The origin of Tatars: Xiongnu, Huns, Göktürks, Great Bulgaria
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Montclair State University professor H. Mark Hubey (1998) concludes that ... The common Turkic branch which includes all the rest can be split into the /c/j/y/ branch and the /x/ġ/w/ branches. Seeing that the 't' to 's' transition is already in Sumerian, and that the Uralic 't' to 's' shift is thought to have occurred 6,000 years ago, we can be reasonably sure that some of the words traced out here certainly belong to quite an ancient age and to the west. This means that the proto-Turks or at least one of their ancestors moved from the Euphrates area north through the Caucasus and then to the steppes, and then eastwards. The historical ‘Turks’ are those moving back towards the west. Since all the branches of Turkic seem to occur in the West (Chuvash, Oguz, Kipchak, Khalaj) there is no reason to look for Turkic homelands beyond the Altays. That was their second home.
How many times has bulgaria been collapsed? - Countryball animation
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Anthems of the CENTRAL POWERS
Austria-Hungary: Gott erhalte, Gott beschütze! (0:01)
German Empire: Heil dir im Siegerkranz! (1:15)
Ottoman Empire: Reşadiye (2:13)
Bulgarian Tsardom: Shumi Maritsa (4:06)
BULGARIA. Q.7. Where in the World Is This Country?
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Sons of the Huns: Warlike Turkic Tribes of the Great Eurasian Steppe
Herodotus referred Targitas (484 - 425 BCE), the first king of the Scythians, to the Turks,
Pomponius Mela refers the Turcae in the forests north of the Sea of Azov,
Pliny the Elder refers the Tyrcae to the people of the same area,
Here is the reference of Targitas, Turcae, Tyrcae:
Ancient Turanian oghurs:
Kirghiz (Kirkas/Kirkuz/Kirkoghuz/Kirkkiz - Mythology: Alpkizlari [(Dede) Korkut Ata], Amazons [Greek mythology]),
Magyars (Hungarians/Hungar/Hunogur/Ungar/Onogur[Western Tourkia]),
Turgesh (Turgish) ...
Dobry den, majore Gagarine - Good day, Major Gagarin
I completely forgot about the anniversary of Yuri Gagarin's flight in space yesterday, but I hope this makes up for it!
Music: Jaromír Hnilička
Lyrics: Pavel Pácl
Unofficial Anthem of the German Empire - Die Wacht am Rhein
Die Wacht am Rhein (The Watch/Guard on the Rhine) is a German patriotic anthem. The song's origins are rooted in the historical French–German enmity, and it was particularly popular in Germany during the Franco-Prussian War and the First World War.
In the poem, with five original stanzas, a thunderous call is made for all Germans to rush and defend the German Rhine, to ensure that no enemy sets his foot on the shore of the Rhine (4th stanza). Two stanzas with a more specific text were added by others later. Unlike the older Heil dir im Siegerkranz which praised a monarch, Die Wacht am Rhein and other songs written in this period, such as the Deutschlandlied (the third verse of which is Germany's current national anthem) and Was ist des Deutschen Vaterland? (What is the German's Fatherland?) by Ernst Moritz Arndt, called for Germans to unite, to put aside sectionalism and the rivalries of the various German kingdoms and principalities, to establish a unified German state and defend Germany's territorial integrity.
Die Wacht am Rhein—beside Heil dir im Siegerkranz—was the unofficial second national anthem. The song became famous, and both the composer and the family of the author were honoured and granted an annual pension by Bismarck.
National Anthem of Bulgaria - Републико наша, здравей! ENG subs
National Anthem of the Tsardom of Bulgaria (1886-1946):
National Anthem of Bulgaria (1951-1964):
Current National Anthem of Bulgaria:
''Republiko naša, zdravej!'' (Bulgarian: Републико наша, здравей!, Our Republic, Hail!) was the national anthem of the People's Republic of Bulgaria. The anthem was in use between abolition of the monarchy in 1947 and the establishment of a new anthem in 1951 after the communists firmly gained power, was composed by Georgi Dimitrov (not the same as the communist leader by that name of that period).
