Esma Redžepova-Teodosievska (Macedonian: Есма Реџепова-Теодосиевска Macedonian pronunciation: ; 8 August 1943 – 11 December 2016) was a Macedonian vocalist, songwriter, and humanitarian of Romani ethnicity. Because of her prolific repertoire, which includes hundreds of songs, and because of her contribution to Roma culture and its promotion, she was nicknamed Queen of the Gypsies.
Queen Of The Gypsies Macedonian Songs. Esma, however, possesses the most brilliant and versatile voice of them all, and her album Esma, Queen of the Gypsies is a wonderful collection of both Macedonian and Roma songs.
The Macedonian folk singer helped change perceptions of Romany people and their art around the world. She started singing in the 1950s and was active almost to the end. Redžepova was the leading voice of her husband Stevo Teodosievski’s ensemble, which performed Roma and Macedonian folk music. Before Redžepova’s success, Roma music was excluded from Yugoslavian radio, but Redžepova and Teodosievski changed perceptions of it. Nevertheless, they also faced prejudice from within the Roma community, from those angry she had married a non-Roma Macedonian.
Complete your Esma I Ansambl Teodosievski collection. Esma I Ansambl Teodosievski – Esma. Genre: Folk, World, & Country. Esma Redžepova With The Stevo Teodosievski Ensemble - Gypsy Esma (New Sounds From The Balkans) (LP, Album). Monitor Records (2). MFS 480. US. 1967.
Esma Redzepova & Stevo Teodosievski Ensemble Ciganka Je Malena. Esma Redzepova, The Ensemble Teodosievski Andetli Warda. Esma Redzepova & Stevo Teodosievski Ensemble (Macedonia) Ciganka Je Malena. Esma Redzepova & Teodosievski ensemble Nakelavishe (Meda Sijum Ternori).
This Band Followed Esma in India when she was promoted in the Queen of Gypsy music. And this is not something new, in fact this is continuing the reach tradition of music school of Esma and Stevo Teodosievski. As a lead vocal of Esma's Band Next Generarion is Eleonora Mustafovska an only girl adopted by Esma and an only female vocal tught by Esma. The members of this Band come from the very famous orchestra of the Queen of Gypsy music Esma Redzepova. They have given more than 3000 concerts, as members of Esmas Ensemble Teodosievski, in Europe, Asia, America, Australia, in the biggest concert halls such as Ronacher Theatre, Vienna Opera, et. his Band Followed Esma in India when she was promoted in the Queen of Gypsy music Esma and Stevo Teodosievski.
Esma Redžepova (Macedonian: Есма Реџепова) (8 August 1943 - 11 December 2016) was a Macedonian vocalist, songwriter, and humanitarian of Romani ethnicity. She started to sing while she was a teenager in the 1950s, and her career spans over five decades. Queen of the Gypsies.
Album · 1962 · 2 Songs. Ansambl Stevo Teodosievski) - Single Esma Redzepova. Listen on Apple Music. Songs of the Macedonian Gypsy. Legends of Gypsy Music from Macedonia.
|1-1||Zosto Si Me Majko Rodila (Oh Mother Why Was I Born)|
|1-2||Zapej Makedonijo (Macedonia Sings)|
|1-3||Svadba Makedonska (Macedonian Wedding)|
|1-4||Blagunjo Dejce (Trad.)|
|1-5||Kazi, Kazi Libe Stano|
|1-6||Grade Moj (My Town)|
|1-8||Duvni Mi Vetre Povardardaree|
|1-9||Kalesh Ando (Trad.)|
|1-10||Dejgidi Sine Stojane|
|1-12||Kazi Slavke, Kazi Oerko|
|2-1||Hajri Ma Te Dike|
|2-2||Esma Kiri Gili|
|2-3||Ma Ker Tu (Don't Do That)|
|2-4||Bashal Seljadin (Play Seljadin)|
|2-6||Hena Mike Mejro Pravu Dar|
|2-10||Ciganka Je Malena|
|2-11||Ah, Devla (God)|