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Playlist of History of Bulgaria since 1989

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  • 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

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Nadya Karadjova Neno Le 1989

    1:52

    Nadya Karadjova performs Neno Le outside the Ethnographic Museum in Plovdiv, Bulgaria in 1989.

    This sad news just released...

    Bulgarian folk singer Nadka Karadjova passed away at the age of 73 on Monday 3rd Jan 2011. She was a soprano with the Filip Koutev Folk Ensemble and took part in the creation of 15 CDs. Her rich and various repertoire comprised more than 300 songs and in her own career has given over 14 000 concerts in over 80 states worldwide. She was a winner of many international prizes and prestigious honors in Bulgaria.

    Besides being considered one of the best ever Bulgarian folk singers, Karadjova has gone down in history for quite an achievement - way back in the Cold War period, in 1979, a song of hers made it to BBC2 chart with her song A Lamb Has Started Bleating.

    In 1994, her name was included in the Encyclopedia of World Music, issued in London.

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  • Боят настана

    1:49

    Вечна българска възрожденска песен.

    Братя и сестри от по света и у нас, не забравяйте кои сте и от къде идвате. Не забравяйте борбеният дух на прадедите ни, не забравяйте историята, почитайте паметта на нашите князе и царе, апостоли и войводи, които благодарение на тях вие сте тук на този свят!
    Пазете в себе си борбения дух и не се оставяйте да ви тъпчат. Нека в тези трудни времена застанем един до друг, нека се надигнем срещу прииждащата тирания срещу нацията ни и нека им покажем, че ние можем много повече от всеки един друг народ!

  • The King of Communism Nicolae Ceausescu

    53:07

    For almost 30 years Romanian dictator Nicolae Ceausescu ruled his tiny empire like a Roman God, organising huge parades and theatrical shows. The story of Romanian communism is told through the eyes of the cast of this theatre - including writers, directors and choreographers.

    Director Ben Lewis :
    Producer Pascale Lamche

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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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  • Dave Mustaine: Im ANGRY With Metallicas Disrespect Towards Slayer, Megadeth & Anthrax!

    16:30

    Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine said that while he'd love another Big 4 tour to happen, he is definitely bothered by Metallica's attitude in the whole thing, telling Eddie Trunk:

    I think if you asked the three of us [Megadeth, Slayer and Anthrax] that our camps would probably say yes.

    If Anthrax, Slayer and Megadeth all wanna do it, and Metallica doesn't, then what do we do? The Big 3?

    I'm sure that a lot of people would like to see that, and that may be what it is. You know, you may end up having it be the Big 3 plus No. 5, if we have Exodus play with it.

    But it's not about just doing concerts for the sake of concerts - it was about the movement, it was about what we did together as a group. And excluding Anthrax, we were all like neighbors almost, 'cause we all lived so close; it was just a half hour to an hour at the most between each other's houses on the freeway.

    So I think it would be great to do more Big 4 stuff - do one in Japan, do one in South America — we never did one in South America, we haven't done one in Asia. Give the people an opportunity to see it before it goes away forever.

    Asked if there was a highlight moment from the previous Big 4 gigs that really stands out to him, Mustaine replied:

    Not really. They all had significance to it. I think that the playing at the end was fun too.

    But I think it always kind of soured to me when you watch Kirk Hammett say on the DVD ['The Big Four: Live From Sofia, Bulgaria'], when they're praying, and he says that 'we're the Big One.'

    That just kind of shows you how the mentality was there - that it really wasn't the Big 4; it was Metallica and then the three of us.

    I would love to see it done in a way where we all got treated fairly and we all played together, same amount of time, same kind of stage situation, but I don't think that's gonna happen.

    And it's cool, because Slayer's gonna down in history, and they don't need the Big 4 to make them any more legendary than they already are. Nor do I.

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

    4:02


    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

  • Axxis - Köln 10.12.1990 UPGRADE with better quality!

