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Serbian War Songs

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Release Date:09/08/2017;Notes:Zeitkratzer and it's special guests Svetlana Spajić (voice), Dragana Tomić (voice), and Obrad Milić (voice, diple, gusl...Click To Read More About This Product

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Release Date:09/08/2017;Notes:Zeitkratzer and it's special guests Svetlana Spajić (voice), Dragana Tomić (voice), and Obrad Milić (voice, diple, gusle), present traditional Serbian songs from and about World War I. Within it's 20 years of existence, Reinhold Friedl's ensemble Zeitkratzer has proved it's interpretational mastership on a wide range of fields such as contemporary/avant-garde composers, electronic artists, industrial underground, and probably most surprising on this list, traditional music/folklore as documented on the two albums Volksmusik (ZKR 002CD, 2009) and Neue Volksmusik (ZKR 014CD, 2012). For Serbian War Songs, a selection of traditional songs from and about World War I, the "modern composition supergroup" (as they've called by The Wire), have invited some special guests: the renowned singers Svetlana Spajić and Dragana Tomić (who both worked with Robert Wilson, amongst others) and the diple/gusle player Obrad Milić. Reinhold Friedl and Svetlana Spajić (probably the most acknowledged expert for traditional songs in Serbia) selected some traditional Serbian songs from and about World War I, and Obrad Milić contributed "Assassination In Sarajevo", a song in the classic epic form he had learnt from his father Bogdan, a famous gusla player at the beginning of the 20th century. Commissioned by Berlin's Haus Der Kulturen Der Welt, the performance was recorded and mixed by long-time Zeitkratzer sound engineer Martin Wurmnest and mastered by Mike Grinser at Dubplates & Mastering. Comes in a gatefold sleeve 180 gram vinyl Includes download code Edition of 300.


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