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Playlist of First Bulgarian Empire

  • National Anthem of the Tsardom of Bulgaria - Шуми Марица


    National Anthem of Bulgaria (1947-1951):

    National Anthem of Bulgaria (1951-1964):

    Current National Anthem of Bulgaria:

    Shumi Maritsa (Maritsa Rushes) was the Bulgarian national anthem from 1886 until 1947. The music was derived from the German folk song Wenn die Soldaten durch die Stadt marschieren that was very popular in Bulgaria in the mid-19th century. The original text was written by Nikola Zhivkov, a head teacher in Veles (now in the Republic of Macedonia). The lyrics were edited many times, most notably in 1912 by the poet Ivan Vazov.

  • Manasyt - First Bulgarian Empire


    Buy this track on:

    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.


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  • The origin of Tatars: Xiongnu, Huns, Göktürks, Great Bulgaria


    Andronovo culture: |
    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.

  • 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)

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  • The thema of Bulgaria


    The Theme of Bulgaria was a province of the Byzantine Empire established by Emperor Basil II after the victory over Samuel of Bulgaria (997-1014 AD) and the fall of the First Bulgarian Empire in 1018. It was based on the wider regions of Skopje and Ohrid. Its capital was Skopje and it was governed by a strategos. Two main rebellions took place in the region, the Uprising of Peter Delyan (1040-1041) and the Uprising of Georgi Voiteh (1072). After 150 years the Bulgarian Empire was restored, with the Rebellion of the brothers Peter and Asen in 1185 AD.

    Тема България обхваща югозападните български земи - териториите на днешна Република Македония, Западна България, части от Северна Гърция и Южна Сърбия. Център на областта е град Скопие. Всички теми по българските земи са поверени на ромейски управители - стратези. В градовете са настанени византийски гарнизони, които поддържат имперската власт. Жителите на темата страдат по време на печенежките и норманските набези през XI и XII век, но ромеите с помощтта на българското население успяват да се справят с тях.
    Тема България престава да съществува, след като царете Асен I и Петър освобождават тази област от византийското господство.

  • Bulgarians on Caucasus


    Descendants of Khan Kubrat of Great Bulgaria on Caucasus

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  • BULGARIA - You can’t help falling in love with her at first sight


    Bulgaria (/bʌlˈɡɛəriə, bʊl-/ (About this sound listen); Bulgarian: България, tr. Bǎlgariya), officially the Republic of Bulgaria (Bulgarian: Република България, tr. Republika Bǎlgariya, pronounced [rɛˈpublikɐ bɐɫˈɡarijɐ]), is a country in southeastern Europe. It is bordered by Romania to the north, Serbia and Macedonia to the west, Greece and Turkey to the south, and the Black Sea to the east. With a territory of 110,994 square kilometres (42,855 sq mi), Bulgaria is Europe's 16th-largest country.

    Organised prehistoric cultures began developing on current Bulgarian lands during the Neolithic period. Its ancient history saw the presence of the Thracians, Greeks, Persians, Celts, Romans, Goths, Alans and Huns. The emergence of a unified Bulgarian state dates back to the establishment of the First Bulgarian Empire in 681 AD, which dominated most of the Balkans and functioned as a cultural hub for Slavs during the Middle Ages. With the downfall of the Second Bulgarian Empire in 1396, its territories came under Ottoman rule for nearly five centuries. The Russo-Turkish War of 1877–78 led to the formation of the Third Bulgarian State. The following years saw several conflicts with its neighbours, which prompted Bulgaria to align with Germany in both world wars. In 1946 it became a one-party socialist state as part of the Soviet-led Eastern Bloc. In December 1989 the ruling Communist Party allowed multi-party elections, which subsequently led to Bulgaria's transition into a democracy and a market-based economy.