    1:7:56

    Axxis - Köln / Live Music Hall 10.12.1990 (TV)

    ***This is an UPGRADE with better quality than my previous upload of this gig (new VHS-Rip) ***

    Setlist:
    01 The World Is Looking
    02 Rolling Like Thunder
    03 Living In A World
    04 Ships Are Sailing
    05 Face To Face
    06 Guitarsolo
    07 Little Look Back
    08 Rainbow
    09 Hold You
    10 Gimme Back The Paradise
    11 Kingdom Of The Night
    12 Save Me
    13 Moon
    14 Kings Made Of Steel
    15 The World Is Looking
    16 Rolling Like Thunder


    If you are a band or their legitimate representant and wish for material to be removed, or if you are the filmer and desire proper credit, please reach out to me via e-mail at oldschoolvhs@gmail.com. I will always respect your wishes.

  • Janmastami with Suhotra Maharaja, Bulgaria 1990

    2:16:34

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  • Bulgarian Gladiator

    4:29

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  • Soviet Anthem Parade 1987 Remastered

    3:06

    --Sources--

  • 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

  • Metallica - ...And Camcorders for All Justice Box Set DVD

    1:34:46

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    Band name: Metallica
    Dates: September 22, 1988 - October 7, 1989
    Tour name: Damaged Justice World Tour

    Notes:

    Taken from the ...And Justice For All Remastered Deluxe Box Set.
    ...And Camcorders for All featuring previously unreleased footage shot on Lars' camcorder during the Damaged Justice tour.

    Ripped from the retail NTSC DL-DVD release with a high bitrate and additional 720p HD Upscale to ensure best YouTube viewing quality.

    Get the Box Set here from the official Met Store:


    Enjoy!

    Timestamps:

    0:00:00 - Intro
    0:00:26 - Harvester Of Sorrow - Barcelona, Spain (September 22nd, 1988)
    0:05:29 - Fade To Black - Leiden, Netherlands (November 5th, 1988)
    0:06:01 - Sanitarium - San Francisco, CA, USA (December 11th, 1988)
    0:07:32 - Up in the rafters - San Antonio, TX, USA (February 1st, 1989)
    0:11:46 - At the airport - San Antonio, TX, USA (February 1st, 1989)
    0:14:19 - Eye Of The Beholder - Dallas, TX, USA (February 5th, 1989)
    0:20:29 - Leper Messiah - Philadelphia, PA, USA (March 12th, 1989)
    0:21:14 - Blackened - Buffalo, NY, USA (March 13th, 1989)
    0:28:25 - Backstage - Buffalo, NY, USA (March 13th, 1989)
    0:29:54 - Kirk's Solo/Battery - Auckland, New Zealand (May 1st, 1989)
    0:32:27 - On the plane - Auckland, New Zealand (May 1st, 1989)
    0:35:16 - ...And Justice For All - Osaka, Japan (May 17th, 1989)
    0:45:15 - Harvie/Four Horsemen - Hoffman Estates, IL, USA (July 7th, 1989)
    0:46:22 - Creeping Death - Richfield, OH, USA (July 8th, 1989)
    0:49:43 - Blackened - Thornville, OH, USA (August 12th, 1989)
    0:51:05 - Backyard RC Fun - Thornville, OH, USA (August 12th, 1989)
    0:52:53 - Backstage - Greenville, SC, USA (August 13th, 1989)
    0:54:31 - Doris collapses - Atlanta, GA, USA (August 18th, 1989)
    0:56:01 - Packing up - Atlanta, GA, USA (August 18th, 1989)
    0:56:21 - One - Biloxi, MS, USA (August 20th, 1989)
    1:04:57 - Seek & Destroy - Concord, CA, USA (September 14th, 1989)
    1:06:17 - Bells/Backstage - Irvine, CA, USA - Night #2 (September 22nd, 1989)
    1:11:59 - Battery/Am I Evil - Irvine, CA, USA - Night #3 (September 23rd, 1989)
    1:14:58 - Switching instruments - Irvine, CA, USA - Night #3 (September 23rd, 1989)
    1:20:07 - On the bus/Goodbyes - Irvine, CA, USA - Night #3 (September 23rd, 1989)
    1:24:58 - Frayed Ends Of Sanity - São Paulo, Brazil - Night #1 (October 6th, 1989)
    1:29:14 - Backstage/Puppets - São Paulo, Brazil - Night #2 (October 7th, 1989)
    1:32:50 - Aftershow Haircut - São Paulo, Brazil - Night #2 (October 7th, 1989)

