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The Fête de la Musique at the Cultural Centre of Belgrade
The Fête de la Musique also known as The worldwide celebration of music, is an annual music festival taking place on June 21 in cities all around the world. The Cultural Centre of Belgrade and Belgrade wind orchestra are, traditionally, joining the celebration!
21 Jun
m t w t f s s
18:00
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Belgrade wind orchestra at 18.00
conductors:
Aleksandar Đurov
Vladimir Mustajbašić


I. Genić, V.Popović /arr. A.Putarek   Pozdrav Beogradu, march  

St. Hristić/ arr. S. Dlesk                      Dance of the Turtledove from the Ballet The Legend of Ohrid

J. Brahms /ar. Johan De Meij            Hungarian Dance No. 5

A. Khachaturian / arr. Ch. Ardenoa  Masquerade: Waltz
                                                             Gopak

L.Bernstein / arr. N. Iwai                    West Side Story   

Claude François / arr. N. Iwai            My Way

arr. Ron Sebregst                               ABBA GOLD

E. Glavnik / V. Mustajbašić               Gipsy wedding

F. Pokorny / arr. V. Mustajbašić        Aleksandar I march


Belgrade Wind Orchestra
is the sole (was until recently) civilian concert ensemble of the sort in Serbia. It revives the promenade concert tradition established by The Serbian Prince Band („Кнјажевско-сербска банда“), fouded in 1831, and its conductor Joseph Shlezinger. During 19th and 20th century numerous bands, both military and civilian, contributed to the development of music culture in Belgrade and other places in Serbia. The tradition has been forgotten, but, thanks to The Belgrade Wind Band members' enthusiasm it's been revived.
Belgrade Wind Orchestra was founded in 1995 in order to contribute to development of performing arts and creativity for wind instruments and ensembles. Its founders and members are excellent musicians, engaged in Belgrade's symphony, opera and military orchestras, as well as professors and students in various music schools and The Faculty of Music.
The basic outdoor repertoire consists of popular art music written by domestic and foreign composers such as Stevan Hristić Antonin Dvořak, J. Brahms, L. Bernstein, B. Milošević, E. Glavnik, E. Moricone (film music), G. Mc Dermot, G. Gershwin, G. Miller, J. Penders, K. Vlak…
 

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