    Bulgaria's population of 7.2 million people is predominantly urbanised and mainly concentrated in the administrative centres of its 28 provinces. Most commercial and cultural activities are centred on the capital and largest city, Sofia. The strongest sectors of the economy are heavy industry, power engineering, and agriculture, all of which rely on local natural resources.

    The country's current political structure dates to the adoption of a democratic constitution in 1991. Bulgaria is a unitary parliamentary republic with a high degree of political, administrative, and economic centralisation. It is a member of the European Union, NATO, and the Council of Europe; a founding state of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE); and has taken a seat at the UN Security Council three times

  • Greta Bulgaria Map


    Bulgarian Empire !!!!!!!!!!!!



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  • Balkan Wars 1912-1913 Documentary / The Ottoman Army in the Balkans


    The Ottoman Empire fought the Balkan Wars of 1912-1913 against the joint forces of Bulgaria, Greece, Montenegro, and Serbia. he Balkan Wars of 1912 - 1913 opened an era of conflict in Europe at the beginning of the 20th century, which lasted until 1918.

    Balkan Wars 1912-1913 (2014)
    Producer: Mustafa Karahan
    Director: Cem Fakir
    Music: Cem Özkan
    Soloist: Aliye Mutlu

    Documentary music can be purchased from digital platforms;
    Apple Music:

  • Civilization Themes - Age of Empires 2 Definitive Edition


    00:02 Aztecs
    1:19 Berbers
    1:58 Britons
    2:47 Bulgarians
    3:58 Burmese
    4:43 Byzantines
    5:50 Celts
    6:42 Chinese
    7:35 Cumans
    8:37 Ethiopians
    9:23 Franks
    10:07 Goths
    11:14 Huns
    12:08 Incas
    13:08 Indians
    14:17 Italians
    15:16 Japanese
    15:55 Khmer
    17:06 Koreans
    18:05 Lithuanians
    19:20 Magyars
    20:09 Malay
    21:17 Malians
    22:13 Mayans
    23:09 Mongols
    23:58 Persians
    24:59 Portuguese
    26:05 Saracens
    27:00 Slavs
    27:44 Spanish
    28:53 Tartars
    29:54 Teutons
    30:36 Turks
    31:12 Vietnamese
    32:06 Vikings

  • 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

  • skill - final.wmv


    Dj Skill Bulgaria !!!

  • Bulgarians on Caucasus draft version


    This is a Draft version, please go to Bulgarians on Caucasus

  • Bulgaria National Anthem


    Bulgaria National Anthem



    15. – 22.03.2018

    HEIGHTS (2017)
    Director: Victor Bojinov
    Cast: Alexandar Aleksiev, Stoyan Doychev, Filip Avramov, Vassil Mihajlov
    Length: 150 minutes
    Genre: tragicomedy, history

    One of the most ambitious and Epic Bulgarian projects in recent years, Heights is an adaptation of Milen Ruskov’s novel of the same name, published in 2011.
    The film explores the Bulgarian realities of the 1870s a few years before the war, that would liberate the country from the Ottoman occupation. Directed by Victor Bojinov and adapted by Neli Dimitrova, the story follows Gicho a young man in a revolutionary group led by Dimitar Obshti, a real-life revolutionary fighting against the Turks. After a successful train robbery Obshti entrust Gicho with a special mission: to deliver a letter to Vasil Levski, the country’s most famous freedom fighter, now considered a hero and dubbed The Apostle of Freedom.

    ©Bulgarian Cultural Institute in Prague 2018



    Поморавието влиза в Българската държава още с основаването й в 681 и никога не е преставало да бъде част от българското национално землище, българска администрация в тази област на Западна България заедно с Македония има и през Първата и Втората световни войни.

  • The Madara Rider


    The Madara Rider, representing the figure of a knight triumphing over a lion, is carved into a 100-m-high cliff near the village of Madara in north-east Bulgaria. Madara was the principal sacred place of the First Bulgarian Empire before Bulgaria's conversion to Christianity in the 9th century. The inscriptions beside the sculpture tell of events that occurred between AD 705 and 801.

