BOKI’S OPEN CLARINET LESSONS / No. 6

BOŽIDAR BOKI MILOŠEVIĆ
OPEN CLARINET LESSONS

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YOU ASK – MR BOKI MILOŠEVIĆ ANSWERS / No. 6
  • Many clarinetists, readers and visitors to this site of the clarinet and clarinetists, contact us and ask all kinds of questions about our famous artist Božidar Boki Milošević.
  • Boki Milošević is now with us for your sake and is happy to answer to all your questions.

Lazić Radivoj, prof. klarneta

Mitar from Paris asks Boki:

– Could you tell us something about the styles and ornaments that are present in our folk music?
Rad

Prva

Boki Milošević answers:

– I’ve always wanted to be native, original and  to get closer to my roots. To be honest, I’m proud because I have  succeeded to imprint all of it in our (Balkan) folk music.

Since I had played with Carevac for a long time at Radio Belgrade and in the Sextet of Dusko Radetic, who was at that time responsible for the folk music of Southern and Western Serbia, I tried to move ornaments that are characteristic in these regions into all appropriate compositions which I performed in my artistic career.

Style of music firstly determines area where the composition comes from, ie. which region.

Depending on this, the appropriate music and ornaments are used.

UKRASI

For example, Šumadija round dance generally has whole-tone thrillers, while southern Serbia uses semi-tones.

Bosnia has its ornaments, the northern part of SerbiaVojvodina – its own. Mordents are also used a lot.

NOTE:

If you want to ask maestro Boki Milošević, a question, feel free to do so via e-mail of the author and owner of this site, a professor Radivoj Lazić:

radivojlazic@yahoo.com

Boki is ready and glad to answer to any question!

Best regards to all!

Love,
yours sincerely
BOKI MILOŠEVIĆ

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