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Playlist of Chronological list of Bulgarian classical composers

  • Beethoven: Complete Symphonies | 9 symphonies


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    Composer: Ludwig van Beethoven
    Artist: Staatskapelle Dresden, Herbert Blomstedt (conductor)

    Beethoven’s nine symphonies – composed between 1800 and 1824 – are true cornerstones of the classical canon. Marking an irrefutable turning point in the history of music, they transformed audiences’ expectations of the symphony and influenced the genre’s future development through their experimental, dramatic and expressive weight. Conductors have long been drawn to the profundity of these works: a complete cycle of Beethoven symphonies is viewed as one of the ultimate challenges in the repertoire, and the performances in this set are undoubtedly among the greatest to have been recorded, illuminating the skill of the Staatskapelle Dresden and Herbert Blomstedt, one of the most distinguished conductors of the 20th and 21st centuries.

    00:00:00 Symphony No. 1 in C, Op. 21: I. Adagio molto – Allegro con brio
    00:09:03 Symphony No. 1 in C, Op. 21: II. Andante cantabile con moto
    00:17:36 Symphony No. 1 in C, Op. 21: III. Menuetto & Trio: Allegro molto e vivace
    00:21:02 Symphony No. 1 in C, Op. 21: IV. Finale: Adagio – Allegro molto e vivace
    00:27:21 Symphony No. 3 in E-Flat, Op. 55 ‘EROICA’: I. Allegro con brio
    00:42:24 Symphony No. 3 in E-Flat, Op. 55 ‘EROICA’: II. Marcia funebre: Adagio assai
    00:59:11 Symphony No. 3 in E-Flat, Op. 55 ‘EROICA’: III. Scherzo & Trio: Allegro vivace
    01:05:01 Symphony No. 3 in E-Flat, Op. 55 ‘EROICA’: IV. Allegro molto – Poco andante – Presto
    01:16:50 Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 36: I. Adagio molto – Allegro con brio
    01:29:56 Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 36: II. Larghetto
    01:42:30 Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 36: III. Scherzo & Trio: Allegro
    01:46:37 Symphony No. 2 in D, Op. 36: IV. Allegro molto
    01:53:30 Symphony No. 4 in B-Flat, Op. 60: I. Adagio – Allegro vivace
    02:05:40 Symphony No. 4 in B-Flat, Op. 60: II. Adagio
    02:16:12 Symphony No. 4 in B-Flat, Op. 60: III. Menuetto: Allegro vivace – Trio: Un poco meno allegro
    02:22:03 Symphony No. 4 in B-Flat, Op. 60: IV. Allegro ma non troppo
    02:29:14 Symphony No.5 in C Minor, Op. 67: I. Allegro con brio
    02:37:19 Symphony No.5 in C Minor, Op. 67: II. Andante con moto
    02:48:41 Symphony No.5 in C Minor, Op. 67: III. Allegro
    02:57:34 Symphony No.5 in C Minor, Op. 67: IV. Allegro – Presto
    03:06:37 Symphony No. 6 in F, Op. 68 ‘PASTORAL’: I. Allegro ma non troppo (Erwachen heiterer Empfindungen bei der Ankunft auf dem Lande)
    03:16:08 Symphony No. 6 in F, Op. 68 ‘PASTORAL’: II. Andante molto mosso (Szene am Bach)
    03:28:49 Symphony No. 6 in F, Op. 68 ‘PASTORAL’: III. Allegro – sempre più stretto – In tempo d’allegro – Tempo I – Presto (Lustiges Zusammensein der Landleute)
    03:34:33 Symphony No. 6 in F, Op. 68 ‘PASTORAL’: IV. Allegro (Gewitter, Sturm)
    03:38:16 Symphony No. 6 in F, Op. 68 ‘PASTORAL’: V. Allegretto (Hirtengesang, frohe und dankbare Gefühle nach dem Sturm)
    03:48:07 Symphony No. 7 in A, Op. 92: I. Poco sostenuto – Vivace
    04:01:38 Symphony No. 7 in A, Op. 92: II. Allegretto
    04:11:36 Symphony No. 7 in A, Op. 92: III. Presto – Assai meno presto
    04:21:21 Symphony No. 7 in A, Op. 92: IV. Allegro con brio
    04:30:34 Symphony No. 8 in F, Op. 93: I. Allegro vivace e con brio
    04:40:37 Symphony No. 8 in F, Op. 93: II. Allegretto scherzando
    04:44:33 Symphony No. 8 in F, Op. 93: III. Tempo di Menuetto
    04:49:20 Symphony No. 8 in F, Op. 93: IV. Allegro vivace
    04:57:11 Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125 ‘CHORAL’: I. Allegro ma non troppo, un poco maestoso
    05:14:06 Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125 ‘CHORAL’: II. Molto vivace – Presto
    05:27:54 Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125 ‘CHORAL’: III. Adagio molto e cantabile – Andante moderato – Tempo I – Andante moderato – Adagio – Lo stesso tempo
    05:44:19 Symphony No. 9 in D Minor, Op. 125 ‘CHORAL’: IV. Presto – Allegro assai – Presto – Recitativo – Allegro assai – Allegro assai vivace (alla marcia) – Andante maestoso – Adagio ma non troppo ma divoto – Allegro energico e sempre ben marcato – Allegro ma non tanto Presto – Maestoso – Prestissimo