  • Bulgarian Rhythms Presentation by Borislav Petrov


    Alumni master research presentation at Conservatorium of Amsterdam, 2011

  • chaika - han kubrat 2


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  • Part Of The New Song Of Ghetto Comming Soon..


    Кадър от записите на новото ти парче с Азот-Франция (Studio Tara Records-Lille)

  • 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

  • Oye Como Va


    November,2009 at Max Music in Russe,Bulgaria

  • Di terkishe bulgarishe milkhome - pointless, says this Yiddish song


    Morris Rund, who wrote the words and set them to the tune of Di blumenkrants, is kibitzing on somebody else's war. He says no benefit is derived from the shedding of blood. From the American Penny Songs collection. See for more information. This was probably the war now called The First Balkan War (1912-1913) though Turks and Bulgarians were at war for centuries.

  • Random Fact - Спомени - Demo Recording.wmv


    We are the Bulgarian funk-rock band Random fact and this is our first original song.
    Ivoslaff - vocals
    Slice - guitar
    Ivaylo - bass
    Yavkata - drums

  • Verdun + Tannenberg - Defeat, Victory, Spawns


    (0:00 - 0:12) - German Empire Victory Theme
    (0:12 - 0:28) - Austria-Hungary Victory Theme
    (0:28 - 0:38) - French Victory Theme
    (0:38 - 0:58) - Russian Empire Victory Theme
    (0:58 - 1:13) - German Defeat Theme
    (1:13 - 1:36) - Austria-Hungary Defeat Theme
    (1:36 - 1:50) - French Defeat Theme
    (1:50 - 2:09) - Russian Defeat Theme
    (2:09 - 2:18) - Draw Match
    (2:18 - 2:44) - Match End
    (2:44 - 2:54) - U.S DoughBoys
    (2:54 - 3:05) - U.S Marines
    (3:05 - 3:15) - Canadians
    (3:15 - 3:27) - U.K Tommies
    (3:27 - 3:42) - Scottish Highlanders
    (3:42 - 3:51) - Polius
    (3:51 - 4:01) - Chasseurs
    (4:01 - 4:10) - Belgian Flemish
    (4:10 - 4:27) - Frontovik
    (4:27 - 4:48) - Cossacks
    (4:48 - 5:06) - Infaterie
    (5:06 - 5:18) - Landser
    (5:18 - 5:30) - Stoßtruppen
    (5:30 - 5:40) - Pionere
    (5:40 - 5:51) - Alpen Jäger
    (5:51 - 6:08) - KuK
    (6:08 - 6:31) - Romanians
    (6:31 - 6:49) - Bulgarians
    (6:49 - 7:01) - Schutzen

  • Linux Multimedia Studio Composition - Bulgar Empire


    3rd original composition on LMM Studio (with edirol orchestral VSTi).

    In regards to my own interpretation: for me this song symbolises the Bulgarian Empire with its Slavic History, and is strongly inspired by a lot of Bulgarian ethnic music. I also find Cosmopolitanism to be a strong theme in the composition.

    Here's hoping you enjoy it!

  • The Funk Out - Big Dick


  • Baby Yoda Song - A Star Wars Rap | by ChewieCatt


    Who doesn't love good ol' baby Yoda

    Like, Subscribe, Comment, Share!!!

    listen on spotify/itunes/apple music etc..!

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  • EastWest Voices of the Empire Walkthrough


    Watch this Overview of Voices of the Empire with Josh Carney as he demonstrates the cinematic and haunting vocals of Uyanga Bold. This library includes Mongolian, Bulgarian, and Western-Style multi-sampled instruments, dozens of expressive phrases in every key, 2 unique Mongolian legato vocal instruments, a traditional legato vocal instrument, and expressive vowel multi-sampled instruments. Uyanga Bold is a unique talent, melding the ethnic musical traditions of Bulgaria, Serbia, Mongolia, and beyond. She is a trained opera singer with perfect pitch, fluent in Russian, Mongolian, French, German, and English. It's East meets West like you've never heard before. Produced by Doug Rogers and Nick Phoenix, Voices of the Empire is a must-have virtual instrument for composers and musicians looking for that epic vocal sound for their next project. Now available for purchase or as part of a ComposerCloud subscription!



