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Playlist of History of Bulgaria since 1989

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  • Afghan military parade 1988

    1:19:32

    This is a afghan parade made in celebration to the Saur Revolution in 1988. The parade was followed by a civilian parade (not included in the video) which mainly was to celebrate the Afghan party and Government. Further history:

    The Afghan Saur Revolution was a revolution staged by communist friendly officers from the afghan national army against the economicaly declining government of the Republic of Afghanistan lead by Dhaud Khan. The period that followed was 2 unstable governments the first owerthrown by the afghan army and the 2nd overthrown by Soviet invasions in support of more Moderate communists who supported a mixture of religion and socialism. This government however also ended in 1985.

    The Afghanistan in the video is not the same communist Afghanistan as before 1985 and the president dr. Najihbulla (most likely misspelled) who had taken Power in 85 had disestablished the DRA (Democratic Republic of Afghanistan and the communist Afghanistan most People think of) in favour of the Republic of Afghanistan which promoted nationalism islam and many other non communist aspects already by 1987

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  • History of Romania : Countryballs

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    This is the big project that i was working on and the reason of my inactivity. Sorry if some borders and flags are not correct but its because the lack of information and because i was more focused on Romania. Give a like and subscribe to show me you want me to continue what i do.
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    Song(s)/Cantece(le):
    * A Tavern for The Night
    * Prokoiev - The Dance of The Knights
    * Machinimasound - End Game
    * The Medieval Banquet
    * Hearts of Iron 4 - Heavy Water
    * Drum bun, drum bun toba bate! (din filmul Pentru Patrie)
    * Kevin MacLeod ~ Indore
    * Ostasi, va ordon, treceti Prutul! (ordinele conducatorului Antonescu din 1941)
    * De Doi din Caransebes (Constantin Gherghina)
    * Old Romanian Music - Lefita Stefita
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  • The Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices: live session VG Buiten Spelen

    6:33

    The Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices (also known as Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares and The Bulgarian State Television Female Vocal Choir) is a Bulgarian all-female choir that dates back to 1952. Conducted by Dora Hristova, they sing the striking and forceful harmonies of the Bulgarian singing tradition.

    In Buiten Spelen, musicians play live sessions in an uncommon setting: outside. Whether it's in our own garden, on the roof or at the pond, Buiten Spelen gives musicians the freedom to experiment, try new material, play with guest musicians.... or just play some fine music. You can find all the sessions at

    This video was recorded during the Le Guess Who? festival at the Pandhof, Utrecht for VPRO Vrije Geluiden: music program made by the Dutch public broadcast organization VPRO. More music:

  • The mistery of Bulgarian voices

    4:19

    The Bulgarian State Television Female Vocal Choir is an internationally renowned World Music ensemble that blends traditional six-part a cappella repertoire with modern arrangements. It is most recognized under the recording name Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares. First created as the Bulgarian State Radio and Television Female Vocal Choir in Bulgaria in 1952 by Philip Koutev, the father of Bulgarian concert folk music, the choir is now under the direction of Dora Hristova. Koutev also created and conducted the Ensemble of the Bulgarian Republic in 1951.
    Singers are chosen from country villages for the beauty and openness of their voices, and they undergo extensive training in the unique, centuries-old singing style. Influenced by Bulgaria's Thracian and Byzantine history, their music is striking in its use of diaphonic singing and distinctive timbre, as well as its modal scales and dissonant harmonies (abundant second, seventh, and ninth intervals).
    Though the choir became widely known when the trend-setting English alternative record label 4AD released a pair of anthology albums in 1986 and 1988 with the now famous title Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares, their recordings date as far back as 1957. The first pressing of the Voix Bulgares album was the result of fifteen years of work by Swiss ethnomusicologist and producer Marcel Cellier and was originally released in 1975 on his small Discs Cellier label. Ivo Watts-Russell (founder of 4AD) was introduced to the choir from a third or fourth generation audio cassette lent to him by Peter Murphy, singer from the band Bauhaus. He became thoroughly entranced by the music, and tracked down and licensed the recordings from Cellier. The group has since performed extensively around the world to wide acclaim and were honored with a GRAMMY AWARD in 1989 for their second album.

    Three prominent soloists of the group have also performed together as the Trio Bulgarka, notably on the Kate Bush albums The Sensual World and The Red Shoes. The whole ensemble performed with the Italian comedy rock band Elio e Le Storie Tese in the single Pipppero off the album Italyan, rum casusu çikti.

    In 1992, the choir divided into two: one for radio, one for television. Bulgarian television signed a contract with the one half, which is the Bulgarian State Television Female Vocal Choir; the other half organized itself as a collective, and now performs as Angelite - The Bulgarian Voices.

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  • Peoples Republic of Bulgaria National Anthem 1964-1991

    2:22

    Dear Motherland which is also the current national anthem of Bulgaria!

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  • Bulgaria in nutshell

    3:38

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    This is video the Luke Maper

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  • Erdoğan Tükürdüğünu Yalatırıyorlar

    2:51

    İşte dış politikada ki düştüğümüz durum bu. Ne dedi? Bulgaristan'a gelin dedi. Ya ne kadar varsa gelin. İsterse Todor Jivkov da gelsin. Tamam güzel, gelin diyorsun ama bak Ahmet, Mehmet asgari ücrete talim ediyor. Ülke insanı aç. Kadınını satıyor kızını satıyor çalıştırıyor. Sen buna çözüm bulamamışken gelin diyorsun. Bunları nereye yerleştireceksin? Kapıkule de bir anons: muamelesi biten soydaşlarımız istediği yere gidebilir. 780.000 kilometrekare emrinize amadedir. Ve tabi bu insanlar geldi. Kim geldi ? Casus mu değil mi? Ve bir da bakıyorsunuz Ercüment Konukman açıklıyor: Gelenlerin içinde 5 bin casus var. Hey Allah'ım ya Rabbim... Ya bu ne perhiz bu ne lahana turşusu? Bu nasıl bir devlet anlayışı...Ve simdi biz bu insanların oradaki haklarından vazgeçiyoruz. İsteyen istediği yere gider diyoruz nereye geliyoruz? Okul yurtlarını onlara veriyoruz. Okullar açılıyor başınızın çaresine bakın diyoruz. Başının çaresine nasıl bakacak bu insanlar ya. Bursa'nın park bahçelerinde ahlaksızlığa başlıyorlar. Ve simdi geri dönmeye başladılar 300 bini geçince Sayın Özal artik durdurdum diyor. Hani sen hepsini almıştın. Todor Jivkovu da alacaktın. Niye simdi tükürdüğünü yalıyorsun? Yalamıyor efendi yalamıyor dikkat et, tükürdüğünu yalattırıyorlar!

