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    Default Catholic Serbs called "Croats" singing Dinaric style traditional song

    because real Croats have nothing with Balkan culture, they are Central Europeans. These are just Serbs in denial.

    And they are little bit swarthy aren't they?





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    Another proof of Serbian obsession. Sick.

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    Can Croats explain this Balkan cultural shift in these so-called "Croats"? I even saw some of them singing with gusle. Unbelievable.

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    My Cathooic Serb called Croatian neighbours sing "klapa" which they adopted from coastal Dalmatians recently, it's not their native singing.




    Here is one of them play gusle their native instrument and also native of Orthodox Serbs and Montenegrins.

    Last edited by Varda; 12-05-2020 at 09:31 PM.

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    What is the name of this type of singing?
    E thuaj mikut t shqiptarve, q kur t vij pranvera, do t plehrojm Kosovn me eshtrat e serbve, sepse, ne Shqiptart, kemi vuajtur shum pr t harruar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glauk View Post
    What is the name of this type of singing?
    First video which I posted is "klapa", traditional singing of Dalmatian coast and islands https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klapa

    In Dalmatian hinterland, Lika, western Bosnia and Herzegovina traditional singing is "ojkalica" ("groktalica").

    Serbian "groktalica" from Žegar https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Žegar,_Croatia


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    Quote Originally Posted by Varda View Post
    First video which I posted is "klapa", traditional singing of Dalmatian coast and islands https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klapa

    In Dalmatian hinterland, Lika, western Bosnia and Herzegovina traditional singing is "ojkalica" ("groktalica").

    Serbian "groktalica" from Žegar https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Žegar,_Croatia

    Wow nice one very similar,
    I have read once about a type called ganga, which almost literally means song in Albanian,
    Very similar to our iso-poliphony
    E thuaj mikut t shqiptarve, q kur t vij pranvera, do t plehrojm Kosovn me eshtrat e serbve, sepse, ne Shqiptart, kemi vuajtur shum pr t harruar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glauk View Post
    Wow nice one very similar,
    I have read once about a type called ganga, which almost literally means song in Albanian,
    Very similar to our iso-poliphony
    Ganga is in Herzegovina https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ganga_(music)

    Herzegovinian ganga (Croatians).


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