VASSIL ARNAUDOV & SOFIA CHAMBER CHOIR

The conductor Vassil Arnaudov is an example of high musical culture and mastership in the development of Bulgarian conductor art. Even today, 12 years after his death, we still remember his top achievements. During his creative art he visited many places in Bulgaria so as to help a lot of conductors and choirs. He passed his knowledge with deep love to his students, and a number of them have become famous choir conductors. His greatest achievement is with the Sofia Chamber Choir and the “Rodina” Choir in Rousse. Part of the magnificent performances of the Sofia Chamber Choir have been included in the present release, which is dedicated to the 70th anniversary of Vassil Arnaudov’s birth. The programme features Bulgarian composers, whom the conductor had a great respect for. His collaboration with different composers has often provoked the creation of works specially written for the Sofia Chamber Choir. Admirers of choral singing will find some of them in the present release.

VASSIL ARNAUDOV & SOFIA CHAMBER CHOIR

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  • Track Listing

    Philip Koutev

    [1] Dragana and the Nightingale, folk lyrics 2'50''

    [2] A Gun Went off 6'07''

    Krassimir Kyurkchiiski

    [3] A Little Bird Is Singing, folk lyrics 3'35''

    Lyubomir Pipkov

    [4] Hushaby, Damyancho, folk lyrics 5'07''

    Alexander Tanev

    [5] May this Girl Be Mine, lyrics by Kiril Hristov 2'49''

    Ivan Spassov

    [6] Two Drums Are Beaten, folk lyrics 2'10''

    Solveig's Songs, lyrics by Theodor Trayanov

    [7] Northern Song 3'35''

    [8] The White Ship 2'23''

    [9] Solveig's Song 2'53''

    Konstantin Iliev

    Quiet Songs, lyrics by Nikolai Liliev

    [10] The Quiet Spring Rain 1'17''

    [11] I Know a Dearly Cherished Place 2'37''

    [12] Bright Morning 0'39''

    Lyubomir Pipkov

    Subdued Songs, lyrics by Marina Tsvetaeva

    [13] A Drop Fell from the Sky 1'18''

    [14] You, Who Are Looking for a Ford 4'26''

    [15] My Mouth Will not Sing and Argue Forever 3'54''

    [16] To Grandma 4'59''

    Dimitar Nenov

    [17] The Holy One, lyrics by E. Bagryana 3'10''

    Todor Popov

    [18] An Autumn Song, lyrics by Ivan Peichev 4'46''

    Milko Kolarov

    From "The Four Seasons" Cycle

    [19] The Bright Rain, lyrics by Nikola Indjov 3'41''

    [20] Autumn Was Coming, lyrics by Ivan Davidkov 3'01''

    Pancho Vladigerov

    [21] Grozdanka and the Little Blackamoor, lyrics by Nikolai Liliev 1'38''

    Total: 66'52''

  • Participating

    Sofia Chamber Choir

    Soloist: Violeta Sartsanova