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Minsk

in Orthodox church music, followed by two hundreds of stylistic innovation that drew on the Renaissance and Protestant Reformation. In the 17th century, Partesnoe penie, part singing, became common for choruses, followed by private theaters established in cities like Minsk and Vitebsk. On September 7, 2011, he was killed, when a Yakovlev Yak-42 (2011 Lokomotiv Yaroslavl air disaster) passenger aircraft, carrying nearly his entire Lokomotiv team, crashed just outside


Slovenia

" Folk music ;Traditional folk music Harmony singing (Harmony) is a deep rooted tradition in Slovenia, and is at least three-part singing (four voices), while in some regions

even up to eight-part singing (nine voices). Slovenian folk songs, thus, usually resounds soft and harmonious, and are very seldom in minor. Traditional Slovenian folk music is performed on Styrian harmonica (the oldest type of accordion), fiddle, clarinet, zithers, flute, and by brass bands of alpine type. In eastern Slovenia (Prekmurje), fiddle and cimbalon bands are called velike goslarije. ;Modern folk (Slovenian country) music File:Slak lojze.jpg thumbnail right Folk musician


Croatia

. Pannonia was further split in two by Trajan between 102 and 107. The '''Istrian scale''' is a distinct hexatonic (Hexatonic scale) musical scale (Scale (music)) in the regions of Istria and Kvarner in Croatia. It is used in Istrian and Kvarnerian folk music. "Two-part singing and playing in the Istrian scale", ''UNESCO.org''. Non-equal-tempered (equal temperament), the scale could


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