Balkan

Larry Vuckovich - Blue Balkan Then and Now (2002) {Tetrachord Music rec 1980, 2001}

Larry Vuckovich - Blue Balkan Then and Now (2002) {Tetrachord Music rec 1980, 2001}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 461 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 172 Mb
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© 1980, 2002 Tetrachord Music / Inner City | [None] / IC-1096
Jazz / Modal Music / Folk Jazz / Neo-Bop / Piano

Pianist Larry Vuckovich revisits his landmark 1980 recording on this combined reissue and new release. Prefiguring the much-lauded work of Dave Douglas and the Tiny Bell Trio, guitarist Brad Shepik, and even John Zorn, the Yugoslavian-born Vuckovich combines the ethnic melodies and rhythms from his native Balkans with modal jazz. Never as avant-garde as his contemporaries, Vuckovich nonetheless pushes the boundaries of both jazz and folk styles. The original tracks featured the brilliant vibe playing of Bobby Hutcherson, who unfortunately does not reprise his role on the four new pieces.

Mr Zarko - Balkan Herbal Clinic (2017)  Music

Posted by aasana at Dec. 24, 2017
Mr Zarko - Balkan Herbal Clinic (2017)

Mr Zarko - Balkan Herbal Clinic (2017)
Electronic, World, Disco | 50:53 mins | WEB FLAC (tracks) | 354 MB
Label: Kick The Flame

MR ŽARKO was born in the city of Čačak in the heartland of Serbia, just a stone’s throw away from the small village which is famous for hosting the legendary “Guca Trumpet Festival”. In the Balkans, people from the Čačak area enjoy a peculiar reputation, partly explained by MR ŽARKO as “folkloristical madness”: a very special form of insanity which he imported to Berlin several years ago. There the Serbs unique musical blend proved a hit with the club crowds and festivalgoers.

Atesh & Venera - Balkan Fiesta (2007)  Music

Posted by Domestos at Oct. 6, 2017
Atesh & Venera - Balkan Fiesta (2007)

Atesh & Venera - Balkan Fiesta (2007)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue, log) ~ 315.05 Mb + 20.11 Mb (Scans) | 50:22
Fusion, Ethno Jazz | Country: Bulgaria | Label: Atesh & Venera

Are you keen on experimental music which bears the mighty local spirit of the wedding but also an inventive curiosity toward exciting global sounds? If this is so, now is the moment to dash into the labyrinth of extraordinary and explosive fusion, spiced with an overdose of Balkan folk, jazz rock, Bulgarian, Romanian, Gypsy, and Turkish music!..

Through the Embers of Chaos: Balkan Journeys  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by First1 at Jan. 20, 2018
Through the Embers of Chaos: Balkan Journeys

Through the Embers of Chaos: Balkan Journeys by Dervla Murphy
English | October 30th, 2016 | ASIN: B0721QVTHH, ISBN: 0719562325, 0719565103 | 539 pages | EPUB | 1.63 MB

As Dervla Murphy crisscrossed the Balkans in a series of bicycle journeys towards the beginning and end of the 1990s, she recorded the griefs and confusions of the ordinary people, many of whom had showed extraordinary courage and resilience during that terrible ‘decade of decay’ and whose voices were so little heard during the conflict.
Economic and Policy Foundations for Growth in South East Europe: Remaking the Balkan Economy

A. Bennett, R. Kincaid, P. Sanfey, "Economic and Policy Foundations for Growth in South East Europe: Remaking the Balkan Economy"
English | 2015 | ISBN: 1137488336 | PDF | pages: 153 | 2.1 mb
The Bulgarian-Byzantine Wars for Early Medieval Balkan Hegemony: Silver-Lined Skulls and Blinded Armies (Repost)

The Bulgarian-Byzantine Wars for Early Medieval Balkan Hegemony: Silver-Lined Skulls and Blinded Armies By Dennis P. Hupchick
English | PDF | 2017 | 386 Pages | ISBN : 3319562053 | 5.5 MB

This book provides an interpretive narrative of the wars fought by Bulgaria against the Byzantine Empire for dominant control of the Balkan Peninsula during the early medieval era. Over a span of two centuries, from the early ninth through the early eleventh, and under the leadership of the Bulgarian rulers Krum, Simeon I, and Samuil, those conflicts evolved from simple confrontations for territorial possession into a life-or-death struggle for imperial precedence within the Orthodox world then emerging in Eastern Europe—a struggle that the Bulgarians ultimately lost.

Regional Economic Development in the Balkan Region  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by readerXXI at July 18, 2017
Regional Economic Development in the Balkan Region

Regional Economic Development in the Balkan Region
by Teoman Duman and Merdzana Obralic
English | 2016 | ISBN: 1443885274 | 358 Pages | PDF | 1.76 MB
Balkan Holocausts?: Serbian and Croatian Victim Centered Propaganda and the War in Yugoslavia

Balkan Holocausts?: Serbian and Croatian Victim Centered Propaganda and the War in Yugoslavia by David Bruce Macdonald
English | Apr. 19, 2003 | ISBN: 071906466X | 321 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

Balkan Holocausts? compares and contrasts Serbian and Croatian propaganda from 1986 to 1999, analyzing each group's contemporary interpretations of history and current events. It offers a detailed discussion of holocaust imagery and the history of victim-centered writing in nationalism theory, including the links between the comparative genocide debate, the so-called holocaust industry, and Serbian and Croatian nationalism. No studies on Yugoslavia have thus far devoted significant space to such analysis.
The Bulgarian-Byzantine Wars for Early Medieval Balkan Hegemony: Silver-Lined Skulls and Blinded Armies

The Bulgarian-Byzantine Wars for Early Medieval Balkan Hegemony: Silver-Lined Skulls and Blinded Armies By Dennis P. Hupchick
English | PDF | 2017 | 386 Pages | ISBN : 3319562053 | 5.5 MB

This book provides an interpretive narrative of the wars fought by Bulgaria against the Byzantine Empire for dominant control of the Balkan Peninsula during the early medieval era. Over a span of two centuries, from the early ninth through the early eleventh, and under the leadership of the Bulgarian rulers Krum, Simeon I, and Samuil, those conflicts evolved from simple confrontations for territorial possession into a life-or-death struggle for imperial precedence within the Orthodox world then emerging in Eastern Europe—a struggle that the Bulgarians ultimately lost.

NATO's Empty Victory: A Postmortem on the Balkan War  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at June 27, 2017
NATO's Empty Victory: A Postmortem on the Balkan War

NATO's Empty Victory: A Postmortem on the Balkan War by Ted Galen Carpenter
English | Jan. 15, 2000 | ISBN: 188257785X | 208 Pages | PDF | 38 MB

The Clinton administration and the other NATO governments boast that the alliance won a great victory in its war against Yugoslavia.
Within days of the end of the fighting, policy-oriented scholars began writing up the lessons and meaning of the Kosovo conflict (March-June 1999). The arguments assembled in this collection probe deeper into the diplomatic and moral rationale for the NATO-led conflict with Serbia. Readers familiar with the CATO Institute, an independent Washington think-tank, will find that this text adopts its generally conservative line.