    \\m//

  • EUROPE - Live in SOFIA, BULGARIA

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    Shot from the stage, Sofia, Bulgaria 15/06/2012

  • Toshko G - Bulgarian Communist Party

    1:15

    Toshko Beats
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    Тошко Джи - БКП
    [Ogi 23]

  • The mistery of Bulgarian voices

    4:18

    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.

  • The Mystery of Bulgarian Voices in USA

    7:38

    The Grammy Award Winners on US TV Show.
    Performance: Ergen deda (motives of the song Breathing by Jason Derulo), Polegnala e Todora and Oh, Susanna.


    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 Bulgarian 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.

  • Amazing Kirk Hammett Guitar Solo HD Live Sofia 2010

    1:57

    Great solo from Mr. Kirk 'THE RIPPER' Hammett.
    Sofia 2010.
    Enjoy!!!

  • *bulgaria*bulgaristan

    1:28

    *macırları*GaZiOsMaNlApAşIı

  • 2 Honorary Consulate of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in Sofia ,Bulgaria

    2:04

    2 Honorary Consulate of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in Sofia ,Bulgaria

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  • HUGO SÁNCHEZ SKETCH, HUGUINA Y MÁS

    16:27

    FINALMENTE HUGO SE CASÓ CON ISABEL MARTÍN ANCEL
    HUGO SÁNCHEZ ES ODONTÓLOGO Y EX FUTBOLISTA

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

    1:18

    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

  • Turkey visit Soviet Union Anthems 1978

    2:11

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  • 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

  • National anthem of Bulgaria : Републико наша, здравей!

    1:17

    Anthem enthusiast community:
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    This anthem, in use between the abolition of the monarchy in 1944 and the establishment of a new anthem in 1950 after the communists firmly gained power, was composed by Georgi Dimitrov (the same as the co-composer of “Balgarijo Mila”, but not the same as the communist leader by that name of that period.)

  • 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

  • Holland visit Soviet Union - National Anthems

    1:30

    Thank you watching! Please to Subscrible!!

  • National Anthem of East Germany - Auferstanden aus Ruinen

    2:52

    Auferstanden aus Ruinen (German for Risen from Ruins) was the national anthem of the German Democratic Republic (GDR/DDR), commonly known as East Germany, during its existence from 1949 to 1990.

  • Bulgarian Documentary of Emile Naoumoff 1990

    1:10:57

  • YOUTH COMPETITION FOR BULGARIAN POP SONGS.AWARDED SONGS.PANAYOT SLAVCHEV-1989

    9:52

    VERY FAMOUS BULGARIAN COMPETITION FOR NEW SONGS DURING THE SOCIALISM. HERE IN THE VIDEO ARE THE AWARDED SONGS WITH SINGERS EMILIA KIROVA,REVIEW,AHAT,VANYA KOSTOVA ,VETERANS FROM THIS COMPETITION AND MORE.THE CHEF OF THE COMPETITION PANAYOT SLAVCHEV SPEAKS ABOUT IT.

  • Lowkey & Calligraphist, shout out to all fans in Bulgaria & Greece

    19

    Lowkey, backstage - shout out to all fans in Bulgaria & Greece

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  • Cinstim conducătorul - We honor the leader

    4:09

    Romanian song dedicated to president Nicolae Ceauşescu and the Romanian Communist Party. From a record called P.C.R. 1921-1986, released in 1986.