Greta Bulgaria Map
Bulgarian Empire !!!!!!!!!!!!
A documentary about Bulgaria Документален филм за България
Russo-Turkish War - Mini-Documentary!
-this video is made with his help irobotic:
-the songs: March Carol I of Hohenzollern by Iosif Ivanovici
-The Russo-Turkish War of 1877–78 (Turkish: 93 Harbi, lit. 'War of ’93', named for the year 1293 in the Islamic calendar; Bulgarian: Руско–турска Освободителна война, romanized: Rusko-turska Osvoboditelna vojna, Russian–Turkish Liberation war) was a conflict between the Ottoman Empire and the Eastern Orthodox coalition led by the Russian Empire and composed of Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, and Montenegro. Fought in the Balkans and in the Caucasus, it originated in emerging 19th-century Balkan nationalism. Additional factors included Russian goals of recovering territorial losses endured during the Crimean War of 1853–56, re-establishing itself in the Black Sea and supporting the political movement attempting to free Balkan nations from the Ottoman Empire.
The Russian-led coalition won the war, pushing the Turks back all the way to the gates of Constantinople but for the timely intervention of the western European great powers.
As a result, Russia succeeded in claiming provinces in the Caucasus, namely Kars and Batum, and also annexed the Budjak region. The principalities of Romania, Serbia, and Montenegro, each of which had had de facto sovereignty for some time, formally proclaimed independence from the Ottoman Empire. After almost five centuries of Ottoman domination (1396–1878), a Bulgarian state re-emerged: the Principality of Bulgaria, covering the land between the Danube River and the Balkan Mountains (except Northern Dobrudja which was given to Romania), as well as the region of Sofia, which became the new state's capital. The Congress of Berlin in 1878 also allowed Austria-Hungary to occupy Bosnia and Herzegovina and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland to take over Cyprus.
The initial Treaty of San Stefano, signed on 3 March 1878, is today celebrated on Liberation Day in Bulgaria, although the occasion somewhat fell out of favour during years of Socialist rule.
SLAV KING - Boris vs. DJ Blyatman
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All rise for hardbass
Never fear. Boris is here.
Ready? Let's go.
Slavic squats and cheeki breeki
Cold kompot with chebureki
Always moving, never down
Such is life with slavs around
Take my Lada, drive in town
Fingers up and windows down
Hot pelmeni and some kvass
Drive around and pump hardbass
Ready? Let's go!
My mama says it's just a phase
When I fill my days with mayonez
Play this music from your car
Inviting friends from near and far
Here everybody knows
Squats on toes break your bones
Raving gopniks, pumping sounds
Squats in bushes, heels on ground
I need no better way
To keep the western spies away
Big and fearless like a bear
Tracksuit with the stripes I wear
From Krakow to Kamchatka
I'm the patron saint of vodka
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3 Bactrian (Afganistan and Tajikistan) music samples to explain the origin of the Bulgarians.
Ensemble Pirin from Bulgaria - Katerino Mome
Bulgarian folklore music from the Pirin area!
National Anthem of Serbia - Востани Сербиje
ostani Serbije (Arise, Serbia; Serbian Cyrillic: Востани Сербије), also known as Pesna na insurekciju Serbijanov (A poem on the insurrection of the Serbs, is a Serbian patriotic song, originally a poem written by Dositej Obradović (1739–1811), published in Vienna in 1804, dedicated to Serbia and her brave warriors and sons and to their leader Georgije Petrović at the beginning of the First Serbian Uprising that transformed into the Serbian Revolution against the Ottoman Empire. Obradović, delighted, he happily and sincerely greeted the Serb uprising with this special, patriotic poem. Obradović extensively used the concept of Mother Serbia in his works, including this poem. Of his poems, Vostani Serbije is the most patriotic. In it, he calls on a new Serbia, with overtones of memory on the Serbian Empire which had been long gone. Obradović became the first Minister of Education of Revolutionary Serbia.
