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  • National Bulgarian Dances - CretaTV

    4:49

    Basic storytelling-choreography in which a shepherd meets a girl & falls in love but, some gossip girls see them. Then, they try to trick him but he pushes them away, takes the girl and celebrates their union.

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  • Antonio Banderas loves Bulgarian dances with Ensemble Bulgare

    1:38

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  • Kristian Kostov - Meet Kristian Kostov

    4:43

    Meet Kristian Kostov - EPK Interview
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    Kristian Kostov is a young European singer-songwriter who has gone all the way from singing in a jazz band to record-breaking feats time and again. By the age of 20, he has already performed at the UN General Assembly in New York; made it to the finals in popular television vocal shows (The Voice.Kids, X.Factor); become the runner-up at Eurovision 2017; received European Border Breakers Awards 2018 and EBBA Public Choice Awards. In 2019, Kristian has become the youngest participant of “Singer” – the biggest Chinese TV show for professional performers in the world, with audience reaching 2 billion people. As a result, the young artist has become the most discussed foreigner in the local social media outlet Weibo and ultimately broke into the “Top-10 Western albums of 2019” chart, a spot conventionally occupied by Billboard’s usual suspects like Billie Eilish and Taylor Swift.

    Now, Kristian is releasing his biggest work so far - “Mood:”.

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    Music video by Kristian Kostov performing Meet Kristian Kostov. © 2020 Symphonix, under exclusive license to Universal Music GmbH

  • Usti Baba & Djelem Djelem - Barcelona Gipsy balKan Orchestra - Sava Centar - Beograd

    8:35

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    Live broadcast by RTS, National Serbian TV, for our concert on May 22nd 2018 in Sava Centar (Beograd) , capturing all the magic that was created by Barcelona Gipsy balKan Orchestra during our 2018 tours, presenting our last album, AVO KANTO.

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    ▶ Scenography: Marija Kovačević
    ▶ Sound Design: Ljubinko Gordić
    ▶ Sound Postproduction: Dejan Vozlić
    ▶ Video Assembly: Jezdimir Bjeličić

    Thanks to all the those involved!

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    Usti Baba, A Macedonian Roma song about the moment during wedding ceremony when the bride's dowry, the cheiz, is brought out of her house. It can accompany the Rom dance Cocek.
    Song made famous by Kocani Orkestar

    Djelem Djelem (Đelem, đelem)... This song is a tribute to one of the greatest Romani songs, sung by some of the greatest singers of all times. In some way , it is our inspiration for entering into the mystical world of the gipsies.

    Lyrics are written by Žarko Jovanović in Romani language, in the year 1949, but the melody already existed among Romani people of Serbia, Bulgaria and Romania. Some say that the original melody was of a love song and that it was known during the twenties of the last century and that Žarko Jovanović adopted it and wrote lyrics of his own dedicated to Roma people. It tells about the atrocities they suffered during World War II, and about the rise of Roma people that is about to come. It was adopted as the Romani national anthem at the first world congress of Roma people in 1971 in London.

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  • Bulgarian folk dance: Lazarki

    4:47

    Interpretation of a folk dance that originates from Bulgaria. Done by Folklore Ensemble Mezdra, based in Mezdra, Bulgary. Recorded in Vila Praia de Âncora, Portugal on 09/08/2019.



    Bailes búlgaros interpretados polo Folkloren Ansambl Mezdra, da cidade de Mezdra, en Bulgaria. Gravado en Vila Praia de Âncora o 09/08/2019 no Festival Âncora Folk '19.

  • Folk Dance Ensemble HORO,Bozhurishte,Bulgaria : Nacionalni ples Bugarske

    7:05

    15.MEĐUNARODNI FESTIVAL FOLKLORA
    Velika Gorica,july 2015.

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  • Bulgarian Horo Dance with Folklore Ensemble Pirin and Visitors in Zagreb, Croatia 2018

    10:43

    Bulgarian Folklore Ensemble Pirin (Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria) performs traditional Bulgarian round dance at Europa Square, with the visitors of the manifestation Europe Day 2018 in Zagreb, Croatia, May 12, 2018.

