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Balkan jazz is an umbrella term for jazz from different parts of the Balkan peninsula in southeastern Europe.[1][2] Jazz in the region may incorporate various types of Balkan music, especially folk musics (including "gypsy style"[3]). It has embraced improvisation and originality, much like jazz traditions in the Americas and elsewhere. Characteristic features can include use of unusual meters ("odd rhythms"),[1] sometimes played very fast. There are many venues for Balkan jazz, which is also frequently played at weddings and big celebrations. The clarinet is often a key instrument in keeping with folk music traditions, and the accordion, drum, bass and electric guitar are also widely used.

Pioneers of jazz in the region include Duško Gojković (English spelling Dushko Goykovich) in Serbia, and Milcho Leviev[1] and Anatoly Vapirov [de][2] in Bulgaria.

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  1. ^ a b c Levy, Claire (2007). "Diversifying the Groove: Bulgarian Folk Meets the Jazz Idiom" (PDF). Journal of Interdisciplinary Music Studies. 1 (2): 25–42.
  2. ^ a b Vasiliu, Alex (2019). "The Balkan tradition in contemporary jazz. Anatoly Vapirov". Artes. Journal of Musicology (20): 256–264. ISSN 2344-3871.
  3. ^ Shomer, Enid (2007). "Balkan Jazz". Prairie Schooner. 81 (1): 92–95. ISSN 0032-6682. JSTOR 40638731.

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