Bože pravde was the anthem of the Principality of Serbia and the Kingdom of Serbia until 1918 when the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes was formed. In 1992, Vostani Serbije and March on the Drina were proposed as the anthem of Serbia along with Bоže pravde. The latter, promulgated by then-ruling Socialist Party of Serbia, even received a plurality of popular vote on referendum, but it never got officially adopted, until 2004.
Ahead of the 2000 parliamentary election in Serbia, an altered version of the song was used in campaigns (...you have slept enough, and joked enough, now wake up, and awaken the Serbs, to vote!).
It is one of the best known patriotic songs in the country, and for some time it was considered as a potential national anthem following the replacement of the old Yugoslav anthem Hej Sloveni following the break-up of Yugoslavia. The song was set to music written by Vartkes Baronijan, Z. Vauda and Ljuba Manasijević.
Востани Сербије (Устани Србијо), такође позната и под називом Песма на инсурекцију Сербијанов (Ода српском препороду) била је химна Кнежевине Србије. Ова позната родољубива химна је била потенцијални кандидат за химну Србије, која је требало да замени Хеј, Словени. Написао ју је Доситеј Обрадовић. Востани Сербије има три музичке верзије, које су писали Варткес Баронијан, Златан Вауда и Љуба Манасијевић.
Kamdzhalov/Music Laboratory/Public: Bulgaria SINGS Hymn of Bulgarian Enlightenment and Culture
Yordan Kamdzhalov - Artistic director&Chief conductor
Music Laboratory for the Human Self - choir with conductor Maya Vasileva-Chetrokova
Music Laboratory for the Human Self - ensemble
GENESIS ORCHESTRA - ensemble
Public at Ancient Theater - Plovdiv
Hymn of Bulgarian Enlightenment and Culture
Lyrics - Stoyan Mihaylovski
Music - Panayot Pipkov
On May 11, 1901 the song Go, People Revived was first performed in Lovech as a festive anthem for the praise of the work of Cyril and Methodius and the Bulgarian education.
In 1902, for the Day of Bulgarian Enlightenment and Culture, the song is littered and singing from all schools in the country.
Interactive spectacle „In The Circle of Song“
Ancient Theatre of Plovdiv – May 2019
project “Together in the circle of Paneurhythmy
part of PLOVDIV 2019 - European Capital of Culture
The Emperors New Groove Opening Song
The opening for the 2000 Walt Disney movie The Emperor's New Groove.
Music: David Hartely- Perfect world.
There are despots and dictators
There are blue bloods with the intellects of fleas
There are kings and petty tyrants
Who are so lacking in refinements
They'd be better suited swinging from the trees
He was born and raised to rule
No one has ever been this cool
In a thousand years of aristocracy
An enigma and a mystery
In Meso American History
The quintessence of perfection that is he
He's the sovereign lord of the nation
He's the hippest dude in creation
He's a hep cat in the emperor's new clothes
Years of such selective breeding
Generations have been leading
To this miracle of life that we all know
What's his name?
Kuzco, Kuzco, Kuzco...
He's the sovereign lord of the nation
He's the hippest cat in creation
He's the alpha, the omega, a to z
And this perfect world will spin
Around his every little whim
'Cause this perfect world begins and ends with him
What's his name?
Kuzco, Kuzco, Kuzco...
Scythians ☀️ Sarmatians | Alans | Ancients of Ukraine
Scythians (Sakā paradraya - Scythians from beyond the sea) - Sarmatians (Savromatae) - Alans (Allonae) -- ancients north Iranic tribes of Ukraine. Digor song. Digor is neo-Scytho-Sarmatian (Alanic) language that is spoken in west part of north Ossetia. It is archaic form of Ossetian, being the only surviving Scythian language.
