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Branimir Đokić

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Birth name  Branimir Dokic
Occupation(s)  Musician
Name  Branimir Dokic
Genres  Folk
Years active  1965-present
Born  6 February 1950 (age 65) Sabac, SFR Yugoslavia (present-day Serbia) (1950-02-06)
Labels  PGP, Diskos, Diskoton, Jugoton, Balkanton

"Užičko Kolo" Branimir Đokić i Zoran Rakočević - kompozitor (Milija Spasojević)


Branimir Djokić (Cyrillic: Бранимир Ђокић) (born 6 February 1950) is a Serbian folk accordionist. He has had his own ensemble band since the early 1970s and has also been known to have played for some major artists: Šaban Šaulić, Mitar Mirić, Šerif Konjević, Kemal Malovčić, Zorica Brunclik and others.

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Branimir Đokić Classify Branimir Djokic

Djokić attended the high music school "Stanković" in Belgrade. He presented himself to the audience as outstanding instrumentalist on accordion, winning the first prize at the traditional competition in Sokobanja, 1964. By the next year, Branimir became one of the best known instrumental soloists on accordion in the former Yugoslavia.

Branimir Đokić Branimir oki Muka nas zbliava Scena Novostirs

Later, he joined the Folk Orchestra of Radio Belgrade, where he was oriented in the field, in which he is today, by Rade Jasarevic and Boki Milosevic.

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Discography

Singles
Branimir Đokić Branimir Djokic Uzicko Kolo 1967 YouTube
  • Kola (Kaletovo Kolo) - PGP RTB (1965)
  • Kola (Cubursko Kolo) - PGP RTB (1966)
  • Kola (Uzicko Kolo) - PGP RTB (1967)
  • Kola (Ciganski Urnebes) - BeogradDisk (1968)
  • Nova Kola (Civijaski Dzumbus) - PGP RTB (1970)
  • Nova Kola (Zvezdino Kolo) - PGP RTB (1975)
  • Kola (Mitraljez Kolo) - PGP RTB (1977)
  • Albums
    Branimir Đokić Branimir djokicuzicko kolo YouTube
  • Zlatna Harmonika (Kola) - PGP RTB (1972)
  • Kola (Kola) - PGP RTB (1973)
  • Kola (Kola) - PGP RTB (1976)
  • Veliki Uspesi (Kola) - Diskos (1984)

  • Branimir Đokić Branimir Djokic Mitraljez Kolo 1976 YouTube

    Songs

    Milosevka kolo2010
    Civijaski dzumbus2010
    Meljacko kolo2010

    References

    Branimir Đokić Wikipedia


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