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Gde si Dušo, Gde si Rano

Davorin Jenko (1835 - 1914)
arr. Ključo / Tadić


In this beautiful song by Slovenian composer Davorin Jenko (1835-1914), based on a poem by Serbian poet Branko Radičević (1824-1953), a woman pleads to her beloved in her thoughts.
"Where are you, my soul? A whole week has passed and you haven't come to me. Where are you my agony? The sun has set, darkness has come yet I remain alone".
The piece became so popular that most people consider it a traditional folk song.
With some elements of Argentinian Tango, the duo underlines the passionate and longing lyrics of the song.