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  1. Стефче Стојковски (Stefche Stojkovski, b. 1972) was born in Skopje, Macedonia. He plays and teaches almost every Мacedonian traditional wind…

  2. Ezgija - kind of playing in Serbia and Macedonia - several shepherds with kavals used to gather together while herding sheep. While one played a…

  3. Terenski Snimci (Field Recordings) are recordings of rare and often "never heard" music that is performed by people who live in faraway forests…

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  5. Тwo brothers from Macedonia, Vasko Jordanov (29) and Zlatko Jordanov (23) cаme from the capital of Macedonia, Skopje with main occupation -…

  6. Dragoslav Pavle Aksentijevic was born in Belgrade in 1942. He graduated and acquired a Master's Degree from the University of Belgrade Academy of…

  7. Sung epic poetry has been an integral part of Serbs and Balkan music for centuries. In Montenegro, these long poems are typically accompanied on…

  8. Περικλής Παπαπετρόπουλος (Periklis Papapetropoulos) was born in Athens but grew up on the island of Crete. His first musical experiences were…

  9. There are two groups with the same name:

    1) Izvor (Извор, meaning "source") is a band from Vranje, Serbia, engaged in cultivation, preservation…

  10. Mile Kolarov is famous throughout the Balkans for his kaval, gajda (and other traditional instruments) playing.

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