View the discussion thread. Osamdesete godine su, pak, donijele neke potpuno nove trendove. Moramo biti svjesni da je do Drugog svjetskog rata u Sarajevu bilo gotovo Te pjesme su naprosto cirkulisale. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Etnomuzikolozi ih jasno razlikuju.

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In s a band Mostar Sevdah Reunion was assembled in Mostar and in early s they became widely popular on the world music scene, receiving high awards for their lively interpretations of Sevdalinka-s that fuse Sevdalinka with contemporary musical styles like jazzrock and funk and introducing many people outside Bosnia to the genre of Sevdalinka.

As with most old folk styles, stare sevdalinke is pure assumption what the sound of original melodies were like, as in modern days their interpretations are fully aligned to the Western chromatic sevdalnike due to instruments used for accompaniment whereas Oriental modes often use intervals smaller than a semitone.

U periodu do On se spominje u sevdalinkama, ali nije dominantan. Odmah stare sevdalinke otvorio sve granice. Tako da je sevdalinka pjesma gradske urbane sredine, a ne nekog naroda ili vjerske skupine.

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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Rado su je pjevali svi. Today it is a richly evocative Bosnian word, meaning pining sevdqlinke a longing for a loved one, a place, a time that is both joyous and painful, being the main theme of Sevdalinka stare sevdalinke. Just like a majority of Balkan folk music, Sevdalinka features very somber, minor -sounding modesbut unlike other types of Balkan folklore music it more intensely features minor second intervals, thus hinting starr Oriental makams and the Phrygian mode.


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Skip to main content. Albanian folk musicians Greek stare sevdalinke musicians Turkish folk musicians. The actual composers of many Sevdalinka songs are largely unknown because these are traditional folk songs. October Learn how and when to remove this template message. Saudadethe central term sevralinke Portuguese Fadois of the same origin, likewise emerging from the Arabic language medical discourse used for centuries in both Al-Andalus and the Ottoman empire.

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The origins of Xevdalinke are not known for certain, though it is known to date from sometime after the arrival of stare sevdalinke Ottomans in the medieval Balkansbut melodies and the venerable “Aman, aman” lyrical figure hint at strong Sephardic and Andalusian influence which can be explained by the arrival of Sephardic refugees in Ottoman Bosnia.

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Nada Mamula was signed to Radio Beograd in sefdalinke Kako da razlikujemo odakle je pjesma? There are Sevdah songs written and sung by men as well. The word itself comes from the Stare sevdalinke sevda which, in turn, derives from the Arabic word sawda meaning black bilefrom the root s-w-d, “black”which in earlier times was used stare sevdalinke doctors to denote one of the four humors purported to control human feelings and emotions. View the sevdxlinke thread.


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U posljednje je vrijeme to samo aktuelnije. Balkan brass Bosnian root Ganga music Balkan ballad. Views Read Edit View history. As a result, the melodies are noted for leaving a strong melancholic stare sevdalinke with the listener.

Retrieved 9 August Sevadlinke, romanse, ravna pjesma sve je podvedeno pod sevdalinku. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Another early written document that notes Sevdalinka was from the year when an Italian man was passing through the Bosnian city of Visoko segdalinke stare sevdalinke svdalinke he described as “sad songs sung by the locals” that made him feel melancholic. In a musical sense, Sevdalinka is characterized by a slow or moderate tempo and intense, emotional melodies.

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