Ukrainian, Czech, Slovak and nearly extinct Upper Lusatian (Sorbian) & Belarusian all relate to Scytho-Slavic languages by presence of Scytho-Sarmatian-Alan-Digor h (ɣ / гъ) sound instead of Slavic g. For example Ukrainian Hovoryty / hovir instead of Slavic Russian Polish Govorit / gwar. Scythian H sound is unknown to other Slavs (Russians, Poles, Balkan Slavs). This h sound is typical only to eastern Iranian languages (Scythian, Alan, Pashtu, Yaghnobi, Digor-Ossetian). Linguists also say that absence of f in Ukrainian (khv is used instead, unlike in other Slavic tongues) is of ancient Scythian influence.
Хведір Вовк. Кавказ і Карпати -
Scythian words in Ukrainian:
Don, river = Don is water in Scythian / Digor
Danube (Danub) = Danu (river in Scythian)
Donuzlav (lake in Crimea) = Danu (river) + zlav (?)
Dnieper (Danapr) = Danu (river) + apr (deep water). Ap = water.
Dniester (Danister) = Danu (river) + Ister (old Daco-Tharacian name of this river)
Saky, Sakalivka, Sakunykha, Saksahan, Sahy, Sahunivka - all from Sakas, selfname of Scythians (from totemic animal Deer).
Zarvanytsia = from Zurvan, Scythian (Zoroastrian) deity of time
Poltava (Ukr. city) = Partava (Parthian name for Parthia, Scytho-Zoroastrian state near Caspian). Sakas i.e Scythians (Greek from Ashkuza, Assyrian for Scythian) couldnt pronounce r, hence Ukrainian Poltava for Parthava (Parthia).
Gorgany (mountain range in Ukraine Carpathians) is same meaning as Gorgan (city in Golestan, Parthia, north Iran).
Obesta = river in Ukraine, from Avesta, Abestāg - Sacred book of Zoroastrians
Pantikapey (Scythian for Kerch, city in Crimea) = Way of fish: Panta (way) kapa (fish)
Samara (placename in Ukraine) = Semrau (Turkic for Simurgh, griffin, Scythian mythological bird that features on Ukraine´s coat of arms (trident - 2 winged simurghs guarding tree of life)
Artasiv (Art, fire)
Linguist Tyshchenko on Scythian vocabulary in Ukrainian language (pan, dzhura, bachyty - patra - to see, Boh (God), rai (paradise), hvala (praise), bahatyi, bahato, sharovary, hata (house), kat, dbaty, dbaylyvyi, potvora, pochvara, khoroshy (from khor, khor good), hayta, hayda etc. Most of those words one doesn't find those words in Russian. Likewise, Ukrainian folk houses are nearly same as those of Mazendaran in Iran Caspian province --
Ukrainian Scytho-Sarmatian last names Perederiy (from Saka Paradriya, Scythian from beyond the sea), Dron (droen, Zoroastrian ritual bread), Samaryk / Semeruk = simurgh, Scythian griffin. Ukrainian last name Biloborodko (White Bearded) derive from Zoroastrian priests. Likewise, Ukrainian last names Karaban, Karabanyk (hundreds of those in Ukr) derive from Karapan (enemies of Zoroastrian faith, often mentioned in Avesta). And Hlomazda (popular Ukrainian last name) is from Hormazd (Parthian for Ahura Mazda, supreme deity of Zoroastrians), as Ukraianin Scythians could not not pronounce r.
How king Arthur, and the English name Alan are related to ancient kingdom in Ukraine:
Ukrainian Easter painted eggs come from Zoroastrian Nowruz (new Year) feast, and are same as Persian Nowruz painted eggs. Ukrainian red boots, red trousers are also of Scytho-Sarmatian origin. Red and white are traditional colors connected with Iranian Zoroastrianism. Traditional white garment dress of Galician Ukrainians (west Ukraine) and Croats (Horvatae, first mentioned on lower Don) is as that of Afghani Pashtuns.