    15. – 22.03.2018



    15.03.2018, 18:30 – OMNIPRESENT (2017, Directed by Ilian Djevelekov)
    16.03.2018, 18:00 – OFF THE ROAD (2017, Directed by Nikolay Volev)
    16.03.2018, 20:45 – CORPSE COLLECTOR (2014, Directed by Dimitar Dimitrov)
    17.03.2018, 17:30 – HEIGHTS (2017, Directed by Victor Bojinov)
    17.03.2018, 20:45 – MONKEY (2016, Directed by Dimitar Kotzev)
    18.03.2018, 18:30 – LILLY THE LITTLE FISH (2017, Directed by Yassen Grigorov)


    19.03.2018, 18:30 – LIVING LEGENDS (2014, Directed by Niki Iliev)
    20.03.2018, 18:30 – LESSON (2014, Directed by Kristina Grozeva, Petar Valchanov)
    21.03.2018, 18:30 – HOLIDAYMAKERS (2016, Directed by Ivaylo Penchev)
    22.03.2018, 18:30 – GLORY (2016, Directed by Kristina Grozeva, Petar Valchanov)

    ©Bulgarian Cultural Institute in Prague 2018

  • Bulgarian Artists - Stoyan Venev / Стоян Венев


    Stoyan Venev was born in 1904 in the village of Skrinyano, Kyustendil Municipality. He graduated from high school in Kyustendil (1928) as during his school years he started painting cartoons for various newspapers and magazines - Red laugh, Zvanar, Echo and others. These cartoons have been signed with the pseudonym Пролетарче (Little Proletarian).

    He graduated with painting from the Academy of Arts in Sofia under Prof. B. Mitov, Prof. Stefan Ivanov and Prof. Dimitar Gyudzhenov (1931). Already in his early creative years he became widely popular. His works are mainly in painting, but he also draws graphics and cartoons.

    In the 1930s he was an illustrator of the newspaper Vesela druzhina.

    The first exhibitions in which he took part were in the 1930s. In these exhibitions he participated together with the sculptor Ivan Funev. He has been held accountable for his anti-fascist ideas in several of his works. The main themes in Stoyan Venev's paintings are retrieved from the Bulgarian folklore.

    After September 9, 1944, he published many of his cartoons in the newspapers Starshel, Workers' Delo and others. His paintings also have great successes.

    He organized solo exhibitions in Sofia (1942), Moscow (1965), GDR (1969), West Berlin (1971) and others. He participated in joint art exhibitions in the USSR, Czechoslovakia, China, Berlin, Budapest, Leipzig, London, Paris, Vienna, Athens, Bucharest, New York, etc. Jubilee exhibitions were presented in Sofia (1954, 1964 and 1974) and Kyustendil (1984).

    Stoyan Vennev's works are at the National Gallery of Art, the Art Gallery, the Dresden Gallery, the Pushkin Museum in Moscow, galleries in London, Paris, Chisinau, St. Petersburg and many private collections. In 1950 and 1953 he was awarded the Dimitrov Prize and in 1965 he became a Honorary Citizen of Kyustendil. He died on March 20, 1989.

    Music: Pancho Vladigerov - The Sad Shepherd, Op. 60, No. 3

  • Nikopolis Ad Istrum 2018


  • Russian Empire +Eng Subs


    This song is about the Battle of Shipka Pass, where a group of 5,000 Bulgarian and 2,500 Russian troops repulsed an attack against the peak by a nearly 40,000 strong Ottoman army.