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  • Boss RC-505 Loop Station - Multi-Instrumental Live Looping - Reinhardt Buhr


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    Multi-Instrumentalist Reinhardt Buhr has composed 16 albums in 10 years time.

    At the end of 2019, his work went viral through social media, averaging over 4 million views
    per month, and the numbers continue to rise.

    Reinhardt combines the Laser Harp, Spanish Guitar, Electric Guitar, Electric Cello, Australian didgeridoo, Israeli Shofar, Spanish Cajon, Synthesizers and Piano via a live looping system to create an extraordinary symphonic orchestral sound in only a one-man improvisational act.

    Reinhardt Buhr was born in Johannesburg, South Africa in 1988 and grew up with
    no passion for music at all, In fact, as a teenager, he became a computer gamer and
    began abusing alcohol at a very young age. His first job was at a small liquor store, where he earned 20 cents an hour. After that, he worked as a packer in a supermarket. His plan of
    becoming an animator failed when he started abusing marijuana and alcohol on a
    regular basis.

    At the age of 19, two of his closest friends began learning the guitar. Reinhardt
    immediately fell in love with it. With no formal training, the three friends simply
    taught themselves how to play. A year later, Reinhardt was inspired by a Flamenco
    guitar player, and began learning Flamenco Rumba Guitar from YouTube videos.
    One day, he was sitting at a small roadside steak restaurant with his parents, and
    there was a man playing solo guitar covers. Reinhardt approached him to make
    small talk and the owner of the restaurant overheard that Reinhardt played a bit of
    Spanish Guitar music.

    So the owner asked Reinhardt “Why don’t you come back next week to play, and I
    will give you a steak and 10 dollars in return?” So Reinhardt Buhr played his first
    solo Spanish guitar gig that following weekend and hasn’t stopped since.
    Reinhardt Buhr quickly became known around South Africa and formed a duo
    band called “Wild Lettuce”. He and the drummer performed many national
    tours. They also opened for a lot of great artists. But unfortunately, Reinhardt fell
    into a dark habit of abusing alcohol, drugs, and cocaine.

    This affected him, his career, and everyone around him in a very negative way.
    The band broke up. Reinhardt Buhr went solo and left his hometown, hoping to
    escape the drug scene, only to find himself moving in with someone who also had
    a cocaine problem. The whole cycle started over again.

    At the end of 2016, Reinhardt hit an all-time low. He was at the point of death. He
    fell on his knees and pleaded with God to step into his broken life. When things
    could not get any worse, God in His full mercy and grace, stepped in and changed
    his life completely. Reinhardt and his wife, Mandie Buhr, both experienced God’s
    salvation and were baptized together. They left a lifestyle of cigarettes, marijuana,
    alcohol, and drugs, and began on a beautiful road of salvation and healing.
    During the biggest transition of his life, Reinhardt was playing a gig one day. As
    he was playing for hundreds of people, He felt a voice telling him to make music
    for God. When Reinhardt made the shift from playing for fame and fortune to
    playing for Christ Jesus, everything about his music changed! You can even see
    the transition from his earlier album called “Organic 432hz”, to his latest album
    entitled “The Final Movement”.

    To this day, Reinhardt Buhr makes music to God. This is his way of worshiping
    His Creator and Saviour, Jesus Christ.