    Recep Tayyip Erdoğan
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  • Michael Jackson - Man in the mirror Dangerous Tour 1992

    6:49

    MICHAEL JOSEPH JACKSON IS BEYOND THE STARS AND THE MOON AND THE RIVERS AND EVEN LIFE. HIS HEART WAS FULL OF JOY AND PEACE AND HARMONY. THERE IS NOT ONE WAY TO DESCRIBE THIS INCREDIBLE HUMAN BEING IN ONE LIFETIME. THE MAN NOT ONLY SHOCKED THE WORLD AND TOUCHED MORE PEOPLE'S HEARTS THAN SECRETS DID WITH HIS HIGHLIGHTS AND DOWNFALLS AS A HUMAN BEING. THE MAN IS OUT OF THIS WORLD AND WAY BEYOND HIS TIME. HIS MUSIC FOR ONE IS ONE OF A KIND AND HIS SKILLS OF DANCING AND DIRECTION ARE BEYOND THE UNIVERSE FOR A SOUL TO OBTAIN IN ONE MIND. HOW HE DID, LORD KNOWS???:::!!!! HIS EMOTIONAL CAPTURE OF HEARTS AND LOVE GIVEN FOR PEACHE AND HUMANITY IS BEYOND THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT TODAY. ONE DAY WE WILL ALL REALIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF THE MESSAGES THAT THIS INCREDIBLE SOUL PORTRAYED. I PERSONALLY WILL MISS HIM AND LOVE HIM VERY MUCH. HE WAS A HUMAN THAT SOUGHT TO CURE ALMOST ANY PAIN FROM ANYONE THAT HE FELT WAS OUT THERE IN THE WORLD. MICHAEL FROM ALL YOUR FANS FROM BUCHAREST WE LOVE YOU MORE THAN LIFE. YOU ARE MY HERO FOREVER. REST IN PEACE FOR AS YOU SAID LOVE LIVES FOREVER. MICHAEL JACKSON THANK YOU FOR YOUR LOVE. WE LOVE YOU FOREVER KING OF POP, THE MOONWALKER, AND THE SILENT KING OF PEACE AND GIVING. YOU WILL BE MISSED MORE THAN YOU WILL EVER KNOW MY HERO

  • Samodivi: The Haunting Beauty of the Balkans

    1:2:43

    The music of Samodivi is inspired by the rhythmic intricacies and the beauty of ​Balkan musical traditions​. Its repertoire includes modern interpretations of old folk songs from the Balkan peninsula, as well as original compositions.

    The ensemble features Bulgarian-born founder and composer (and assistant professor in the Harmony Department) Vessela Stoyanova on marimba, vibraphone, and the MIDI Marimba Lumina. The rest of the instrumentation ranges from the traditional qanun, clarinet, and fiddle to a string quartet, powerful rhythm section, and, on occasion, full Balkan brass band. Weaving in and out of the instrumental pieces are the haunting voices of Burcu Gulec and guest vocalists.


    ​The Balkan region has a tumultuous history, often riddled by war and mistrust among the countries that share it, but the music that came from the people who live there shows a familial bond and a shared culture dating back to antiquity. Embracing the idea of music as a powerful border-defying human connector, the Samodivi ensemble often includes musicians from Bulgaria, Turkey, Greece, Serbia, the U.S., France, Azerbaijan, and Palestine.

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  • Michael Jackson - 1996 Live in Bucharest

    1:58:15

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  • Dzanum - Jano mori

    5:32

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  • Turkey visit Soviet Union Anthems 1978

    2:11

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  • Söngvakeppnin 2010-2020: My Top 50

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    Söngvakeppnin [2010-2020]: My Top 50

    Here's my Top 50 of songs that took part in Söngvakeppnin, Iceland's National Final for the Eurovision Song Contest, since 2010. Enjoy!

    Intro: Roxen - Cherry Red

    I DO NOT OWN ANYTHING, ALL RIGHTS GO TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS!!!

    ALL SONGS
    Albania: Arilena Ara - Fall From The Sky
    Armenia: Athena Manoukian - Chains On You
    Australia: Montaigne - Don't Break Me
    Austria: Vincent Bueno - Alive
    Azerbaijan: Efendi - Cleopatra
    Belarus: VAL - Da Vidna
    Belgium: Hooverphonic - Release Me
    Bulgaria: Victoria - Tears Getting Sober
    Croatia: Damir Kedzo - Divlji Vjetre
    Cyprus: Sandro - Running
    Czech Republic: Benny Cristo - Kemama
    Denmark: Ben & Tan - Yes
    Estonia: Uku Suviste - What Love Is
    Finland: Aksel Kankaanranta - Looking Back
    France: Lom Leeb - The Best Of Me
    Georgia: Tornike Kipiani - Take Me As I Am
    Germany: Ben Dolic - Violent Thing
    Greece: Stefania - Superg!rl
    Iceland: Dadi - Think About Things
    Ireland: Lesley Roy - Story Of My Life
    Israel: Eden Alene - Feker Libi
    Italy: Diodato - Fai Rumore
    Latvia: Samanta Tina - Still Breathing
    Lithuania: The Roop - On Fire
    Malta: Destiny Chukunyere - All Of My Love
    Moldova: Natalia Gordienko - Prison
    The Netherlands: Jeangu Macrooy - Grow
    North Macedonia: Vasil - You
    Norway: Ulrikke Brandstop - Attention
    Poland: Alicja Szemplinska - Empries
    Portugal: Elisa - Medo De Sentir
    Romania: Roxen - Alcohol You
    Russia: Little Big - Uno
    San Marino: Senhit - Freaky!
    Serbia: Hurricane - Hasta La Vista
    Slovenia: Ana Soklic - Voda
    Spain: Blas Cantó - Universo
    Sweden: The Mamas - Move
    Switzerland: Gjon's Tears - Répondez-Moi
    Ukraine: Go_A - Solovey
    United Kingdom: James Newman - My Last Breath

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  • National Anthem of Kingdom of Hungary - Himnusz

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    Himnusz is the official national anthem of Hungary. It was adopted in the 19th century and the first stanza is sung at official ceremonies. The words were written by Ferenc Kölcsey, a nationally renowned poet in 1823, and its currently official musical setting was composed by the romantic composer Ferenc Erkel in 1844, although other less-known musical versions exist. The poem bore the subtitle A magyar nép zivataros századaiból (From the stormy centuries of the Hungarian people); it is often argued that this subtitle – by emphasising past rather than contemporary national troubles – was added expressly to enable the poem to pass Habsburg censorship. The full meaning of the poem's text is evident only to those well acquainted with Hungarian history.
    ●▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ஜ۩MAGYAR۩ஜ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬●
    A Hymnus, a' Magyar nép zivataros századaiból (röviden, mai helyesírással Himnusz) Kölcsey Ferenc költeménye, amely Magyarország alaptörvénybe iktatott állami himnusza. A „Hymnus” a költő legnagyobb hatású verse, 1823-ban a nemzeti újjászületés hajnalán írta szatmárcsekei magányában. A költemény a romantika ismertetőjegyeit hordozza magán és felépítését tekintve keretes szerkezetű.
    A magyarságnak a 19. századig nem volt önálló nemzeti himnusza, mind a katolikusoknak, mind a reformátusoknak saját néphimnuszuk volt. Kölcsey mintegy 30 nyelvre lefordított és Erkel Ferenc által 1844-ben megzenésített, össznemzeti imádsággá váló műve, több próbálkozás után végül 1989-ben került jogszabályi védelem alá, hiszen ekkor lett az alkotmány szövegének a része.