  • Ethnic anthem of Uyghur people

    3:37

    Qurtulush Marshi known in English as the Salvation March, is a popular Uyghur patriotic song. It is considered to be the ethnic anthem of the Uyghur people and is often regarded to be the unofficial de facto anthem of the East Turkestan independence movement, as used by the East Turkistan Government in Exile. It was national anthem of the former first and second East Turkestan Republic. The song was written by Mehmet Ali Tevfik in 1933.

  • National Anthem: Bosnia & Herzegovina

    2:18

    The National Anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina, is the name of the official national anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is one of the four national anthems (along with that of Kosovo, Spain and San Marino) in the world to have no official lyrics. The anthem was adopted on 25 June 1999, by the promulgation of the Law on the National Anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina, replacing the previous anthem, Jedna si jedina, which excluded the country's Serb and Croat communities, this despite the fact that the text does not mention any nationality. It was in use from 10 February 1998, as the flag and coat of arms.

    The composer Dušan Šestić from Banja Luka composed the melody, to which initially there were no lyrics under the working title Intermeco, which is commonly referred to as the title of the anthem.

    Lyrics written by Dušan Šestić, the original composer, and Benjamin Isović were accepted by a parliamentary commission in February 2009. The decision still requires approval of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the House of Peoples of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The lyrics do not mention the two administrative entities or the constitutional nations that make up the state, and end with the line We are going into the future, together!.

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  • National Anthem of Kosovo

    1:16

    Europe
    Himni i Republikës së Kosovës
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    Europe is the national anthem of the Republic of Kosovo. It was composed by Mendi Mengjiqi. As with the national anthems of Spain, Bosnia-Herzegovina and San Marino, the anthem has no official lyrics, but unofficial lyrics have been written for it. It was adopted on 11 June 2008. It was chosen because it contained no references to any specific ethnic group. It was selected by the Assembly of Kosovo, with 72 MPs voting in favour, while 15 voted against and five abstained.
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  • The Giant horo in Brussels 22.04.2018

    29:36

    Academic artistic groups of the Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts in Brussels - the Great Horo

  • Brady Lecture 2018 - Professor Brendan Simms

    1:6:50

    Brady Lecture 2018 - Professor Brendan Simms 'England and Germany in the age of schisms' delivered at the Goethe Institut, London.

  • Sofi Marinova in the Bulgarian Parliament, Sofia

    1:06

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  • Sofi Marinova in the Bulgarian Parliament, Sofia

    1:05

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  • Sofi Marinova in the Bulgarian Parliament, Sofia

    1:21

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    2:04

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    4:36

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  • Eurovision Review 2016: Bulgaria - Poli Genova - If Love Was a Crime | wiwibloggs

    6:43

    The Wiwi Jury review Bulgaria's Poli Genova and her Eurovision 2016 entry If Love Was a Crime. Poli entered Eurovision 2011 for Bulgaria with the song Na inat, but failed to make it out of the semifinal. Can she make it to the final in Stockholm?

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    National Assembly offices, Sofia, Bulgaria by Marcin Szala

  • Bulgarian National Dance, Horo, Hora,

    3:11

    Bulgarian National Dance, Horo, Hora,

    The traditional Bulgarian dance horo (Bulgarian: 'хоро')

  • Bulgarian Artists - Elisaveta Konsulova-Vazova / Елисавета Консулова Вазова

    3:01

    Elisaveta Konsulova was born on 4 December 1881 Plovdiv. Encouraged by her father, in 1897, Konsulova entered the State School of Painting, studying with Jaroslav Věšín. During her schooling, she was introduced to a young lieutenant Boris Vazov, younger brother of the Famous Bulgarian writer Ivan Vazov, who she would have a secret relationship with for eight years. Her parents disapproved of his lack of status and they had to exchange letters through a classmate. Konsulova graduated in 1902 and though she wanted to continue her studies abroad, she was unable to do so due to her father's death and the need for her to provide financial support for the family.
    Konsulova began giving private painting lessons to students, like Bistra Vinarova, soon after her graduation. In the meantime, Boris had been sent to study in Paris and completed his doctorate in law. When he returned to Bulgaria, Konsulova's mother finally gave consent for their marriage. Konsulova-Vazova, having kept her maiden name, continued to paint in the studio built for her in their house at 11 August Street. Most of her works were portraits and still lifes done in the Impressionist style and quite a few of the portraits were of her brother-in-law, Ivan. She opened a girls' painting school on the top floor of the house, and in spite of having two daughters, Elka (born 1907) and Sabina (born 1909), known as Binka, Konsulova-Vazova still dreamed of continuing her studies.

