2 August 1993 As the cancer of war spread from Slovenia via Croatia to Bosnia, folk music adapted to a dramatically narrowed down market and a nationally euphoric audience. In all the “crucial” political moments which could (but didn’t) disturb the public, folk music entered the scene and inundated television to such an extent that […]

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