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  • C.92 - Sakura Sakura Transcription - Jonathan Shaw


    Transcriber: Jonathan Shaw (b.1995)
    Date: 1st January 2016
    Performers: Toshiko Yonekawa, Megumi Yonekawa, Hiroe Yonekawa, Msumi Yonekawa, Chikatoyo Tsujimoto

    The first of many transcriptions to come, this was the second part of my portfolio submission to the university module ‘World Music’ which gave us the freedom to do any task relevant to us so long as it has some connection to the world musics discussed during lectures: African rhythms, Indian ragas, Javanese gamelan, Japanese pentatonicism, Arabic maqam, Bulgarian horo, Spanish flamenco, jazz – quite a lot of choice! ...

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    What is this channel?

    As a composer in the 21st century, I thought it might be interesting to catalogue and share on all of the projects I have undertaken, both for your own curiosity, but also for my own personal reflection on my development as a composer, and to some extent, a practitioner.

    In short, this C List is the Chronological List for all of my major projects, including my own works, but also transcriptions and arrangements of other composer's works, educational tasks, and unfinished works that merit cataloguing.

    For each of the works, I provide a reflection (a reminiscence) about its context, how, and why I wrote it, as well as some analyses.

    On some of these projects, I have recorded the entire compositional process itself, which again may offer some insight into compositional methods of 21st century music.




    ★Software Used:
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    © Jonathan Shaw 2018

  • Best Hits 1985 ★ Top 100 ★


    Find Your Hits Of The 80s! Best Disco & Pop Hits Of Year 1985 In Top 100 Chart by DJ Crayfish, Czech Republic, Reupload, Enjoy! European pop & dance hits. Samples must be very short for the copyright reason, about 8 seconds. This video has been truncated from 26 to 12 minutes! If the video is blocked again, another videos has on youtube ends, as well as artist videomixes and my mixes and charts videos will disappear. The purpose of this video is to find your favorite tracks on youtube that belong to the rights owners of this songs. This is not an official chart but my personal TOP 100 to help you find hits! ;-) Did you find some song you were looking for? Super! Greetings to all fans of nice music of the 80s and good luck in finding hits. DJ Crayfish, Czech.

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    The complete Minecraft soundtrack, composed by C418.

    0:00 - Key
    1:04 - Subwoofer Lullaby
    4:40 - Living Mice
    7:30 - Haggstrom
    10:53 - Minecraft
    15:08 - Oxygene
    16:14 - Mice on Venus
    21:08 - Dry Hands
    22:04 - Wet Hands
    23:34 - Clark
    26:46 - Sweden
    30:21 - Danny
    34:38 - Biome Fest
    40:58 - Blind Spots
    46:34 - Haunt Muskie
    52:32 - Aria Math
    57:54 - Dreiton
    1:06:05 - Taswell
    1:14:32 - Mutation
    1:17:46 - Moog City 2
    1:20:52 - Beginning 2
    1:23:56 - Floating Trees
    1:28:01 - Concrete Halls
    1:32:22 - Dead Voxel
    1:37:24 - Warmth
    1:41:28 - Ballad of the Cats
    1:46:03 - Boss
    1:51:48 - End

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  • In the Ocean of Land: The History of Central Asia -- pt. 1


    We consider the vast sweep of Central Asian history, from the first nomads to tame the horse and gain mastery of the steppes, to the splendrous cities of the first Silk Road, to the rise of Ghenghis Khan. Few Westerners learn the dizzyingly complex and tumultuous history of Central Asia, even though it forms the linchpin connecting all the major civilizations of the Old World, from Europe to Persia to China. Finally, we consider the unsettling paradox of the Mongol empire, which fostered a vibrant cosmopolitanism at the same time that it brutally repressed subject peoples.

    Please support this podcast! --

    Suggested further reading: Peter Golden, Central Asia in World History; Gavin Hambly, Central Asia; Rene Grousset, The Empire of the Steppes

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  • Rachmaninoff - Preludes in C sharp minor & G minor


    Performed in Seoul Arts Center by Georgii Cherkin - piano

    Seoul Arts Center is the biggest concert hall in South Korea with over 2500 seats.

    The prelude in C sharp minor became one of Rachmaninoff's most famous compositions. In the autumn of 1898, he made a tour of Western Europe and the United States, with a program that contained the Prelude. Soon after, London publishers brought out several editions with titles such as The Burning of Moscow, The Day of Judgement, and The Moscow Waltz. America followed suit with other titles, such as The Bells of Moscow.[3] It was so popular that it was referred to as The Prelude and audiences would demand it as an encore at his performances, shouting C-sharp!