    At the encouragement of her mother-in-law, Saba Vazova, in 1909, Konsulova-Vazova and her two daughters moved to Munichto attend classes at the Munich Academy of Fine Arts in the women's department. Her two most noted pieces from this time were Ladies in White and Portrait in White. After graduating from her courses, Konsulova-Vazova returned to Sofia and gave birth to her third daughter, Ana in 1911. Continuing her work, she created many portraits during this time. In 1911, she participated in an exhibition in Prague Bulgarian Woman and presented works she had created over the previous four years. In 1912, she exhibited in the show of the Lada Union of South Slavic Artists with her piece Ladies in White.
    During the First Balkan War, Konsulova-Vazova became a Red Cross volunteer, nursing cholera patients in Lozengrad and Yambol after the First Battle of Çatalca. In 1919 in a Sofia event, she became the first professional woman artist in Bulgaria to hold a solo exhibit. Some of her most noted works from this period were portraits of cultural figures, including: Portrait of the Writer Stoyan Mihaylovski (1918), Portrait of Dobri Hristov (1919), Portrait of a Boy (1920), Portrait of Ivan Vazov (1920), Portrait of Aleksandar Bozhinov (bg) (1925), among others.

    The 1920s ushered in a decade of artistic expansion in Bulgaria and intellectuals flourished. Konsulova-Vazova and Elena Karamihaylova came into their own during the period as noted Impressionists. At the beginning of the decade, she spent another extended period studying in Germany between 1920 and 1922. Konsulova-Vazova participated in a variety of cultural projects, such as the Czechoslovak-Bulgarian Reciprocity Association, created the first boarding house for Bulgarian students in Prague. In 1930, she participated in the Bulgarian Folk Art Exhibition at the National Technical Museum.

    In 1934 and again in 1935, Konsulova-Vazova showed artworks in Sofia exhibits and in 1937 was awarded the medal For encouragement to Humanity in the second degree. The following year she co-organized the Commonwealth Artisan-crafts Exhibition held in May and then in the summer went to Prague to organize an exhibit on Bulgarian art for the National Ethnographic Museum. After the Bulgarian coup d'état of 1944, all artistic associations in the country were suspended and many intellectuals and artists left the country. Though Boris had served six terms in the National Assembly, his pension was terminated. Konsulova-Vazova turned to translating fairy tales to support them. In 1948, she joined the Union of Bulgarian Artists. Though mostly living a quiet existence in this period, in 1956, she held a jubilee exhibition of her works.

    Konsulova-Vazova died on 29 August, 1965 in Sofia, which at that time was in the People's Republic of Bulgaria. Numerous posthumous exhibitions of her work have been shown throughout the world in places as far flung as Paris, Prague, São Paulo, and Warsaw. In 2004, she was a featured artist at the Bulgarian National Art Gallery.

    Music: Sergey Rachmaninov - Prelude No. 6, Op. 23

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  • Perunika Trio - Rano mi e more

    2:39

    Perunika trio live at rehearsal, December 2009.

    Rano mi e more - arr. Perunika Trio

  • Rachel Mura - Stayed

    4:11

    Music video by Rachel Mura performing Stayed. (C) 2012 Wavelink Productions, LLC. Song written by Rachel Mura, arranged by Jesse Cash, filmed by by Torrey Barnett, recorded by Jesse Cash. Instruments played: piano- Rachel Mura, violin- Taby Pearce, guitar- Jesse Cash, drums- Jesse Cash.

  • 02. Official opening

    18:08

    2. Official opening
    Ivan Kurtev - National Assembly of Bulgaria - Vice-President
    Viktor Tchoutchkov - Union of Bulgarian Composers - president
    Antonio Vigilante - United Nations Development Programme - Director
    United Nations concert, live, 2000

  • National Anthem: Gagauzia -Tarafım-

    4:21

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    Tarafım, (My Motherland) is the national anthem of Gagauzia, an autonomous region of Moldova. It was composed by Mihail Colsa in 1995 and the lyrics were originally written by Mina Kosä. It was officially adopted by the People's Assembly of Gagauzia in 1999.

