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Vranjanski Čoček is a instrumental piece from Yugoslavian times, when Tito actively included music from all minorities in his country into the repertoire of folk ensembles. Although written and in those days performed by white musicians, they made efforts to include Gypsy Romany music elements into it. The dance also has elements of 'Gypsy' including costumes and tambourines.


This piece is in a Balkan 9/8 rhythm. This arrangement has two parts for two melody instruments and accompaniment chords.


This version is in bass clef for instruments such as cello, bassoon, baritone horn/tuba.


Get inspired…watch a performance here.

Vranjanski Čoček in Bass Clef

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