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15 years to Dublin - Puck and Piper

15 years to Dublin - Puck and Piper
ID: SKMR068
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subkolektion: Folk Music

Celtic folk

Puck & Piper is the first Russian ensemble that started to play Celtic music.

"Puck and Piper" - the collective created by Timur Rafiev in 1993, was the first Moscow group executing the Celtic music. The name has been borrowed at an old Irish legend. “P&P” were at the beginnings Irish pub`music in Russia. In group repertoire are presented both well-known Irish pub`songs, and tool dancing melodies on the Irish delay (uillean pipe) - Irish jigs and reel.
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Celtomania ...Ten Years After

Celtomania ...Ten Years After
ID: SKMR072
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: World MusicSubkolektion: Folk Music

Genre: Folk, World, & Country
Style: Celtic

The new collection-album "Keltomanija" is collected, or as speak спродюсирован Michael Smirnovym. In it the best Celtic compositions from the best Celtic groups such as are presented: Si Mhor, Art Ceilidh, Puck`n`Piper, Telenn Gwad, Mervent, Slua Si, Clann Lir and Vladimir Lazerson. It is classics of a genre!
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About Dobrynya - Bylina

About Dobrynya - Bylina
ID: SKMR085
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subkolektion: Folk Music

Ancient epic songs of the Olonets province
Bylina of Fofanov I.T. is performed by Scobelev O.A.

Dear listeners! You hold a disco with the record of “About Dobrynya” bylina, probably the first complete record of the bylina made in the 21st century. It is a reconstruction because bylinas were last recorded in traditional environment in the 1950s. Since that time performing of bylinas by native folk singers has completely stopped. This bylina was reconstructed on the basis of the old sound record of Ivan Terentievich Fofanov the famous narrator (1873-1943) who dictated the text of this bylina.
Bylina is a Russian ancient epic song. The plot of bylina is some heroic event or a remarkable episode from the Russian history. The term “bylina” was first used by I.P Saharov, folklorist (1807-1863) in the 1840s.
The first bylinas appeared probably before the Baptism of Russia (988) and they had features of very ancient pagan epic songs, which were later “Christianized”. According to the place of their origin bylinas are divided into Kiev and Novgorodian, and later All-Russian ones. The peculiar poetic language of bylinas and the way to perform them had developed for many centuries. It is considered that in old time narrators performed bylinas playing the gusli, later their performance was a type of cantillation. The basis of the special bylina’s accentual verse is commensurability of lines and stresses that result in rhythmic uniformity. Although the narrators used only few melodies they enriched them with various intonations and also they changed their timbre.
As a rule a bylina consists of three parts: the introduction, which is not directly related to the content, its aim is to prepare the audience for listening, then the main part (action) and the conclusion.
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MERVENT 2

MERVENT 2
ID: SKMR071
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: TraditionalSubkolektion: Folk Music

Celnic folk Russian folk

Mervent:
Anastasia Papisova - celtic harp, vocals, Irish dance
Igor Burmistrov - fiddle, guitar, vocal.
Vadim Bedov - mandola, guitar, vocals
Valery Novgorodov - djembe, bodhran, talking drum, percussion
Vladimir Cherepovsky - recorders, whistles (tin- and low), jaleika, spoons

Celtic music has risen swiftly in popularity in Russia since it first began to be heard in the mid-1990s. The first bands on the scene in the late 90s included Si Mhor, Slua Si, Puck and Piper. Feeling their way in a new idiom and meeting up with new musicians on the same course, frequently by chance, the bands found a focus in the First Celtic Music Festival in Russia, held in Moscow in 1998. Since then twice-yearly festivals of Celtic inspired music have centred on St Patrick's Day and Samhain (the Pagan New Year). The initial, perhaps experimental, phase in Celtic music in Russia has come to a close, and recently a number of the original bands split up and reformed in new groupings under the leadership of individuals who have developed a clear vision of how they wish to express themselves through the broad medium of Celtic folk music. One such new grouping is the Moscow group Mervent [in translation from the Breton, “Mervent” means a wind from the southwest, and is a punning expression of their influences on the music that they play], which was formed in August 2000, with a nucleus of two members of Si Mhor - Igor Burmistrov (fiddle, guitar, lead vocals) and Anastasia Papisova (harp, vocals, dance). […]

The musicians of Mervent try to exploit to the full their very varied musical experience, and this comes across clearly in their sets. The rich diversity of stringed, wind and percussion instruments gives their sets a shimmering range of instrumentation which is fully exploited in the arrangements of tunes in their sets, and the Irish dance numbers performed by Anastasia (rated as one of the best performers of Irish dance in Moscow by Irish nationals visiting Russia) are a natural visual enhancement to their concerts. Mervent's repertoire consists mainly of the music of European peoples, from Scandinavia and Ireland to the Balkans and Western Ukraine. There are also arrangements of Armenian melodies, and original compositions. […] Mervent does not perform reconstructions, but concentrates on playing contemporary folk music in a style strongly their own. You can simply listen to it, dance to it, or enjoy it as it unfolds - it contains both the human and the ethereal moments, which are the true marks of music played from the heart.
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An Assortment of the Best - Known German Folg Songs

An Assortment of the Best - Known German Folg Songs
ID: LU2153119
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subkolektion: Folk Music

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Bulgarian Folk Dances and Songs - Hristofor Radanov

Bulgarian Folk Dances and Songs - Hristofor Radanov
ID: GD294
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: TraditionalSubkolektion: Folk Music

BULGARIAN NATIONAL RADIO FOLK ORCHESTRA Hristofor Radanov, conductor Kostadin Gugov, Snejana Borissova, Kounka Zhelyazkova, Ivan Varimezov (bagpipe), Danislav Kehaiov, Todor Kozhuharov, Hristina Boteva, Binka Dobreva, Gergana Dimitrova, Maria Koleva and the Avrena Quartet, Kostadin Genchev (kaval), Donka Koleva, Rossen Genkov (gadulka), children’s vocal group “Radiodetsa” conducted by Ilina Todorova
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AUTHENTIC BULGARIAN FOLK SONGS

AUTHENTIC BULGARIAN FOLK SONGS
ID: GD113
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: TraditionalSubkolektion: 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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Music of Russian Lake Country - Olga Sergeeva

Music of Russian Lake Country - Olga Sergeeva
ID: CDMAN350-09
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Subkolektion: Folk Music

Studio recordings
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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
Kolektion: TraditionalSubkolektion: 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
Kolektion: TraditionalSubkolektion: 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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