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Sažetak Although the inhabitants of Gorski Kotar do not think they have their own, original music, the latest approaches to research and understanding of folklore and other popular music prove that the Gorski Kotar music bears its specific features both in its contents and in the way it is performed. The Gorski Kotar music, for the most part instrumental, lives to the full through the solo music on the diatonal accordion hegolinka, through different musical groups (from the tamburitza ones to the folk and popular), through secular and church choirs and groups of singers in churches and spontaneously gathered. If we are to search for the stylistic origins of the Gorski Kotar music, we can observe the so-called «Alpine styleČ in the
music forms such as polka, walz and march, as well as in the structure elements: beat, rhythm, tonality and the way the melody is formed. The players from Gorski Kotar also perform music with local (Delnice, Lazar) and regional (Goranski, Horvacko) names. Wedding marches, still popular in Gorski Kotar, are a part of this group; they are performed as a part of different customs and as improvisations of
the players of the heligonka.
In the group of vocal and vocal-instrumental music there are the so-called starogradske (old-town) songs that used to be performed in other, especially Northern, parts of our country. These songs, having the instrumental accomaniment, are performed by choirs
(Delnice, Skrad). The folklore groups in their usual form (with dancers, singers and national costumes) are rare in Gorski Kotar (Delnice, Severin na Kupi), because they did not meet the
standards for the folklore festivals due to the disappearance of the national custome.
There are smaller popular choirs organized in churches, in which singers of usually both sexes, accompanied by melodeon, most often sing both well-known and unknown religious songs, arranged in their own way (Skrad, Lokve, Brod Moravice). The choirs in Mrkopalj and Ravna Gora perform the arranged part-singing songs.
The research of contemporary music from Gorski Kotar is based on the fieldwork research by a team from the Croatian Radio's Editorship for Folk Music, a part of the Croatian Television's Department for Popular and Traditional Culture, as well as on the about 200 songs collected for the collection in the dozen of Gorski Kotar's villages.