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.
- Cune Gojković (1932–2017)
- Predrag Živković Tozovac (1936–2021)
- Miroslav Ilić (born 1950)
- Staniša Stošić (1945–2008)
- Sinan Sakić (1956–2018)
- Šaban Šaulić (1951–2019)
- Šeki Turković (born 1953)
- Marinko Rokvić (born 1954)
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- Media related to Serbian traditional music at Wikimedia Commons