National Register of ICH

11. Kosovo-style embroidery Highly developed, stylized decorative embroidery that can be found on traditional Serbian clothes, especially on women's chemises, and, in a...
12. Singing accompanied by gusle Description of the element: Singing to the accompaniment of the gusle is a performing practice that includes solo singing of folk epic decasyllabic...
13. Groktalica singing The skill of performing the groktalica, i.e. rozgalica, potresalica, involves a specific way of singing with a vibrating voice, perceived as a...
14. Clamor singing, (Певање из вика) The older type of biphonic singing known as clamor (izvika) belongs to the singing traditions expressed in a heterophonic drone vocal form. Songs are...
15. Era-style humor (Ерски хумор) The Era-style humour, as a form of oral expression, is a specific type of the humorous attitude towards reality typical of the Zlatibor District. It...
16. Kolo dance, three-steps kolo, six-steps kolo, (Коло, коло у три, коло у шест) The kolo, three-step kolo and six-step kolo, is a very popular folk dance in the current dance practice of Serbia and a vital form of traditional...
17. Rumenka kolo dance, (Руменка) The rumenka is a kolo-type dance, marked by the symmetry of the dance pattern and its enrichment with different motifs: by making smaller steps...
18. Bagpipe playing, (Свирање на гајдама) In the territory of Serbia, the playing of bagpipes (gajde), a folk musical instrument, includes the practice of solo playing on double and triple...
19. Pipe-playing practice (Фрулашка пракса) Flute (frula) is the most typical and the most widespread wind instrument in the music practice of Serbia. Although it has been popularly called...
20. Kaval playing (Свирање на кавалу) Kaval is a type of long semi-transverse flute, an open cylindrical tube with seven playing holes on the front and one on the back, as well as four...

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