J.Ivanovic – Waves of the Danube (performed by Andre Rieu) by Buki blog

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  1. Frozen music on

    Ivanovici was a Romanian of Serbian ethnicity. Simple as that, no need to
    argue, just enjoy the music. Just like there are Americans of Indian
    ethnicity, French of German ethnicity, Serbians of Romanian ethnicity and
    so on. Your ethnicity talks about your ancestry and heritage (which you
    should be very proud of and embrace) and the country you spend your whole
    life in is your home land. Should Romanians see Ivanovici as a Romanian
    composer? Yes! Should Serbians see Ivanovici as a Serbian composer? Yes!
    Why? Because he was both. So let’s all enjoy his work and honour his
    memory.

  2. Even in encyclopedia it says his true name was Jovan Ivanovic and he was
    Serb. His name Josif Invanovici was unfortunately enforced at times he
    lived. His compositions were written in Romanian for he lived in Romania(or
    part of AH Monarchy inhabited mostly by Romanians), but it does not denies
    he was Serb. Many operas are wrote in Italian but interestingly by
    composers who are not Italians. Look Monica Selesh was born in Serbia, she
    played for FRJ and spoke in many interviews in Serbian or Yugoslav tennis
    player but by no means I will deny Hungarian in her for she it quite proud
    of it and her Hungarian name, her choice, her parenthood. She is citizen
    (or was) of Serbia which makes me proud of having her greatness and we
    consider her our own as much as he wants it to be and the more she wants it
    the more we are happy to have her as well hundred of thousands of
    Hungarians and Romanians and Slovaks who live in Serbia. Nothing would make
    me more happy for them to feel Serbia equally as their country but nothing
    would distance them from that feeling if I deny them to bare their own
    nationhood, history, language and culture that they are so proud of with
    such an right reason to be so.
    What is wrong with mindset of Balkans that we cannot get this once for all.
    As far as Romanians they have way greater composer Enescu that arguably is
    the greatest composer of Balkans.

    Romanians are immense European culture and one of the oldest civilizations
    of Europe. I am not hostile to it nor anyone should deny that Jovan
    Ivanovic with this given name (can easily be checked in records of Serbian
    Orthodox Church in Romania where he even was baptized) was Serb as well as
    he was citizen of Transylvania today Romania.

    Some said its not important and Serbs are nationalist. It would be honest
    remark if that one would dare to say Bizet was not French to French, Bah
    was not German to Germans, Greg was Swedish to Norwegians…. Big nations
    of Europe are nationalist to the bone, but when it comes to jerking on
    issue of nationalism its easiest to preach it to small nations, as they
    frequently do, for they cannot bite in difference. If Serbs stake a claim
    on people who openly declared as Serbs as their own we are nationalist.
    When English, French and German do the same…. that this is undeniable
    fact…. 🙂
    And no one use culture more to show others how small they are then
    these…. yet when in cry we try to say well we also have some of it then
    they claim us nationalists! What an Irony.

  3. Mihailfromwallachia on

    REMEMBER Iosif Ivanovici/Jovan Ivanović si un Roman si un Sarb
    Pacat ca nu se cunosc mai multe din compozitiile sale si sunt si cam greu
    de gasit

  4. “Chân-Trân của Cần-Thơ : La Perle rare de Cần-Thơ !!!!!!!!!!!”
    <'Ama H'Thúy'>. “Le Paysan du Delta du Mékong”.

  5. “Chân-Trân của Cần-Thơ : La Perle rare de Cần-Thơ !!!!!!!!!!!”
    <'Ama H'Thúy'>. “Le Paysan du Delta du Mékong”.

  6. Frozen music on

    Ivanovici was a Romanian of Serbian ethnicity. Simple as that, no need to
    argue, just enjoy the music. Just like there are Americans of Indian
    ethnicity, French of German ethnicity, Serbians of Romanian ethnicity and
    so on. Your ethnicity talks about your ancestry and heritage (which you
    should be very proud of and embrace) and the country you spend your whole
    life in is your home land. Should Romanians see Ivanovici as a Romanian
    composer? Yes! Should Serbians see Ivanovici as a Serbian composer? Yes!
    Why? Because he was both. So let’s all enjoy his work and honour his
    memory.

  7. Even in encyclopedia it says his true name was Jovan Ivanovic and he was
    Serb. His name Josif Invanovici was unfortunately enforced at times he
    lived. His compositions were written in Romanian for he lived in Romania(or
    part of AH Monarchy inhabited mostly by Romanians), but it does not denies
    he was Serb. Many operas are wrote in Italian but interestingly by
    composers who are not Italians. Look Monica Selesh was born in Serbia, she
    played for FRJ and spoke in many interviews in Serbian or Yugoslav tennis
    player but by no means I will deny Hungarian in her for she it quite proud
    of it and her Hungarian name, her choice, her parenthood. She is citizen
    (or was) of Serbia which makes me proud of having her greatness and we
    consider her our own as much as he wants it to be and the more she wants it
    the more we are happy to have her as well hundred of thousands of
    Hungarians and Romanians and Slovaks who live in Serbia. Nothing would make
    me more happy for them to feel Serbia equally as their country but nothing
    would distance them from that feeling if I deny them to bare their own
    nationhood, history, language and culture that they are so proud of with
    such an right reason to be so.
    What is wrong with mindset of Balkans that we cannot get this once for all.
    As far as Romanians they have way greater composer Enescu that arguably is
    the greatest composer of Balkans.

    Romanians are immense European culture and one of the oldest civilizations
    of Europe. I am not hostile to it nor anyone should deny that Jovan
    Ivanovic with this given name (can easily be checked in records of Serbian
    Orthodox Church in Romania where he even was baptized) was Serb as well as
    he was citizen of Transylvania today Romania.

    Some said its not important and Serbs are nationalist. It would be honest
    remark if that one would dare to say Bizet was not French to French, Bah
    was not German to Germans, Greg was Swedish to Norwegians…. Big nations
    of Europe are nationalist to the bone, but when it comes to jerking on
    issue of nationalism its easiest to preach it to small nations, as they
    frequently do, for they cannot bite in difference. If Serbs stake a claim
    on people who openly declared as Serbs as their own we are nationalist.
    When English, French and German do the same…. that this is undeniable
    fact…. 🙂
    And no one use culture more to show others how small they are then
    these…. yet when in cry we try to say well we also have some of it then
    they claim us nationalists! What an Irony.

  8. Mihailfromwallachia on

    REMEMBER Iosif Ivanovici/Jovan Ivanović si un Roman si un Sarb
    Pacat ca nu se cunosc mai multe din compozitiile sale si sunt si cam greu
    de gasit

  9. “Chân-Trân của Cần-Thơ : La Perle rare de Cần-Thơ !!!!!!!!!!!”
    <'Ama H'Thúy'>. “Le Paysan du Delta du Mékong”.

  10. “Chân-Trân của Cần-Thơ : La Perle rare de Cần-Thơ !!!!!!!!!!!”
    <'Ama H'Thúy'>. “Le Paysan du Delta du Mékong”.

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