  • Kopinitsa - Trio Mopmu

    5:12

    Live 1/6/08 @ Trio Mopmu @ Anna's Jazz Island, Berkeley, CA

    Ryan Francesconi: Bulgarian Tambura
    Bill Lanphier: Bass
    Bryan Bowman: Drums

  • Heshmat Sanjari Persian Pictures

    24:06

    Heshmat Sanjari, also transcribed as Sandjari (1918 – January 4, 1995) (Persian: حشمت سنجری‎) was a well-known Persian (Iranian) conductor and composer, the son of Hossein Sanjari who was well-known player on tar in Persia
    Heshmat Sanjari studied violin at the Tehran Conservatory of Music under Serge Khotsief and Conducting at the Vienna Music Academy as a pupil of Hans Swarowsky. Claudio Abbado, and Zubin Mehta studied in the same class under Swarowsky. Maestro Sanjari also studied Persian Classical music under Ali-Naqi Vaziri.[2]
    After studying violin at the conservatory, Sanjari was the conductor of Tehran Conservatory Students Orchestra and the director of the Conservatory for a short time in 1951. from 1960 until 1971 he was the permanent conductor of the Tehran Symphony Orchestra, the longest in the history of orchestra.[1] many notable musicians like Yehudi Menuhin and Isaac Stern played with the orchestra, with him as the conductor.[3]
    As a guest conductor he conducted the National Iranian Radio and Television Chamber Orchestra and several European orchestras.
    He composed the works Persian Pictures [تابلوهای ایرانی] (in 5 movements) and Niayesh (Praise) for choir and orchestra. The former is regarded by some as a masterpiece of contemporary Persian symphonic music. Both works have been recorded by Manuchehr Sahbai in Bulgaria with Plovdiv Philharmonic Orchestra.
    After the 1979 Iranian revolution, the new government look to music as a promotion of western culture, against Islamic values,[1] so Sanjari and orchestra played only a few concerts in 10 years after revolution, the pressure of this new situation made him seriously sick in 1989 and after 5 years he died on January 4, 1995.[1]

  • Best songs from every country in the Eurovision song contest 1956-2016

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    This is my own opinion, of which songs from each country are the best, in the Eurovision song contest. Of 52 countries that has competed in the competition, 51 are in this video. Morocco is not in it because I didn't like their only participant song that much. I take no credit for any of these songs! Here is a playlist of all songs:

    Approximate times:
    Belgium: 00.08 Denmark: 00.19 France: 00.32 Italy: 00.47 Luxembourg: 01.02 Monaco: 01.15 The Netherlands: 01.30 Switzerland: 01.42 United Kingdom: 01.57 Sweden: 02.13 Germany: 02.28 Austria: 02.44 Finland: 03.00 Ireland: 03.14 Yugoslavia: 03.31 Norway: 03.45 Portugal: 04.03 Spain: 04.20 Greece: 04.34 Israel: 04.50 Malta: 05.07 Turkey: 05.25 Cyprus: 05.42 Iceland: 05.57 Bosnia & Herzegovina: 06.21 Estonia: 06.42 Croatia: 07.01 Lithuania: 07.21 F.Y.R. Macedonia: 07.36 Poland: 07.51 Romania: 08.07 Russia: 08.22 Slovakia: 08.45 Slovenia: 09.01 Hungary: 09.20 Albania: 09.38 Andorra: 09.58 Armenia: 10.11 Azerbaijan: 10.28 Bulgaria: 10.45 Georgia: 11.05 Moldova: 11.24 Montenegro: 11.45 San Marino: 12.04 Serbia: 12.19 Serbia & Montenegro: 12.44 Czech Republic: 13.04 Ukraine: 13.21 Belarus: 13.39 Australia: 13.54 Latvia: 14.20

  • Foner 23 I Cold War

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  • La Historia de Ian Gillan: Naked Thunder/Toolbox

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    Breve resumen de las actividades de Ian Gillan entre los años 1989 y 1992, período en el que estuvo despedido de Deep Purple.
    No poseo derechos de copyright.
    #deeppurple #deeppurplemk2 #deeppurplebiography #deeppurplebiografia #deeppurplehistoria #ritchieblackmorebiography #ritchieblackmorebiografia #iangillanbiography #iangillanbiografia

  • National Anthem: Turkey - İstiklâl Marşı *NEW VERSION*

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    The İstiklâl Marşı (English: Independence March) is the national anthem of the Republic of Turkey, officially adopted on 12 March 1921 —two-and-a-half years before the 29 October 1923 establishment of the nation— both as a motivational musical saga for the troops fighting in the Turkish War of Independence, and as an aspirational anthem for a Republic that was yet to be established.

    Penned by Mehmet Âkif Ersoy, and ultimately composed by Osman Zeki Üngör, the theme is one of affection for the Turkish homeland, freedom, and faith, as well as praise for the virtues of hope, devotion, and sacrifice in the pursuit of liberty, all explored through visual, tactile, and kinesthetic imagery as these concepts relate to the flag, the human spirit, and the soil of the homeland. The original manuscript by Ersoy carries the dedication Kahraman Ordumuza – To our Heroic Army, in reference to the people's army that ultimately won the Turkish War of Independence, with lyrics that reflect on the sacrifices of the soldiers during the war.

    The anthem is regularly heard during state and military events, as well as during national festivals, bayrams, sporting events, and school ceremonies. Visual depictions can also be found adorning state or public displays, such as in the form of a scroll displaying the first two quatrains of the anthem on the reverse of the Turkish 100 lira banknotes of 1983–1989

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  • EUROVISION TOP 10 MOST SUCCESSFUL WINNERS ALL TIME

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    All of these songs were a huge gimmic in media that time, they had a huge career after Eurovision or were just outstanding.
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  • Conway Historical Society - December 10. 2019: On The Other Side of the Wall

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  • Мачовете на ЦСКА с Nottingham Forest

    2:53

    На 01.10.2013г се навършват 33 години от славната победа на ЦСКА срещу тогавашният действащ двукратен европейски шампион-Нотингам Форест.

