Talk:Music of Southeastern Europe
|WikiProject Regional and national music||(Rated Start-class)|
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this article is ridiculous, firstly, the name is contradictory to content, beacuse music of southeastern europe is NOT all balkan folk (which is what the actual article is about). another contradiction is the musicians listed, because are they listed because they play balkan folk or just because they are from southeastern europe?! if it the former then i can tell you i.e. out of all those artists listed only about 3 or 4 play ACTUAL folk, the rest are just pop artists who play WESTERN pop, if it is the latter then these represent around 10% of actually relevant artists and some of them are not even relevant in any way. Adriatic HR (talk) 12:30, 1 September 2013 (UTC)
Requested move 17 January 2018
|It has been proposed in this section that Music of Southeastern Europe be renamed and moved to .
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Music of Southeastern Europe → – This seems to be the commonly used name of this kind of music. Apart from the mention in the lede (which I just put there to get the lede aligned with the title}, the word "southeastern" is not even mentioned in the main text, while Balkan is mentioned repeatedly. T*U (talk) 13:56, 17 January 2018 (UTC)