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» Nenad Bach interview - Glazba je jezik duse
By Darko Žubrinić | Published 06/1/2018 | Music , People , Opinions | Unrated
Od svih hrvatskih umjetnika čija su imena postala poznata još početkom Domovinskog rata svakako je najpoznatije ime Nenada Bacha, rođena Zagrepčanina, odrasla i školovana u Rijeci. Bach je nadaleko poznat je po svojoj pjesmi Can We Go Higher?, koja se izvodila širom svijeta i upoznala tada taj svijet s ratom u Hrvatskoj i Bosni i Hercegovini. Nenad Bach surađivao je s brojnim umjetnicima kao što su Luciano Pavarotti, Bono iz U2, Brian Eno, Garth Hudson & Rick Danko (The Band), Vince Welnick (Grateful Dead), John Malkovich, Ellen Burstyn, Martin Sheen, Michael York, i brojni drugi. Prenosimo intervju koji je s njima za Vijenac obavila Gloria Fabijanić Jelović.
» Nenad Bach Newsletter: World Peace in One Hour
By Darko Žubrinić | Published 04/20/2018 | Music , Events , Education | Unrated
I'm excited to announce that the crowdfunding campaign launched on Indiegogo for my "World Peace in One Hour Album". There are 2 ways that you can help...either by contributing even a small amount to raise our popularity and give us more visibility on the site or by posting to your Facebook page or other social media account. In the end, the more people hear about us, the more likely we will reach our goal.
» Nenad Bach's interviews to Croatian TV in 2017 and 2018 dealing with World Peace in One Hour
By Darko Žubrinić | Published 03/31/2018 | Music , Education | Unrated
Nenad Bach is not only a distinguished Croatian musician, but also indifaguable proponent of world peace. He recently published an introductory article for the prestigious sicnetific journal called Journal of Global Health, published by the Univeristy of Edinbourgh in Scotland. The article deals with his goal of achieveing World Peace in One Hour. Here we present some of his appearances at the Croatian TV, dealing with questions of global peace. The interviews are in Croatian. We also announce the concert in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, King Street Big Band - "World Peace in One Hour", April 14th, 2018, 7:30 PM. With this article, we wish all the readers and their families a happy and blessed Easter.
» Nenad Bach's article World Peace in One Hour published by the Journal of Global Health
By Darko Žubrinić | Published 03/6/2018 | Opinions , Ideas , Environment , Education | Unrated
We, as the species that run the planet Earth, are at a crossroads of either self-destruction or an unimaginably progressive future as the Species of the Universe. Now is the time to make the right decision and focus our knowledge, resources, and talent towards the improvement of our lives on Mother Earth. Culture, Global Health, Education, Art, Science, Infrastructure, Environment, Music, Freedom of Expression, Beauty, and Wisdom will follow where there is no violence. Can you imagine unforeseen benefits?
» Denis Vignot author of the novel Le Choix / The Choice dealing with Croatia published in France
By Darko Žubrinić | Published 01/16/2018 | People , History , Education , Croatian Life Stories | Unrated
Denis Vignot from France wrote a deeply moving historical novel entitled Le Choix (The Choice), dealing with Croatia in the early 1990s during the Yugoslav and Serbian agression on Croatia. It is based on personal experiances in Croatia, dealing with love, with the country in trouble, with honor. This extraordinary book, published in France in 20016, containing more than 750 pages. One of the main protagonists in the book is Anton Domovina, former memeber of the French Legion, which the readers will easily recognize (Domovina = Homeland, in Croatian). The author, Denis Vignot, deserves our deep gratitude for having written this monumental literary testimony.
» Croatian tamburitza orchestral play widespread throughout the world
By Darko Žubrinić | Published 12/17/2017 | Music , Entertainment , Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Croatian tamburitza tradition goes back to the mid 19th century, when orchestral tamburiza play has been introduced in the city of Osijek on the NW of Croatia. It soon became quite widespread, not only in Croatia, but in many other countries throughout the world. Tamburitza play is an essential part of Croatian music culture, recognizable throughout the globe, especially in the USA, Argentina, Chile and Australia. In Croatia, there even used to be tamburitza orchestras for blind children. Orchestras for girls and women bear witness of an early emancipation of Croatian women already in the early 1900s. On the photo see Ann Elias from the Croatian Tamburitza Orchestra in the USA between the two World wars.
» Slobodan Praljak 1945-2017 the truth about Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina
By Darko Žubrinić | Published 11/29/2017 | People , In Memoriam , History , Education , Croatian Life Stories | Unrated
On the photo Slobodan Praljak 1945-2017, portrayed by Ante Gotovina. Slobodan Praljak is holder of three academic titles - in Electrical Engineering, in Humanities (Sociology and Philosophy) and from Theatre and Film Academy, all of them from the University of Zagreb. On Carla del Ponte: "If I, by any chance, Slobodan Praljak, had written or said such qualification [see in the article], no matter when, in any form whatsoever, in relation to any nation or group during the war in the territories of the former Yugoslavia, I would have been sentenced to 5 years of prison for it only."
» Croatian Coat of Arms from 15th to 19th centuries
By Darko Žubrinić | Published 11/27/2017 | Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
We provide a selection from a wide variety of Croatian Coat of Arms appearing during the time span of four centuries - from the 15th to 19th centuries. They appear not only in Croatia, but also thrhought Europe and in both Americas. On the photo is Croatian Coat of Arms appearing in Innsbruck, Austria, dating from dating from 1495/96. We provide just a selection of an immense number of interesting artefacts. Many consider the Coat of Arms of the Republic of Croatia to be mong the most beutiful in the world.
» Sead Muhamedagic distinguished Croatian literary translator from German
By Darko Žubrinić | Published 04/11/2017 | Education , Culture And Arts | Unrated
Sead Ivan Muhamedagić was born in Zagreb in 1954, where lives as a literary translator, journalist and poet. He translates fiction, poems, essays, scholarly texts on literature and music as well as pedagogical texts from German into Croatian, and vice versa. He translates works of German-language authors such as Thomas Berhnhard, Elfriede Jelinek, Annemarie Schimmel, Werner Schwab, Arthur Schnitzler, Peter Turrini, Karl Kraus, Gert Jonke, Klaus Hensel and W.G. Sebald. Despite being blind since his birth, he is working not only in Zagreb, but is also teaching students in Austria, at the Pedagogical College in the city of Graz.
» Vukovar 1991 - 2016 and music inspired by the destiny of the Baroque city on Danube river
By Darko Žubrinić | Published 11/19/2016 | Music , In Memoriam , History , Education | Unrated
Twenty five years have passed since the 1991 Vukovar tragedy. We provide several music expressions inspired by the events which marked Croatian contemporary history, as well as that of contemporary Europe. Among others, we provide music by Nenad Bach, Tomislav Ivčić (on the photo), Veritas aeterna, Dalmatino, Klapa Adriaticum, Buco, Miroslav Štivčić and others.
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