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PETAR RALCHEV

PETAR RALCHEV
ID: GD282
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: TraditionalSubkolektion: Folk Music

Petar Ralchev is a a remarkable virtuoso not only in the sphere of folk music but also of classical music. While still a student, he was awarded the first prize at the Young Musicians Competition in Chirpan, Bulgaria, and later on received the special award at the International Competition in Klingental, Germany. Together with the violinist Georgi Yanev he founded the Orpheus Orchestra. He takes part in various orchestras and projects performing with almost all leading folk and jazz musicians (Ivo Papazov, Delcho Mitov, Stoyan Yankulov, among others). Audiences throughout Europe and North America have admired Mr. Ralchev's performing and he was included in the History of Accordion, published in France in 1991 by Francois Billard and Didier Roussin. So far Petar Ralchev has released 9 albums, both solo and in co-work with other prominent musicians. The new CD (his 10th in number) includes brilliant renditions of folk music from Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania and France.
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BULGARIAN FOLK HERITAGE - Songs from the Shoppe Region - Snejanka BORISSOVA

BULGARIAN FOLK HERITAGE - Songs from the Shoppe Region - Snejanka BORISSOVA
ID: GD265
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: TraditionalSubkolektion: Folk Music

Snejanka Borissova is one of Bulgaria's most interesting Shoppe region singers. Being a performer of authentic folk songs, she is at the same time always ready to experiment and her most recent recordings are in the ethno-techno-folk style. She is closely connected with her native village of Lozen and has never stopped collecting and learning songs from that region. Many of these songs are prominent in the repertoire of the Philip Koutev Ensemble for Folk Songs and Dances, where Snejanka Borissova was soloist in the period 1982-2001. Her recordings for the Bulgarian National Radio made these songs popular throughout Bulgaria.
Her rich professional experience in the Philip Koutev Ensemble, as well as in other chamber formations like Trio Bulgarka-Penev and Lozenki Quintet, and her participation in the quartet of Bulgarian singers who recorded the soundtrack to Goran Bregovich's movie "Underground" speak of her as a performer not only of traditional folk songs, but also of some experimental genres. She has also performed the vocal parts in movie co-productions, including the Italian-American "Saint Paul" and "Julius Caesar". The Bulgarian audience remembers well her vocal participation in the theatre production of "The Gospel According to Mathew", a one-man show by Marius Kurkinsky, famous for his extravagant artistic taste. Even though these are only incident performances, they speak of her desire to look for new and various ways for making the Shoppe folk tradition more popular.



This is the beginning of a new series, aiming at presenting and preserving the country's centuries-old rich folk heritage. Snejanka Borissova, a typical representative of the uniqu
Arr. and cond. by B. Nankov (1,7), K. Kolev (2,9,22), H. Radanov (4,10,13,23,25), M. Yordanov (18). Arr. by D. Penev (5,16,21), S. Baltakov (6), G. Andreev (8,11,17,27), B. Nankov (15,24), R. Genkov (19,20). Music by S. Dragostinov (12,26). Cond. by S. Velchkov (3,14), M. Yordanov (6), H. Radanov (8,11,17,19,20,27), D. Panayotov (15,24). Ace. by Orchestra of the Bulgarian National Radio Folk Song Ensemble (1,2,4,7-11,13,15,17,19,20,22-25,27), Instrumental Group (3, 14), D. Lavchev - gadulka (5, 21), I. Mihov - dvoyanka (16), Orchestra of Philip Koutev Ensemble for Folk Songs and Dances (6,18).
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GYPSY MUSIC

GYPSY MUSIC
ID: GD266
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: TraditionalSubkolektion: Gypsy Music

