Hazari

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Serbian new-age band Hazari was founded in 1991. in Niš, as a music community working together on new Balkan music development as well as on maintaining of cultural values of the Balkan area. Their program integrates elements of traditional music, modern expressions and European classical sources. In 1994. they moved to Belgrade, where they recorded their works.
Members:
Dragomir Milenković Joga - guitar, vocals
Goran Ilić - guitar
Zoran Talević Tale - bass
Josip Hartl - drums
Goran Đorđević - percussion
Katarina Kačunković - vocals
Nikola Aleksandrov - violin
Zoran Marjanović - drums
Miroslav Karlović - drums
Dejan Momčilović - drums
Mihajlo Milošević - drums
Teuta Aslani - vocals, flute
Manja Ristić - violin
Dejan Pavlović - bass
Miloš Delić - percussion
Filip Krumes - violin
Goran Milošević - percussion
Snežana Spasić - vocals
Slobodan Jevtić - violin
Goran Petrović - drums
Slaviša Pavlović - bass
Ivana Đorđević - vocals, flute
Božidar Zelenović - bass
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Hazari - Čuvari Istine album art Hazari Čuvari Istine (Album) KPGT Niš Yugoslavia 1993 Sell This Version
none Hazari - Balkan Asimetrija album art Hazari Balkan Asimetrija(Cass, Album) Vidovdan none Yugoslavia 1997 Sell This Version
none Hazari - Knjiga Proroka Enoha album art Hazari Knjiga Proroka Enoha(CDr, Album) 30 Akaša Ostvarenje, Vidovdan none Yugoslavia 2000 Sell This Version
Hazari - Svetlucanje Kroz San album art Dragomir Milenković, Hazari Dragomir Milenković, Hazari - Svetlucanje Kroz San (Album) 30 Akaša Ostvarenje, Vidovdan Yugoslavia 2002 Sell This Version
WMAScd249 Hazari - Bogumili album art Dragomir Milenković I Hazari Dragomir Milenković I Hazari - Bogumili(CD, Album) WMAS Records WMAScd249 Serbia 2014 Sell This Version