    The prelude in G minor is second in popularity to the famous Prelude in C-sharp Minor. It is a vigorous composition with a wide dynamic range in march style except for the beautifully romantic and lyrical center section. It has been described as a contrast of stern reality with a central episode of haunting, nostalgic lyricism; its beauty intensified by a second voice echoing the first (Ashkenazy). Emil Gilels played this prelude at a front in World War II, in support for the Soviet military forces fighting in the war. The narrator says (in Russian): Gilels is playing at the front, to remind us what the war is worth fighting for: Immortal music!

  • “How To Do A Kermit Voice Impression” - Voice Breakdown Ep. 5 - Muppet Series 4


    Hi Ho! Kermit the Frog here with the final installment of our Muppet series! No Muppet series would be complete without this voice impression. In Voice Breakdown Episode 5, Brendan Houdek of New York Speech Coaching teaches you how to do an impression of Kermit!

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  • Russian Orthodox Music - Penitential Hymn, A. Kotov / Childrens & Youth Choir Sophia


    Penitential Hymn
    Folk song
    A. Kotov
    Children's & Youth Choir Sophia, The playlist:
    Olga Roussakova, Conductor

    The Children’s and Youth Choir «Sophia» presents a program of Russian Orthodox sacred music throughout the centuries. The program is organized chronologically, beginning with contemporary composers and progressing back to the roots of this time-honored music.

    The Children’s and Youth Choir «Sophia» was founded as a church choir by its current director, Ms. Olga Roussakova. More than 100 children between the ages of 6 and 18 now participate in the choir’s programs, which includes learning Old Russian, liturgical chant, sacred folk songs, concert music, etc.

    The choir sings at weekly liturgical services and performs regularly in concert. The ensemble has performed at various national and international festivals in Russia, the Far East, Northern Europe and throughout Switzerland.

    Opera vocal category:
    Album N°: CD 9804
    EAN: 7619931980423
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    J.-C. Gaberel, Image & Son
    Christoph Dütschler
    The Holy Mother Hodegetria, also called Pimenovskaya, Constantinople, 2nd half of the 14 century
    Mark Manion
    V. Ivanov & A. Mischenko

    © 1998 Claves Records SA, Pully (Switzerland)

    Recorded by Radio Krasnoyarsk.

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  • FREE Sample Library - ICE CHOIR


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  • ISM webinar: PPL Making your repertoire work


    In this video from the ISM Trust and PPL, the UK’s music licensing and performance rights organisation for performers, Ben Hogwood looks at how to maximise your earnings for UK and international airplay by ensuring all your recorded work is registered with PPL. The video also translates the jargon, with a members’ guide to the PPL repertoire database.

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  • Michelle Schodowski & Charles Laws- UNT Departmental


    UNT Departmental
    UNT College of Music-Recital Hall

    April 3, 2019

    College of Music alum and pianist, Michelle Schodowski, and her business partner, Charles Laws, talk about their experience competing in the EdTech Business Competition and placing first taking home $20,000 for their music business idea, Radda.

    Watch their winning pitch and tune into our upcoming Music Entrepreneurship Competition!
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  • ISM Webinar: An introduction to PPL


    Have you ever performed on recorded music of any genre that has been broadcast or played in public? If so, you could be missing out on royalty payments from PPL.

    In this webinar, Ben Hogwood will give an introduction to PPL and guide you through how to join, and how to make sure you receive the payments you are entitled to.
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  • Mediterranean diet: Myths and Realities, Past and Present, 20/01/2015 at Sismanoglio Megaro


    The fourth of the series of lectures on “Food, Spirits and Gastronomic Traditions in the Eastern Mediterranean” organized by the Consulate General of Greece in Istanbul, in collaboration with the National Hellenic Research Institute (Ottoman Studies Programme), titled “Mediterranean diet: Myths and Realities, Past and Present” was held in Sismanoglio Megaro on January 20, 2015. Watch the lectures in English. Learn more:

    Scientific Coordinator: Evangelia Balta

    • Ilias Anagnostakis (National Hellenic Research Foundation)
    Byzantine Diet. Myths and Realities

    • Angelos Sikalidis & Aleksandra Kristo (Yeni Yüzyıl University)
    The Old and New Diet of the Aegean Population

  • We Wish You a Bulgarian Christmas


    Christmas songs rewritten by Ruoshi Sun in the style of classical composers. This playlist is arranged in chronological order of the composers being imitated.

  • Henrique Oswald: Trois Études - Rostistav Yovchev


    Henrique Oswald: Trois Études (1910)
    1. [00:00]
    2. [04:26]
    3. [07:39]
    Rostistav Yovchev
    Live Recording at the 1st Brazilian Classical Music Festival - Bulgaria 2019
    Pancho Vladigerov Concert Hall
    Sofia - Bulgaria
    november 25, 2019.