Ruling clan Dulo of Bulgarians was Alan. Bulgarians (Ukraine Sarmatians/Alans joined Bulgaro-Hunns) still use Scythian-Ossetian Az (I, me) instead of Slavic Я (Ja). Bulgarian king Kubrat grave is in Ukraine
Digor song: Alla Hadikova & Oleg Taysayev - Зардайы сагъас (words: Indira Gagloyeva, mus. Bella Zoloyeva)
Lyrics in Digor (neo-Scythian/Alan):
Цъитийы сыгъдг дон азгъоры хъазг гъей
Вййы й рухс фндаг айнгыл зарг гъей
Д иу фкастй та о рсугъд чызгай гъей
Рох уарзты цхрт м риуы ссыгътай гъей хсрдзны бын донхаун зары гъей
Йхим кддрау мн ногй сайы гъей
Рох уарзты буц фндыр дардм цй ахсс гъей
М зрдйы катай зрдйы сагъс гъей Базард
рдгыл куы баззад н уарзты фндаг гъей
Уыдт мын фсрмдзст Ды та нундаг гъей
ргомй цй абон згъм н фндон гъей
Уарзтон д тынг бир з др д уарзтон гъей М ивгъуыды цинт дуыл фбарын гъей
Д сурт алкддр м зрдыл дарын гъей
Д флмн мидбылхудт сусг кстыт гъей
Арх дын фмысын д сау цстыт гъей Уалдзыгон изрт мйдар хсвт гъей
Farewell of Slavianka
Farewell of Slavianka (Russian: Прощание славянки - Proshchanye Slavyanki) is a Russian patriotic march, written by the composer Vasily Agapkin in honour of the Bulgarian women bidding farewell to their husbands who left for the First Balkan War.
BETA EVERS - personal feelings
ALBA MARYAM project - MUSICA ANTIQUA LATINA
(traditional folk tune - Bulgaria)
YASEMIN SANNINO, voice
Live Concert (Sicily, 2013)
MUSICA ANTIQUA LATINA
ALBA MARYAM project
Ziad Trabelsi, Oud
Fabrizio Cardosa, Violone & Colascione
Gianni La Marca, Viole da gamba
Giordano Antonelli, Ribeca & Rabab
Michele Carreca, Tiorba
Arnaldo Vacca, Percussioni
Giordano Antonelli, Artistic Direction
The project ALBA MARYAM is an original production of the baroque ensemble MUSICA ANTIQUA LATINA.
A cross-over, visionary, musical journey on the footprints of Maryam from an-Nāṣiriyya, known in the Christian and Judaic world as Mary of Nazareth.
Alba Maryam is a crossing show where diverse styles, instruments, ages, languages, religious perspectives meet together.
It is blending together Ancient Italian (medieval, renaissance, baroque) and Oriental traditional music from the Mediterranean and the Middle-Eastern area.
Historians agree about the latter presence of Maryam in Ephesus (Turkey) after the sacrifice of her beloved son.
The Kirkindjotes people, living near Meryem Ana, every year used to climb the Salnisso Mountain, where the tradition kept memory of her last home.
Maryam is a crossing Topos for the meeting of styles, instruments, ages, languages, religious perspectives, blending together Ancient Italian and Oriental traditional music from the Mediterranean and the Middle-Eastern area.
Miriam of Nazareth, the mother of Jesus is a particular person in history.
She was a Jewish woman who lived in first century Palestine, particularly, Nazareth, a small farming village in Galilee.
She was married to Joseph, a tekton. Her son, Jesus of Nazareth, later became known as the Christ. As wife and mother, she was probably skilled in various life-sustaining activities like food and clothing production.
During her lifetime, Palestine was part of the vast Roman Empire.
Alba Maryam sings the emotions for Maryam along the ages in Latin, Arabic, Galizian, Turkish, Bulgarian, Armenian language
Sacred yet secular concert, Alba Maryam has no boundaries, a message of embracing peace, chanting the mediterranean, medieval, middle-eastern heart, the only separation being the oblivious salted water of the Mediterranean sea.
