Balkan pop

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Balkan pop
Stylistic origins Traditional music
Cultural origins Individual nations or regions
Typical instruments Lyra (Cretan), Gadulka, Kemenche, Sargija, Bouzouki, Baglama, Tamburica, Kaval, Zurna, Davul, Dankiyo, Gaida, Tambourine
Derivative forms Popular music
Subgenres
Chalga - Manele - Turbo-Folk - Arabesque - Laïko
Other topics
Roots revival - World music - Music of Southeastern Europe

Balkan Pop, is a mixture of traditional Southeastern European (Serbian, Greek, Bulgarian, Macedonian etc.) folk music and western dance music.

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