National Yugoslav Dancetheatre - Yugoslav Rhapsody download mp3 album
National Yugoslav Dancetheatre – Yugoslav Rhapsody. Musical Treasures Of Yugoslavia (LP, Album). Orchestre Folklorique du Théâtre National Yougoslave, Octuor Slovène de Ljubljana - Yougoslavie (LP).
The Yugoslav National Army, also called the Yugoslav People's Army (Slovene: Jugoslovanska ljudska armada ), was the military of Yugoslavia from 1945 to 1992. The origins of the JNA can be found in the Yugoslav Partisan units of World War II. As part of the anti-fascist People's Liberation War of Yugoslavia, the People's Liberation Army of Yugoslavia (NOVJ), a predecessor of the JNA, was formed in the town of Rudo in Bosnia and Herzegovina on 22 December 1941.
Almost immediately, it ran into disputes with most of its neighbours. Slovenia was difficult to determine, since it had been an integral part of Austria for 400 years. Three-quarters of the Yugoslav workforce was engaged in agriculture. A few commercial farmers existed, but most were subsistence peasants. Those in the south were especially poor, living in a hilly, infertile region.
The Yugoslav rock scene in general, including the freshly arrived new wave music, was socially accepted, well developed and covered in the media. New wave was especially advocated by the magazines Polet from Zagreb and Džuboks from Belgrade, as well as the TV show Rokenroler, which was famous for its artistic music videos. This anti-establishment movement was even supported, although moderately, by the Communist authorities, particularly by the Communist youth organisation which often organized concerts, festivals, parties, exhibitions, and other cultural events. Cult symbols of the Yugoslav new wave era are the compilation albums Paket aranžman, Novi Punk Val, Artistička radna akcija and especially the movie Dečko koji obećava.
Yugoslav National Folk Ballet. The former nation of Yugoslavia was composed of six republics (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia) and existed from 1918 until its gradual dissolution beginning in the 1990s. In 1956, the Yugoslav National Folk Ballet toured the United States for the first time. This recording features songs and dance music of three of the regional cultural folk groups (Serbian, Macedonian, and Croatian) that comprised Yugoslavia at the time. Yugoslav National Folk Ballet. 102. Shepherds' Song and.
The Yugoslav National Folk Ballet (Tanec). Released by FOLKWAYS RECORDS Jan 1956 8 Tracks. The Yugoslav National Folk Ballet (Tanec) is a English album released on Jan 1956. The Yugoslav National Folk Ballet (Tanec) Album has 8 songs sung by Yugoslav National Folk Ballet. Listen to all songs in high quality & download The Yugoslav National Folk Ballet (Tanec) songs on Gaana.
|Songs And Dances From Croatia Tambourine Orchestra And Choir|
|Sjaj Meseče Večeras, Song Of Vojvodina Tambourine Orchestra With Vocalist|
|Short Intermezzo Played On Frula Accompanied By Accordion|
|Bunjevačko, Dance From Bačka Tambourine Orchestra|
|Haj'te Amo Momci Cure, Song Of Vojvodina Tambourine Orchestra With Vocalist|
|Kalendara, Songs From Croatia Tambourine Orchestra With Chorus|
|Dances From Pirot (Eastern Serbia), Folk-orchestra With Chorus|
|Kolo Played On The Frula With Folk-orchestra|
|Sopsko, Folk-orchestra With Solo Singers And Dancers|
|Sejmen Sedi, Song From Macedonia, Duet With Orchestral Accompaniment|
|Serbian Dances Folk-orchestra And Chorus|
|N 00612 R||National Yugoslav Dancetheatre*||Yugoslav Rhapsody (10")||Philips||N 00612 R||Netherlands||1969|
|N 00612 R||Mitglieder Des Jugoslawischen Nationaltheaters||Jugoslawische Rhapsodie (10")||Philips||N 00612 R||Germany||Unknown|
|N 00612 R||Mitglieder Des Jugoslawischen Nationaltheaters||Jugoslawische Rhapsodie (10", Mono)||Philips||N 00612 R||Germany||Unknown|
|PHI 425||Various||Musical Treasures Of Yugoslavia (LP, Album)||Philips||PHI 425||US||Unknown|
|P 10.125 R||Théatre National Yougoslave*||Rhapsodie Yougoslave (10")||Philips||P 10.125 R||France||Unknown|
|831 223 PY||The National Yugoslav Dance Theatre*||Songs And Dances From Yugoslavia (LP)||Philips||831 223 PY||Netherlands||Unknown|
|P 08.191 L||Orchestre Folklorique du Théâtre National Yougoslave, Octuor Slovène de Ljubljana||Orchestre Folklorique du Théâtre National Yougoslave, Octuor Slovène de Ljubljana - Yougoslavie (LP)||Philips||P 08.191 L||France||Unknown|
|P 08.191 L||Various||Yougoslavie (LP)||Philips||P 08.191 L||France||Unknown|
|840 281 BY, 840.281 BY||Various||Yougoslavie (LP)||Philips, Philips||840 281 BY, 840.281 BY||France||Unknown|