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Ljubov Demeter - Gypsy Songs and Romances

Ljubov Demeter - Gypsy Songs and Romances
ID: MKM219
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subcollection: Gypsy Music

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LIVE ON THE SOUTH BANK

LIVE ON THE SOUTH BANK
ID: CMG006
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Traditional
Subcollection: Gypsy Music

ářčáářZUM - Live on the South Bank Recorded live in the Purcell Room, December 2001
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DIVA REKA GROUP - BULGARIAN ETHNO MUSIC

DIVA REKA GROUP - BULGARIAN ETHNO MUSIC
ID: GD353
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Traditional
Subcollection: Ethno

Diva Reka Group was founded by some renowned musicians. Together with their guests in this programme, they have attained experience and popularity in various folk formations (Bulgarian National Radio Folk Music Orchestra, Trakia Ensemble, Pirin Ensemble, Eva Quartet). They unite their talents and skills in order to present to their listeners popular folk songs and instrumental pieces in a modern and unique way and at the same time they show their admiration for traditions. The whole programme is compiled to present a tour of the different ethnographic regions in Bulgaria and features an incredible variety of rhythms, melodies and meters, while the performers demonstrate an exceptional knowledge of the specific folklore regions.

Musicians: Kostadin Genchev - kaval Dimitar Hristov - tambura Stela Petrova - double bass Petar Mitov - percussions

Guest appearances: Gergana Dimitrova - voice Evelina Hristova - voice Julia Gatderova - voice Valentin Vassev - piano
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THE GRANNIES FROM SVOGE AND SVIDNYA - AUTHENTIC FOLKLORE

THE GRANNIES FROM SVOGE AND SVIDNYA - AUTHENTIC FOLKLORE
ID: GD343
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Traditional
Subcollection: Folk Music

Performers: Svidnya Troika: Vaska Ilkova (77), Ivanka Dinkova (79), Filatka Sokolova (68) Svoge Group: Tsvetanka Panchova (78), Elitsa Simeonova (72), Slavka Angelova (64), Vena Yordanova (65), Tsenka Krasteva (81), Evdokia Velkova (72), Nadejda Nikolova (68), Temenuzhka Kirova (39), Paraskeva Marinkova (64)

Art Manager - Snejanka BORISSOVA

Svoge and Svidnya are located on the northern border of the polyphonic Shope region. Situated on both banks of the Iskar River, they strive to preserve their unique folk heritage. The singers of the Svoge Group have worked together since 1980, and those from the Svidnya Troika - since 1981. Their age ranges from 64 to 81 years. Many of the singers remember the time when these songs were part of their way of living: ritual songs, songs for harvest time, pastoral, working-bee, horo, at the table songs. For this reason they sound so authentic! The singers perform in antiphony to present the local polyphonic tradition (both groups alternate). One of the singers (a “whooper”) sings the song, while the rest drag the bourdon voice (“draggers”). The songs are very effective; they also employ trill-like quavers and yelling. Some monophonic songs are also included in the album, but they are not so many. They resemble the polyphonic songs in their ornamentation, melody and rhythmic structure. The Svoge Group and the Svidnya Troika often participate at different folk festivals and celebrations, TV and radio programmes. During the past few years they have been working with the famous folk singer Snejanka Borissova. “We know that these songs are ancient and beautiful. But we are the only ones who know this ... There is nobody to sing them now - nobody would set to do this. We feel very sorry about that…” These revelations of the grannies from Svoge and Svidnya speak of the value of this release.
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BULGARIAN FOLK DANCES - PETKO RADEV & FRIENDS

BULGARIAN FOLK DANCES - PETKO RADEV & FRIENDS
ID: GD351
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Traditional
Subcollection: Folk Music

Petko Radev, clarinet, has a special place in Bulgarian music culture. On the one hand, he is one of the most renowned classical music performers. He played in the Bulgarian National Radio Orchestra, in Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra and the Milan Scala orchestra. His solo repertoire is impressive. Gega New has released recordings of his performances together with pianist Maria Prinz (GD 226). Petko Radev is a professor in the Sofia Academy of Music.
Together with that, he is a legend in Bulgarian folk music. Being a brilliant performer, he skillfully combines his virtuosic technique with magnificent improvisations on samples of Bulgarian folk music. He founded a folk music orchestra and participated in the recordings of many folk singers: Staika Gyokova, Nedialka Keranova, Yovcho Karaivanov, Gruycho Dochev, etc. For a period of nearly 20 years, performing partners of Petko Radev are among the best instrumentalists in Bulgaria: Petko Dachev, Kosta Kolev, Emil Kolev, Ivan Kirev, Yordan Yotov, Ivan Hadjiiski. Recordings of that period have long been perceived as classics in Bulgarian folk music and the next generation of performers (some of them his pupils in the Academy of Music) feel respect and regard for the musician who created a new style in the folk genre.
The album Petko Radev & Friends features the closest partners of the musician. It continues the release Petko Radev and Petko Dachev (GD 230). The two CDs are evidence of his talent and skill, of his ability to unite and develop the achievements of his older colleagues. Petko Radev’s unique style still continues to bring joy to the admirers of Bulgarian folk music.


