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Episode #2434

Music of Former Yugoslavia

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Sunday, July 01, 2007

Yugoslavia, which is now Serbia and Montenegro, was a former kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes, and encompassed a sprawling region that included the former republics of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia-Slavonia, Macedonia, and the autonomous provinces of Kosovo and Vojvodina, along with Dalmatia. But for this New Sounds, after the quick geography refresher course of the Balkan states, there’s an hour of music from former Yugoslavia and former Yugoslavians. Listen to the music of sometime cult rock star and soundtrack composer Goran Bregovic whose current work has mixed traditional music of the Balkans, tango and brass bands. Also, there’s new music based on near and far eastern folk melodies with clarinet, guitar, and possibly even accordion from the Milan Milosevic Trio. Plus, listen to works from composer and guitarist Dusan Bogdanovic.

PROGRAM # 2434, Musicians from the former Yugoslavia (First aired on Wed. 7/6/05)

ARTIST(S)

RECORDING

CUT(S)

SOURCE

Various artists Bismillah Bosnian Radio – Television Symphony Orchestra: Call To Prayer [1:30] Sounds True #339
www.soundstrue.com
Tatjana Kukoc Electric Counterpoint Mummychogs: Part 3 [2:00] Edition Al Segno #2009
www.artelier-media.de
info@atelier-media.de
Milan Milosevic Pearls & Yarn A Girl’s Dance [6:00] Summit #415
www.summitrecords.com
Dusan Bogdanovic Keys To Talk By Trio for 2 prepared guitars and percussion [13:00] M + A #019
www.marecordings.com
More info at www.dusanbogdanovic.com
Goran Bregovic Underground (Soundtrack) War [6:30] Mercury #528910 may be available as an import*
Also, try Amazon.com

Kronos Quartet

Caravan

Aleksandra Vrebalov: Paranoia Boundless [6:00]

Nonesuch #79490** www.nonesuch.com *

Milos Raickovich

Private recording

B-A-G-D-A-D [7:00]

Info at raickovich@aol.com

Milan Milosevic Trio

Pearls & Yarn

Stormy Vlaina, excerpt [1:30]

See above.

Comments [1]

Alex

Listening to Dusan Bogdanovic now on a rebroadcast of this program 07/01/07, very interesting use of the guitar as a sort of percusive instrument, the music itself is evocative, somewhat eastern, not easily categorized which is why its good. Like it alot. Thanks.

Jul. 01 2007 11:24 PM

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