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Branislav Kovačev - Balkan Jazz Of Lala Kovačev Balkanski Džez album mp3

Branislav Kovačev - Balkan Jazz Of Lala Kovačev Balkanski Džez album mp3
Performer:
Branislav Kovačev
Album:
Balkan Jazz Of Lala Kovačev Balkanski Džez
Released:
2013
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Branislav Lala Kovačev (Serbian Cyrillic: Бранислав „Лала Ковачев; November 19, 1939 in Kikinda, Serbia - September 2, 2012 in Hvar, Croatia) was a Yugoslavian-Serbian jazz musician, drummer, bandleader and composer. Widely considered a key figure in the history of Balkan Ethno jazz.

Serbian jazz t, a pioneer in 'world music' in Yugoslavia (LP "Balkan Impressions" 1982). Used to be leader of few groups in 70s and early 80s including 'European Jazz Consensus', 'International Jazz Consensus' and ''Lala Kovačev Group'. His early carear started with 'Dixieland Ansambl "Dinamo"', 'Jazz Orkestar Radio Beograd'/'Big Band RTB' and continued with 'Trio/Kvartet Vasilija Beloševića' and 'Ansambl Metronom'. Since 1965 Lala has been working abroad

Title: Balkan Jazz Of Lala Kovačev - Balkanski Džez Lale Kovačeva Performer: Branislav Kovačev Год: 2019 Apr 30 Genre: Jazz music Folk, World, & Country music Style: Free Improvisation Fusion Folk Contemporary Jazz This album was released on lable WMAS Records (catalog num WMAS cd 245/246) Country: Serbia Duration: 09:17:29 Format/codec: tracks, MP3 Audio bitrate: 320 kbps. The album included the following session artists: Accordion, Vocals Vladeta Kandić. Arranged By Branislav Kovačev. Backing Vocals Julija Perić. Backing Vocals Kristina Stojković.

of released: 2013 Category: Style: Related Music albums to Balkan Jazz Of Lala Kovačev Balkanski Džez by Branislav Kovačev. Scarlet (Serbia) - Архива '87-'91. Trio Balkan Strings - Balkan Strings

Serbian jazz t, a pioneer in 'world music' in Yugoslavia (LP "Balkan Impressions" 1982). Since 1965 Lala has been working abroad.

Branislav Lala Kovacev was a jazz musician, drummer, bandleader and composer. He was a founding member and leader of the European Jazz Consensus, the International Jazz Consensus and the Lala Kovacev Group, where he developed a unique fusion style blending traditional Balkan folk music and it's complex rhythms with jazz. His 1982 album, "Balkan Impressions" highlighted Lala Kovacev's importance to the history of Balkan Ethno Jazz and his contribution to the origins of the World music genre.

Branislav Lala Kovacev (November 19, 1939. September 04, 2012  .

A tribute to Branislav Lala Kovačev, serbian drummer extraordinaire, and one of the key figures of the Balkan Jazz "movement". It should have been his 75th birthday today, but he changed this environment of ours for a better place 2 years ago, hence this podcast is made in beloving memory of the man and his music. Lala Kovačev featured on drums and/or percussion on all tracks.

Lala Kovačev Group was founded in 1982 by extraordinary inventive drummer Lala Kovacev. The group played unique and original jazz fusion style based on traditional Balkan folklore and jazz, and released three albums with different musician lineups from 1982 to 1987: Personnel on Balkan Impressions (1982) : Branislav Lala Kovačev - drums Paul Grabowsky - piano Gunter Klatt - tenor & soprano saxophone Jovan Maljoković - tenor & soprano saxophone Vojin. Lala Kovačev Group has been played on NTS in shows including Donna Leake, featured first on 30 April 2019. Personnel on Balkan Impressions (1982) : Branislav Lala Kovačev - drums Paul Grabowsky - piano Gunter Klatt - tenor & soprano saxophone Jovan Maljoković - tenor & soprano saxophone Vojin "Mališa" Draškoci - bass, el. bass Ljubomir Dimitrijević - fife, rog (horn), gajde (bagpipes), zurla Nenad "Sexy" Jelić

Branislav Lala Kovacev (1939-2012) was a Yugoslavian-Serbian jazz musician, drummer, bandleader and composer. He was a founding member and leader of the Europea. In February 1983, album was acknowledged by a legendary jazz producer and broadcaster on the Voice of America, Willis Conover and one whole episode of Jazz Hour show was devoted to "Balkan Impressions" of Lala Kovacev.