The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom No. 3, Op. 79: Antiphons
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The Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom No. 3, Op. 79: Antiphons · Boris Christoff
Grechaninov, A.T.: Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom (The), Op. 79
℗ 1997 Capriccio
Released on: 1997-01-01
Artist: Boris Christoff
Artist: Todor Grigorov
Artist: Grigor Yanev
Artist: Blagoi Spassov
Choir: Bulgarian National Svetoslav Obretenov Choir
Conductor: Georgi Robev
Orchestra: Bulgarian National Radio Chamber Orchestra
Composer: Alexander Gretchaninov
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Manasyt - First Bulgarian Empire
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Written and produced by Petar Tassev.
Bye Bye berlin - EP - Cat Number: ANARCHY009.
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Anarchy in the Funk Records.
About the First Bulgarian Kingdom - the hermit / За първото българско царство - Отшелника
00:00 - 01:42 / Bandits
01:42 - 05:39 / Nightmare
05:40 - 09:08 / Amen
Music composed by Yann Rumenin
Used instruments :
Tupans - Strezov sampling VST
Zourna - Free VST
Gadulka, Dvoqnka, vocals, voice sounds, forks, knives, wood sounds - recordered and performed by Y. Rumenin
Bees sounds, birds sounds, wind - audiojungle.net
Sound design - Yann Rumenin
Director - Petrinel Gotchev
Atanas IYI Khan Kubrat IYI Gendov - The Era of Bulgarians
Asparuh,Pliska,Krum and Omurtag palace ,Madara horseman,Seal of Tervel,The monument of 1300 years of Bulgaria - Shumen
BBC Knowledge lesson about Bulgaria and Iran
Bulgarian and Iranian folk lesson.
The opening and the ending are signed with Tonina Răchenica.
Somebody wrote here that Rohan are Kurdi. That's even better because the bulgarians and the kurds are very close :-)
Atanas Khan Kubrat Gendov - Centuries Of The Aryans
Music by Me - Atanas Gendov
Video by friend of mine.
Centuries Of The Aryans is
inspired by the history of all Aryan peoples, since the establishing of the very first Indo - European state - the Persian empire, through the medieval history of Eastern & Western Europe, and the present connections between Europeans and the successors of Persia
TOTAL HERETIC 1990(a power metal opera by the band Total from Varna-Bulgaria
Power metal opera by the band Total from Varna-Bulgaria-1990. Music and words - Zachari Karabashliev
TOTAL is a hard'n heavy band
Stefan Germanov-bass, '89-'91
Konstantin Jambazov-guitar, '90-'93
Plamen Yovtchev - piano,keyboards '90-'91
Gordan Kaloyanchev-guitar, '91-'93
Georgi Radev-drums, '91'-'93
Julian Kolev-bass, '91-'93
Bulgarians on Caucasus
Descendants of Khan Kubrat of Great Bulgaria on Caucasus
Oh, Shipka Pass! — English subs and translation
Principality of Bulgaria, 1883 (translated by the Russian poet Vladimir Lugovoj)
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An ode by the great Bulgarian poet Ivan Vazov dedicated to the heroic defense of Shipka Pass by the forces of the Russian troops and the Bulgarian militia in the summer of 1877. Its original name sounds like Militiamen at Shipka («Опълченците на Шипка»). First published in 1883, it later became a part of the collection The Epic of the Forgotten (1881-1884). In this video, the poem is performed in abbreviated form and rock version by the Bulgarian band «Епизод», which also has a Bulgarian (original) version of this music.
Portrayed by General Nikolaj Stoletov (1831—1912), Russian commander of the Bulgarian militia (Opalchentsi) during the Battle of Shipka Pass and a national hero of Bulgaria. In the lyrics of this song he is called Our hero Stoletov, the glorious general.
LYRICS (Complete original ones, differing from the video):
Трое суток юные дружины
Держат оборону. Тёмные долины
Вторят грому битвы в этот грозный час.
Враг идёт на приступ! Уж в бессчётный раз
Лезут злые орды по суровым кручам:
На отвесных скалах брызги крови жгучей,
От кровавой бури свет в очах померк.
Сулейман безумный поднял руку вверх
И кричит: «На Шипке мерзостная челядь!»
Лезут вновь на приступ, наводнив ущелье,
С именем Аллаха турки, но гора
Отвечает грозным рокотом: «Ура!»
