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  • #459656
    Sara P.
    Sara P.
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    @sara_popovic

    Folk music is cherished as one of the top treasures of Slavic tradition and culture and has been preserved in its original state for centuries. During
    [See the full post at: 10 Most Interesting Slavic Folk Instruments]

    #459669

    Kapitán Denis
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    @kapitan-denis

    Fujara is of Romanian (Vlach) origin. If Vlachs didn’t assimilate, fujara wouldn’t be on this list.

    #459672

    Mak Murtić
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    @mak_murtic

    Moraš čekirati i sopelu i zurne (iako su zurni de facto osmanlijski instrument, ali se koristi u Makedoniji i Bugarskoj). Gajde takoder – kaba gaida, djura gaida <3 . Lijerica, tamburica, balalaika, ima ih hrpa 🙂

    #459674
    Sara P.
    Sara P.
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    @sara_popovic

    @mak_murtic Pregledala sam sve instrumente i stvarno sam se iznenadila koliko ih ima.. Slažem se da puno toga fali na listi, bio je baš težak zadatak odabrati samo 10 instrumenata 🙂

    #459676

    Mak Murtić
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    @mak_murtic

    Slijedeci post – 10 more instruments 😀

    #459681

    Dušan
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    @dusan

    It’s a bit weird that you have hurdy-gurdy and okarina, but no tambura, improvised violins from northern Slovakia, gusle, cimbalom etc. I know it’s hard to this, and to choose from vast number of instruments, but like this you could’ve easily put harmonica and jew’s harp on the list…

    #459770

    NikeBG
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    @nikebg

    Let’s not forget the most Serbian memetic instrument of all – the accordion.

    #459771

    Dušan
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    @dusan

    @NikeBG first a trumpet intro, then accordion

    #459774

    Kapitán Denis
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    @kapitan-denis

    LOL

    #459783
    Sara P.
    Sara P.
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    @sara_popovic

    My main focus when picking the instruments was choosing the ones I found most interesting and unique. However, as I read your replies I can see I might have taken a wrong turn 😀 So thanks, your comments will be very valuable for my future articles on this subject. 🙂

    #459786

    Dušan
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    @dusan

    @sara_popovic relax, it’s your article 😀 For example hurdy gurdy and ocarina are indeed very interesting as Slavic instruments, I certainly never saw them as such and that’s the point of your article isn’t it?

    #474218

    r0073rr0r
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    @ortakvelja

    Missing Gusle

    #474249

    pollex
    Participant
    @pollex

    Missing Ukrainian Bandura:

    #474251

    pollex
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    @pollex
    #474252

    pollex
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    @pollex

    The Ukrainain version of Hurdy-gurdy is known as Lira (Ліра)

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