Radio Mahala:

Radio Mahala is one of the most famous online radio stations in Serbia. Radio Mahala broadcast various kinds of latest folk music. Radio Mahala live broadcasting from Serbia. After the Ottoman conquest of Serbia, music was enriched with oriental influences. From Habsburg rule, Serbia was enriched by Western music.


Church music was performed throughout medieval Serbia by choirs or individual singers. The songs performed at the time were derived from the Octoechos (Osmoglasnik), a collection of religious songs dedicated to Jesus. Composers from this era include nun Jefimija, monks Kir Stefan the Serb, Isaiah the Serb, and Nikola the Serb, who together belong to the “Serbo-Byzantine school”.Aside from church music, the medieval era in Serbia included traditional music, about which little is known, and court music. During the Nemanjić dynasty era musicians played an important role at the royal court, and were known as sviralnici, glumci, and praskavnici. The rulers known for the musical patronage included Emperor Stefan Dušan and Despot Đurađ Branković. Medieval musical instruments included horns, trumpets, lutes, psalteries, drums, and cymbals. Traditional folk instruments include the garden, kaval, dajre, diple, tamburitza, gusle, Tapan (davul), Marija, ćemane (kemenche), zurna (zurna), and fruit among others.

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Location: Serbia

Language: Serbian

Genres: Folk

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