Serbian folk music
Serbian folk music (Serbian: Српска народна музика/Srpska narodna muzika) refers to, in the narrow sense, the "older" style of Serbian folk music, predating the "newer" (novokomponovana, "newly composed") style which emerged in the 1970s and 1980s as a result of urbanisation. The characteristic musical instruments included the accordion and violin, while traditional instruments such as tamburica, frula, were also used.
- Cune Gojković (1932–2017)
- Predrag Živković Tozovac (born 1936)
- Miroslav Ilić (born 1950)
- Staniša Stošić (1945–2008)
- Sinan Sakić (1956–2018)
- Šaban Šaulić (born 1951)
- Šeki Turković (born 1953)
- Marinko Rokvić (born 1954)
- Lepa Lukić (born 1940)
- Snežana Đurišić (born 1959)
- Merima Njegomir (born 1953)
- Vasilija Radojčić (1936–2011)
- Brankica Vasić (Бранкица Васић), stage name Vasilisa
- Lepa Brena (born 1960)
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