songs

Songs about Petrovic:

songsExceeder (Mladen Petrovic 5am Remix) by Tribal Maniak from the Album More Than Minimal EP

songsHommage à Petrovics by Marino Formenti from the Album Kurtág's Ghosts

songsInto Space (Into Berry space mix feat. Alek Petrovic & Lima Vasic) by Aural Imbalance from the Album Legacy The Remixes

songsJa sam popio bas sve (feat. Dejan Petrovic Big Band) by Digitalna draga feat. Dejan Petrovic Big Band from the Album Zivot i prikljucenije

songsJanácek: From the House of the Dead (Z Mrtvého Domu) / Act 2 - Alexandr Petrovic, bude praznik by Richard Novak from the Album Janácek: From The House Of The Dead

songsJanácek: From the House of the Dead (Z Mrtvého Domu) / Act 2 - Alexandr Petrovic, bude praznik by Jaroslav Soucek from the Album Janácek: Operas (9 CDs)

songsJanácek: From the House of the Dead (Z Mrtvého Domu) / Act 2 - Alexandr Petrovic, bude praznik by Richard Novak from the Album Janácek: From The House Of The Dead [+digital booklet]

books

Books about Petrovic:

booksA Portrait of the Artist as a Political Dissident: The Life and Work of Aleksandar Petrovic by Vlastimir Sudar (Apr 15, 2013)

booksPetrovic: Webster's Timeline History, 1905 - 2004 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)

booksPetrovic: Webster's Timeline History, 1772 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Aug 17, 2010)

booksPETROVIC-NJEGOS, PETAR(1813-1851): An entry from Gale's Encyclopedia of Philosophy by Vuko Pavicevic (2006)

booksOpeners: A Frank Petrovic mystery by Michael E. Benson (Jul 28, 2010)

booksAlvarado's Woman (A Frank Petrovic Mystery Book 2) by Michael Benson (Jul 28, 2010)

booksSurfing Mr Petrovic by Colin Bowles (Jun 30, 1997)

wiki

Wiki information Petrovic:

Petrović-Njegoš dynasty
Royal line, Family

The Petrović-Njegoš was the ruling family of Montenegro from 1696 to 1918. Montenegro had enjoyed de facto independence from the Ottoman Empire from 1711 but only received formal international recognition as an independent principality in...

Vladimir Petrović
Soccer Midfielder, Football team manager, Measured person, Athlete, Football player, Person

Vladimir Petrović is a Serbian football manager and former player. He is widely known domestically by his nickname Pižon, after the French for pigeon. He was last working as manager of Yemen.