Makedonija Zasekogaš

Македонија Засекогаш
Makedonija Zasekogaš
Compilation album by Various artists
Released May 2008
Recorded 2008
Genre Traditional Macedonian Music
Label Agencija za mladi i sport na Makedonija (Agency for youth and sport of Macedonia)
Various artists chronology
Makedonija Naviva
(2007)
Makedonija Zasekogaš
(2008)

Makedonija Zasekogaš[1] (in Macedonian Cyrillic: Македонија Засекогаш, English translation: Macedonia Forever) often credited as Makedonija Zasekogash, is a project made by the Agency for youth and sport of Macedonia realized with an album. The album is consisted of 14 traditional Macedonian songs with new arrangement sang by the Macedonian music stars.

Production history

The agency for youth and sport of Macedonia started the project under the motto of: "Да ги оживееме Македонските изворни песни"[2] (English translation: "Let us revive the authentic Macedonian folk songs"). The right to participate in the project had the all citizens of the Republic of Macedonia. The applied composition had to be a traditional Macedonian song, but with new arrangement. The best remakes were awarded with that that they were included in the compilation. 14 traditional songs were sang with new arrangement by the most famous Macedonian singers. The whole project finished with a big concert on the square Macedonia in Skopje.

Track listings

  1. "Vlado Janevski - Zemjo Makedonska"
    elaboration: Ante Pecotić & Vlado Janevski
    arrangement: Ante Pecotić & Vlado Janevski
    production: Ante Pecotić & Vlado Janevski
  2. "Kaliopi - Narode makedonski"
    elaboration: Darko Dimitrov
    arrangement: Darko Dimitrov
    production: Darko Dimitrov
  3. "Vlatko Stefanovski - Makedonsko devojče"
    elaboration: Vlatko Stefanovski
    arrangement: Vlatko Stefanovski
    production: Vlatko Stefanovski
  4. "Boris Trajanov & Zoran DZorlev - Koga padna nad Pirina"
    elaboration: Zoran DZorlev
    arrangement: Aleksandar Mitevski
    production: Aleksandar Mitevski
  5. "Karolina Gočeva, Garo & Tavitjan Brothers - Dafino vino crveno"
    elaboration: Paramecium production
    arrangement: Paramecium production
    production: Paramecium production
  6. "Lambe Alabakovski - Jovano, Jovanke"
    elaboration: Darko Dimitrov
    arrangement: Darko Dimitrov
    production: Darko Dimitrov
  7. "Sintezis - Lele Jano"
    elaboration: Sintezis
    arrangement: Sintezis
    production: Sintezis
  8. "Aleksandar Mitevski - Poslušajte patrioti"
    elaboration: Zoran DZorlev
    arrangement: Aleksandar Mitevski
    production: Aleksandar Mitevski
  9. "Sonja Tarčulovska - Sardisale Lešočkiot manastir"
    elaboration: Valentino Skenderovski
    arrangement: Valentino Skenderovski
    production: Valentino Skenderovski
  10. "Elena Risteska - More Sokol Pie"
    elaboration: Darko Dimitrov
    arrangement: Darko Dimitrov
    production: Darko Dimitrov
  11. "Sašo Gigov - Giš - I nie sme deca na Makedonija"
    elaboration: Robert Sazdov
    arrangement: Robert Sazdov
    production: Robert Sazdov
  12. "Tamara Todevska, DJ Babura and Al Frose - So maki sum se rodila"
    elaboration: DJ Babura
    arrangement: DJ Babura
    production: Al Frose
  13. "Dario - Slušam kaj šumat šumite"
    elaboration: Aleksandar Mitevski
    arrangement: Aleksandar Mitevski
    production: Aleksandar Mitevski
  14. "Aleksandra Pileva & Jovan Jovanov - Nazad, nazad Kalino mome"
    elaboration: Jovan Jovanov
    arrangement: Jovan Jovanov
    production: Jovan Jovanov

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