A legend from Kyustendil region has it: a poor woman had naughty and always hungry children. She got tired of working for the daily bread, which was never enough for her children; she got tired of being kept responsible for their mischief and cursed them. She herself turned into a welkya (night tawny owl). But then her anger receded and she keeps looking for her children to the present day.
This legend has inspired Theodosii Spassov to write his highly impressive piece Welkya. The mythical, the invisible, the impossible, the unexpected turns into a sound reality. And it seems this is exactly that makes Theodosii Spassov unique. Even in the pronouncedly folk pieces his jokes and musical witticisms surprise and amaze with their rich imagination and "jumps" from one genre to another. The artist feels pleasure to "juggle" with them, to "play" with his kaval. And thus everyone is involved in this game, both the musicians and the listeners!
THEODOSII SPASSOV · WELKYA
 Tum-Pa-Ta-Ta, Takun-Ta-Ta 4'44"
 Galeno Horo (For Roumen Sirakov) 5'05"
 Ruchenitsa-Ruchkanitsa 4'58"
 Lalitsa 2'53"
 Momina Muka (The Maiden's Grief) 3'03"
 Krai Selo Na Bairite (By the Village, on the Hills) 3'19"
 Unnamed 1'25"
 Nyakude v Rodopite (Somewhere in the Rhodopes) 5'03"
 Graovo Dance 3'57"
 Byal Samolet (A White Plane) 7'01"
 Manipulation (For Milcho Leviev and "Katumi") 5'25"
 Balada za Edna Naduta Gaida
(Ballad about a Puffed up Bagpipe) 5'59"
 Welkya (Night Tawny Owl) 3'59"
Theodosii Spassov (kaval, vocals, bagpipe)
Yanka Rupkina (vocals), Boika Velkova (recitatives)
Georgi Petrov (gadulka), Valentin Yankov (tamboura)
Georgi Donchev (bass), Stoyan Yankulov (percussions)
Music and arrangements
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