  • March 3 2016 National liberation day Bulgaria from the Turkish empire..shot on Samsung note 3 30/sec


  • Ambient Anarchist at PORKPIE club


    Ambient Anarchist at PORKPIE club (Sofia, Bulgaria)

  • Dimitar Stanchev - Khan Krum


    Khan Krum Juvigi, Bulgarian opera in 2 acts and 8 scenes by Alexander Jossifov, libretto by Bancho Banov
    First performance 1981 on the occasion of 1300 years since creation of the Bulgarian State.

    Veliko Tarnovo, 1989

    Video source:

  • Bulgarian Communist Patriotic Song - Слава на нашата партия


    ''Слава на нашата партия'' (Slava na nashata partiya/Glory to Our Party) is a communist patriotic song writter by Georgi Maslarski and the music was composed by Georgi Zlatev-Cherkin.

  • Mongolian Throat Singing-Batzorig Vaanchig


    Throat singing online masterclass -

    Original video:
    I saw it first on FB before to put it here, I'm just suprised!

    Thanks to Munkhbayar Sainjargal

    Praise of Gengis Khan
    Blessed by the 'Blue Sky' or 'Khokh Tenger' (referencing to the God)
    Born in the 'Khuduu Aral' (Birth place of the Genghis Khan)
    United the 'Blue' Mongols (Blue is referencing to Mongolian blue spot)
    The whole World is remembering/missing you
    Chorus: Eee, Eyaye!
    To the Courageous Mongol Chinggis (Genghis Khan)
    To the Holy Lord Chinggis Khan (Genghis Khan)
    From all of the metals
    You are strong as steel
    On this Earth
    You are strong as Garid (Garid is large bird-like creature. See Garuda)
    Chorus: Eee, Eyaye!
    To the Courageous Mongol Chinggis (Genghis Khan)
    To the Warrior Lord Chinggis (Genghis Khan)
    Blessed by the Upper Tenger (referencing to the God)
    Followed by the half of the world (Mongol Empire conquered half of the know world)
    United all the might and power
    Inflamed the spirits
    Chorus: Eee, Eyaye!
    To the Courageous Mongol Chinggis (Genghis Khan)
    To the Great Lord Chinggis Khan (Genghis Khan)

  • 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).

  • Thomas Bergersen - One Million Voices


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  • Les chants sacrés orthodoxes de Cassienne de Constantinople - Aliette de Laleu


    Cassienne de Constantinople, aussi connue sous le nom de Kassia, est l'une des plus anciennes créatrices de l'empire Byzantin dont on a conservé les manuscrits (musique et texte).

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  • Sabaton Live Bulgaria IEC@10.03.17


    Снимано е абсолютно всичко от излизането на Sabaton до края на концерта, но клипа беше прекъснат от телефонно обаждане за това стана на две части.... Enjoy

    0:00 - Opening(Status Quo - In The Army Now)
    2:40 - Prepare
    4:05 - Ghost Division
    8:13 - Sparta
    12:36 - Blood of Bannockburn
    15:26 - 19:57 - Talking
    19:57 - Swedish Pagans
    23:54 - The Last Stand
    27:55 - Carolus Rex
    32:45 - 34:10 - Talking
    34:10 - Union
    38:20 - Lost Batalion
    42:51 - Far From The Fame
    46:39 - Lion From The North
    51:50 - 55:00 - Talking
    55:00 - Final Solution(Ballad/Acoustic)
    1:01:40 - 1:03:41 - Talking
    01:03:42 - Resist And Bite
    1:07:14 - Night Witches
    1:10:45 - 1:12:10 - Talking
    1:12:10 - (part2) - Winged Hussars

  • 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

  • Byzantine chant: Lament for Constantinople: Ο Θεός ήλθοσαν έθνη/ O Lord the heathen are come