    17.09.1980г. в София ЦСКА-Nottingham Forest 1:0 /гол на Йончев 70 мин./

    01.10.1980г. в Англия Nottingham Forest-ЦСКА 0:1 /гол на Керимов 33 мин./

  • The Yamashita System pt1

    57:01

  • Bulgaria 1990

    35:02

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    Bulgaria 1990 · M. L. Endicott

    From the Balkans to the Baltics by Bike, 1989-1991 (AudioBook)

    ℗ 2010 M. L. Endicott

    Released on: 2010-12-15

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  • Asia - Access All Areas Live In Moscow

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    Access All Areas is Demon Music Group’s superb new mid-price range featuring a wide array of the world’s biggest and most influential recording artists delivering full length, hit packed live sets from their prime 70s, 80s & 90s eras. The concerts were originally recorded for broadcast on ITV and released here for the first time, a catalogue housing the most superb live recordings in the artists’ history. 

    Two worlds collided when, in 1990, Asia – the British supergroup consisting of founder members John Wetton, Geoff Downes and Carl Palmer with guest American guitarist Pat Thrall – played two nights in Moscow’s imposing Olympic Stadium. It was an experience performers and audience alike would long remember. ‘Heat Of The Moment’, their biggest ever 45, ended a hit-packed show that made music history, while ‘Prayin’ 4 A Miracle’, its video shot in the shadow of the Kremlin, is a notable bonus. 

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  • Dimitar Nenov Miniatures Lyuba Encheva

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    DIMITAR NENOV (1901 — 1953) - MINIATURES for piano (1945) - Prelude, Melodie (Song), Staccato, Pastorale, Musette (Bagpipe)
    Performed by unique Bulgarian pianist and pedagogue Prof. LYUBA ENCHEVA (1914 - 1989)

    Dimitar Nenov was a famous Bulgarian composer and pianist, music pegagogue, publicist, architect. One of the major figures of the second generation of Bulgarian composers, as well as one of the creators of the Bulgarian national music style. He studied piano privately with A. Stoyanov (1919-1920).
    Between 1920 and 1927 he studied architecture at the Technische Hochschule in Dresden, took a doctorate in art history and attended the Dresden Conservatory where he studied the piano with Karl Fehling and theory with Theodor Blumer and Paul Bitner. From 1927 to 1930 he worked in Bulgaria as an architect. After further studies in Zakopane (Poland) with the pianist Egon Petri (Italy, 1931) and receiving a diploma in Bologna (1932) he embarked on a career in music. He was founder and director of the music section at Sofia radio (1935-7), for which he made a number of folk song arrangements, and from 1937 was professor at the State Academy of Music. A co-founder of the Bulgarian Composers Society (1933), in the 1930s he took part in the debate on the Bulgarian national style, and in furtherance of this published several articles.
    Nenov was a gifted pianist and interpreter of Beethoven, Liszt and Skryabin. A successor to the Liszt-Busoni-Petri tradition, he developed the contemporary approach towards playing that combined artistry with great technical skill. As a composer, he was an outstanding representative of the Bulgarian school. The originality of his work is apparent in miniatures as well as the symphonic works, which contain complex musical ideas and an impressive dramatic quality. The Romantic expression and moments of ecstasy, for example in Vazhdeleniye (Aspiration) and Kopnezh (Desire), betray the influence of Skryabin. An integral style is reached in works which draw on the melodic and rhythmic characteristics of archaic Bulgarian folk music. In the symphonic works, the folk influence is evident in the way melodies are constructed; in the use of variation as a principle of development; and in his choice of modes, many of which are symmetrically formed and bear resemblance to the octatonic scale. His rich, sumptuous musical language relies on a functional type of harmony based on modes, while his masterful orchestrations frequently call for large wind sections and a number of unusual percussion instruments. His greatest achievements are the Piano Concerto and Rapsodichna fantazia.

    Lyuba Encheva - immediate, responsive to colleagues and friends with gushing wit, impulsive - so the image is saved in my memory. Sounds like its organ built Bach's works as a kite Gothic cathedrals. Sounds like Mozart in gentle radiant pages recollection. How Lyuba 'painting' Debussy! As crispy and air, seeped with light landscapes of Claude Monet. As evasive trembling in Sisley. It dispersal of fireworks painterly canvas of Vato in 'Islands of Joy 'of Debussy. The sultry sun and unadulterated joy in emotional 'Dance of Fire' from De Falla! For us Lyuba was a benchmark intimate interpreter. Our teacher. - Prof. Lilyana Antova

  • Asia 1989_GO

    4:30

    Asia live in Cologne 1989, John Wetton, Carl Palmer, John Young, Holger Larisch, Suzie Webb, Zoe Nicholas
    The VHS tape of that show was given to me during a Scaem Luiz tour some years later - thx ;-)
    I had about 10 days to learn all songs. Followed by a short rehearsel in the UK. That time east and west Germany came together after many years - so we were just in time...
    After I read the comments on the Go/Don`t cry Video on wetton82`s channel i decided to upload these videos, hope you`ll enjoy
    P.S. There is a double live cd bootleg out from the first show of the tour - Asia live in Rastatt Garage - if someone got this I would love to get a copy

  • American Song Contest - Trailer

    2:00

    #ESC #AmericanSongContest #TheStoryOfFireSaga #JESC #USA #Eurovision
    The 'Eurovision Song Contest' is the largest ongoing live music event in the world (since 1956) with almost 200 million TV-viewers each year. Now it is planned that this great show will come to the U.S. in 2021 - under the name American Song Contest. It will be a mixture of the Swedish Melodifestivalen and the original Eurovision. The 50 States will compete for the win.

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  • Eurovision Top 250

    2:00

    My votes/my top 10 for #ESC250 in 2019.

    ◤ Songs in the video ◢
    ▪️ Shiri Maimon – Hasheket Shenishar (Israel 2005)
    ▪️ Flor-de-lis – Todas as ruas do amor (Portugal 2009)
    ▪️ Softengine – Something Better (Finland 2014)
    ▪️ Gabriela Guncikova – I Stand (Czechia 2016)
    ▪️ Madame Monsieur – Mercy (France 2018)
    ▪️ Duncan Laurence – Arcade (Netherlands 2019)
    ▪️ Kristina Hautala – Kun kello kay (Finland 1968)
    ▪️ Maria Guinot – Silencio e tanta gente (Portugal 1984)
    ▪️ Nina – Nacida para amar (Spain 1989)
    ▪️ Kasia Kowalska – Chce znac swoj grzech (Poland 1996)

