BULGARIAN MUSICAL FOLKLORE, VOL. 1

Gega New starts the CD series BULGARIAN MUSICAL FOLKLORE aiming to present the great variety of songs and instrumental pieces in the different musical layers: starting from ancient samples, to the present day. It is the company's objective to show the trends and tendencies in the development of folk music.
BULGARIAN MUSICAL FOLKLORE - Vol. 1 features music from Dobroudja and North Bulgaria, the Rhodope Mountains, the Shoppe region, Thracia, and Pirin Macedonia, recorded by prominent representatives of these folk regions.

BULGARIAN MUSICAL FOLKLORE, VOL. 1

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  • Track Listing

    [1] Krushovensko horo 4'18''

    [2] Selo, selo 3'07''

    [3] Sednal mi Damyan chorbadji 4'15''

    [4] Bouchimish 3'24''

    [5] Svirchitse ne zasvirevai 1'25''

    [6] Opas 2'46''

    [7] Severnyashka suite 4'22''

    [8] Bre Petrunko 1'23''

    [9] Paidushko horo 2'44''

    [10] Bre Ivane 2'29''

    [11] Concerto Piece for Folk Orchestra 5'39''

    [12] Furuglitsa treperti and Teche mi voda studena 3'28''

    [13] Makedonski vihar 3'12''

    [14] Tri momi 1'22''

    [15] Shepherd's song, svornato and Pravo horo 4'35''

    [16] Molih ta, maicho and Son mi doide na ochise 3'50''

    [17] Balkandjiisko horo 2'44''

    [18] Severnyashki motifs 6'28''

    DDD 61'31''

  • Performed by

    Performed by: Wind Orchestra; Rhodopea Kaba Trio, Choir of Dobroudja Folk Ensemble - Dobrich; The Shoppe Group: P. Stefanov (bagpipe), R. Vrazhev (kaval), I. Perduhov (tamboura), S. Simeonov (tamboura), R. Genkov (gadulka);The Georgiev Sisters; Delcho Mitev (clarinet) and Dimitar Milarov (accordion); The Dobroudjanska Troika: S. Georgiev (concertina), I. Petrov (gadulka), A. Mitev (bagpipe); Philip Koutev Folk Ensemble Orchestra; The Bisserov Sisters; Orchestra of Dobroudja Folk Ensemble, Angel Vangelov (accordion); Georgi Musorliev (gaida), Orchestra of the Bulgarian National Radio Folk Ensemble, Dobroudja Folk Ensemble, Georgi Kichukov (bagpipe); orchestra

    Conductors: Hristofor Radanov, Kostadin Buradjiev, Georgi Andreev