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Title: The Tamburitza Ensemble Of Zagreb Featuring The Voice Of Marko Novosel
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Genre: Pop / Folk and Country

Ansambl "Tamburica" - Zagreb With Marko Novosel ‎– Po Lojtrici Gor I Dol. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Tamburitza Ensemble Of Zagreb Featuring The Voice Of Marko Novosel. Tamburitza Ensemble Of Zagreb Featuring The Voice Of Marko Novosel - Tamburitza Ensemble Of Zagreb Featuring The Voice Of Marko Novosel ‎(LP, Album). Monitor Records (2). MFS 478.

Ansambl "Tamburica" - Zagreb Pjeva Marko Novosel ‎– Po Lojtrici Gor I Dol. Label: Jugoton ‎– LPY-V-675. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Repress.

Ansambl "Tamburica" - Zagreb With Marko Novosel ‎– Po Lojtrici Gor I Dol.

Tamburitza Ensemble Of Zagreb Featuring The Voice Of Marko Novosel - Po Lojtrici Gor I Dol (Album). Grupa Dalmatinaca Petra Tralića, Ensemble Tamburica Zagreb - Souvenirs De Dalmatie, Souvenirs De Zagorje ‎(7").

Tamburitza Ensemble, Marko Novosel - Tamburitza Ensemble Of Zagreb Featuring The Voice Of Marko Novosel ‎(LP, Album).

Tamburica (/tæmˈbʊərɪtsə/ or /ˌtæmbəˈrɪtsə/) or Tamboura (Serbo-Croatian: tamburica, тамбурица, meaning "little tamboura"; Hungarian: tambura; Greek: Ταμπουράς, sometimes written tamburrizza or tamburitza) refers to a family of long-necked lutes popular in Southern Europe and Central Europe, especially Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia (especially Vojvodina), Slovenia, and Hungary. It is also known in Burgenland.

Tamburitza music is primarily associated with the northern, Pannonian part of the country. It is sometimes said that the first sextet of tambura players was formed by Pajo Kolarić of Osijek in 1847. In 1971 one of the most famous and long lasting tamburitza ensembles Slavonski Bećari was formed led by the legend of tamburitza music Antun Nikolić Tuca. The folk music of Zagorje, an area north of Zagreb, is known for small orchestras consisting of Violins, Cimbule, Tamburice and Harmonike. The Tamburica (also known as tambura) is the Croatian national string instrument. The Zagreb band Elemental also burst into the scene featuring one of the few Croatian female rappers.

Tracklist

A1 Po Lojtrici Gor I Dol 2:42
A2 Pozdrav Zagorju 3:25
A3 Meknite Se, Use Gorje 2:40
A4 Turopolski, Drmeš 1:53
A5 Ti Si Rajski Cvijet 2:19
A6 I Dodji Lolo 1:26
A7 Remetsko Kolo 1:32
A8 Samoborci Piju Vino Z Lonci 1:43
B1 Ljubica, Ljubica Mala
B2 Tko Je, Srce, U Te Dirno 3:25
B3 Todora Kolo 1:43
B4 Tiha Noći 2:40
B5 Kad Be Ove Ruže Male 2:15
B6 Svatovski Drmeš 2:22
B7 Zvoni Zvonce 2:08
B8 I Sinoć Sam, Mila Majko 2:19