    ◤ Honorable mentions (random order) ◢
    ▪️ A Friend in London – New Tomorrow (Denmark 2011)
    ▪️ Getter Jaani – Rockefeller Street (Estonia 2011)
    ▪️ ZOE – Loin d’ici (Austria 2016)
    ▪️ Zala Kralj & Gasper Santl – Sebi (Slovenia 2019)
    ▪️ Margot Eskens – Die Zeiger der Uhr (Germany 1966)
    ▪️ Salome – Vivo cantando (Spain 1969)
    ▪️ Karina – En un mundo nuevo (Spain 1971)
    ▪️ Sandie Jones – Ceol an Ghra (Ireland 1972)
    ▪️ Maarja-Liis Ilus & Ivo Linna – Kaelakee haal (Estonia 1996)
    ▪️ Jalisse – Fiumi di Parole (Italy 1997)
    ▪️ Anne Marie David – Tu te reconnaitras (Luxembourg 1973)
    ▪️ Ilanit – Ey sham (Israel 1973)
    ▪️ Ellen Nikolaysen – Touch My Life (With Summer) (Norway 1975)
    ▪️ Corinne Hermes – Si la vie est cadeau (Luxembourg 1983)
    ▪️ Michelle – Wer liebe lebt (Germany 2001)
    ▪️ Nina Zilli – L’amore e femmina (Italy 2012)
    ▪️ Mariya Yaremchuk – Tick Tock (Ukraine 2014)
    ▪️ Molly – Children of the Universe (UK 2014)
    ▪️ Polina Gagarina – A Million Voices (Russia 2015)
    ▪️ Eye Cue – Lost and Found (Macedonia 2018)
    ▪️ Raphael – Yo soy aquel (Spain 1966)
    ▪️ Paula Seling & Ovi – Playing with Fire (Romania 2010)
    ▪️ Filipa Azevedo – Ha dias assim (Portugal 2010)
    ▪️ Nina Sublatti – Warrior (Georgia 2015)
    ▪️ Nadine Beiler – The Secret is Love (Austria 2011)

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  • BalkaNova ”Sednalo e djore dos”

    6:02

    BalkaNova @ Jazzclub Schlot 26.01.2018. ”Sednalo e djore dos” (trad. Bulg. / arr. BalkaNova)
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    BalkaNova | Berlin . Sofia | Balkan folk & World Jazz
    Viktoria Lasaroff (Bulgaria) Vocal, Accordion, Percussion / Andreas Brunn (Germany) 7 string acoustic guitar | Horst Nonnenmacher (Germany) Doublebass | Special guest: Vladimir Karparov (BG) soprano saxophon

    Thanks for the great work of the Jazzclub Schlot team! And thanks Joe Weinberg for the great video!

    BalkaNova played as part of Dürener Jazztage with the Bulgarian Star Stoyan Yankoulov. The Ensemble released their Debut CD Heart Beats at JARO MEDIEN: Stoyan Yankoulov also plazyed on this album. BalkaNova peformed to great acclaim at the MALAGA JAZZFESTIVAL.
    BalkaNova at MALAGA JAZZFESTIVAL
    Published at Modernícolas (Department of Culture and Leisure, Malaga)
    “ … BALKANOVA, THE VOICE OF THE BALKANS … The extraordinary range of Victoria Lasaroff’s voice has to the power to fill your eyes with tears, hold you still, and leave you wanting more. The BalkaNova trio, with Horst Nonnenmacher on the double-bass and Andreas Brunn on the seven-string acoustic guitar, shows us the history and legends of the Balkans, taking shape in beautiful songs in a unique way, perfectly done without error. …
    It was a night of anecdotes and jazz, of stories, legends and magic. One hour to enjoy one of the best european jazz voices, to appreciate genuine professionals who are more than just a name, offering a particular original product instead of commercializing themselves and losing their essence. Yesterday, this Balkan trio made us all smile from the heart.” Lily Sánchez

  • The death of Live Music – Eurovision 2019

    5:30

    20 years ago live music has been banned from the Eurovision Song Contest. Should it be brought back?

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  • PSG 1974, La montée.

    40:21

    Reportage sur la saison 1973/74 à l'issue de laquelle le PSG monta en 1ére division.

  • Penka Kouneva - The Woman Astronaut Orchestral Album - Behind The Scenes

    3:40

    Website:
    Hear more of Penka's music at:
    “…one is immediately seduced by her beautiful melodies. There’s something unique happening here. Listen. Now.”
    Christopher Young
    Golden Globe-nominated composer
    Spider-Man 3, Ghost Rider

    “… Melodic, contemporary and wondrous.… A luminous and inviting work ...”
    John Debney
    Oscar, BAFTA-nominated and Emmy-winning composer,
    The Passion of the Christ, Iron Man 2

    “… Not only cinematically but musically Penka knocked it out of the park.”
    Patrick Williams
    Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning composer

    “… beautiful, majestic, and haunting from top to bottom …”
    Brian Tyler
    Emmy & BAFTA-nominated Composer,
    Iron Man 3, Fast Five, Furious 7, The Expendables

    “Absolutely stunning. Breath-taking, beautiful, soulful, and the melodically soaring.”
    Nathan Barr
    Emmy-nominated composer, True Blood, The Americans


    “Penka Kouneva is indeed forging new ground: beautiful, tuneful, heroic, driving, suspenseful and timeless.”
    Laura Karpman
    2 times Emmy-winning composer
    Kinect Disneyland Adventures, EverQuest


    Film & game composer of “exquisite talent” (Prince of Persia: Forgotten Sands game co-composed with Steve Jablonsky), Penka has worked for 15 years in Los Angeles on titles grossing $15 billion world-wide. Her own music is a blend of her Eastern-European upbringing, classical training, modern film & game music, and influences ranging from rock, electronica, Medieval chant to non-Western music. She has made Hollywood history (first woman Lead Orchestrator on films with budget over $100M - Ender’s Game and Elysium). And just like the great Shirley Walker, Penka is a mentor who has nurtured the careers of many.

    Notable collaborations: with the celebrity composers Hans Zimmer (orchestrator: Pirates 3, Angels and Demons), Steve Jablonsky (Transformers franchise, Gears of War 2, 3), with Neal Acree for Blizzard Entertainment (orchestrator: World of Warcraft, StarCraft II, Diablo III franchises), and for SCEA (Lead orchestrator on Bloodborne). A Sundance Institute Composer Fellow, Penka has scored dozens of independent features (Midnight Movie, Primrose Lane), television shows (Forensic Files, Modern Marvels) and video games (H-Hour: World’s Elite, Rollers of the Realm, Hades, IronKill, additional music on Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen game). Penka has composed two concept albums in cinematic orchestral-electronica style, A Warrior’s Odyssey (2012, available from Howlin’ Wolf) and The Woman Astronaut (released on Varése Sarabande in 2015). Like a great musical storyteller, her music carries the listener forth on an emotional wave, with soaring themes, innovative orchestral and digital textures, and primal percussion.