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    About the chant:
    Fall of Constantinople, (29 May 1453). After ten centuries of wars, defeats, and victories, the Byzantine Empire came to an end when Constantinople fell to the Ottoman Turks in May 1453. The city’s fall sent shock waves throughout Christendom. It is widely quoted as the event that marked the end of the European Middle Ages.
    Ο Θεός ήλθοσαν έθνη translated as 'O God, the nations have invaded your inheritance'.
    Manuel Chrysaphes, the composer of this marvellous historical piece, which has been discovered at the beginning of the first world war, did not find more eloquent words than those of Psalm 78 in order to mourn in it the church of Aghia Sophia.
    #Byzantinechant #LamentforConstantinople

    This chant was performed by Alexander Lingas/ Liturgica

    Text in Greek:
    Ὁ θεός, ἤλθοσαν ἔθνη, ἤλθοσαν, ἤλθοσαν ἔθνη
    εἰς τὴν κληρονομί… εἰς τὴν κληρονομίαν σου,
    ἐμίαναν τὸν ναὸν τὸν ἅγιόν σου,
    ἐμίανα... χα... χα... χαν
    τὸν ναὸν τὸν ἅγιόν σου, ἐμίαναν, Κύριε,
    ἔθεντο τὰ θνησιμαῖ... χαῖ...α τῶν δούλων σου
    βρώ... βρώματα τοῖς πετεινοῖς τοῦ οὐρανοῦ,
    τὰς σάρκας τῶν ὁσίων σου τοῖς θηρίοις τῆς γῆς·
    ἐξέχεαν, ἐξέχεαν, ἐξέχεαν τὸ αἷμα αὐτῶν, κύριε,
    ἐξέχεαν τὸ αἷμα αὐτῶν ὡς ὕδωρ κύκλῳ Ιερουσαλημ,
    καὶ οὐκ ἦν ὁ θάπτων.

    ἐγενήθημεν, ἐγενήθημεν ὄνειδος τοῖς γείτοσιν ἡμῶν,
    μυκτηρισμὸς καὶ χλευασμὸς τοῖς κύκλῳ ἡμῶν.
    ἕως πότε, κύριε – πάλιν – ἕως πότε, κύριε,
    ὀργισθήσῃ εἰς τέλος,
    ἐκκαυθήσεται ὡς πῦρ ὁ ζῆλός σου;
    ἕως πότε, κύριε
    ἔκχεον τὴν ὀργήν σου,
    ἔκχεον, ἔκχεον τὴν ὀργήν σου
    ἐπὶ τὰ ἔθνη τὰ μὴ γινώσκοντά σε
    σε καὶ ἐπὶ βασιλείας, αἳ τὸ ὄνομά σου οὐκ ἐπεκαλέσαντο...

    μὴ μνησθῇς ἡμῶν ἀνομιῶν ἀρχαίων·
    ἀλλὰ βοήθησον ἡμῖν ταχὺ
    καὶ ἐλέησόν ἡμᾶς.

  • Bulgaria to London / Kid Ink European tour 2014 / Shepherds bush Empire


    my own lane concert
    London 2014
    european tour

  • Hura kuşusem ☀️ Black eyes | Bulgars | Avars | Khazars | Chuvash music


    Slavs and Avars -
    Sclavs were multi-ethnic (Iranic, Slavic, Gepidic) border-guards / army of Avar empire. Originally, Sclav = Avar soldier, border warrior class (not ethnicity). Avars were placing Slavic military divisions (consisting of different tribes) along its borders with Byzantium (along Danube on south) and Frankish empire (on west). Slavs werent an ethnicity but a military class (sort of Avar border mariners moving by waterways). Yes, Slavic was the lingua franca of these border-guards but Avars employed and moved from empire´s interior part many warlike Iranic (Croats, Serbs, Obodrites) tribes to protect the borders on the south and west (2:55). Avars moved also parts of pure Slavic Dulebs & Buzhans along with them as borderguards. The Avar border-guard population was a MIXTURE, sth like ROMAN ARMY. Namely Avars stand behind the modern geographic placement of Sclavs (today understood as one ethnicity but then simply the Avar army, MILITARY CLASS, consisting of all kinds of tribes that inhabited the empire. Serbs, Croats, Czechs, Lusatian Sorbs, Slovenians are all originally Avar border guards / Avar empire border army. Thats why they all were moved there from the interior parts of Avar empire. Sclav, originally SAKLAVS (Sakaliba in Arabic sources) from Sak / Sag - deer, totemic animal of warlike Sarmato-Scythians. But as told, SAK-lav (Saklab) was just a military term, military class of Avar empire (nothing to do with ethnicity / hundreds of scattered Slavic tribes DIDNT have ONE common consiousnes THEN).

