Glad you liked it, guys! The songs deal with universal human problems and they have, like most folk music, a timeless quality. The band are thrilled to be touring this album in Australia: May 13 ,
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Though ii times have changed, Leb i Sol remain bearers of Macedonian culture incorporating the folk music of their homeland with the modern sounds of instrumental jazz and rock.
It is a traditional Macedonian song that has been remade by a guitarist named Vlatko Stefanovski and his legendary Macedonian rock group, Leb i Sol in times where Yugoslavia stood proud and peaceful.
Leb i sol - Uči me majko, karaj me (Учи ме мајко, карај ме)
Can anyone confirm that? After reading VictorUK's topic found here: The first four bars starts withthe fifth seemes likeand the twelveth seemes like Belgrade, Serbia Member No.: Vlatko is an amazing artist Glad you liked it, guys!
May 11 Yeah, this is the song which made Leb i Sol famous! She advises him to build a fountain — a source of zol for the village — something so taken for granted in modern society. May 13 Bogdan Radovic View Member Profile.
In most of them the rhythm is irregular The songs deal with universal human problems and they em, like most folk music, a timeless quality. Sinisa Cekic View Member Profile. I asked Bodan to describe the sounds.
Leb i sol - Uči me majko, karaj me (Учи ме мајко, карај ме) lyrics
Here's a version that I like IMG: I feel that way all the time, man If you were a traveller and you arrived at a Macedonian village in the not-so-distant past, you would be offered these simple but nourishing provisions; bread baked by the household and salt for flavour and to mxjko the vital bodily salts lost on the travels. Check it out here: The band are thrilled to be touring this album in Australia: Love the vibe of this md, its kinda nostalgic Daniel Realpe View Member Profile.
Beautiful song indeed IMG: We would like Australians to hear our music, to feel our energy and I think all together we will have a good time.
The music uses the Phrygian major scale, familiar in Middle Eastern music, however the major tone gives the music a bitter-sweet quality. Zsolt Galambos View Member Profile. For Australian audiences, Macedonian folk music may seem like a foreign proposition. Most recently they performed with symphony orchestra but on their Australian tour they will come as a five piece with Bodan, bass, Nikola Kokan Dimushevski, keyboards, Micho Bozikov, lead guitar and Mihail Parushev on drums.
Through msjko line-ups they even had a certified guitar hero in Vltako Stefanovski for a period the band have remained true to their original sound but sometimes with different configurations. karak
What is more intriguing is how they incorporate this with Macedonian folk music. Skip to main content. Divine song, among my favorites IMG: Vasilije Vukmirovic View Member Profile.