The origin of the gypsies goes back to ancient times. Their fatherland is believed to be India, but after the 5th c. AD they migrated to other parts of the world. They came to Europe between the 9th and the 11th c. - first on the Balkans and in the 15th c. they settled in the rest of the continent. Their culture has been influenced to a great extent by that of the other ethnic communities, but even today most of the specific and characteristic elements of their music and dances are preserved in the Balkans. For this reason every gypsy music release of the Balkan region is received with great interest.
There are many outstanding musicians among the Bulgarian gypsies, but one of the best experts and performers of Gypsy music is Angelo Malikov. He is a composer, arranger, conductor, teacher and virtuoso cimbalom-player. He was born in Sofia in the family of the well-known Romany intellectual Yashar Malikov. Angelo first began playing the cimbalom and after that he discovered the violoncello. He finished the School of Music in Sofia and later graduated from the Pancho Vladigerov State Academy of Music. His academic background did not distance him from the Romany music and he continuously created folk formations, collected traditional songs and dances and recorded them as soloist, conductor, or composer. His performances in a number of international festivals in Switzerland, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Russia, the Czech Republic, Hungary have always presented the preserved music tradition of Bulgarian Gypsies. He has also worked as soloist of the Skopje Philharmonic in Macedonia and of the Biel Philharmonic, Switzerland. Angelo Malikov is very active in Bulgaria in polpularizing the authentic Gypsy music. He is one of the organizers of the prestigious forum of Romany music in Bulgaria - the Romfest in the town of Stara Zagora. He is also founder of the Youth Romany Ensemble in Sofia, thus involving the young to the Romany traditions.
Angelo Malikov has selected and recorded for the present release popular folk songs and dances, as well as some original compositions. The album incudes lyrics to the songs in Bulgarian, English and Gypsy languages, thus enabling the listeners to feel the poetic content of the songs.


Performed by: Demcho Damyanov, Iliana Yordanova, Slavi and Angelo Dimchevi, Daniela, Dimcho and Slavcho Vassilevi, Romane Cherchenya Orchestra, Gypsy music orchestra
Angelo Malikov, conductor
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FOLK DANCES FROM NORTH BULGARIA - Janko SHELYAZKOV, accordion

FOLK DANCES FROM NORTH BULGARIA - Janko SHELYAZKOV, accordion
ID: GD268
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: TraditionalSubkolektion: Folk Music

North Bulgaria has a fascinating folk music, which has been influenced by the neighbouring folk regions and the local culture. Pure folk elements from neighbouring regions often "cross" the provisory boundaries and create curious interrelations with the local traditional culture. The recordings of accordionist Yanko Zhelyazkov included in this release serve as an eloquent illustration of these interrelations. Born in 1945, he comes from the village of Brest, Pleven District, situated by the Danube River. His interest for the accordion was inherited from his father and his uncle, who were both famous accordionists. The greater part of his professional experience (of over 40 years) is connected with the Severnyashki (Northern) Ensemble for Folk Songs and Dances - Pleven. Along with his work in the ensemble, he dedicates a great part of his time and efforts to working with amateur choirs and orchestras. This helps him enrich his own repertoire with interesting songs and instrumental melodies from his native region. The release includes his most remarkable recordings of horo dances and rachenitsa, characteristic of North Bulgaria.
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THEODOSII SPASSOV - TITLA

THEODOSII SPASSOV - TITLA
ID: GD272
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: TraditionalSubkolektion: Folk Music

"Titla" means hard soil according to the Kostenets dialect. This is the sixth album of Theodosii Spassov, released by Gega New. He is featured here both as a performer and a composer. For those who follow the musician's development, the programme is yet another proof of his unlimited talent to improvise, to combine different styles and genres and to amaze his listeners. Just as in the previous releases, we see his cooperation here with other fellow musicians.


With the participation of:
Yildiz Ibrahimova (vocal), Theodosii Spassov (kaval, melodica, dvoyanka, vocal), Ognian Videv (guitar), Rumen Toskov (piano, bass synthesizer), Georgi Donchev (bass, gadulka), Stoyan Yankulov (tupan, percussion, tarambuka), Galina Durmushliyska (vocal), Ateshhan Yuseinov (guitar), Hristo Yotsov (percussion), Western Disricts Vocal Quartet (Pavlina Gorcheva, Slavyana Ivanova, Sofia Ilieva, Natalia Ivanova); Kiril Georgiev (percussion), Elena Dineva (vocal), Dimitar Todorov (bagpipie), Georgi Petrov (gadulka), Robert Kumbeliev (bass), Bulgarian National Radio Folk Orchestra, conducted by Hristofor Radanov; Lyubomir Vladimirov (tambura), Simeon Shterev (flute), Vesselin Ivanov (bass), Danislav Kehayov (vocal).
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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS IN BULGARIA - Demko Kurtov's ZOURNA GROUP

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS IN BULGARIA - Demko Kurtov's ZOURNA GROUP
ID: GD276
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: TraditionalSubkolektion: Folk Music