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  • Theodosii Spassov and Bodurov Trio Bulgarian tour September 2013

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    Theodosii Spassov and Bodurov Trio Bulgarian tour September 2013.

    10. Russe @ Opera hall
    11.Targovishte @ Theater
    12.Varna @ Club Menthol
    13.Stara Zagora @ Club drums
    14.Plovdiv @Konyushnite na Tzarya
    15.Burgas @ Club Bez ime
    16.Sofia @ Studio 5
    17.Sofia @ National Theater Ivan Vazov


  • KOSARA Opera by Maestro Georgi Atanasov - SOFIA NATIONAL OPERA AND BALLET.flv

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    KOSARA Opera by Maestro Georgi Atanasov Libretto Boyan Danovski

    Season opening

    Premiere

    Concert performance



    ANNIVERSARY SEASON 2010/2011

    120 YEARS BULGARIAN OPERA

    1891 - 2011



    UNDER THE PARTONAGE OF MRS TSTETSKA TSACHEVA

    CHAIRWOMAN OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY



    Season opening

    1 October 2010 at 19.00 h



    PREMIERE



    KOSARA

    Opera by Maestro Georgi Atanasov

    Libretto Boyan Danovski



    Concert performance



    Characters and performers



    PRINCE YOAN VLADIMIR
    Aleksandar Krunev



    KOSARA
    Radostina Nikolaeva



    VLADISLAV
    Daniel Ostretsov



    A VOICE
    Dimitar Stanchev



    THREE BOYARS

    Slavi Manov

    Aleksandar Georgiev

    Ivan Kabamitov



    TWO WOMEN

    Antonia Ivanova

    Margarita Damyanova



    Orchestra and chorus of Sofia Opera and Ballet



    Conductor
    GRIGOR PALIKAROV



    Chorus master
    VIOLETA DIMITROVA

    Concert master
    IRINA STOYANOVA

  • Bulgarian National Radio Childrens Choir - P.I.Chaikovsky - Lullaby

    3:18

  • KOSARA Opera by Maestro Georgi Atanasov - SOFIA NATIONAL OPERA AND BALLET.flv

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    KOSARA Opera by Maestro Georgi Atanasov Libretto Boyan Danovski

    Season opening

    Premiere

    Concert performance



    ANNIVERSARY SEASON 2010/2011

    120 YEARS BULGARIAN OPERA

    1891 - 2011



    UNDER THE PARTONAGE OF MRS TSTETSKA TSACHEVA

    CHAIRWOMAN OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY



    Season opening

    1 October 2010 at 19.00 h



    PREMIERE



    KOSARA

    Opera by Maestro Georgi Atanasov

    Libretto Boyan Danovski



    Concert performance



    Characters and performers


    PRINCE YOAN VLADIMIR

    Aleksandar Krunev





    KOSARA

    Radostina Nikolaeva



    VLADISLAV

    Daniel Ostretsov



    A VOICE

    Dimitar Stanchev



    THREE BOYARS

    Slavi Manov

    Aleksandar Georgiev

    Ivan Kabamitov



    TWO WOMEN

    Antonia Ivanova

    Margarita Damyanova



    Orchestra and chorus of Sofia Opera and Ballet



    Conductor

    GRIGOR PALIKAROV



    Chorus master

    VIOLETA DIMITROVA


    Concert master

    IRINA STOYANOVA

  • Pop Evil Surprises Freelands Powley Street Singers

    4:30

    Freeland's Powley Street Singers sang Pop Evil's 'Waking Lions' at their fall concert. The band saw video of the performance and decided that they wanted to surprise the kids, so they came to Freeland Elementary School!

  • Misner & Smith, Americans in Bulgaria 2015

    10:29

    Our tour through Bulgaria in October of 2015.

