Various: World Music – Balkan

(Arranger: Hidan Mamudov)

  • Composer: Various
  • Arranger: Hidan Mamudov
  • Table of contents:
    Traditional: Ciribiribella
    Traditional: Moja Mala
    Traditional: Moj dilbere
    Traditional: Makedonsko Devojce
    Traditional: Uzecko Kolo
    Traditional: Rampi Rampi
    Traditional: Svadbarsko Horo
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Printed product

Diverse: Balkan for flexible ensemble (2 leading parts (C, Bb, Eb), accordion, guitar, piano, bass (double bass/electric bass), percussion) | UE35572

Easy ensemble literature for teaching

  • Edition type: Sheet music with CD
  • Series: World Music
  • Grade: 2-7
  • Edition info: score with CD (incl. digital file of parts on CD)
  • ISBN: 978-3-7024-7104-0
  • ISMN: 979-0-008-08436-2
€22.95
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Description

The Balkans - where Europe meets Asia... All the cultural diversity of the Balkans is reflected in its varied and colourful music. Hidan Mamudov's selection of pieces from the region, in arrangements for ensemble and separate play-along editions for solo instruments, will provide new experiences for middle-grade players and beyond…
The pieces are selected from Turkey, Hungary, Croatia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina. Included are fascinating historical notes about the music and descriptions of traditional instruments. Special playing techniques are explained and performance tips will help players achieve an authentic sound. All this, together with the CDs of demonstration performances and play-along tracks is sure to be inspirational.

Sample Pages

Contents

  • Traditional: Ciribiribella
  • Traditional: Moja Mala
  • Traditional: Moj dilbere
  • Traditional: Makedonsko Devojce
  • Traditional: Uzecko Kolo
  • Traditional: Rampi Rampi
  • Traditional: Svadbarsko Horo

Audiosamples

Moj dilbere
00:00
Rampi Rampi
00:00
Uzecko kolo
00:00
Moja mala
00:00
Ciribiribella
00:00
Svadbarsko horo
00:00
Makedonsko devojce
00:00

Reviews

Suitable for grades 2-7, many of the pieces look quite simple on the page,... but their up-tempo realisation is another matter.
Stringendo Magazine 10/2014 (Hollis Taylor)

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