  • Henrique Oswald: Trois Études - Rostistav Yovchev


    Henrique Oswald: Trois Études (1910)
    1. [00:00]
    2. [04:26]
    3. [07:39]
    Rostistav Yovchev
    Live Recording at the 1st Brazilian Classical Music Festival - Bulgaria 2019
    Pancho Vladigerov Concert Hall
    Sofia - Bulgaria
    november 25, 2019.

  • Francisco Mignone: Valsa de Esquina nº1 - Margarita Ilieva


    Margarita Ilieva (piano)
    Live Recording at the 1st Brazilian Classical Music Festival - Bulgaria 2019
    Pancho Vladigerov Concert Hall
    Sofia - Bulgaria
    june 28, 2019.

  • Euclidean Rhythm in Police Precinct Five


    After reading the Godfried Toussaint 2017 paper I applied an Euclidean rhythm in a thrill music cue. This composition uses various rhythm and orchestration techniques. In the example there is a combination of fandango, Euclidean and cross-rhythm.

    00:00 What this video is about
    00:26 Introduction. Euclidean Algorithm. Euclidean rhythm notation E(n,m). Properties
    02:03 Examples E(3,4), E(3,8)
    03:24 Example E(5,12). Fandango rhythm. Circular permutations
    06:26 Composition 'Police Precinct Five', thrill music, rhythm, horns and strings
    10:18 Audio and annotated condensed score
    12:38 Where to go next

    #EuclideanRhythm #CompositionTechnique #FilmMusic

  • ???? 10k SUBS ???? Q&A Special Edition


    This is amazing - over 10 thousand people ???? I am beyond grateful for all your support guys, thank you for being here ❤️????????

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    00:00-00:50 Intro & Thank you
    00:50-02:54 Importance of perfect pitch
    02:54-3:45How to keep motivated?
    3:45-5:17 Are you a sports fan?
    5:17-5:42 Do you hear music when you read it?
    5:42-6:53 How many pieces can you memorise at once?
    6:53-7:20 What should I incorporate in my daily practice?
    7:20-8:15 What's the atmosphere like in Music University?
    8:15-9:09 How do you tackle a piece above your skill level?
    9:09-11:27 How to improve musicality?
    11:27-11:46 Is it ok to have an acoustic piano when living in a flat?
    11:46-14:03 What do you recommend for self-learners?
    14:03-14:25 What do you enjoy doing besides music?
    14:25-15:12 How to deal with sweaty hands on stage?
    15:12-16:12 How do you memorise classical pieces?
    16:12-16:58 Why do you not respond to Instagram DMs?
    16:58-17:06 How to practice left hand patterns?
    17:06-17:51 What made you become a concert pianist?
    17:51-18:20 What do you like to have to spoil yourself?
    18:20-19:17 How long did you take to learn La Campanella well?
    19:17-20:08 How often should you practice the piano?
    20:08-20:51 Have you ever tried playing the organ?
    20:51-22:24 Have you experienced setbacks and how do you deal with them?
    22:24-23:23 How do you manage to practice in such a productive way?
    23:23-24:24 How do you strengthen the 4th finger?
    24:24-25:00 What do you like about the piano?
    25:00-25:38 What would you have done if you weren’t a professional pianist?
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    26:12-26:49 If you could add a fourth pedal to the piano, what would you want it to do?
    26:49-27:02 Do you plan on recording an album?
    27:02-27:25 What is your favourite piece to perform?
    27:25-27:39 When did you start playing the piano?
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  • Krassimir Taskov-Babblers


    Dimiter Tsanev (1955) is famous Bulgarian musician and pedagog/professor

    Krassimir Taskov - piano (1955) is а famous Bulgarian musician,composer and pedagog/professor.

