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Teofilovic Twins, Ratko and Radisa, are, in every meaning of the word, unique performers of ancient Serbian and Balkan music. During their fifteen years of preparations - before they finally decided to break the silence and appear on European scene - they have solved the mystery of the second voice, and found long lost harmonies of traditional singing. Their debut album Cuvari sna (Dream Keepers), released 1998 was the first one of the future series of four albums, that would complete the initial circle. Teofilovic Twins have been making recordings for the National Radio and Television since 1994 and up to now have recorded 4 CD's
Two Serbs that are brothers, at last. When brothers - the Serbs, twins, intertwine their I through their singing, and then they intertwine their YOU, a harmony develops. Ratko and Radiša are adventurers same as any true singers. They are aware that their instrument is within themselves, they try their skills, they dance, intervene unassumingly respecting the personality of the author of a folk song. They prove that a folk song is not a fetish, not a relic, but perpetual liturgical progress of spirit through times.
Those brothers are neither global peasants nor citizens of the world. They are one folk singer reflected in the mirror that, as a duplicated monolith, stands amidst a desert
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