    Penka was born and raised in Sofia, Bulgaria, received classical training in piano and theory, and began composing incidental music for kids’ theater at the age of 12. In 1990 she ventured out of Bulgaria with a Duke University composition fellowship and $130 in her pocket. In 1997, she made history at Duke by receiving the first-ever Doctorate in Composition from this distinguished institution. At Duke, she studied with the celebrated orchestral composers Stephen Jaffe, Scott Lindroth and with the Dutch postmodern minimalist Louis Andriessen. During the 90's Penka enjoyed success as a concert composer. In 1999, she began her career in Los Angeles as the orchestrator for Emmy-winning composer Patrick Williams. Later that year, Cliff Eidelman gave Kouneva her first scoring break, the AFI thesis short Shadows directed by Mitch Levine.

    Penka has since been honored with the Aaron Copland Award, SUNDANCE Composer Fellowship; Hollywood Music In Media Awards, Square Enix Music Online nomination, Independent Music Award; two Ovation Awards, The Visionary Award from Women’s International Film & TV Showcase, GRAND PRIX at the Tokyo Young Composers Competition, Meet the Composer Award, and numerous Artist Fellowships.

    Penka is on the Advisory Boards for Game Developers Conference (GDC), Sundance Institute, and Mentor for NARAS (Grammy®). As an industry leader and groundbreaking artist, she is a frequent speaker at GDC, Game Sound Con, CalArts, Berklee, Musicians Institute, Duke, Columbia College, Society of Composers and Lyricists and numerous schools, game conferences and events. As a role model and passionate advocate for artists’ growth, advancement of women composers and gender parity, Penka is featured on MPR, film and video game press.

  • Penka Kouneva The Woman Astronaut Behind-The-Scenes

    9:38

    Website:
    Hear more of Penka's music at:
    “…one is immediately seduced by her beautiful melodies. There’s something unique happening here. Listen. Now.”
    Christopher Young
    Golden Globe-nominated composer
    Spider-Man 3, Ghost Rider

    “… Melodic, contemporary and wondrous.… A luminous and inviting work ...”
    John Debney
    Oscar, BAFTA-nominated and Emmy-winning composer,
    The Passion of the Christ, Iron Man 2

    “… Not only cinematically but musically Penka knocked it out of the park.”
    Patrick Williams
    Oscar-nominated and Emmy-winning composer

    “… beautiful, majestic, and haunting from top to bottom …”
    Brian Tyler
    Emmy & BAFTA-nominated Composer,
    Iron Man 3, Fast Five, Furious 7, The Expendables

    “Absolutely stunning. Breath-taking, beautiful, soulful, and the melodically soaring.”
    Nathan Barr
    Emmy-nominated composer, True Blood, The Americans


    “Penka Kouneva is indeed forging new ground: beautiful, tuneful, heroic, driving, suspenseful and timeless.”
    Laura Karpman
    2 times Emmy-winning composer
    Kinect Disneyland Adventures, EverQuest


    Film & game composer of “exquisite talent” (Prince of Persia: Forgotten Sands game co-composed with Steve Jablonsky), Penka has worked for 15 years in Los Angeles on titles grossing $15 billion world-wide. Her own music is a blend of her Eastern-European upbringing, classical training, modern film & game music, and influences ranging from rock, electronica, Medieval chant to non-Western music. She has made Hollywood history (first woman Lead Orchestrator on films with budget over $100M - Ender’s Game and Elysium). And just like the great Shirley Walker, Penka is a mentor who has nurtured the careers of many.

    Notable collaborations: with the celebrity composers Hans Zimmer (orchestrator: Pirates 3, Angels and Demons), Steve Jablonsky (Transformers franchise, Gears of War 2, 3), with Neal Acree for Blizzard Entertainment (orchestrator: World of Warcraft, StarCraft II, Diablo III franchises), and for SCEA (Lead orchestrator on Bloodborne). A Sundance Institute Composer Fellow, Penka has scored dozens of independent features (Midnight Movie, Primrose Lane), television shows (Forensic Files, Modern Marvels) and video games (H-Hour: World’s Elite, Rollers of the Realm, Hades, IronKill, additional music on Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen game). Penka has composed two concept albums in cinematic orchestral-electronica style, A Warrior’s Odyssey (2012, available from Howlin’ Wolf) and The Woman Astronaut (released on Varése Sarabande in 2015). Like a great musical storyteller, her music carries the listener forth on an emotional wave, with soaring themes, innovative orchestral and digital textures, and primal percussion.

    Penka was born and raised in Sofia, Bulgaria, received classical training in piano and theory, and began composing incidental music for kids’ theater at the age of 12. In 1990 she ventured out of Bulgaria with a Duke University composition fellowship and $130 in her pocket. In 1997, she made history at Duke by receiving the first-ever Doctorate in Composition from this distinguished institution. At Duke, she studied with the celebrated orchestral composers Stephen Jaffe, Scott Lindroth and with the Dutch postmodern minimalist Louis Andriessen. During the 90's Penka enjoyed success as a concert composer. In 1999, she began her career in Los Angeles as the orchestrator for Emmy-winning composer Patrick Williams. Later that year, Cliff Eidelman gave Kouneva her first scoring break, the AFI thesis short Shadows directed by Mitch Levine.

    Penka has since been honored with the Aaron Copland Award, SUNDANCE Composer Fellowship; Hollywood Music In Media Awards, Square Enix Music Online nomination, Independent Music Award; two Ovation Awards, The Visionary Award from Women’s International Film & TV Showcase, GRAND PRIX at the Tokyo Young Composers Competition, Meet the Composer Award, and numerous Artist Fellowships.

    Penka is on the Advisory Boards for Game Developers Conference (GDC), Sundance Institute, and Mentor for NARAS (Grammy®). As an industry leader and groundbreaking artist, she is a frequent speaker at GDC, Game Sound Con, CalArts, Berklee, Musicians Institute, Duke, Columbia College, Society of Composers and Lyricists and numerous schools, game conferences and events. As a role model and passionate advocate for artists’ growth, advancement of women composers and gender parity, Penka is featured on MPR, film and video game press.

  • RUSSE JAZZ SYNDICATE - Human Nature

    4:00

    23.05.2020, Ruse, Bulgaria / Video: Peter Stamenkov

  • Boldogasszony Anyánk - Old Hungarian anthem on bagpipe

    1:55

    This is a performance of the old Marian hymn Boldogasszony anyánk (O Mary Our Mother). Boldogasszony (happy/blessed lady) is an old title for Mary. This tune, with a variety of verses (usually seven), was the Hungarian national anthem for a number of years. One of the most popular sets of verses can be found at on the Internet.

    The pipe I am playing was made by Botond Bese, a young pipe maker in Budapest. This slow hymn is useful for showing some of the features of the typical bagpipe of northern and eastern Hungary.

