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Title: Yugoslavia: Koco Racin
Style: Folk
MP3 album: 1225 mb
FLAC album: 1107 mb
Rating: 4.1
Genre: Folk and Country

Koco Racin Ensemble ‎– Yugoslavia: Koco Racin. Label: Monitor Records (2) ‎– MF 375.

The founding assembly of the Cultural-artistic company "Koco Racin", Skopje was held on th. .

Album: Chants et danses de Yougoslavie, no. 2 : Macédoine. Ensemble folklorique de Skopje "Koco Racin": best 2 tracks. Cum Memedov, Ensemble folklorique de Skopje "Koco Racin" - Danse chope Chants et danses de Yougoslavie, no. 2 : Macédoine, 2014 01:43. Akif, Ensemble folklorique de Skopje "Koco Racin", Zija - Musique de noce Chants et danses de Yougoslavie, no. 2 : Macédoine, 2014 03:12. Artist: Ensemble folklorique de Skopje "Koco Racin".

Starting in 1928, Kočo Racin wrote songs, stories, literary-historical articles, pieces for several magazines, literary critiques, and essays. In his essay "The Development of Our New Literature", he argued that the most correct and plausible way to develop modern literature in Macedonia was to build it from the inexhaustible riches of Macedonian folklore, combined with progressive social views. His most notable work was the small collection White Dawns (Beli mugri), which was published in Zagreb in 1939.

Kočo (Kosta Solev) Racin was born in 1908 in Veles, in the Kosovo Vilayet of the Ottoman Empire (present-day Republic of Macedonia). He was raised in a very poor family. His father, Apostol was a potter who earned just enough to feed his family, and he could not support Racin financially in his education. Racin finished just one year in the local high school at the age of thirteen, and then worked in his father's pottery workshop. Campaigner in the Communist movement. In 1926, Racin became a member of the local Committee of KPJ in Veles, and in November 1928, he participated in the Fourth Congress of KPJ in Dresden as the only delegate from Macedonia. After returning to Yugoslavia he was arrested, but three months later he was freed because of insufficient evidence. In April 1929 he went into army service in Požarevac. In 1929, the party organization in Macedonia collapsed.

Coco is the debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Colbie Caillat. The album was released on July 17, 2007 in the United States, debuting at number six on the US Billboard 200, selling 51,000 copies in its first week. It also became Caillat's best-selling album to date, selling 2,100,000 copies in the United States and over 3,000,000 copies around the world. Caillat supported the album with the Coco World Tour, as well as four singles


A1 Girl's Dance From Shumadia (Serbian) 6:28
A2 Dremle Mi Se Dremle = I Would Like To Go To Sleep (Macedonian, Bitola Region) 3:26
A3 Splet : Suite Of Dances (Croatian) 8:19
A4 Shepherds' Dance From Komolje (Serbian) 1:45
B1 Chopska Petorka = Beer Drinking Dance (Macedonian) 1:43
B2 Kitce Mi Padna = The Bouquet Has Fallen From My Hand (Macedonian) 2:26
B3 Kitka : Suite Of Popular Dances (Macedonian, Bitola Region) 7:59
B4 Stojan Na Stanka Velese = Stojan Speaks To Stanka (Macedonian) 3:06
B5 Kitka : Suite Of Dances (Macedonian, Bitola Region) 4:19