Oblivion (Kaliopi album)

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Oblivion cover.jpg
Studio album by Kaliopi

Flag of Macedonia.svg Macedonia

Flag of Serbia.svg Serbia
November 2009
Recorded "Morris" Studio, Zagreb,Croatia
Genre Classical, Folk, World, & Country
Length 47:35
Label Kaliopi Music Production
Producer Edin Karamazov
Kaliopi chronology
'Zelim Ti Reci'
Singles from Oblivion
  1. "Oblivion"
    Released: 2009

Oblivion[1] is the first duet album by the Macedonian singer Kaliopi with Edin Karamazov, recorded and released in 2009.


In 2009, Kaliopi officially announced that her Oblivion will be a joint collaboration working with Edin Karamazov.

Production history[edit]

The album was recorded in Croatia and released in Macedonia and Serbia. It contains 11 songs. The album cover was designed by Dejan Milicevic. Full arrangement and producing by Edin Karamazov. It was released in November 2009.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Melodia Sentimental" (3:56)
    Credits: Composed By – Heitor Villa-Lobos-Lyrics By – Dora Vasconcelos
  2. "A Boy Named Hiroshima" (4:19)
    Credits: Composed By – Toru Takemitsu
  3. "Oblivion" (3:24)
    Credits: Written-By – Astor Piazzolla
  4. "Wachet Auf, Ruft Uns Die Stimme" (3:26)
    Credits: Composed By – J. S. Bach*
  5. "Cinema Paradiso (Tema D'Amore)" (3:30)
    Credits: Written-By – Andrea Morricone
  6. "Hallelujah" (5:11)
    Credits: Written-By – Leonard Cohen
  7. "Ja Vstretil Vas (Я Встретил Вас)" (4:57)
    Credits: Lyrics By – Тючев Ф.-Music By – Trad. / Неизв.*
  8. "Amarilli Mia Bella" (2:44)
    Credits: Composed By – Giulio Caccini
  9. "Alfonsina Y El Mar" (3:39)
    music:Composed By – Ariel Ramirez-Lyrics By – Felix Luna*
  10. "Koyunbaba" (7:48)
    Credits: Written-By – Carlo Domeniconi
  11. "So Maki Sum Se Rodila (Со Маки Сум Се Родила)" (4:27)
    Credits: Written-By – Trad. / Makedonska Tradicionalna*


  1. ^ "English version :: Home". Kaliopi.com.mk. Retrieved 2012-08-29.