    Live performance from Piano recital by prof.Dimiter Tsanev - 2012 in the Sofia Music Academy Hall

  • While My Guitar Gently Weeps Solo Arrangement Lesson | Guitar Control


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  • Orphei Mysteria: Movt II - Nigel Butterley, performed by Halcyon


    Nigel Butterley Orphei Mysteria (2008) for mezzo-soprano, soprano and ensemble

    Halcyon: Matthew Wood conductor, Jenny Duck-Chong mezzo-soprano, Alison Morgan soprano, Sally Walker flute/piccolo/alto flute, Peter Smith clarinet/bass clarinet, Alexandre Oguey oboe/cor anglais, Giuseppe Zangari guitar, Victoria Jacono-Gilmovich violin, James Wannan viola, Geoffrey Gartner cello

    Even Nigel Butterley's instrumental works are often poetic in inspiration (as for example the orchestral Meditations of Thomas Traherne, or the solo piano piece Uttering Joyous Leaves). Although he has written numerous orchestral and chamber works, the backbone of his output is a series of more than a dozen major vocal cycles, ranging from a capella choral (There Came a Wind Like a Bugle) to vocal-orchestral (The Woven Light) and including some pieces crossing genre boundaries (the radiophonic In the Head the Fire and the fusion of accompanied reading and song cycle in Sometimes with One I Love).
    Most of these set texts are assembled by Butterley himself, whether from diverse sources or from the work of a single poet. The present work, however, is somewhat different in that the text is a miniature poetic cycle conceived as a whole - or perhaps a single poem divided into distinct sections. Melbourne writer Patricia Excell has drawn on a life-long love of Greek mythology and religion in this response to the Orpheus myth, a subject which has held particular fascination for composers of at least four centuries.
    The text of Orphei Mysteria is not a narrative retelling, but focuses on certain key images - particularly those important to the ancient Orphic cult - out of chronological order. Eurydice and the journey to the underworld are completely omitted. Instead, Excell explores Orpheus' role in the discovery and/or invention of music, as well as his gruesome fate: torn apart by the Maenads, his head (still singing) was left to float out to sea.
    Excell's imagery is predominantly that of the natural world, forming a link with other texts Butterley has set or quoted in piece titles, including poems by Emily Dickinson and Kathleen Raine. The connection becomes explicit in the second movement, where Butterley quotes the main theme from the final part of his Raine-inspired orchestral work From Sorrowing Earth.
    Although it calls for two voices, Orphei Mysteria is really a song-cycle for mezzo, with the soprano added only at key points: the Prologue and Epilogue (taken from an ancient Orphic grave inscription) and the refrain-like final lines of each section, as well as the resonant image at the exact midpoint of the symmetrical design (You hold the shell of harmony / Wherein the stars are tuned). While the musical response to the words is often expressive and lyrical, the introduction of the second voice takes the work out of the realm of the personal and strengthens the sense of ritual implicit in the structuring of the text.
    Butterley's vocal line is always a strand within the texture rather than separate from it. The supporting ensemble is a mellow and flexible combination of three woodwinds (with emphasis on low doublings - alto flute, cor anglais, bass clarinet) and string trio, with the addition of a guitar to suggest Orpheus' lyre. The instrumentation closely resembles that of Elliott Carter's Orpheus piece Syringa - but where Carter's guitar is bardic, rhetorical and soloistic, Butterley's is much more diffident and introspective, stepping forward only gently (together with the cello) in the central movement.
    © Elliott Gyger

    The Lyre of Orpheus

    Ripe stars fall
    From the arms of the moon
    Outstretched in the silent light.

    The deep-browed goddess
    Embraces the lily’s secret
    Words rippling under

    Green lucent waves.
    You hold the shell of harmony
    Wherein the stars are tuned.

    The lily unfolds to the night.
    A hand dipped in dream
    Sweeps the glowing strings -

    Each note glides
    To its appointed place
    Above the fractured earth.

    The lyre of Orpheus floats on the wave.
    (Patricia Excell)

    Recorded at Trackdown Scoring Stage, Sydney Sept 2013 and July 2014
    Engineered, mixed and mastered by Daniel Brown
    Produced by Halcyon
    Cover photo: Michael Chetham Cover graphic: Elizabeth Duck-Chong



    The choir Koco Racin was formed in 1946 year.The conductors were many important names in the macedonian choral music,such as: Prokopiev, Smokvarski,Firfov,Gajdov,Sopov and many others.Now the conductor is Marija Andonova .
    This choir had numerous performances and tours in Macedonia and abroad(Italy,Poland,Turkey,Serbia,Nederland etc). It also toke place in worlds and europeans choir competetions and manifestations such as:the days of Mokranjac,the choral festival in Nish Serbia, Teho Tetovo, etc. The choir Koco Racin also received numerous awards.One of them is for presenting the macedonian music in the world.The award 13 November, from the city of Skopje. Fenix award, Golden plaket on the days of Mokranjac in Negotin Serbia, and many many others. Last year this choir celebrated 65 years of existence.Today it has 40 members and the choir is conduced by Marija Andonova .

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