  • National Anthem of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Bulgaria

    3:46

    [UPDATED FROM 2013] The National Anthem of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Bulgaria has remained as Mila Rodino like its predecessor. However, their Flag and Coat of Arms has drastically changed, with the Coat of Arms somewhat combining the first iteration and the last and with the addition of the Hammer and Sickle within the Star. As for the Flag, the Coat of Arms has been placed in the center of the Flag with a much larger size, rather than being placed smaller and in the upper-left canton. The New Warsaw Pact and each of the 5 member nations were formed after the 2037-2039 Eastern Bloc Revolutions, which was aided by the New USSR's Armed Forces. Unlike the first Warsaw Pact, East Germany and Albania are absent, and Premier Latyeskov feared that if he were to recapture what was East Germany, a third World War would start. After the formation, diplomats from the Warsaw Pact member states along with ambassadors from the Western European states signed the Geneva Non-Aggression Pact during a conference in Geneva, Switzerland on August 23rd, 2039.

  • Eurovision All Winners

    9:11

    Eurovision Song Contest Winners 1956 - 2018
    All the Winners of the Eurovision Song Contest 1956 - 2018
    Победители Евровидения 1956 - 2018
    Переможці Євробачення 1956 - 2018
    All Eurovision Song Contest winners from 1956 to 2018

    1956 - Switzerland: Lys Assia – Refrain
    1957 - The Netherlands: Corry Brokken - Net Als Toen
    1958 - France: André Claveau - Dors, mon amour
    1959 - The Netherlands: Teddy Scholten - Een Beetje
    1960 - France: Jacqueline Boyer - Tom Pillibi
    1961 - Luxembourg: Jean-Claude Pascal - Nous les amoureux
    1962 - France:Isabelle Aubret - Un premier amour
    1963 - Denmark: Grethe & Jørgen Ingmann – Dansevise
    1964 - Italy: Gigliola Cinquetti - Non Ho L'Età
    1965 - Luxembourg: France Gall - Poupée de cire, poupée de son
    1966 - Austria: Udo Jürgens - Merci Chérie
    1967 - United Kingdom: Sandie Shaw - Puppet On A String
    1968 - Spain: Massiel - La, la, la
    1969 - Spain: Salomé - Vivo cantando
    United Kingdom: Lulu - Boom Bang A Bang
    Netherlands: Lenny Kuhr - De troubadour
    France: Frida Boccara - Un Jour, Un Enfant
    1970 - Ireland: Dana - All kinds of everything
    1971 - Monaco: Séverine - Un banc, un arbre, une rue
    1972 - Luxembourg: Vicky Leandros - Apres Toi
    1973 - Luxembourg: Anne-Marie David -Tu Te Reconnaitras
    1974 - Sweden: Abba – Waterloo
    1975 - Netherlands: Teach-In - Ding-a-dong
    1976 - United Kingdom: Brotherhood Of Man - Save Your Kisses For Me
    1977 - France: Marie Myriam - L'oiseau et l'enfant
    1978 - Israel: Izhar Cohen & Alphabeta - A-Ba-Ni-Bi
    1979 - Israel: Gali Atari & Milk & Honey – Hallelujah
    1980 - Ireland: Johnny Logan - What's another year
    1981 - United Kingdom: Bucks Fizz - Making Your Mind Up
    1982 - Germany: Nicole - Ein bisschen Frieden
    1983 - Luxembourg: Corinne Hermès - Si la vie est cadeau
    1984 - Sweden: Herreys - Diggi-loo diggi-ley
    1985 - Norway: Bobbysocks - La det swinge
    1986 - Belgium: Sandra Kim - J'aime la vie
    1987 - Ireland: Johnny Logan - Hold me now
    1988 - Switzerland: Céline Dion - Ne partez pas sans moi
    1989 - Yugoslavia: Riva - Rock me
    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
    2017 - Portugal: Salvador Sobral - Amar Pelos Dois
    2018 - Israel: Netta - Toy

    Eurovision 2018: Netta wins for Israel with Toy
    Israel's Netta has won the Eurovision Song Contest for her quirky dance song Toy
    UK entrant SuRie, whose performance was interrupted by a stage invader, finished 24th out of the 26 countries.
    Man grabs microphone from SuRie
    Eurovision 2018 : As it happened
    Eurovision song contest won by Israel's Netta in Lisbon final
    Singer captures Europe’s hearts and votes with her entry Toy, beating competition from Cyprus
    Singer SuRie carries on after invader shouts ‘Nazis of the UK media, we demand freedom’

