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Feb 08, 2000
Traditional and Contemporary music from Eastern Europe!
Radio show producer/host Smilen Savov created Musical Notes from Eastern Europe with Smilen, the first Internet radio program devoted to traditional and contemporary music from Eastern Europe. Musical Notes from Eastern Europe with Smilen can be found on Ituner.com at http://www.Ituner.com/ along with links to interactive message boards. On the Internet, where time zones don't matter, Musical Notes from Eastern Europe with Smilen is available 24 hours a day and updated each week. The program also airs live on Sundays from 1:00 to 2:00 PM EST on http://www.talentfactory.com/schedule.html
Eastern Europe is a rich meld of ancient ethnicities, cultures and religions. The music of this area, which includes the Balkans, Transylvania and the Carpathian Mountains, embodies this diversity and richness. Distinctive tunes and rhythms infuse an expressive music with unique pathos and unbridled energy. Beyond these lands, this music is virtually unknown, even to world music enthusiasts.
A major reason for making Musical Notes from Eastern Europe with Smilen available on the Internet is to expose this music to new and wider audiences. Musical Notes from Eastern Europe with Smilen features artists such as Hungarian Marta Sebastyan, who performed the haunting vocals in the Hollywood hit The English Patient, Bulgaria s scintillating clarinetist Ivo Papasov, Bulgarian Women s Choir Angelite, the high-octane Romanian pan flute player Zamphir, Taraf de Haidouks, Croatian group Gazde, Balkan-inspired rock band Sniper and the River Dance musician Nikola Parov and his band Zsaratnok. Musical Notes from Eastern Europe with Smilen and Ituner.com on the Internet are today s gateway to this exhilarating new music.
About Ituner Networks Corporation
Ituner Networks Corporation is a privately owned Corporation, located in Silicon Valley, California. Ituner Networks offers Class A Telco/Broadcast facilities, currently operating via multiple DS-3, OC12 and T-1s connections offering direct lines to multiple Internet Backbone peering points. In late 1996, Ituner was the first company to implement and successfully use splitting and buffering technologies, gathering live signal from multiple sources around the world.
To provide a turnkey, format independent streaming solution for companies that want to broadcast to large audiences over the Internet. We are developing large scale broadcasting systems, operating congestion free, distributed networksof streaming audio and video servers, and creating value-added solutions to meet all customers needs. Our Broadcast sites are located in San Jose, San Francisco, London and Eastern Europe.
Ituner is the founder and sponsor of EE-Radio Relay, the first Eastern European Internet Radio Relay. Since 1996, EE-Radio brings live and on demand radio from more than 10 Eastern European Radio Stations using signal splitting technologies. Since its inception Ituner has served several millions of listeners around the world.
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