Kobra Čoček

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Kobra Čoček is a traditional Romani čoček adaptation of an Indian folk melody supposedly originating with Romani musicians of Rajansthan. The melody has been performed by Romani bands in the territories of the Former Yugoslavia, including Macedonia and Serbia since at least 1980, and likely earlier, and remains popular in new iterations today. The m9 learned the melody and an arrangement from Demiran Ćerimović in 2013, and has since incorporated additional melodies and a few surprises.


from Surdulica, released March 31, 2016
Tschuai - trumpet solo



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The m9 Seattle, Washington

Founded in 2013, The m9 (pronounced The minor 9) draws inspiration from high-energy brass bands from across the globe to create a unique soundscape where East and West collide. The new global fusion sounds of the rich Balkan Romani brass tradition form the core of a repertoire which excites, invigorates, and inspires curiosity about one of Europe's most misunderstood minorities. ... more

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