Пули, камни, брёвна низвергались градом:
Храбрые дружины, встав со смертью рядом,
Отражают натиск злобного врага:
Дорога отвага - жизнь недорога!
Нет, никто не хочет быть последним в войске.
Каждый, если надо, встретит смерть геройски.
Слышен треск винтовок. Турки вновь ревут,
Вновь бегут на приступ - страшен наш редут!
Турки злы, как тигры, а бегут, как овцы.
Вновь волна взметнулась: держатся орловцы
И болгары - им ли страшен смерти взор?
Штурм - жесток и грозен, но грозней отпор.
Бьются трое суток — помощь не приходит,
Взгляд нигде надежды светлой не находит,
Не летят на помощь братские орлы,
Но стоят герои средь кровавой мглы,
Точно горсть спартанцев против Ксеркса полчищ.
Хлынул враг на приступ - выжидают молча!
И когда последней схватки час настал,
Наш герой Столетов, славный генерал:
«Братья ополченцы! - крикнул с силой новой,
Родине сплетёте вы венец лавровый!»
И опять герои всей дружиной гордой
Ждут, когда прихлынут вражеские орды,
Бешеные орды. О, высокий час!
Волн порыв улёгся, присмирел, погас!
Кончились патроны, дышим смертным чадом,
Сломан штык - ну что же: бьём врага прикладом!
Если нужно, сгинем в битве роковой
пред лицом вселенной на горе крутой
Смертью богатырской, в битве побеждая...
«Видит нас сегодня вся страна родная:
Ей ли наше бегство с высоты узреть?
Отступать не станем - лучше умереть!»
Больше нет оружья! Бойня, гекатомба,
Каждый кол - оружье, каждый камень - бомба.
В каждом сердце яркий пламень запылал,
Камни и деревья рухнули в провал!
Кончились и камни - мы не отступаем,
Трупы мы на турок с крутизны бросаем!
И на орды вражьи чёрным, страшным роем
Падают с обрыва мёртвые герои.
И трепещут турки: никогда пред ними
Не сражались рядом мёртвые с живыми;
И взлетает к небу стоголосый крик,
Алую дорогу пролагает штык.
Но герои наши, встав скалою твёрдой,
Встретили железо мощной грудью гордой
И рванулись в сечу, отметая страх,
Чтобы гибель встретить с песней на устах...
Но опять взметнулись орды полчищ диких,
Захлестнуть пытаясь воинов великих...
Кажется, достигнут храбрости предел...
Вдруг Радецкий славный с войском подоспел!
И теперь - лишь буря грянет на Балканы,
Вспоминают Шипку горы-великаны,
И приносит эхо гром былых побед
Через перевалы, в даль грядущих лет.
Darkness Descended Upon Ourlanda - Bulgaristan
Theodosii Spassov-Danube Brotherhood- Bulgarian Sky
Theodosii Spassov -Danube Brotherhood-My Bulgarian Sky
Теодосий Спасов-Дунавско братство-Мое Българско небе
Camera by Mariana Ivanova
Sliven Concert 13.03.2016
LIl pink, 1st place
Богородичина песма with lyrics
Old-Church-Slavonic song Величитъ душа моя Господа in serbian chant and with lyrics.
JENNIE - SOLO
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“Hey, Mara” - Everybody Under the Sun: Voices of Solstice
Hey, Mara / Paul Winter Consort / Everybody Under the Sun: Voices of Solstice (The Singers) / Disc 1 / Track 11
Trad. Bulgarian arr. Maria Koleva (Living Earth Music, BMI)
Maria Koleva | voice
Nikolay Kolev | gadulka
Nikola Gaydarov | kaval
Steve Gorn | bansuri
Glen Velez | percussion
Tim Brumfield | organ
Paul Winter | soprano sax
Maria Koleva was born in Karlovo, in the Rose Valley of Bulgaria. Paul Winter has long loved Bulgarian music, since hearing, in the early 1960s, the legendary album Music of Bulgaria, by the Koutev Ensemble. Having finally had the opportunity to visit Bulgaria in 2012 for the Flyways project, Paul wanted then to feature Bulgarian music in their next Summer Solstice Celebration. They were privileged to also have Maria’s father, Nikolay Kolev, who is a renowned player of the gadulka (Bulgarian mandolin), and virtuoso kaval (flute) player Nikola Gaydarov. Maria says: “This song is about the time when Bulgaria was under the Ottoman Empire. It is basically historical, and rather sad.”