    Man invades stage and grabs mic during UK Eurovision song
    ロビジョンのすべての受賞者 / Všetci víťazi Eurovízie / Wszyscy zwycięzcy Eurowizji / כל הזוכים באירוויזיון / Omnes uictorum Eurovision / Visi uzvarētāji Eirovīzijā / Visi Eurovizijos laimėtojai
    Tất cả những người chiến thắng của cuộc thi Eurovision / Semua pemenang Eurovision / Todos los ganadores de Eurovisión / Tutti i vincitori di Eurovision / 유로 비전의 모든 수상자 / Liste der Sieger des Eurovision Song / Todos os vencedores de Eurovision / ผู้ชนะทั้งหมดของยูโร / Eurovision Tüm kazananlar / Tous les vainqueurs de l'Eurovision / यूरोविज़न के सभी विजेताओं / Alla vinnarna i Eurovision / Kõik võitjad Eurovision
    urovision second rehearsal, big5 rehearsal, rehearsal, Eurovision Top of Eurovision rehearsal, Eurovision rehearsal 2018, Eurovision first rehearsal, Eurovision second rehearsal, big5 rehearsal, rehearsal, Eurovision 2018 Final, Eurovision 2018 My Ideal Contest, Results, My Eurovision, My finalists, My eurovision winners, Song Contest, The winner of the 2018 contest was Israel with the song Toy, performed by Netta.

  • TOTAL - STAY - 1990

    5:47

    Ballad song by the band Total from Varna-Bulgaria-1990. Music and words - Zachari Karabashliev
    TOTAL is a hard'n heavy band
    from Varna-Bulgaria.Worked-'87-'93.
    Members:
    Zachari Karabashliev-guitar,
    compositions,'88-'90
    Liubomir Radev-drums,'88-'91
    Juri Hinkov-vocals,'88-'93
    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

  • Eurovision 1989-1998 competition of the decade, part 2

    9:23

    NOTE! Closed captions available if you want to read my ramblings. Press the CC button

    Part 2 of 3.

    It seems to my tiny mind (as I know to some of yours) that since televoting and the abolition of the language rule, Eurovision has gone to the dogs somewhat. So here is my very personal look at the last ten years of real Eurovision, 1989 to 1998.

    I've chosen my favourite song from each country over the ten years, and put them in the order I would put them in if they were all in one contest and I were the jury. In order to qualify a country has had to participate at least three times in the period.

    As this is mainly for my own amusement, and I think all the songs are worth listening to, I've used quite a sizeable chunk of each one, going over more than one video. So if they're too long for you, sorry but... I'm not sorry!

    Opinions welcomed of course...

    Oh, and one last thing to note: all former Yugoslav countries have been grouped together, as I couldn't see any other fair way of doing it.

    Part 1:
    Part 3:

    If I have used *your* videos then thank you - or if you wish I hadn't, let me know and I'll take this down.