Bulgarian musical folk tradition includes a variety of musical instruments. The different folk regions feature various instruments and this is especially evident in recent times, when part of them have been replaced with the so-called 'modern' instruments. Along with the old ones, these modern instruments have already become part of the Bulgarian musical folklore. The wide variety of instruments used has inspired GEGA NEW to begin releasing the series called MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS IN BULGARIA. Each release of the series will present a separate instrument. The first programme features the tambura (GD 278), and the present second album is dedicated to the zurna. The zurna, a wooden whistle with cane reed and oboe-like sound, is among the most colourful wind instruments in traditional Bulgarian music. In the past, the zurna instrument was used throughout Bulgaria, but today this tradition has been preserved in Southwest Bulgaria only. Some performers, descendants of folk musicians, still sustain the zurna tradition in these regions. One of the most outstanding representatives is the Kurtov family from the village of Kavrakirovo, Petrich municipality. Just as the founder of the Kurtov musical family, Kurta Demo Limanov, his followers Ismail, Shein, Demko, Selim, Asen and others, carry the tradition of the family and preserve the characteristic Petrich style of performance. Demko Kurtov's Zurna Group is the most active of them. Besides him, it includes his son Samir (Krassimir), his brother-in-law Lyuben Fetov, and his nephew Ognyan Fetov. Incredible virtuoso players, they demonstrate in a convincing way the possibilities of the zurna instrument. The programme contains 16 instrumental performances of Bulgarian traditional music, recorded especially for this release.

Demko (Demir) Kurtov - zurna, master, Samir (Krassimir) Kurtov - zurna, master, drone, Lyuben Fetov - zurna, drone, Yordan Dimov - tupan, Ognyan Fetov - tupan

Recorded at Gotse Delchev Public Culture Club, village of Karnalovo, Sofia district, 30 October 2001
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SHARENO HORO with NESHKO NESHEV

SHARENO HORO with NESHKO NESHEV
ID: GD305
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: TraditionalSubkolektion: Folk Music

The emergence and popularization of the accordion in Bulgaria dates from the beginning of the twentieth century, but by the 1930s it already became widely spread as a solo instrument, or as an instrument in small groups. There were well-known accordionists playing in instrumental groups for folk music. Today the accordion is a part of the festive celebrations in Bulgaria and there are many virtuosic players of this instrument. An accordionist of remarkable gifts who has attracted the attention of connoisseurs of instrumental folk music since 1980 is Neshko Neshev. His name is connected with the Trakia Orchestra, which was founded by him and the clarinet player Ivo Papazov (Ibryama) in 1975. With the Trakia Orchestra he toured Asia, the Americas, Australia, and Europe. He has won prestigious awards, among them first prize in the accordionists competition in Finland (1985) and a commendation from the World Music Institute (USA, 1999).
Being a professional authority on the various folk regions in Bulgaria, Neshko Neshev bases his own music on Bulgarian folk idioms, and his composition Belomorska Suite was awarded first prize in the competition of the Bratislava Radio in 1984.

Performed by: Neshko Neshev (accordion), Matyo Dobrev (kaval), Vassil Denev (guitar, bass guitar, key instruments), Salif Ali (Sasho) - (percussion), “Eva” Quartet (Gergana Dimitrova, Sofia Kovacheva, Evelina Hristova, Daniela Stoichkova), conducted by Milen Ivanov
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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS IN BULGARIA - Rumen SIRAKOV, tambura

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS IN BULGARIA - Rumen SIRAKOV, tambura
ID: GD278
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: TraditionalSubkolektion: Folk Music

This is the first programme of the series MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS IN BULGARIA that Gega New begins to release. It will feature all instruments used in Bulgarian folk practice (authentic as well as the so-called 'modern' ones). The present release presents the tambura. The instrument was carried to Bulgaria in the 7th century. It still exists in Asia (Uzbekistan, Tadjikistan, etc.) under various names and was widely-known on the Balkans by the name "bulgaria" ("bugaria"). The tambura was used in almost all parts of Bulgaria up to the end of the 20th century. Today it is characteristic mainly of the Pirin folk region, though it takes significant part in the ensembles and instrumental groups as an accompanying folk instrument, especially during the second part of the 20th century, when the characteristic tambura performing style was formed.
The musician who proved that the tambura is of equal worth with the other folk instruments is Rumen Sirakov. Being the son of the famous folk singer Pavel Sirakov, it was natural that Rumen should begin to play folk music: first he started playing the whistle, then the trumpet and the clarinet. Simultaneously, he graduated from the school of classical guitar and this provoked his interest to the tambura, making him the best performer of this instrument. At 17 he began playing in the Bulgarian National Radio Folk Songs Ensemble. Then, together with the prominent kaval-player Stoyan Velichkov and the gadulka-player Mihail Marinov, founded the Trakiiska Troika. He has made a number of recordings for the Bulgarian National Radio, given concerts throughout Bulgaria, in England, the USA, Australia, etc. He also worked with Trio Bulgarka, Cate Bush, and had personal artistic contacts with George Harrison and Eric Clapton, the world-known guitarist. Rumen Sirakov's art has been highly appreciated at prestigious international forums. His teaching career is also of great significance and his students are among the best tambura-players. Recently, he marked the 40th anniversary of his creative activity. His contribution as a performer and founder of the Bulgarian school of tambura performance is undeniable. For this reason Gega New begins the musical instruments series with such a renowned and original musician.