    The first of these features is the flea hole, the top hole on the front of the pipe. Smaller in diameter and deeper (it is bored into a thick part of the melody pipe) than the other finger holes, when uncovered it raises the pitch of the pipe by a half step, giving almost fully chromatic possibilities on the pipe. While the natural scale of these pipes is a major (ionian) scale minus the seventh degree (as can be seen on Slovak pipes and pipes from the west of Hungary), the flea hole allows this tune in the dorian (natural minor) mode to be played on the pipes and also allows a mixolydian scale to be played. The flea hole is also used in some instances to provide a trilled/tremolo ornamentation on sustained notes.

    The second feature is the contra pipe, a second pipe in the chanter that lies parallel to the main melody pipe. This pipe has a single finger hole and sounds either the tonic (when the hole is uncovered) or the dominant below the tonic (when the hole is covered). In faster pieces the contra is used for rhythmic effect, but in this slower piece I use it for a more harmonic effect.

    Neither of these features is unique to the typical Hungarian bagpipe, but it is unique in combining both features in one bagpipe. The contra, in various forms, is found on all of the major types of bagpipes in the Carpathian Basin (there are a number of types). The flea hole is found on bagpipes in Bulgaria and Macedonia, although the construction is different (those pipes use a feather quill bushing in the finger hole to obtain the necessary depth). One of the open questions in scholarship about bagpipes is whether the Hungarian and Bulgarian/Macedonian flea hole share a common ancestry or were independent inventions.

    For more videos of a variety of Carpathian Basin bagpipes, I suggest viewing videos at posted by Miklos Németh. (He has videos of Western European pipes as well.)

    Finally, please excuse the shaking at various points in the video. My 22-month-old daughter decided that shaking the tripod would be a good idea.

    (Finally, I regret it, but I've had to turn on content moderation. Some folks apparently can't understand that this video is about a bagpipe. If your only comments are about how great or how bad you think Hungarians are, save yourself the trouble of typing it and go join a flame war somewhere else, because I won't approve it.)

    Megint, sajat kommenteimet nem fogadja el a YouTube. Azért itt kell írnom:

    ocsi00, nezz ide: Ez a magyar srac sok információt ad a YouTube csatornáján. De itt is pontos kérdésekre szívesen valaszolnék. Ha angolol is tudsz, üzenetet küldj és egy tudományos cikket küldhetek.

  • Rechni noti-Tutrakan-Bulgaria-4

    3:59

    Edin chudesen mejdunaroden festval-Tutrakan-Bulgaria

  • My Top 10 Eurovision Winners 1990 - 1999

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    ALL THE WINNERS:

    1990 - Italy: Toto Cutugno - Insieme: 1992
    1991 - Sweden: Carola - Fångad av en stormvind
    1992 - Ireland: Linda Martin - Why me?
    1993 - Ireland: Niamh Kavanagh - In your eyes
    1994 - Ireland: Paul Harrington & Charlie McGettigan - Rock 'n' roll kids
    1995 - Norway: Secret Garden – Nocturne
    1996 - Ireland: Eimear Quinn - The voice
    1997 - United Kingdom: Katrina & The Waves - Love shine a light
    1998 - Israel: Dana International – Diva
    1999 - Sweden: Charlotte Nilsson - Take me to your heaven

    2000 - Denmark: The Olsen Brothers - Fly on the wings of love
    2001 - Estonia: Tanel Padar & Dave Benton – Everybody
    2002 - Latvia: Marie N - I wanna
    2003 - Turkey: Sertab Erener - Everyway that I can
    2004 - Ukraine: Ruslana - Wild Dances
    2005 - Greece: Helena Paparizou - My Number One
    2006 - Finland: Lordi - Hard Rock Hallelujah
    2007 - Serbia: Marija Šerifović – Molitva
    2008 - Russia: Dima Bilan – Believe
    2009 - Norway: Alexander Rybak – Fairytale
    2010 - Germany: Lena - Satellite
    2011 - Azerbaijan: Ell & Nikki - Running Scared
    2012 - Sweden: Loreen – Euphoria
    2013 - Denmark: Emmelie De Forest - Only Teardrops
    2014 - Austria: Conchita Wurst - Rise Like a Phoenix
    2015 - Sweden: Måns Zelmerlöw - Heroes
    2016 - Ukraine: Jamala - 1944

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  • Marauder Face The Mirror -Full Album-

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    Type: Full-length
    Release date: March 6th, 2008
    Label: Heart of Steel Records
    Genre: Epic Heavy/Power Metal
    Lyrical themes: Life, Metal, History, Heroes

    Tracklist:

    1. Who Am I? 00:00
    2. I Am (the One) 01:16
    3. Face the Mirror 06:10
    4. Hearts Made of Steele 10:13
    5. Nemesis 15:41
    6. Born to Rock 20:56
    7. Naya 26:15
    8. Dark Riders 30:01
    9. The End of a Madman 36:42
    10. Faraway 40:38
    11. The Beast Is on the Highway 44:54
    12. Until We Fall 49:27

    LineUp:

    Thodoris Paralis: Bass
    Gregory Vlachos: Drums
    Andreas Tsaoussis: Guitars, Vocals (choirs) (on tracks 1, 12)
    George Sofronas: Guitars
    Alexandros Kostarakos: Vocals

    All rights belongs to Marauder!! I don't have any gain with this upload, if you like the music, please.. support the band... BUYING THE ALBUM!!!! Thanks Metalheads of all around the world!!

  • Thomas Anders - China In Her Eyes

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    Thomas Anders - China In Her Eyes (Live at Donauinselfest in Vienna, Austria 25.06.2010)
    #ThomasAnders #ModernTalking #DieterBohlen


  • AngelShredder - Desecration,Ressurection,Revolution!

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    Hark Hark!
    Track three off of AngelShredders first offering, their The Unholy Division... demo. A young war forging duo from NJ.

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  • Europa dhe Amerika pas ngjarjeve të 1848-ës

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    Histori 7
    Adriana Minaj

  • Final countdown to Eurovision battle royale

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    Performers from 25 countries will rock Moscows Olimpiysky Stadium in the Eurovision final on Saturday evening. Hundreds of millions worldwide are expected to tune in to watch the most expensive final in its history.

  • Snježana Naumovska - Ostani tu

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    Snježana Naumovska - Ostani tu (Live @ Jugovizija 1986)
    Music & Arrangement: Aleksandar Saša Tamindžić.
    Lyrics: M. Tamindžić.
    Audio (C) RTV Titograd 1986

    The Ostani tu song was offered to Jasna Zlokić, but she refused it. At the last minute Snježana Naumovska accepted it, and finished joint 8th (with Neda Ukraden).

    The Yugoslav finals for the Eurovision Song Contest 1986 were held on March 7th at the 'Boro i Ramiz' Hall in Pristina, hosted by Enver Petrovci. The winning song was chosen from a selection of 16 songs, by the votes of 8 regional juries. Each TV studio competed with 2 songs.

