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Vasil Hadžimanov

Vasil Hadžimanov
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Serbia
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Vasil Hadžimanov is a Serbian composer, arranger, and keyboard player, leader of Vasil Hadžimanov Band, often billed as VH Band. The band features Branko Trijić (guitar), Miroslav Tovirac (bass), Predrag Milutinović (drums), and Bojan Ivković (percussion, vocals), and has been recording since 2001. The music blends elements of Balkan folk music into a modern jazz context.
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http://www.vhband.com
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Releases on file (10)
Vasil Hadžimanov Band — Lines in Sand Vasil Hadžimanov Band — Lines in Sand
(Moonjune MJR095, 2018, CD / DL)
Dušan Jevtović — Live at Home Dušan Jevtović — Live at Home
(Moonjune MJR CD009, 2018, CD)
Dušan Jevtović — No Answer Dušan Jevtović — No Answer
(Moonjune MJR085, 2017, CD)
Vasil Hadžimanov Band Featuring David Binney — Alive Vasil Hadžimanov Band Featuring David Binney — Alive
(Moonjune MJR076, 2016, CD)
Vasil Hadžimanov Band — Can You Dig It? Vasil Hadžimanov Band — Can You Dig It?
(Zmex, 2013, CD)
Vasil Hadžimanov Trio — El Raval Vasil Hadžimanov Trio — El Raval
(SJF 134, 2011, CD)
Vasil Hadžimanov Band — Života Mi Vasil Hadžimanov Band — Života Mi
(PGP RTS CD 418099, 2009, CD)
Vasil Hadžimanov Band — 3 Vasil Hadžimanov Band — 3
(PGP RTS CD 416552, 2007, CD)
Vasil Hadžimanov Band — Kafanki Vasil Hadžimanov Band — Kafanki
(PGP RTS CD 414145, 2003, CD)
Vasil Hadžimanov Band — 11 Razloga Za... Vasil Hadžimanov Band — 11 Razloga Za...
(PGP RTS CD 413582, 2001, CD)

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