Mart , Diskoton, with the Crni Dijamanti ensemble. Music of Southeastern Europe the Balkans. Pesma prijatelju , Jugoton, Serbezovski briefly involved himself in Bosnian politics in the s. Albania performers Bosnia and Herzegovina performers Bulgaria performers Croatia performers Cyprus performers Greece performers Kosovo performers Moldova performers Montenegro performers North Macedonia performers Romania performers Serbia performers Slovenia performers Turkey performers Yugoslavia performers.
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For him, his work gives a much more authentic insight on Roma people than novels from non-Romani writers, who usually use Romani characters only to set up an atmosphere. Muharem Serbezovski defines himself as one of the few Romani intellectuals. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Cultural Politics and Balkan Music in Diaspora. Retrieved from ” https: He first followed Stevo and Esma to Belgradeat that time the capital city of Yugoslavia and its main cultural hub.
Most of his work is sung in Serbo-Croatian. Disko OrijentJugoton, Views Read Edit View history. His fictional works revolve on Romani identity and are for him a way to write about his own culture.
U haremu druez, Jugoton, Nonetheless, Muharem Serbezovski always tried to reach a wide audience and also explored various kinds of music, including Indian music. Music of Southeastern Europe the Balkans. He is responsible for the first Romani translation opbelele the Qur’an and is himself an author, having penned several novels and poems. The first one makes reference to a character of the eponymous Indian filmthe latter refers to a Hindu epic poem, Ramayana.
His political career was closely linked to his Romani activism and his own assimilation to Bosnian culture. His main inspiration is Romani music but he has widely explored and blended other styles, especially Turkish music. He also published an essay, Cigani i ljudska prava “Gypsies and human rights” in Known for his Romani activism, he served a term as a member of the Bosnian parliament in the s.
He is also a writer and translator and was briefly in Bosnian politics in the s.
Her style was inspired by mainstream pop music and the Indian Romani heritage, while Serbezovski wanted to develop a music closer to Turkish and Arabic cultures. Although born in Macedonia, he has been living in Sarajevo since During the Bosnian Warhe fully identified as a Bosnian and sang many war songs. Inhe said he considered that violence against women was normal and part of the Balkan tradition, and caused outrage among the public and the Bosnian NGO sector.
Albania performers Bosnia and Herzegovina performers Bulgaria performers Croatia performers Cyprus performers Greece performers Kosovo performers Moldova performers Montenegro performers North Macedonia performers Romania performers Serbia performers Slovenia performers Turkey performers Yugoslavia performers.
This page was last edited on 11 Januaryat MartDiskoton, with the Crni Dijamanti ensemble.
He started his career as pobellele writer and translator in the s when he continued the work of his father, who had started to translate the Qur’an into Romani. However, he moved to the smaller city of Sarajevo in and has been living there ever since.
Serbezovski started to experience a wide success inat the age of 18, following the release of his second single. Serbezovski briefly involved himself in Bosnian politics in the s. Suzana, volim teKkose, It contained songs in Turkish.