    Snježana Naumovska is a Croatian singer of Macedonian origins (born in Bitola), who prior to her debut on the Yugoslav festival scene at Zagrebfest 1983, participated and was awarded at the international music festivals Dresden, East Germany and Golden Orpheus, Bulgaria. She was also a member of groups More and Grešnici. He breakthrough came at Split Song Festival 1984 where she sang K vragu sve and Samo ti in duet with Đorđi Peruzović. Samo ti won the Jury Award and Snježana was awarded Best Debut Award for both her acts. She wins Second Audience Award at Zagrebfest 1984 with Majčina ruka written by the famous composer Đelo Jusić with whom she worked on her album Što znamo mi o ljubavi released at the end on 1984. She rounds up the successful year with Ne, nisi kriv on Mesam 1984 in Belgrade, written by Daniel Popović.

    Snježana continues her collaboration with Đelo on Split 1985, where she is Awarded by FIDOF (International Federation of Festival Organizations) for Sinoć sam htjela followed by her controversial win of Zagrebfest 1985 with Probudi se (by Đelo Jusić) that triggered a real furore. The loudest, as always, was Tereza Kesovija (who was not in good relations with her former composer Đelo Jusić at that time). It was thought that Magazin (Piši mi, Second Prize) should have won and the organizers considered taking away the award from Snježana and Đelo, but that never happened. Epilogue: The scandal launched Magazin into stardom and ruined the career of one talented singer - Snježana Naumovska. Soon after, she broke up the contract with her management Koncertna direkcija Zagreb and Đelo Jusić. In 1986 she was competing at the Yugoslav pre-selection for Eurovision Song Contest in Priština, as a stand in for Jasna Zlokić, who gave up shortly before the contest. Snježana sang Ostani tu and finished joint 8th (with Neda Ukraden). The last I saw from her was at Makfest Song Festival 1986 in Štip, Macedonia where she sang Godini po red. She gave us around 20 songs, and you can find the most of them on my youtube channel.

  • Sandra in concert la Piatra Neamt

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  • The Art Barge - Artists Speak - Donald Lipski - 7/19/17

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    ARTISTS SPEAK : DONALD LIPSKI

    Filmed on on July 19, 2017

    Moderaor: Andrea Grover

    The Victor D’Amico Institute of Art is honored to host a conversation with renowned sculptor Donald Lipski on July 19th at 6pm. Lipski will be the second guest in The Art Barge’s 2017 Artists Speak series.

    Donald Lipski is a sculptor known for his poetic combining and altering of existing things, for his enigmatic installation works and, in the last twenty years, for his compelling public sculptures. His work is in the collections of dozens of major museums. He lived in Sag Harbor for a decade, and has spent his summers in Amagansett for the last 29 years.

  • Crimea Music Kırım Krim Crimea Крым 7 - Uç Karanfil - Biz Kırımçaklarımız

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    Biz Kırımçaklarımız - Kırımçak Kızı Anara

    KRYMCHAKS

    Krymchaks (The Krymchak people) are a small community within the Crimean population that developed on ethnic-religious basis in the medieval period of the history of the Crimean peninsula. The ethnonym (self-name) Kyrmchak was fixed by the official documents of the Russian Empire in the mid-nineteenth century.
    Before the establishment of the Soviet power in the Crimean territory, the Krymchaks confessed Orthodox Judaism according to specific Krymchak ritual of praying which was finally shaped in the late fifteenth - early sixteenth century.
    The Kyrmchaks used their own spoken language of the same name (the Kyrmchaks themselves called it Chagatay) up to the mid-twentieth century. This language belongs to the first group of Turkic languages. Nowadays the most Krymchaks speak Russian.
    When the Russian colonization of the Crimea started, the Krymchaks lived in a few places in the peninsula. Their most important centre was Karasubazar (present Belogorsk), to which the Kyrmchak community moved from Solkhat (present Staryy Krym) and Caffa (present Feodosiya) in the late fifteenth - early sixteenth century. In Karasubazar the Krymchaks were united by a community, cemaat, and lived on the compact outskirts -- guidebook Krym (published in the 1914) called that part of the city the Krymchak side. Their most important occupations were craft, trade, and farming with gardening and viticulture.
    One can only guess the number of the Krymchaks by 1783 due to baron Igelstorm´s account indicates the Krymchaks and Karaims as Jews because they confessed Judaism; according to that account, in both communities there were 1,407 persons of male sex.
    According to the population censuses the number of the Krymchaks was; in 1897 -- 4.500 persons; in 1913 -- ca. 7,000 persons; in 1926 -- 6,400 persons; in 1959 -- ca. 2,000 persons; in 1970 -- 1,900 persons; in 1979 -- 1,800 persons; in 1989 -- 1,448 persons. In 1989 there were 604 Krymchaks living on the territory of the Crimea; in 2002 there were only 281.
    After taking out Russian citizenship, the Krymchaks suffered discriminative policy as those who confessed Judaism. As a result of that, members of the Krymchak community became impoverished and their culture become debased. The Krymchaks were practically excluded from the Political and cultural life of Russia throughout the nineteenth and the first decades of the twentieth century.
    In the years of the Second World War the Nazis organized genocide of the Krymchaks in the Crimea: they killed more than 80% of the whole ethnos.
    Occupation of Crimea by German fascists has lead to the genocide of Krymchaks as adherents of orthodox Judaism.
    From the end of Second World War to the late 1980s official power´s attitude towards the Krymchaks was dictated by Stalin´s national policy (outlined yet in the late 1930s). From the late 1940s onwards the USSR authorities stopped to give the most Krymchaks passports indicating their nation. This policy undoubtedly resulted in the ethnic consolidation of the Krymchaks and contributed to the appearance of the leaders who can raise and solve questions related to preservation of the national specificity of their people.
    Their numbers' estimates range from 1 500 to 2 700 with the most often accepted count of 1 500 of which about 200 live in Crimea (Ukraine), 160 in Russia, 1 000 in Israel and the rest in Uzbekistan, Georgia, United States, Turkey, Germany and Poland.

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  • Lordenn from The Phillipines - Pan Asia Music Festival 2010, Beijing

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    Representative singer from the Phillipines, Lordenn, sang at the Pan Asia Music Festival 2010, Beijing, China. Gold Medal Award!!!!.... Well done, Lordenn!!!

  • Eurovision 1981-1989 Yugoslavia my top entries

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    This is my top Yugoslavia entries from 1981 to 1989 (from France)
    8: awful but not bad
    7: boring
    6: a bit annoying not really my cup
    5: funny love it very different
    4: really underrated in ESC great ballad
    3: I prefer her song of 1999 but this is really good
    2: remind me the french song Do you St-Tropez from the french movie Le gendarme à St-Tropez great song
    1: Of course so cool and great music

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