Various - Prešeren V Glasbi mp3 flac
Explore releases from the Tiskarna Toneta Tomšiča label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Tiskarna Toneta Tomšiča releases.
Your current browser isn't compatible with SoundCloud. Please download one of our supported browsers. Is your network connection unstable or browser outdated?
Album · 2011 · 4 Songs.
Strunam Various - Prešeren V Glasbi (10", Album). Gallus Mladinska Knjiga. Hor KUD Svetozar Marković . Lipa Mešani Pevski Zbor Postojna - Trenutek Vecnosti - The Moment Of Eternity (CD, Album, Comp).
Various - Prešeren V Glasbi (10", Album). Various - Šolske Pesmice (2x7", EP, Mono, Gat).
Zdravljica" is a carmen figuratum poem by the 19th-century Romantic Slovene poet France Prešeren, inspired by the ideals of Liberté, égalité, fraternité. It was written in 1844 and published with some changes in 1848. Four years after it was written, Slovenes living within Habsburg Empire interpreted the poem in spirit of the 1848 March Revolution as political promotion of the idea of a united Slovenia.
12 July 2017 ·. +17. Kvartirna hiša added 20 new photos from 7 July 2017 to the album Rajko Čuber, Ora et labora, Julij 2017 - at Kvartirna hiša. Rajko Čuber was awarded with the highly regarded Prešeren award already in his student years. His multi-layered artistic creation springs both from his academy training in the demanding technique of etching as from his experience as an aerial photographer during military service. This exceptional author from Slovenia, a small country under the Alps, produces striking canvases, attractive to a wide spectre of audiences all over the globe. tudi o glasbi seveda. Sledi ogled galerije v pritličju ter prostornega ateljeja zgoraj.
A likeness of Slovenia's national poet France Prešeren (1800-1849) stands in the square named in his honour at the foot of the Triple Bridge. As well as offering an interesting visual treat, the monument also serves as a focal point for people meeting in the city. Unveiled in 1905, the large monolith is the work of the architect Maks Fabiani and the sculptor Ivan Zajc and features the Muse of Poetry holding a small laurel of bay leaves over his head as well as extracts from his writing around the base.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A3||–Franjo S. Vilhar*||Ukazi|
|A4||–Franjo S. Vilhar*||Mati|
|B||–Karel Jeraj||Lepa Vida (Melodrama)
Piano – Marijan LipovšekSpeech – Boris Kralj
- Printed By – Tiskarna Toneta Tomšiča
- Directed By – Cvetko Jeraša
- Engineer – Sergej Dolenc
- Liner Notes – Dragotin Cvetko
- Piano – Andrej Jarc
- Soprano Vocals – Nada Vidmar (tracks: A1 to A4)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BIEM