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No cleanup reason has been specified. December Learn how and when to remove this template message. Bosnia and Herzegovina culture Bosnia and Herzegovina music. Bosnian root music is a polyphonic, muziika more commonly heterophonic music, which is usually sung by two singers. The root of the music is unknown, but some characteristics, like different temperament from the standard music, suggest it is an old type of music.
Bosnian root music
The first singer starts the song, and after some number of syllables the other joins in. Bosnian root music izvorna bosanska muzika is polyphonic type of singing. Intervals used in this type of singing izvona minor and major secondwhich is characteristic for most of the Bosnian and Herzegovinian music, and some parts of Croatia. Now it is the most popular bosannska of rural music in Bosnia only. Articles lacking sources from December All articles lacking sources Articles needing cleanup from September All pages needing cleanup Cleanup tagged articles without a reason field from September Wikipedia pages needing cleanup from September This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards.
The songs are about all kinds of things from being a "lola" and "baraba", about love of a woman, having a good life, but also about sad things like mostly the war in Bosnia, or the bosxnska that expatriates experience about their home country.
Izvorna Muzika / Radio Rastusa
The most popular groups in Bosnia right now are " Raspjevane Meraklije ", "Mara i lole", and the brothers Begic. This page was last edited on 17 Mayat Views Read Edit View history.
More recently Bosnian root music has - in a humorous way - concentrated on some facets of the modern way of life, like the widespread use of Facebook and smartphones.
This article does not cite any sources. The music has proven to be a way for former enemies to become friends again. Please help improve this article if you can. It is connected to ganga and ravne pjesme, which are also characteristic for Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Retrieved from " https: The two singers differ in the use of ornaments, so usually the first one who started the song uses vibrato and trill while he is singing alone, and when the other joins in he uses no ornaments, while the other uses a lot of trill, which obsanska produced from throat giving the overall performance its characteristic detuned nature.
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Range of the iizvorna is usually very narrow, consisting of only few tones. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.