The Jugoslavian National Orchestra - Balalaika Serenade "Tamburitza" Plays Folk Tunes And Dances album flac
Genre: Folk music
Title: Balalaika Serenade "Tamburitza" Plays Folk Tunes And Dances
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Not On Label (The Jugoslavian National Orchestra Self-released) – none. Format: Cassette, Album. Country: US. Released: Genre: Folk, World, & Country.
Sava Vukosavljev Tamburitza Orchestra of Radio Novi Sad. Album Cover. Album Label A. Album Label B. Decca DL 8363. Recorded by Deutche Grammophon-Polydor Series.
The Jugoslavian National Orchestra. Label Category Country Year. Balalaika Serenade "Tamburitza" Plays Folk Tunes Decca DL 8363 US And Dances (LP).
Balalaika Serenade "Tamburitza" Plays Folk Tunes And Dances. 12. mp3. Not On Label (The Jugoslavian National Orchestra Self-released). Caution! All audio materials of Jugoslavian National Orchestra, The are presented solely for information.
This is a list of folk music traditions, with styles, dances, instruments and other related topics. The term folk music can not be easily defined in a precise manner; it is used with widely varying definitions depending on the author, intended audience and context within a work. Similarly, the term traditions in this context does not connote any strictly-defined criteria.
Dusan Jovanovic & His Tamburitza Orchestra "Orao". Ocemo Braco Da Idemo. Dusan Jovanovic & His Tamburitza Orchestra "Orao". Let's Dance the Kolo: Yugoslav Songs and Dances. Branko Krsmanovi´c Instrumental. Folk Masters: Great Performances Recorded Live at the Barns of Wolf. Songs and Dances of Yugoslavia.
Skertich Brothers Tamburitza Orchestra - Tamburitza! - Udova Sam Mlada. Itzhak Perlman/Israel Philharmonic Orchestra/Dov Seltzer - Tradition - Itzhak Perlman plays familiar Jewish Melodies - Oif'n Pripetchik brennt a feier'l. aban Bajramović & Mostar Sevdah Reunion - The Rough Guide To The Music Of Balkan Gypsies - Opa Cupa.
A group of selections, such as Croatian Dance, Vadar March, Dalmatian Melodies played by the Sava Vukosavljev Tamburitza Orchestra of Radio Novi Sad. 12 selections in digitally enhanced, genuine mono hifi sound. The popovich brothers - live at the rafters. The Popovich Brothers Tamburitza Orchestra, including Adam and Ted Popovich along with Pete Mistovich performing live at The Rafters on December 28, 1985. 27 tracks in audiophile-stereo sound.