  • Bulgarian Artists - Tsanko Lavrenov / Цанко Лавренов

    3:41

    Bulgarian painter and writer Tsanko Lavrenov was born in 1896 in Plovdiv. He was born into an old and well-respected family and graduated from the French College in Plovdiv. Because of World War I, he was not able to enter the Academy of Art in Sofia and instead worked for his father in his shop. His visits to Vienna in 1921 and Italy in 1925 convinced him that he should become a self-taught painter. He was one of the most important artists in Bulgaria in the 20th century, achieving renown for his unique style of painting and for his decorative, brightly coloured scenes of legends and fairy tales. After a visit in 1942 to the monasteries in Mt Athos, which inspired such paintings as The Khilandar Monastery (1943) and The Zograph Monastery (1946), he began an extensive series of paintings, Bulgarian Monasteries. From the 1930s to the 1960s he was a member of the so-called ‘Plovdiv Artists’ group, whose art dealt with the spirit and the romantic traditions of that ancient city. Therefore, many of his paintings, such as Old Plovdiv (1930; Sofia, National Art Gallery) and Plovdiv’s Renaissance Men (1970; Plovdiv, Tzanko Lavrenov Museum), evoke the 19th-century atmospheres of Plovdiv and such other old Bulgarian towns as Gabrovo and the former capital Tŭrnovo. Lavrenov also painted subjects from Bulgarian history, as in his series of Visions from Ancient Bulgaria, which included such works as Tsar Simeon I Being Welcomed in Preslav (1941) and the Coronation of Ivailo in Tŭrnovo (1973; Sofia, N.A.G.). After moving to Sofia, he became involved in theoretical research on Bulgarian graphic art and in 1958 published a book on a fellow artist from Plovdiv, Zlatyu Boyadjiev. In accordance with Lavrenov’s will, a Tzanko Lavrenov Museum was established in the house of his birth in Plovdiv, and the majority of his works are located there.

    Music: Gabriel Faure - Sicilienne for Flute and Piano, Op. 78

  • France visit USSR - Anthems

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  • DA BYDE DEN.mp4

    4:33

    1989 - BULGARIA

  • Eurovision: My all time top 50!

    16:39

    Welcome to my all time top 50 video!

    55 entries that almost made it to the top:
    Luxembourg 1973
    Netherlands 1975
    France 1977
    Germany 1979
    Netherlands 1980
    Ireland 1980
    Morocco 1980
    Israel 1982
    Switzerland 1988
    Spain 1989
    Netherlands 1990
    Spain 1990
    France 1992
    Poland 1994
    Spain 1995
    UK 1997
    Cyprus 1997
    UK 1998
    Israel 1998
    Russia 2000
    Slovenia 2001
    Greece 2001
    Russia 2003
    Ukraine 2004
    Israel 2005
    Finland 2006
    Ukraine 2007
    Moldova 2007
    San Marino 2008
    Iceland 2008
    Armenia 2008
    Azerbaijan 2008
    Turkey 2009
    Lithuania 2009
    Armenia 2009
    Romania 2010
    Israel 2010
    Albania 2010
    Bosnia & Herzegovina 2011
    Greece 2011
    Austria 2011
    Sweden 2012
    Azerbaijan 2012
    Germany 2012
    Serbia 2012
    Estonia 2012
    Iceland 2012
    Turkey 2012
    Armenia 2014
    Czech Republic 2015
    Estonia 2015
    Norway 2015
    Czech Republic 2016
    Bulgaria 2016
    Latvia 2016

  • R. VANLALDUATA LEH SAIDINGLIANA INCHAI.

    1:56

  • Група СПРИНТ Bulgaria - Робот

    4:29

    Това е песен от албума РОБОТЪТ - СПРИНТ са Чавдар Панев , Пейо Пеев , Евгени Симеонов , Асен Драгнев , Николай Горанов

  • Национален химн на България - Мила Родино

    1:31

    Национален химн на България - Мила Родино; музика и текст - Цветан Радославов, 1885 г. Приет - 1964 г. / National anthem of Bulgaria - Mila Rodino; music and lyrics - Tsvetan Radoslavov, 1885. Adopted in 1964.

  • Mr Cs techno and acid house set from DJ Mag HQ

    1:8:01

    We took over a secret East London basement near DJ Mag HQ for acid twist out with the Superfreq crew Mr C & Affie Yusef.

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  • HyperNormalisation by Adam Curtis - A different experience of reality FULL DOCUMENTARY

    2:46:32

    Added subtitles (french, braziianl, hebrew, english, croatian, spanish, turkish and russian)

    The cult documentary maker explores the falsity of modern life in his own inimitable style. Though he’s spent the best part of four decades making television, Curtis’s signature blend of hypnotic archive footage, authoritative voiceover and a seemingly inexhaustible appetite for bizarre historical tangents is better suited to the web, a place just as resistant to the narrative handholding of broadcast TV as he is. He argues that an army of technocrats, complacent radicals and Faustian internet entrepreneurs have conspired to create an unreal world; one whose familiar and often comforting details blind us to its total inauthenticity.

