The Tamburitza Orchestras Of Radio Zagreb And Sokadija - Tamburitza! mp3 album
- Performer: The Tamburitza Orchestras Of Radio Zagreb And Sokadija
- Title: Tamburitza!
- Genre: World, Country
- Formats: DXD AUD APE WAV MP4 AAC AU
- MP3 album: 1468 mb
- FLAC album: 1224 mb
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Tamburica (/tæmˈbʊərɪtsə/ or /ˌtæmbəˈrɪtsə/) or Tamboura (Serbo-Croatian: tamburica, тамбурица, meaning "little tamboura"; Hungarian: tambura; Greek: Ταμπουράς, sometimes written tamburrizza or tamburitza) refers to a family of long-necked lutes popular in Southern Europe and Central Europe, especially Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia (especially Vojvodina), Slovenia, and Hungary. It is also known in Burgenland.
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These consisted of the first and second tamburitza, the first and second brothers, cello, bass and counter attacks. All tamburitzas were pear-shaped. This system is in Croatia first applied Alfons Gucci, and later by little perfected. Tamburitza instruments displayed at permanent exhibition at The Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) Tempe, AZ 85284. Shell inlaid pear like brač and guitar like shaped brač and bugarija are made by Gilg, Sisak, Croatia. Smaller dark colored is brač made by B. Grđan, Gračani, Zagreb. The Grand Tamburica Orchestra of Radio Novi Sad was founded in 1951 under the leadership of Sava Vukosavljev, who composed and arranged many pieces for tamburica orchestra and published a comprehensive book Vojvođanska tambura ("The Tambura of Vojvodina"). There are also orchestras of Radio Belgrade and Radio Podgorica, Radio Kikinda etc.
|A1||Beautiful Green Hills|
|A2||The Nightingale Sings In The Meadow|
|A3||The Goldfinch's Wedding|
|B1||Oh My Dear|
|B3||At The Well|
|B5||From Here To The Danube|
|B6||Hi, Ciro- Dear Daughter|
- Conductor – Ivan Petanjek (tracks: A1,2,3,5; B1,2,3,4,5,6), Sava Mihajlovic (tracks: A4 and A6)