije op. 121a o pesmi Wenzela Müllera “Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu” za klavir, violinu i violončelo
    Ludwig van Beethoven: Zehn Variationen op. 121a über Wenzel Müllers Lied “Ich bin der Schneider Kakadu” für Klavier, Violine und Violoncello

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


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    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

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  • Weird Al Yankovic - White & Nerdy

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  • Break of Reality in Turkmenistan

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  • Piano Mix 3 No.24 Mozart arr. Norton Rondo Clarinet Concerto K.622

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  • Balkan Beat Box - Joro Boro // Live 2012 // A38 World

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    In 2012 A38 World recorded the live concert footage of this song called Joro Boro performed by Balkan Beat Box. Performers: Ori Kaplan; Tomer Yosef; Tamir Muskat, Ben Hendler, Peter Hess, Ron Bunker. Watch the full concert here:

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  • EXIT 2018 | Ziggy Marley Live @ Main Stage FULL SHOW

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    Ziggy Marley Live at Exit Festival 2018!

    Modern reggae icon Ziggy Marley is eight-time Grammy winter, Emmy winner, author, producer and philanthropist! Ziggy’s musical history dates back to ten-years-old when he would watch his father Bob Marley record in the studio. This tireless artist has so far released thirteen albums to much critical acclaim and his self-titled sixth solo full-length album has recently garnered him his 8th Grammy.

    Besides his successful solo career, he served as front man to Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers and in that time released chart-topping hits such as Tomorrow People and Look Who’s Dancin’. These well-known numbers, as well as his other songs, will surely put EXIT festival’s music lovers in a trance!

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    22:52 - One Love
    27:59 - Circle Of Peace
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  • Hang down your head-Tom Waits-cover prof Miki

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    Only for Education and Entertainment use;-) Hang down your head- Tom Waits-1985- cover prof Miki 2020. Hang Down Your Head is a song by Tom Waits and Songwriter Kathleen Brennan. Tom Waits – vocals, guitar, pump organ, production. Hang Down Your Head is a song by Tom Waits appearing on his 1985 album Rain Dogs. It released as a single in 1985 by Island Records. The song is in the same vein as Tom Waits' earlier work, featuring a more conventional melodic structure in comparison to other songs on his Rain Dogs album albeit featuring an idiosyncratic arrangement. All music critic Stewart Mason called the song among the most direct and effective things Waits has ever written. Rain Dogs is the eighth studio album by American singer-songwriter Tom Waits, released in September 1985 on Island Records. A loose concept album about the urban dispossessed of New York City, Rain Dogs is generally considered the middle album of a trilogy that includes Swordfishtrombones and Franks Wild Years.

    The album, which includes appearances by guitarists Keith Richards and Marc Ribot, is noted for its broad spectrum of musical styles and genres, described by Rolling Stone as merging Kurt Weill, pre-rock integrity from old dirty blues, [and] the elegiac melancholy of New Orleans funeral brass, into a singularly idiosyncratic American style.

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