guslar


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guslar

(ɡuːsˈlɑː)
n
(Instruments) a person who plays the gusla
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Later on, a guslar named Salih Ugljanin would describe Cor Huso in
eventually to enjoy an enormous reputation as an itinerant guslar who
6) The principal location, Lord tells us, for the performance of the guslar songs in the towns and villages of what used to be Yugoslavia is (or at least was before the disasters of the late twentieth century) the coffee house, the inn, the tavern.
The picture is enriched by the presence of officers, servants, Serbian peasants, outlaws (hajduci), even a blind guslar.
guslarplural guslariSerbo-Croatian guslar, a derivative of gusle single-stringed fiddle
Lord's thorough description of the art of the Yugoslavian guslar is curiously silent on gesture.