  • KOSARA Opera by Maestro Georgi Atanasov - SOFIA NATIONAL OPERA AND BALLET.flv

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    KOSARA Opera by Maestro Georgi Atanasov Libretto Boyan Danovski

    Season opening

    Premiere

    Concert performance



    ANNIVERSARY SEASON 2010/2011

    120 YEARS BULGARIAN OPERA

    1891 - 2011



    UNDER THE PARTONAGE OF MRS TSTETSKA TSACHEVA

    CHAIRWOMAN OF THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY



    Season opening

    1 October 2010 at 19.00 h



    PREMIERE



    KOSARA

    Opera by Maestro Georgi Atanasov

    Libretto Boyan Danovski



    Concert performance



    Characters and performers



    PRINCE YOAN VLADIMIR
    Aleksandar Krunev



    KOSARA
    Radostina Nikolaeva



    VLADISLAV
    Daniel Ostretsov



    A VOICE
    Dimitar Stanchev



    THREE BOYARS

    Slavi Manov

    Aleksandar Georgiev

    Ivan Kabamitov



    TWO WOMEN

    Antonia Ivanova

    Margarita Damyanova



    Orchestra and chorus of Sofia Opera and Ballet



    Conductor
    GRIGOR PALIKAROV



    Chorus master
    VIOLETA DIMITROVA

    Concert master
    IRINA STOYANOVA

  • Turkish President Erdogan Speaking On ongoing Anti-Muslim Violence in India

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  • Transport and logistics

    1:13:54

    The 5th Meeting of Heads of Government of CEEC-China (16+1) — Business Forum 2016, Riga, Latvia
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  • 4K힐링,명상, Meditation

    6:50

    National Assembly building, Concert Hall, Sofia, Bulgaria




    Music from
    Prelude in C (BWV 846), Parting of the Ways - Part 1
    by Kevin MacLeod (
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  • IYC in NYC - Little Italy - June 2012

    2:04

    The singers got some singing done during dinner!

  • Perunika Trio @St. Willibrord Kerk Utrecht

    3:46

    Opname gemaakt in St Willibrord Kerk te Utrecht op 30 nov. 2014.

    Traditionele Bulgaarse volkszang is een weefsel van vlijmscherpe stemmen die tegen elkaar aanschuren met micro tonale trillingen en versieringen. Het is een typisch vrouwending. Op het platteland waar de volkszang zich mengde met eeuwenoude polyfone kerkmuziek, spelen de mannen voornamelijk een instrument. De Bulgaarse Eugenia Georgieva is opgegroeid met zingende oma’s, maar woont sinds 2001 in Londen. Na een omweg van klassieke zang tot popmuziek, heeft ze in 2005 het Perunika Trio opgericht, genoemd naar de gemalin van Perun, God van de Donder. Samen met landgenote Desislava Vasileva en de Britse Jenny Minton geeft ze een authentieke maar frisse interpretatie van het Slavische repertoire met Bulgaarse, Russische en Macedonische traditionele en orthodoxe liederen over de mysterieuze natuur, jonge maagden en stoere krijgers. (©RASA)


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  • National Anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina

    2:19

    Државна химна Босне и Херцеговине - Državna himna Bosne i Hercegovine
    Proposed Lyrics (Cyrillic and Latin Alphabet)/English translation
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    The National Anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina is the name of the official national anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is one of the four national anthems (along with that of Kosovo, Spain and San Marino) in the world to have no official lyrics. The anthem was adopted on 25 June 1999, by the promulgation of the Law on the National Anthem of Bosnia and Herzegovina, replacing the previous anthem, Jedna si jedina, which excluded the country's Serb and Croat communities, this despite the fact that the text does not mention any nationality. It was in use from 10 February 1998, as the flag and coat of arms.

    The composer Dušan Šestić from Banja Luka composed the melody, to which initially there were no lyrics under the working title Intermeco ( Intermezzo ), which is commonly referred to as the title of the anthem.

    Lyrics written by Dušan Šestić, the original composer, and Benjamin Isović were accepted by a parliamentary commission in February 2009. The decision still requires approval of the Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The lyrics do not mention the two administrative entities or the constitutional nations that make up the state, and end with the line We are going into the future, together!.
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  • Bulgaria anthem : Мила Родино trumpet - тромпет

    1:42

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  • Teaser Wittshell english Song of my Life August, 14th 2014

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    The Wohnzimmerkonzert Song of my Life August, 14th 2014
    Livestream

  • Sir John Moore Concert March

    2:31

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Sir John Moore Concert March · The Royal Green Jackets

    The Best of Military Music

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  • Andy Irvine & Dónal Lunnys Mozaik ~ Mary Rogers/Siún Ní Dhuibhir

    5:00

    Mozaik performing at 'The Galeri' in Caernarfon (Wales, UK), on Wednesday 26 September 2007.

