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Slovenija okoli sveta je kompilacija skladb priznanih slovenskih izvajalcev, ki delijo sodobno vizijo ljudske glasbe in v skladu z njo interpretirajo ter oživljajo slovensko glasbeno dediščino. Tradicionalne motive prepletajo z vplivi svetovnih glasbenih stilov ter ustvarjajo umetelno globalno-lokalno dinamiko. V njihovi glasbi se mešajo elementi alpskega, panonskega, mediteranskega sveta in Balkana. Odkrivajo dediščino tamburaških orkestrov, istrskih plesov in romske glasbe ter vse skupaj stapljajo z ritmi Afrike, Brazilije in judovskega klezmer šansona. Poleg tega pa vsaka skladba dodatno nosi še oseben pečat in estetska merila vsakega posameznega izvajalca.
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Leading contemporary Slovenian ethno musicians meet world music. About the artists:
Rugged rock rhythms, funky beats, elaborate arrangements and electric instruments. Katalena have blended these contemporary forms of musical creativity with traditional Slovenian folk music. By digging through the archives and dusting off old songbooks and vinyl records, they have rediscovered and revived the colourful musical legacies of various Slovenian regions.
The ‘Patetico' cabaret concert merges music with the spoken word in an innovative way. Based on the musical legacy of world famous artists and fresh lyrics written in Slovene, it tries to reinstate the notion of ‘pathetic' as something positive. At the same time it serves as a reminder of the fact that we all love stories with happy endings and that sorrow and melancholy can be filled with beauty.
Vita Mavrič, chanson singer, actress, founder and Art Director of the ‘Cafe teater' theatre and a UNICEF Ambassador. She launched her musical career in 1987 and established herself as a successful solo artist by putting the poetry of several Slovene poets (such as Janez Menart, Ervin Fritz and Milan Jesih) to music. Since then she has chanelled her creativity towards the genre of Slovenian chanson.
The Hamlet Express machinery fuels on the creativity of a poet who brings out the sound and meaning of the poetic word in everyday life. He exorcizes the impure odour of profit from musical creativity and replaces it with a sense of nostalgic melancholy. He collaborates with friends and not entrepreneurs. He is not a businessman but a storyteller recounting tales of life and the beauty of transcendence.
Bossa de Novo is a chamber jazz formation and the only Slovenian band dealing with Brazilian musical expessions, more precisely, with bossa nova. Their repertoire comprises reshaped material created by glamorous names of Brazilian music, jazz standards and Slovenian folk songs.
This song is a remake of a folk song from Prekmurje. It was included in the 2007 tourist video spot for Slovenia which won several prestigious international awards. ‘Gizdava' is based on the five-beat meter, an unique European feature which can no longer be found in contemporary compositions. It is performed by Katice, a vocal group from Ljubljana, specializing in folk songs from every Slovenian region, in particular those from the periphery of the Slovene ethnic territory - Rezija, Bela Krajina, Istria and Prekmurje.
When Terrafolk took on the task of remaking certain early Renaissance musical compositions, they came across a saltarello by an anonymous author. It reminded them of familiar Istrian tunes, so they added a touch of Idricism, a spoonful of happy mental and some inevitable elements of contemporary musical styles.
Šukar is a tamburizza ensemble made up of active members of Ljubljana's tamburizza folklore groups. Their repertoire includes gypsy music from all over Europe. The material is gathered from written and recorded songs as well as songs that have been passed down orally. The songs are then rearranged and remade in Šukar's own unique style and performed in their new form.
Maja Osojnik is a singer and instrumentalist whose compositions and arrangements comprise elements from various musical backgrounds, from jazz, classical music and rock to free improvisation. She takes on Slovenian folk songs, which she interprets with her edgy performance and heavy alto, gliding between respectful caution and total decomposition in doing so.
Fake Orchestra was founded in 1997 by guitar player Igor Leonardi. Besides writing their own material, its members also produce fresh interpretations of Slovenian traditional songs and well-known standards. The sounds of Italian pop songs, Spanish romances and Bosnian sevdalinkas are interwined with the echoes of jazz evergreens, African and Latin rhythms, offering the listener a conglomeration of styles they themselves describe as a ‘fake' melting pot.
Čompe are a mixture of different notions. Their musical creativity glides easily between arrangements and compositions. They howl at the moon lightheartedly and familiarise the listener with texts created by Dane Zajc, Andrej Rozman - Roza, Edvard Kocbek, Milan Jesih and other Slovene poets. At the same time they base their hearty lumpenproletarian music on a harmonious cacophony of sounds.
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