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The Tamburica Orchestra Of Novi Sad Radio - Vojvodina FLAC album

The Tamburica Orchestra Of Novi Sad Radio - Vojvodina FLAC album
Title:
Vojvodina
Performer:
The Tamburica Orchestra Of Novi Sad Radio
Style:
Folk
Country:
FLAC album size:
1695 mb
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Rating:
4.7 ✪
The Tamburica Orchestra Of Novi Sad Radio - Vojvodina FLAC album

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Tamburica Orchestra Of Novi Sad Radio* Sremčica — Kolo = A Kolo Dance From Srem
Arranged By – Maks Popov*
A2 Aleksandar Dejanović Četir Konja Debela = Four Fat Horses
Arranged By – Maks Popov*
A3 Zorka Butaš And A Group Of Singers Of The Belgrade Radio And Television Station* Dunave, Dunave = Oh, You Cold River Danube
Arranged By – Aleksandar Gavanski
A4 The Duet Of Životić And Mirčov* Sinoć Kad Je Pao Mrak = Last Night, When The Dark Fell
Arranged By – Maks Popov*
A5 The Tamburica Orchestra Of Novi Sad Radio* Banatski Madžarac = The Hungarian Dance From Banat
Arranged By – Sava Vukosavljev
B1 The Tamburica Orchestra Of Novi Sad Radio* Dolovsko Kolo = The Kolo Dance From Dolovo
Arranged By – Maks Popov*
B2 Jelena Dejanović Hajd Na Rogalj, Momče = Let's Go To The Evening Party, Young Man
Arranged By – Sava Vukosavljev
B3 A Group Of Singers Of The Belgrade Radio And Television Station* Momačko Bunjevačko Kolo = Young Men's Kolo Dance From Bunjevac
B4 Aleksandar Dejanović Širok Dunav, Ravan Srem = The Wide River Danube And The Flat Plain Of Srem
Arranged By – Maks Popov*
B5 The Tamburica Orchestra Of Novi Sad Radio* Sašino Kolo = Saša's Kolo Dance
Arranged By – Maks Popov*

Credits

  • Conductor – Sava Vukosavljev

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Cover): M-30-371 / 372
  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): M. 30/371
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): M. 30/372

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LP-I/A-02, LP-I-02 Tamburaški Orkestar Radio Novog Sada* Vojvodina ‎(10", Album) PGP RTB, PGP RTB LP-I/A-02, LP-I-02 Yugoslavia 1959