Accompanied by an orchestra
Conductors: Kosta Kolev, Emil Kolev, Ivan Shibilev, Hristofor Radanov, Dobrin Panayotov
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AT DAYBREAK

AT DAYBREAK
ID: GD304
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: TraditionalSubkolektion: Folk Music

In 1967 the first European secondary school of folk arts was established. The idea of its founders was to prepare singers, dancers, and instrument players for the numerous folk ensembles existing in Bulgaria at that time. In the school the children learn folk instruments, vocal art, folk dances and the art of making folk instruments. Today, the former pupils of the “Philip Koutev” Folk School are among the most famous participants in the professional ensembles and respected teachers in the secondary schools of music in Bulgaria and the National Academy of Music and Dance Arts in Plovdiv. There are also many renowned soloists among them: Binka Dobreva, Elitsa Todorova, Theodosii Spassov - kaval, the gadulka players Tsvetan Tsvetkov and Dimiter Lavchev, Lyubomir Vladimirov - tambura, Ivan Varimezov - gaida, and many others. The folk choir has existed ever since the foundation of the school; the girls in the choir are selected after a competition. In its long history the choir has sung hundreds of songs from all folk regions in Bulgaria - authentic and arranged songs, or authors’ songs by outstanding composers: Philip Koutev, Anastas Naumov, Krassimir Kyurkchiisky, Stafan Kanev, Kosta Kolev, Nikolai Kaufmann … Many of the songs were composed especially for the choir. The choir has given a lot of concerts in Bulgaria, Italy, France, Denmark, Russia, Greece, Holland, the USA. Of special interest is its participation in the project of DJ Tiësto - “Tiësto in concert”in 2004 in Holland. The Folk Choir of the “Philip Koutev” National School of Folk Arts conducted by Katya Barulova has also made numerous recordings for the Bulgarian National Radio and TV programmes. The present recordings have been specially made for the album “At Daybreak”. The girls demonstrate a wonderful mastership of the style differences of various folk regions in Bulgaria and perform with great ease even the most difficult choir scores. This is a real achievement of the choir’s conductor Katya Barulova.

Folk Choir of the “Philip Koutev” National School of Folk Arts, Kotel
Katya Barulova, conductor

Soloists: Dessislava Petrova, Valentina Yovcheva, Gergana Dimitrova, Hristina Panayotova, vocal octet

Recorded by “Folk Factory - Ivan Kovatchev”
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STOYAN VARNALIEV - The Songs of Orpheus

STOYAN VARNALIEV - The Songs of Orpheus
ID: GR70
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Kolektion: TraditionalSubkolektion: Folk Music

The Thracain folk region is the biggest and the most varied in Bulgaria. Due to its vast territory, it is naturally divided into sub-regions. In them the common musical and dialect features prevail, yet their unique usage lends specific colour to each region. In this regional variety, the Yambol region stands out with its distinctive folk music, yet few have been the singers who have managed to popularize it. That is why Gega New gladly agreed to record and release the first album of the young singer Stoyan Varnaliev. Born in 1968, Stoyan Varnaliev grew up with the songs of his native region and in particular with those of Valkana Stoyanova, a superb singer from the Yambol region, who has become a paragon of Thracian singing. The thrill with which the young singer sang her songs is easy to understand, and the experienced performer appreciated his natural talent and started working with him. Later she gave him as a present 80 of her songs, part of which she had never recorded. The pupil worthily continued the work of his teacher and the Yambol region has again a talented and characteristic representative.
The present programme will lend new life to the beauty of the Yambol folklore and will introduce to folk music lovers a performer, who has a lot to give to music.


Participating artists: Stoyan Slavov (kaval), Victor Georgiev (kaval), Krassimir Feziev (kaval), Galya Petrova (gadulka), Ivan Georgiev (bagpipe), Vladimir Vladimirov (tambura, bass)
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