    According to the sleeve notes on Mozaik's CD 'Changing Trains', 'Siún Ní Dhuibhir' is an Irish name which translates as 'Joan O'Dwyer', and 'Mary Rogers' was the maiden name of Dónal Lunny's mother.

    With kind regards;
    Patrick.

  • Chamber choir Sveta Troitsa sings Heruvimska pesen #4 by Dobri Hristov

    5:20

    Conductor: Elianka Mihailova. Special concert in Bulgaria Concert hall, Sofia (Bulgaria), during Europa Cantat general assembly and conference in November 2009

  • Perunika Trio - Umi

    2:25

    Perunika Trio performing Japanese classic Umi from their album Bulgarian Warabeuta (Sony Music Japan, 2012) live at Bunko Civic Hall, Tokyo, November 2015. Sung in Japanese and Bulgarian.

  • Bulgarian Dance Kamisica Horo

    5:19

    Bulgarian Dance Kamisica Horo

  • La Iglesia de Jesucristo. Coro Salt Lake Vocal Artists en Buenos Aires. Argentina. gira 2011

    4:09

    El presidente de la Estaca Argentina Buenos Aires Congreso Nelson Catala presentó al Coro Salt Lake Vocal Artists que luego de visitar San Juan y Mendoza participarà del Simposio Mundial de Coros en la ciudad Argentina de Puerto Madryn con coros de todo el mundo, sus integrantes son miembros de La Iglesia de Jesucristo de los Santos de los Últimos Días. El coro cantó en el frío invierno de Buenos Aires en la capilla del Barrio Chacabuco de la estaca Congreso.
    El prestigioso coro de voces mixtas The Salt Lake Vocal Artists tiene sede en la ciudad de Salt Lake City, Utah.
    Producción y arreglos para que el coro cante en la ciudad de Buenos Aires y en la capilla fueron realizados por el periodista Rubén Molina.
    Fundado bajo la dirección artística del Dr. Brady Allred, en el año 2010, los Salt Lake Vocal Artists son embajadores internacionales de la institución Salt Lake Choral Artists, que actualmente cuenta con siete coros con miembros de edades comprendidas entre los ocho y los ochenta años. El coro principal, los Salt Lake Vocal Artists, trabaja apoyando i estrenando obras de nuevos compositores internacionalmente reconocidos. En su corta historia, los Salt Lake Vocal Artists ocupan ya un espacio en la escena internacional por su excelente calidad vocal, su versatilidad, pasión y sonido.
    En su trayectoria Salt Lake Vocal Artists han encargado y estrenado obras de compositores internacionales tan diversos como: Josu Elberdin, Ola Gjeilo, Dan Forrest, Ko Matsushita, Ivo Antognini, Eriks Esenvalds, Györgyb Orbán, John Høybye, Nancy Wertsch, Bernat Vivancos, Sergey Khvoshchinsky, Jake Runestad, Larry Nickel, David Bennett Thomas, Ambroz Copi, Pär Olofsson y Stephen M. Louns. Sus grabaciones más recientes son: Never a Brighter Star, CD de música navideña del compositor y pianista Dan Forrest, un CD con obras del compositor Andrew Maxfield, basadas en los poemas de Wendell Berry, un CD con obras del compositor Kay Hicks Ward y otros, como Live in Spain”, “Circle of Life” y “The Singing Heart”. El coro ofrece conciertos con regularidad. Recientemente han preparado un programa dedicado al compositor Morten Lauridsen y la obra “Israel in Egypt”, de Händel, programa que han llevado a Bulgaria y Turquía. Han realizado una gira por Hawái y Japón, participando en el International Choral Festival organizado por Matsushita.
    En el año 2015 debutaron en la National ACDA Convention, en un concierto especial en la Assembly Hall, bajo la dirección de Helmuth Rilling, Simon Halsey y John Nelson. En los últimos meses, han participado en la World Choral Expo de Macao, China.

