DOBROUDJA FOLK SONGS · DOBRA SAVOVA

The 1950s marked the beginning of a renewal of Bulgarian folk art. Many national and local folk art festivals were founded at that time. Radio Sofia and the regional radio stations tried to attract talented singers and musicians for their programmes. For many of those people of different professions folk music became a destiny. One of the newly found talents of that time was the Dobroudja singer Dobra Savova. She was born in the village of Koriten, Dobroudja region and inherited the singing talent of her family. Her gift was appreciated well beyond the boundaries of her village when she was noticed by music specialists at a folk art festival. This set the beginning of her professional career and today we always connect the Dobroudja region with her songs. These are songs of her family and her village. People started listening to them on Radio Varna, at concerts, on the programmes of Radio Sofia. She has made numerous recordings, which will pass on to future generations her unique singing talent and authentic Dobroudja vocal style. The present programme presents a part of them. It begins with the song “Esen se zaesenyava”, which has brought her popularity and the never-fading love of her listeners.

DOBROUDJA FOLK SONGS · DOBRA SAVOVA

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  • Track Listing

    [1] Esen se zaesenyava  3’41’’

    [2] Rekoh ti, rekoh, mari Dobro  3’23’’

    [3] Dobur den, lelyo 2’26’’

    [4] Sednali sa, sednali  5’00’’

    [5] Provodi Kolyo za Rada  3’50’’

    [6] Stoyan mami si dumashe 2’34’’

    [7] Dobroudjo, yunashka Dobroudjo 2’59’’

    [8] Andonovata maichitsa   2’29’’

    [9] Kichi sa, Radke, trufi sa  2’37’’

    [10] Na Stancho gosti doidoha   5’44’’

    [11] Zalyubih, mamo, Elenka 3’28’’

    [12] Izkaral mi e Kara Dimiter 2’39’’

    [13] Mome, malka mome  2’24’’

    [14] Otkak se selo zaseli  3’17’’

    [15] Red sidyat momi i ergeni  2’33’’

    [16] Tonyova mama dumashe   4’07’’

    [17] Razbolya sa Georgi 2’47’’

    [18] Stoyan na niva otiva 3’35’’

    Total Time: 59’40’’

  • Participating

    Folk Orchestra

    Conductors: Stoyan Angelov, Kosta Kolev,
    Anastas Naumov, Hristo Todorov, Emil Kolev