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  • E gde si care!!! Goran e legenda!!!!!
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  • Bregovic, gave an open air concert in Chisinau last week!
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  • Bravo Bravissimo dear Doina ! thanks for sharing Art.
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  • Really, your pps is a HIT like the music used!

    Great, about the talents of Eastern Europe and usually, this talents are absorbed by Paris!

    The music presents the interferences with our culture in this side of Europe!

    Congratulations, from ROMANIA

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  • Dear Doina

    What can I say? A beautiful presentation for a great artist. His music is remarkable.

    Thanks for sharing


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  • 3. Birthday: 03/22/1950 Birthplace: Sarajevo, Yugoslavia (now Bosnia and Herzegovina) Occupation: Musician Sign: Aries Nickname: Brega
  • 4. He first turned to film work in 1978, composing the score to Mica Milosevic's Nije Nego; Bregovic's most fruitful collaboration was with director Emir Kusturica, for whom he score 1989's Dom Za Vesanje, 1993's Arizona Dream, 1995's Cannes Film Festival winner Underground and 1998's Crna Macka, Beli Macor.
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  • 6. In the end of '70s and all through the '80s, he was the leader of the most popular Yugoslav band "Bijelo dugme" (from Sarajevo). They published more than 10 LPs, selling altogether more than 15 million copies. He was the first one to introduce "shepperd's rock" (a kind of folk-rock) into popular Yugoslav music. He plays guitar and sometimes sings. Very prolific composer, he turned more towards world music since he left Yugoslavia. He lives in Paris.
  • 7. In the Deathcar Dreams Old home movie TV screen 7/8 & 11/8 Get the money Gunpowder Gypsy reggae Death This is a film Babylon Ausensija Man from Reno In the death car La nuit sacree Parfum Paranoia Dreams Indecent sacrifice Get the money La nuit de la st. Barthélémy Ederlezi Scena pojavljivanja majke Scena Perhanove pogibije Kustino oro Borino oro Glavna tema Tango Pjesma Talijanska Ederlezi Elo Hi (Canto Nero) Rondinella La nuit de la Saint Barthelemy Le matin Lullaby Runda Neruda U te sam se zaljubila La chasse Margot Recontre Marguerite de Valois et Henri de Navarre Le mariage La nuit Elo Hi Kalasnjikov Ausencia Mesecina Ya ya (ringe ringe raja) Cajesukarije Wedding War Underground Underground tango The belly button of the world Sheva
  • 8. Bregović commands an ensemble that matches his larger-than-life persona. A rowdy brass band, bagpipes, a string ensemble, a tuxedo-clad all-male choir from Belgrade, and traditional Bulgarian and Roma singers make up his dynamic 40-piece band and orchestra. Bregović’s compositions, extending Balkan musical inspirations to innovative extremes, draw upon European classicism and Balkan rhythms, evoking rock’s searing power as well as the repose of sacred sounds–all fueled by the insistent drive of brass.
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