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Comments about the soundtrack for Troy (Gabriel Yared/James Horner)

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Re: Macedonian Singers? History Mistakes!
• Posted by: equinox
• Date: Wednesday, January 5, 2005, at 8:28 a.m.
• IP Address: chello080108250170.17.14.univie.teleweb.at
• In Response to: Re: Macedonian Singers? History Mistakes! (Simoon)

> I agree with you about certain things: f.e. in those times they spoke
> ancient greek, not macedonian, but as far as I know the entire movie is on
> english, the language that wasn't used there like EVER, so singing on one
> of the languages from the parts that did belong to the ancient Greece
> doesn't seem so strange. Second thing: except the End credit song, music,
> especially Sparta, Hector's Funeral and the Mourning women resembles the
> ancient greek music, believe it or not some of the folk music from all the
> countries that once were part of the ancient empires like Greece or the
> great macedonian empire still sounds like that. Wonder WHY???
And the
> last thing: there is no language and was never ever a language called
> YUGOSLAVIAN!!!!!!! Yugoslavia was the country that had 6 republics , and
> one of them was Macedonia and people there spoke and still speak
> macedonian! And they spoke it even during the osmanic occupation, and I'm
> sure you know how long that lasted! About languages: Slovenia has
> slovenian, Serbia serbian, Monte Negro slightly different serbian, Croatia
> croatian, and finally Bosnia and Herzegowina croatian-serbian. I'm not
> going to elaborate for how long they have been using them, because it will
> take too much of my time.
"Slavic" refers to a bigger group
> of languages.
And by the way, the name Yugoslavia ( Jugoslavija )
> means jug=south, slavija= refers to Slavic nations. So please, maybe you
> should read a bit more about history of those parts, before you start
> criticizing others.
And just for the record, no, I'm not macedonian.

> Simoon

There are 6 languages from former Yugoslavia. Trust me because I live there. Those are: serbian, croatian, bosnian, slovenian, macedonian and motenegrin. Of the mentioned I speak bosnian, and when I try, I can be perfectly fluent in montenegrin, serbian and croatian. The most distingushed of all are slovenian and macedonian which are different to the rest like german is to dutch or norwegian, or jewish to arabian language. They have some distant simmilarities, but that is all. I live in Montenegro (I donīt speak itīs language though, which doesnīt mean I donīt know it) but I canīt understand or speak macedonian or slovenian although my language too comes from slavic group of languages. Russian is also alsvic but I canīt speak it.
Macedonian is not the same as ancient macedonian. It has nothing to do whith it, because it is slavic. Ancient macedonian was spoken by people who lived in Macedonia before the arrival of Slavs. It was simmilar to greek. Comparing ancient macedonian and modern macedonian is like comparing american english and language spoken by native Americans.




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