Former Yugoslavia

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12" LP record RTB LPV 190. This record was a trailer for a newly to create series of records with village music "Muzika i Tradicija", around 1970. Only three records were realized: this one (the trailer), Serbia and Istria. Selection and liner notes by Dragoslav Dević.

Side A

A 01 Sedentary song for spinning (Eastern Serbia), Svetlana Đorđević, Ljiljana Ljubomirović, Nadežda Vasić, Ljiljana Vasić, Milica Milijić
A 02 Harvest song at "long voice" (Eastern Serbia), same performers as A1
A 03 Dance from Svrljig region (Eastern Serbia), gajda: MIhajlo Spasić, Tupan: Blagoje Radojković
A 04 Love song - "sevdalinka" (Bosnia), vocals and Saz: – Muhamed Mešanović
A 05 Fragment of an epic poem from the struggle against the Turks (Kosovo), gusla: Halil Nikći
A 06 Shepherd song (Kosovo), leaf: Maljo Nikći and Ram Nikći
A 07 Dances from Rugova (Kosovo), leaf: Maljo Nikći, kaval: Kaplan Nikći, ćitelija: Gani Murići, šarkija: Bajram Murići
A 08 So-called love song "ojkanje" - "treskavica" and "vojkovica" from Dalmatia, voices: Mara Šimić and Tonka Jadrijević
A 09 Bachelor love song in "ojkanje" way from Dalmatia, voices: Šimun Dinarina and Ante Milanović
A 10 Dance from Slavonia, bagpipes (dude): Pero Cvetković-Brođanac

Side B

B 01 Men's dance from western Macedonian, Trio Majovci, zurla: Isakovski Islam and Isaku Isak, tupan: Isaku Amit
B 02 Humorous folk song from Kumanovo, vocals and kemenċe: Kuzman Stojkovski
B 03 Wedding song from Macedonia, vocals: P. Nikolova, M. Zilkovska and E. Dimitrievska, orch. Pece Atanasovski
B 04 Sedentary song short voice (Western Bosnia), vocals: Dragica Vilušić and Ana Marjanović
B 05 Song for working in the field - digging song at "long voice" (Western Bosnia), same performers as B 05
B 06 Epic-lyric song from the period of the National Uprising (NOB), vocals: Ante Tomić and Mato Tomić
B 07 Bachelor love song "short voice", same performers as B 06
B 08 Bagpipe [Diple]: Pavle Jovanović
B 09 Fragment of an epic poem from the struggle against the Turks (Taraboš, year 1912), gusla: Radomir Burzanović
Album cover

12" LP record, MMS 2229. Musical Masterpiece Society (MMS) was a sub-label of the American label Concert Hall.

Marketed in Europe as MMS, Guilde Internationale Du Disque and a couple of other names. This record was most likely licensed from Monitor Records, which issued the same record earlier, with two additional tracks as Monitor MF 312. Recordings were made by former Yugoslav radio stations. This record was one of the two first LP records of the collection.

A 01 Serbia, Tihomir Paunović frula, Orch. Radio Beograd
A 02 Croatia, Tamburica Orch. Radio Osijek
A 03 Croatia, Choir and Tamburica Orch. Radio Osijek
A 04 Serbia, Choir and Orch. Radio Beograd
A 05 Macedonia, Bronislav Simonović and Danica Obrenić, Orch. Radio Beograd
A 06 Croatia / Dalmatia, Dalmatian Singers of Radio Zagreb
A 07 Slovenia, Duo Filiplić & Koren
A 08 Bosnia, Dušan Janković, Orch. Radio Beograd
A 09 Croatia / Medjimurje, Anica Zubović, Orch. Radio Beograd
B 01 Croatia, Tamburica Orch. Radio Zagreb
B 02 Bosnia, Sulejman Djakić vocal and tambura
B 03 Macedonia, Vaska Ilieva, Vanja Lazarova, Orch. of folk instruments Radio Skopje
B 04 Serbia, Sava Jeremić frula, acc. Duet Živković and Tamburica orch. Radio Beograd
B 05 Montenegro, Božidar Ivanišević, Orch. Radio Zagreb
B 06 Serbia, Radmila Dimić, Choir and Orch. Radio Beograd
B 07 Macedonia, Choir and Orch. Radio Beograd
B 08 Serbia, Radmila Vasović, unknown orch.