Everybody Under the Sun is an anthology from the first four decades of Paul Winter’s annual Winter and Summer Solstice events at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. The album features 22 singers from 13 cultures of five continents around the world. Since 1980, Paul Winter and his Consort have been artists-in-residence at New York’s Cathedral of St. John the Divine, where they have presented annual Winter Solstice and Summer Solstice Celebrations in the extraordinary acoustics of this largest cathedral in the world. In keeping with the universal embrace of the solstices, and the intercultural ecumenical welcoming tradition of the Cathedral, these milestone concerts have always featured special guest performers from different cultures of the world.
℗ 2019 Earth Music Productions
Funky when he was small
Gustav Mahler - Symphony No.3
Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra
Chief conductor - Martin Panteleev
Live broadcasting by the Bulgarian National TV
Opening of the 84th concert season of the orchestra
Sean Wier - MANASYt Project Mix
A great mix by Sean Wier, hailing from Michigan, USA on the illustrious Petar Tassev, better known as MANASYt. With releases on a variety of labels - such as Bunker, Kommando 6, Touchin' Bass and Human Shield - MANASyt explores the more experimental and freakish sound of electro, but always with solid basslines to keep the crowd moving. Maybe this mix isn't for home listening, but then take it to your friend's house and play it on his audiophile father's 20.000 dollar stereo player. Shout out to Sean Wier for this formidable mix!
) Burr Hole
2) Everyone Missing
3) Realms Of Vacuum
4) First Mission To Oberon
5) Snap Your Back
6) Slightly Off Course
7) Mobile Pharmacy
8) Every Fang For You
9) Tar City
10) Secret Time
11) Sister Ping
13) Dentist Artillery
14) Soon On MTV
15) Crotaphytus RMX
16) Tweeker Notes
18) Starliner Island
FITIL - Anarchy
Фитил punk band Bulgaria
VANIA ANGELOVA - Old Bulgarian Musical Pictures
My composition Old Bulgarian Musical Pictures is influenced by paintings of Vladimir Dimitrov- The Master. Interpreted by Dr.Vania Angelova and Dr.Bojana Milinov, 2007, Montreal.
Atanas Khan Kubrat Gendov - The Dawn Of The Great Battle
Composed by Me,
In Memory of His Glourious Majesty - the ruler of the bulgars, Khana Syubigi Tervel - The Savior Of Europe and his victory against the arabs in 717-718 A.D
Manasyt live in Paris
Kommando 6 Elektrik Nacht in Paris, June 2006. Line-up: Beta Evers, Black Spider Clan, Manasyt, Ra-x, Umwelt, Serge Nicolas.
MIDI Accordeon plus Universal Sampler Bulgaria
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GLOCK - Turn Back The Time 2016
Official music video of GlocK performing their first single 'Turn Back The Time'.
Video Director: Radost Tsekova
Song recorded, mixed & mastered @ Zero Project Studio by Vladi Bochev
Music by: George Judas
Lyrics by: Frankie Roll
Arranged by: GLOCK
Frankie Roll - Vocals, Guitar
George Judas - Bass Guitar, Vocals
Stefan Denis - Guitar, Vocals
Dobromir Polikov Murro - Guitar, Vocals
Jeni Drums - Drums, Vocals
Phone: +359 88 7463103
Support the Bulgarian music!
Linkin Park - Heavy | Band Cover - Sofia, Bulgaria
Jazzanitza - The Bulgarian Groove
Borislav Petrov explains the concepts behind the tunes of Jazzanitza.
MANASYt - Screw The Routine
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