Emil Cossetto managed Zagreb’s Radio and conducted orchestras in Belgrade. He wrote more than a thousand works, compositions for orchestras, chamber musics, cantatas, oratorios, and operas. “Došo došo Juro je” is a song meant to be loudly sung, stressing the accents mentioned. You can accompany on the guitar by playing the chords mentioned. “Juro i terzelen Juro” means “George, here is the Green George” (he is arrived). Juro Zeleni (the Green George, Saint George) is a legendary character often presented in folk from Eastern Europe. He is still celebrated in Zagreb during May. He was from Cappadocia then went to Libya and defeated a dragon, that’s why he was so famous and there are still today many traces of him in different cultures. He can be linked to trees and resurgence. In Eastern Europe, Saint George’s Day is the first game’s grazing day of spring. The animals are crowned with flower wreaths, and people sing. Slav people from Carinthia celebrate Saint George by throwing his representation into the water to insure summer rain and green fields. In Transylvania and Romania, Saint George’s Day was long spring’s most important celebration. In Russia, the Saint is called Yegory or Yury — a name closed to Juro. It was also celebrated in Bavaria. J. G. Frazer wrote an incredible book entitled “The Golden Bough” (published by Éditions R. Laffont, col. “Bouquins”) which is a true goldmine for every person who wishes to know more.