Tallava

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Tallava is a type of Albanian music mixed with Albanian, Greek, Turkish, Bulgarian and Arabic undertones. It is played mostly by Albanian populations and its diaspora worldwide. Tallava uses synthesizers, clarinets and brass instruments accompanied by melancholic vocals typically sung by Roma people. Tallava has been especially made popular by the Albanian speaking Roma musicians in Albania and the diaspora.

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