Peva Vaso Bukvi

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Peva Vaso Bukvi

 by zokib on Wed Feb 05 2014, 08:30

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Broj poruka : 19
Godina : 49
Lokacija : Beograd
Points : 30
Datum upisa : 01.02.2014

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Re: Peva Vaso Bukvi

 by zokib on Wed Feb 05 2014, 11:29

Jovan Stojkovi "Babunski"
About the songs: The first track, Komitska Pesma, an early version of the patriotic song Spremte Se Spremte etnici (or Srpska mi truba zatrubi ) , dates back to 1908 after guerillas fought valliantly under the command of Serbian Vojvoda Jovan Stojkovi "Babunski" (pictured at right) against Turkish regulars at the battle of Drenovo, in Macedonia. It was composed shortly after the battle by former Serbian Orthodox monk and etnik soldier Jeremija (Jovan) Grkovi "Gapon", (born in Orahovac, Prizren, in 1879, he was killed in the fighting at Kumanovo in 1912). This song became very popular in the United States after WWI and tamburitza legend Duan Jovanovi recorded his own version in November of 1925 for the Columbia record label in New York. With the onset of WWII Spremte Se Spremte was popularized again by such greats as Edo Ljubi, who recorded it on July 30, 1942 for RCA-Victor, and Raa Radenkovi and Mirko Markovi who recorded a version for the Sonart label. This track was recorded on July 23, 1924 in Richmond, Indiana and features lead vocals by Vaso Bukvi.

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Broj poruka : 19
Godina : 49
Lokacija : Beograd
Points : 30
Datum upisa : 01.02.2014

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