Izvika

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Izvika (Serbian Cyrillic: извика), Naglas (наглас) or Kajda (кајда) is a traditional polyphonic folk singing in southwestern Serbia, in the Zlatibor region (Užice),[1] although similar styles are also found in Vlasotince[2] and other parts of the country. It is sung in a duet. A folk dance, sakajdo, accompanies the singing.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ Poznanović & Vlahović 1988, p. 42.
  2. ^ Miodrag A. Vasiljević (1960). Mélodies populaires de la région de Leskovac. Naučno delo.
  3. ^ Olivera Vasić; Nikola Pantelić (1990). Narodne igre i zabave u titovoužičkom kraju. Srpska akademija nauka i umetnosti. p. 32.

Sources

  • Radoslav-Rade Poznanović; Petar Vlahović (1988). Création traditionelle populaire orale de la région de Užice. Etnografski institut Srpske akademije nauka i umetnosti.
  • Simpozijum seoski dani Sretena Vukosavljevića. 5–7. Opštinska zajednica obrazovanja. 1978. p. 266.
  • Bulletin de l'Institut etnographique. 38. Naučno delo. 1989. pp. 221–.

External links

External video
STUDIO 6 - Pevanje Izvika, YouTube video
Two old men singing izvika on the Zlatar mountain, YouTube video
  • "Друшто за неговање традиционалног певања ИЗВИКА".
  • "I mladi rado pevaju izvike".
  • "Studio 6: Pevanje izvika". RTS. [permanent dead link]
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