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Mihael Feric founded Tambura Museum in Brod na Savi Croatia unique in the world
By Nenad N. Bach and Darko Žubrinić | Published  01/10/2018 | Music , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Croatian tamburitza museum, part 5


Tamburitza choir of women teacher's club in Vrbnik on the island of Krk in 1890

Tamburitza choir of the Theological society of "Vijenac" (Wreath), Zagreb 1939

Specialized literature exhibited in the Tambura Museum in Brod na Savi

Tamburitza choir of workmen educational group of "Sloga" in Brod na Savi in 1907

Tamburitza orchestra "Bisernica" in Požega 1893

Croatian Coat of Arms in the middle


Exhibits from the Tambura Museum in Brod na Savi, Croatia

Tamburitza orchestra of Croatian singing society "Preradović", Đakovo, 1889, conducted by Dragutin Tišler

Tamburitza orchestra of the family of Lončarić in Đakovo between the two WWs

Tamburitza orchestra "Zvonimir" in Brod na Savi 1930s

Tamburitza players from the village of Ilova near the town of Kutina, 1928

Tamburitza players of the Cultural artistic society "Kumičić", Križ, before WWII
Exhibits from the Tambura Museum in Brod na Savi, Croatia

Tamburitza players from the village of Kupjak in the region of Gorski Kotar, Croatia, 1924

Tamburitza section of Croatian Library in the village of Stari Mikanovci (near the town of Vinkovci) in 1934

Tamburitza society "Graničar" in Brod na Savi with their left-handed prim player Ivan Bradić, beginning of 20th century

Tamburitza Society of Požega Gymnasium "Osvit" (Daybreak), 1899

Tamburitza society "Sloga", 1896


Interview with s Mihael Ferić, in Croatian



Tamburitza society "Sloga" from Sisak

Tamburitza orchestra "Tekstilac"€ (Textiler), J. Armano, conductor, Zagreb, 1935

Women's tamburitza band of Pavka Cenić from the village of Komletinci (near Vinkovci), in Belgrade in 1937

Workers tamburitza choir, Županja 1930

Workors choir in Samobor in 1901 conducted by Adam Razum

Tamburitza choir from "Zora" (Dawn) cultural society in the city of Dubrovnik, 1932 or 1933.

Županja city tamburitza players 1934/35

Maestro Mihael Ferić, caricature by Marko Kern

Many thanks to Mr. Ferić for his kind permission to publish the photos.
We also express our gratitude to Professor Kajetan Šeper for inviting us to visit the town of Brod na Savi,
as well as to Dr. Željko Hanjš for organizing excursion from Zagreb to this interesting town.



This is the last, 5th page. Thank you.


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