Serbian folk music

Serbian folk music (Serbian: српска народна музика / srpska narodna muzika) refers to, in the narrow sense, the "older" style of Serbian folk music, predating the "newer" (Serbian: новокомпонована / novokomponovana, "newly composed") style which emerged in the 1970s and 1980s as a result of urbanisation. The characteristic musical instruments included the accordion and violin, while traditional instruments such as tamburica, frula, were also used.

Notable performersEdit

Male
Female

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Notable concertsEdit

  • Tri majstora, December 1996, Radio Television of Serbia, (imdb)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  • Радмила Петровић; Dimitrije I. Stefanović (1989). Srpska narodna muzika. Srpska akademija nauka i umetnosti.
  • Radmila Petrović; Dragotin Cvetko (1985). Srpska narodna muzika: pesma kao izraz narodnog muzičkog mišljenja : doktorska disertacija. R. Petrović.
  • Nikola A. Kosić (1986). Srpski radio program, 1952-1982: sadržaj emisija .SRP kroz štampu i priredbe. Srpski radio program.

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