Soloists: Petko Radev - clarinet, Ivan Kirev - accordion, Petko Dachev - accordion, Ivan Mihov - violin, Ivan Hadjiiski - trumpet, Ivan Shibilev - accordion, Emil Kolev - accordion, Yordan Yotov - accordion

Orchestra conducted by Petko Radev, Ivan Kirev, Hristo Todorov, Emil Kolev,
Kosta Kolev
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TRAKIA FOLKLORE ENSEMBLE - FOLK SONGS & DANCES

TRAKIA FOLKLORE ENSEMBLE - FOLK SONGS & DANCES
ID: GD110
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Traditional
Subcollection: Folk Music

The recording of the TRAKIA Ensemble holds a particular place in the series of CDs of the best Bulgarian folk ensembles released by GEGA NEW.
At first glance, the TRAKIA Ensemble continues the tradition of the best formations: its repertoire is based on authentic folk songs, tunes and dances from all over Bulgaria, the orchestra is traditional, the music and dance material has been interpreted by famous artists who also work with other folk groups.
And still, with the very first bars the listener hears, there comes a surprise: a sparkling choir, a virtuoso and aggressive orchestra and, before all, an interpretation of songs we all know but seem to discover for the first time! The merit of art director and conductor Stefan Moutafchiev in this respect is invaluable. A man of unique musical thinking he was never after outer effects but rather subjected his work with the ensemble to his deep conviction that today the Bulgarian folklore should be developed and enriched by those expressive devices that prevail in 20th-century world music.
Of course, in his creative efforts Moutafchiev was immensely facilitated by each and every performer of the TRAKIA Ensemble. All of them have graduated from the folk-music schools in Kotel and Shiroka Luka, or the Academy for Music and Dance Art in Plovdiv. And all of them, art director and performers, have been united by a common aesthetic idea.
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AUTHENTIC BULGARIAN FOLK SONGS

AUTHENTIC BULGARIAN FOLK SONGS
ID: GD113
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Traditional
Subcollection: Folk Music

There is yet another merit of this CD; the recordings have been made in the home of a family from the village of Draginovo which fact further enhances the feeling of sincerity, naturalness and authenticity.
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BULGARIAN MUSICAL FOLKLORE - Vol. 1

BULGARIAN MUSICAL FOLKLORE - Vol. 1
ID: GD116
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Traditional
Subcollection: 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.

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), R. Genkov (gadulka), S. Simeonov (tamboura); The Georgiev Sisters; The Dobroudjanska Troika: S. Georgiev (concertina), I. Petrov (gadulka), A. Mitev (bagpipe); Philip Koutev Folk Ensemble Orchestra; Delcho Mitev (clarinet) and Dimitar Milarov (accordion); Orchestra of Dobroudja Folk Ensemble - Dobrich; The Bisserov Sisters; Angel Vangelov (accordion); Georgi Musorliev (gaida); Orchestra of the Bulgarian National Radio Folk Ensemble; Dobroudja Folk Ensemble - Dobrich; Georgi Kichukov (bagpipe); orchestra
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PHILIP KOUTEV BULGARIAN FOLK ENSEMBLE

PHILIP KOUTEV BULGARIAN FOLK ENSEMBLE
ID: GD119
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Traditional
Subcollection: Folk Music

Philip Koutev's work was in constant progress and this CD is an illustration of the almost half-a-century folk-musical process. Starting with Koutev's famous Polegnala e Tudora (Tudora Lay Down), the singers perform several of his songs. The songs and instrumental pieces by Georgi Genov, Georgi Andreev and Hristofor Radanov show us the musical idiom of the younger generation, while Theodosii Spassov's works are indicative of a musician's non-traditional approach to the different genres. The programme ends with Dva guluba (Two Pigeons) by Kosta Kolev, a renowned master of folk arrangements. And to complete the picture, there are three sisters from the Pirin Mountains and some Shoppe singers, who take us back to the original sources of this fascinating music.

Elena Kouteva, chief artistic director
Georgi Genov, choir-master
Georgi Andreev, conductor of the orchestra

Soloists: Sorina Bogomilova, Stoyanka Dosseva, Nikolina Raikova, Todorka Momcheva, Neli Andreeva, Sofia Ilieva, the Bisserov Sisters, Yordan Georgiev (tupan). Nedyalko Nedyalkov (kaval), Peyo Peev (gadulka), Nikola Nikolov (gaida), Lyudmila Radkova, Daniela Radkova, Monika Stoyanova, Antoaneta Zareva, Reni Pavlova, Kouna Zhelyazkova, Nikolina Skorcheva, Theodosii Spassov (kaval), Dimiter Todorov (gaida)
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RHODOPEA KABA TRIO - Vol. 2 - FOLK SONGS

RHODOPEA KABA TRIO - Vol. 2 - FOLK SONGS
ID: GD124
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Traditional
Subcollection: Folk Music

After the success of the first programme of the RHODOPEA Kaba Trio (GD 183), the second release of the trio features again Rhodope songs from RHODOPEA's repertoire. This time the trio performs accompanied by an instrumental group, rather than a cappella. Of particular interest are the songs by Stefan Dragostinov. They demonstrate the broad range of the singers' unique vocal abilities. Their beautiful alto voices are close in timbre to the sounding of the Rhodope kaba bagpipe. That is why the songs, recorded in an authentic unison with Georgi Kichukov's kaba bagpipe, fascinate the listeners.

Participating: Georgi Kichukov (kaba bagpipe) and instrumental group
Stefan Dragostinov, conductor (14, 15, 16)
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