    CHUVASH is the ONLY surviving language among OGHUR tongues, along with extinct AVAR, BULGAR & KHAZAR.

    Булгарська, аварська, хозарська, чуваська (і можливо гунська) мови - споріднені. Одна і таж огурська група (як укр., пол і рос.)

    Ukrainian Bulgar names: Українські прізвища булгарського (аварського / хозарського) походження - (Сюмар!, Дзиндзя, Ґера, Курзяк, Баган...с. Черче, м. Турка = стоянка) - Доречі на прапорі Турківського району - зображений булгарський царський знаk (овальний тризуб / трьохконечна вилка), фігурує на прапорі над головою тура. Бойки про це навіть не знають - передавалось як традиція..

    Булгарська топоніміка в Україні / Bulgar placenames in Ukraine:

    Булгарська (Аварська) топоніміка В КАРПАТАХ:

    БАШТУ - булгарська / аварська назва Києва, заснованого, за булгарськими джерелами булгарським намісником Шамбатом (Києм) з клану Дуло (Дульоба). Булгарський царський клан Дуло був сармато-скіфського походження! Україна = Чорна Булгарія і земля Дульоба (роду Дуло / оба = рід, клан). Доречі: могила Великого булгарського царя Кубрата (з клану Дуло), знаходиться в с. ПЕРЕЩЕПИНА (Полтавщина)! Харка - первинно булгарська осада! (звідси Харків)

    Чуваська - єдина жива мова огурської (булгарської) групи разом з вже зниклими булгарською, аварської, хозарською. Словяни - багатоетнічна армія (не етнос) Аварської імперії. Аварська держава розміщувала словянські військові загони вздовж кордонів Аварської імперії. Тому, наприклад, войовничі іранські племена Хорватів (з Прикарпаття), Ободритів і Сербів (теж з України) а з ними чимало дулібів, волинян, уличів були перекинені (всередині імперії!) для охорони Аварського державного кордону (2:55) з Візантією (по Дунаю) та з Франкською імперією (Ободрити, Лужицькі серби). Розмовною мово в багатонаціональній аварській армії була словянська - читай тут:

  • Ogonek+Cooh - Let The Music Play , OUT NOW! exclusive on METAFIZIQ Recs


    This is the first video of the annihilating Bulgarian electronic music producers Ogonek & Cooh - performing at the drum and bass scene in Bulgaria since 1999 and it's made by Valeri Sholevski in 2004. This video includes exclusive video shots by Dobromir's Kotev.
    The video is a mix between live shots of Ogonek and Cooh during their daily life in 2003-2004

    The remastered version is OUT NOW! including 2 new remixes of Counterstrike and Balkansky. Still available at:

    Originally produced in 2005 those emblematic tunes for the Bulgarian Drum and Bass scene are now finally remastered and released on Ogonek's Metafiziq label.
    In that release you can also find and the new epic remixes from Counterstrike, Balkansky and Kenogo and also a special VIP rework of Scared Of Dark by Ogonek & Cooh.

    original photo-gram album cover artwork by Metafiziq Recordings lab
    released 24 May 2011

  • 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.

  • Hope-Bulgaria, formation


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