    Publicado por Rubén Molina periodista interreligioso miembro de La Iglesia de Jesucristo de los Santos de los Últimos Días. Buenos Aires, Argentina. año 2011. Archivo RUBEN MOLINA año 2020

  • Sovjet Union

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    Sovjet Union · The Alan B. Campbell Orchestra

    National Anthems, Volume 1

    ℗ 2008 Cat Music & More

    Released on: 2008-01-01

    Producer: A. Bexter-Hamilton
    Arranger: A. Bexter-Hamilton
    Composer: Traditional
    Music Publisher: Blue Music

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  • Perunika Trio Coming Soon

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    Following their critically acclaimed Introducing Perunika Trio debut, the group presents A Bright Star Has Risen - traditional Bulgarian songs sung with outstanding a cappella vocal harmony drawing inspiration from the ancient Bulgarian vocal traditions and Church Slavonic chants.

    1. Snoshti sum minal, kuzum Elenke (Last night) (Petar Krumov) - 1:09
    2. Ta ne se si, mome, naspalo (Girl you haven't slept enough) (trad., arr. Eugenia Georgieva) - 2:51
    3. Rano mi e more (Early Sunrise) (trad., arr. Apostol Georgiev/Dessislava Vasileva/Eugenia Georgieva) - 2:35
    4. Tri byulbyula peyat (Three nightingales) (Petar Krumov) - 2:27
    5. Na horoto (Village Dance) (Dora Hristova, arr. Eugenia Georgieva) - 2:20
    6. Proshtavay, mamo (Farewell, Mother) (Kiril Todorov) - 2:29
    7. Malo selo (Small village) (trad., arr. Eugenia Georgieva) - 2:57
    8. Zalibih si edno libe (I've fallen in love with a sweetheart) (Ivan Tonchev) - 2:09
    9. Peperuda (Stoimen Dobrev, arr. Eugenia Georgieva/Stoimen Dobrev) - 3:52
    10. Po jutva (Harvest) (trad., Eugenia Georgieva/Stoimen Dobrev) - 4:54
    11. Izgreyala yasna zvezda (A bright star has risen) (Dora Hristova, arr. Eugenia Georgieva) - 1:27
    12. Angel i moma (Angel and maiden) (Lyrics: Eugenia Georgieva, Music: Stoimen Dobrev) - 3:21
    13. Velichanie Bogorodichno (Adoration of the Virgin) (trad., arr. Stoimen Dobrev) - 3:38
    14. Paune forkat (Peacocks are flying) (trad., arr. Eugenia Georgieva) - 2:51

    Total playing time: 40:45 min.

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  • Simo Lazarov The Hell The Trains Holocaust composition 1993 directed by Stefan Dimitrov

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    Simo Lazarov (Simon Lazar) is Bulgaria's first composer, performer and promoter of electronic music. He has specialized in several European studios and has taken part in many electronic and computer music festivals all over Europe and USA.
    He founded and directed the first Bulgarian studio for Electronic music at the Bulgarian National Radio (1973 - 1999). Since 1977 he has been a lecturer on sound engineering and electronic music at the Music Academy, Technical and Sofia's Universities. In 1996 he created a brand new programme-course on Computer Systems and Technologies in the Music at the New Bulgarian University.
    Over the years Simon Lazar has performed more than 2000 concerts. In recent years he has organized open-air concerts which are synthesis of the various arts, attracting large audiences for his contemporary music.
    He was co-initiator of the Festival for Electro-Acoustic, Electronic and Computer Music and of the multimedia forum Computer Space. In 1999 he created International Forum-Festival Computer Music Space witch is held in different countries.
    Simon Lazar has released 9 LP, 30 CD's, more than 80 soundtracks and 9 books. For 30-th year Anniversary of first Bulgarian Electronic Music Studio was released 30 CDs Special Edition - Anthology of his music. He has received many prizes and in 1995 was named Bulgarian Musician of the Year. He is a member of Bulgarian and Israeli Composers League and SEAH Czech Electro-Acoustic Composers.
    In 2008 Simon Lazar was named Artist of the Year of National Culture Center.

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