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Dobriša Cesarić - Antun Gustav Matoš - Mak Dizdar - Miroslav Krleža - Dragutin Tadijanović - Tin Ujević - Knjiga Koja Govori • Zvučna Čitanka 1 • Lirika 1 album

Dobriša Cesarić - Antun Gustav Matoš - Mak Dizdar - Miroslav Krleža - Dragutin Tadijanović - Tin Ujević - Knjiga Koja Govori • Zvučna Čitanka 1 • Lirika 1 album Performer: Dobriša Cesarić
Title: Knjiga Koja Govori • Zvučna Čitanka 1 • Lirika 1
Style: Audiobook, Poetry
Date of release: 1988
Size MP3: 1844 mb
Size FLAC: 1424 mb
Rating: 4.3
Format: AU ASF ADX VQF WAV VOX WMA

Pjesme - Knjiga 1 ‎(2x7"). Panorama (24), Panorama (24). Dobriša Cesarić - Antun Gustav Matoš - Mak Dizdar - Miroslav Krleža - Dragutin Tadijanović - Tin Ujević - Knjiga Koja Govori, Zvučna Čitanka 1, Lirika 1 ‎(Cass).

Dragutin Tadijanović (4 November 1905 – 27 June 2007) was a Croatian poet, and in his native Croatia he is referred to as a "Bard. Tadijanović was born in the village of Rastušje close to Slavonski Brod in the region of Slavonia. He published his first poem in 1922. He graduated in literature and philosophy at the University of Zagreb in 1937. He worked as the lector of the official paper Narodne novine (1935–1940), taught at the Academy of Arts in Zagreb (1939–1945)

Dragutin Tadijanović. Dobriša Cesarić (10 January 1902 – 18 December 1980) was a Croatian poet and translator born in Požega. Despite his limited output, Cesarić is considered as one of the greatest Croatian poets of the 20th century. Cesarić was one of the most prominent Croatian poets and the founder of modern Croatian poetry. Dobriša Cesarić was born in Pozega Slavonska 10th January 1902. He spent his childhood in Osijek, where he completed elementary school and four lower grades of high school. In 1912, in the midst of World War I, he moved to Zagreb where he finished high school and, after graduating in 1920 he enrolled to study law, and a year later philosophy. He spent a short time working in the Zagreb theatre, followed by many years working as a librarian in the Hygienic Institute.

From Contemporary Croatian Poetry Translations by Antun Nizeteo and G. Marvin Tatum. lt;< Previous Article.

Polić, Joe Matošić, Ante Neimarević, Tin Ujević, Slavko Kolar, Miroslav Krleža, Vjekoslav Kaleb, Dinko T. Chudoba, Ulderiko Donadini, Mate Balota (Mijo Mirković), Nikola Pavić, Ante Branko Šimić, Gustav Krklec, Vjekoslav Majer, Stjepan Mihalić, Dobriša Cesarić, Stanislav Šimić, Nikola Šop, Drago Gervais, Geno Senečić, Drago Ivanišević, Leo Držić, Ranko Marinković, Joža Horvat, Mak Dizdar, Pero Budak, Mirko Božić, Mirko Trišler, Ivan Raos, Boro Pavlović, Fadil Hadžić, Vesna Parun, Miljenko Smoje, Slobodan Novak, Zvonimir Golob, Slavko Mihalić, Mladen Kerstner, Boris Palčić Caskin, Milivoj Slavi. Be the first to ask a question about Antologija hrvatskog humora. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Dobriša Cesarić, jedan od najvećih hrvatskih pjesnika svih vremena. Dragutin Tadijanović. Tiho, o tiho govori mi jesen: šuštanjem lišća i šapatom kiše.

Dobriša Cesarić (10 January 1902 – 18 December 1980) was a Croatian poet and translator born in Požega. His first appearance on the literary scene was when he was 14 years old, with a poem "I ja ljubim" (eng. "I too love") which was published in a magazine for the youth called "Pobratim" (eng. "Stepbrother"). His work as a poet consists of ten poem books and a few translations.

Tracklist

Hrvatsko Pjesništvo XX. Stoljeća
A1 Dobriša Cesarić Pjesma Mrtvog Pjesnika • O Pjesniku • Voćka Poslije Kiše • Krik • U Suton
A2 Antun Gustav Matoš Jesenje Veče • O Pjesniku • Notturno • Zvono • Maćuhica • Utjeha Kose
A3 Mak Dizdar Zapis O Zemlji • O Pjesniku • Krikovi • Modra Rijeka
B1 Miroslav Krleža Jesenja Pjesma • O Pjesniku • Ni Med Cvetjem Ni Pravice • Tvornički Dimnjaci
B2 Dragutin Tadijanović Dugo U Noć, U Zimsku Bijelu Noć • O Pjesniku • Večer Nad Gradom • Pada Snijeg
B3 Tin Ujević Svakidašnja Jadikovka • O Pjesniku • Ove Su Riječi Crne Od Dubine • Notturno

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Studio Radio Pula
  • Recorded At – Studio 6, Zagreb

Credits

  • Illustration – Alfio Klarić
  • Recorded By – Josip Jemeršić, Mihajlo Tikvicki

Notes

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