  • 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./

  • ESC 1990-1999 | My Top Winners

    3:53

    My top of the winners in Eurovision Song Contest in the 90's. It was incredibly hard for me to rank these too, but what's your favorite winners?

  • Srebrna Krila - Mangup

    2:41

    Srebrna Krila - Mangup (Reprise) (Jugovizija 1988)
    Vocal: Lidija Asanović.
    Music: Rajko Dujmić.
    Lyrics: Stevo Cvikić.
    Arrangement: Nikica Kalogjera.
    Video (c) RTV Ljubljana / JRT 1988

    Original reprise performance of Mangup by Srebrna Krila, the winning song of the Yugoslav finals for the Eurovision Song Contest 1988 (Jugovizija), held on March 12th at Cankarjev dom, Ljubljana, hosted by Miša Molk. 16 songs were chosen for the finals, but 15 were perfomed as Jasna Gospić got sick and could not sing. Every TV Studio had one direct qualifier, and the remaining 8 songs were chosen from the second choise submissions. The new voting system introduced in 1987 allowed the TV studio's jury to be able to vote for their own entries, most of them used the most this opportunity, in the next years as well. Every jury member (3 from ever TV studio - 24 in total) could vote only for 5 songs.

    Mangup was the Yugoslav entry to the Eurovision Song Contest 1988, sung by Srebrna Krila (Silver Wings). At the close of the voting it had received 87 points, placing 6th. The 7 vinyl single was released in few European countries. This was the second (of three) Yugoslav entries in a row written by Rajko Dujmić and Stevo Cvikić. The third one won the Contest in 1989. (Riva - Rock Me).

    Srebrna krila (Silver Wings) is a Croatian pop band from Zagreb that was popular across Yugoslavia and even is some Eastern European countries like Bulgaria. The band was created in 1978, with Vlado Kalember as the lead singer. Most of their Kalember-era hits were written by Đorđe Novković. Throughout the 1980s and 1990s the band went through a series of different incarnations. Kalember left the band after their 1986 album 30 u hladu. The band disappeared after the death of its founder Muc in 2000.

    In 1988 Lidija Asanović comes in as a vocalist and the band the band won the Yugoslav pre'selection for the Eurovision Song Contest (Jugovizija) with the song Mangup. The same year Srebrena Krila released two albums with Lidija (Mangup and Poleti golubice), Lidija Asanović (who previously recorded an album with the Serbian group Polslednja Igra Leptira) left the group in 1989 and moved to Germany in 1992. She is know by the name Lidija Rush now.

    The third Srebrna Krila's vocalist was Vlatka Pokos, who stayed in the group for 5 years They recorded only one album in that period (Zašto nisam miljenica sudbine, 1991). Pokos' successor was Vlatka Grakalić. At the beginning there were two vocalits, but they continued only with Grakalić. This line-up released three albums (Ljubav je za ljude sve (1995), Tamo gdje ljubav stanuje (1996) and Nebo vidi nebo zna (1998))

    Srebrna krila reunited 1.6.2012. at Zagreb Bundek (with Vlado Kalember as a vocalist) and announced the return to the scene. They released a comeback album called Srebrna Krila 2012.

  • Byelorussia, Soviet Union 1990

    21:30

    Provided to YouTube by CDBaby

    Byelorussia, Soviet Union 1990 · M. L. Endicott

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

    ℗ 2010 M. L. Endicott

    Released on: 2010-12-15

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Hits of the World Part 2

    22:58

    Weekly feature - Flashback: the #1 singles worldwide every five years, starting in 1958!!!

    The Top 5 singles in the following countries, according to their official singles chart: UK, Ireland, Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Greece, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Belgium (Flanders), Belgium (Wallonia), the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Romania, Hungary, Poland, Ukraine & Russia. For week 24 or 25 (June, 2018), depending on each country's cut-off date.

    On the way up highlights a song that is moving up or debuting on the charts in each and every country presented!

    Thanks for watching!

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