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Playlist of Petko Staynov

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  • Petko Staynov, Thracian Dances - Rachenitca - FORTISSIMO FEST 2012

    4:55

    Petko Staynov, Thracian Dances - Rachenitca, Maxim Eshkenazy - Conductor, Sofia Festival Orchestra, Music Under The Starry Sky, September 8, 2012, FORTISSIMO FEST America for Bulgaria

  • Petko Staynov , Thracian Dances Suite , No.2 Rachenitsa

    5:26

    Petko Staynov , Thracian Dances Suite (1925), No.2 Rachenitsa, Peter Dimitrov , Петко Стайнов , сюита Тракийски танци , Ръченица , Диригент Петър Димитров

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  • Petko Staynov, Fairy Tale, Symphonic suite

    32:37

    Petko Staynov, Fairy Tale, Symphonic suite (1930)

    1. Damn Them These Impassable Forest
    2. Dragon
    3. Lullaby
    4. Tom Thumb
    5. Winding Fairy Horo

    Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Vassil Stefanov, conductor


    Petko Staynov (1896–1977) was a Bulgarian composer and pianist. He enriched the Bulgarian musical culture and contributed considerably to its development. A composer of great creative talent, of wide musical and general culture, possessing a keen sense for the topical ideas of modern time, he dedicated his entire life and all his abilities to Bulgarian music and musical culture, and to the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

    At the age of six Staynov injured one of his eyes; as a result, the other eye was also infected. At 11 he lost his sight completely. He graduated from the Institute for the Blind in Sofia (1915), where his talent for music showed for the first time. Later he studied music with Andrei Stoyanov and made his initial attempts at composing. In 1920 he left for Germany for a year of studies at the Private Musical Lyceum in Braunschweig. In 1923 he graduated from the Dresden Musical Conservatory, majoring in composition under Alexander Wolf and in piano under Ernst Munch. Having returned to Kazanluk in 1925, he created his first major work: the Thracian Dances symphonic suite in three movements. He later added an additional movement to the suite, Mechkarsko (The Bear Warder's Dance, 1926).

    In 1927 he moved to Sofia and began teaching piano at the Institute for the Blind. Petko Staynov worked mainly in the genres of symphonic and choral music. Being equally talented in both, he generalised some trends in Bulgarian musical creativity and opened new vistas to its development. He adapted the European musical tradition to the Bulgarian way of thinking, to the abilities of both performers and listeners, to the natural process of advancement of the national music.

    The music on my channel is meant to introduce a large audience to music by unknown classical composers and unknown classical music by famous composers in the music period of about 1870 till about 1970.
    The program presents works by relatively unknown composers and unknown music by well-known composers and has no commercial purposes.
    Tens of thousands of people around the world learn about unknown music through our channel (educational task) and unite the people from the many countries who give their comments and reactions. If someone, for any reason, would deem that a video appearing in this channel violates the copyright, please inform us immediately before you submit a claim to YouTube, and it will be our care to remove immediately the video accordingly.

  • Petko Staynov - Ràchenitza.

    4:57

    The best students of Stanimir Uzunov accordion class - 1997 - 7.

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  • Софийска филхармония и Филхармония Пионер - Ръченица от Петко Стайнов

    5:41

    Концертен запис от зала България на 4 юни 2014 г. Диригент: Максим Ешкенази.

  • Petko Staynov

    7:28

    Paidushko i ruchenica from Tracian Dances by Petko Stainov,
    Pioneer Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor: Boris Spasov, Bulgaria Hall

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  • Petko Staynov - Ratchenitza from the suite Thracian dances

    7:52

    Live from the concert at the International Laureat Days Katya Popova in Pleven, Bulgaria. 04.10.2018

    Arrangement for accordion and strings - Ivaylo Dechkoff

    Sheet music available thanks to the Foundation Petko Gruev Staynov

  • Petko Staynov - Rachenitsa

    4:52

    National School for Music and Dance Dobrin Petkov - Plovdiv (Bulgaria), Symphony Orchestra - Conductor: Plamen Parvanov

  • Petko Staynov Rachenitsa Improvisation

    3:11

    Gala Concert, Bci London
    Cadogan Hall, London
    20th May 2016

    Theodosii Spassov - Kaval
    The Four Pianists - Ivan Yanakov, Jivko Petrov, Angel Zaberski, Georgi Cherkin
    Boris Taslev - Double Bass
    Dimitar Semov - Drums

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  • Thracian Dances Suite, Ruchenitsa - Petko Stainov

    5:39

    Comenius Orchestral Project Symphony Orchestra
    Plamen Nikolaev Parvanov, conductor
    SYMPHONIC CONCERT, Sala Multifuncional de Ciutadella, 27th April 2013

    Feel the music, live the Orchestral Project

  • The Best of Stoyanov and Staynov

    1:28:21

    Veselin Anastasov Stoyanov (Веселин Анастасов Стоянов) (20 April 1902 in Shumen – 29 June 1969 in Sofia) was a Bulgarian composer.
    In 1937 he began teaching and later became professor of music theory courses at the National Academy of Music (Bulgaria). Stoyanov raised the level of music theory teaching in Bulgaria.

    Petko Staynov (Bulgarian: Петко Стайнов; December 1, 1896 in Kazanlak – June 25, 1977) was a Bulgarian composer and pianist. He enriched the Bulgarian musical culture and contributed considerably to its development. A composer of great creative talent, of wide musical and general culture, possessing a keen sense for the topical ideas of modern time, he dedicated his entire life and all his abilities to Bulgarian music and musical culture, and to the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences.

  • Whatever I like - Ότι μου αρέσει Petko Staynov

    1:41

    Χορωδία Vassil Arnaoutov Σόφιας Βουλγαρίας
    Sofia Chamber Choir Vassil Arnaoutov
    Δημ. Θέατρο Κέρκυρας ΧΟΡΩΔΙΑΚΗ ΣΥΝΑΝΤΗΣΗ 28 Μάη 2005
    Corfu Municipal Theatre CHOIR FESTIVAL May 28, 2005

  • Petko Staïnov

    32:37

    Petko Staïnov (1896-1977) (Bulgaria)
    « Fairy Tale » symphonic suite (1930)
    Dir : Vassil Stefanov

    1- Damn Them These Impassable Forest (4.53)
    2- Dragon (8.05)
    3- Lullaby (9.40)
    4- Tom Thumb (4.57)
    5- Winding Fairy Horo (5.00)

    LIST OF UPLOADS OF COLLECTIONCB, COLLECTIONCB2, COLLECTIONCB3, COLLECTIONCB4
    and
    IDEAL DISCOTHEQUE OF MORE THAN 1,500 ORCHESTRAL WORKS OF FEELINGS :

  • Dance and Ruchenica

    6:50

    Dance from Five Scatches by Marin Goleminov.
    Ruchenica from Trakiiski Tanci by Petko Stainov
    Our own arrangements for three guitars. Recorded at Meng Concert Hall, Bob Minor Engineer

  • Petko Stainov - Ruchenitsa

    5:27

    General Rehearsal
    Conductor: Milen Apostolov
    Orchestra: Sinfonietta Shumen

  • Dance: Ratchenitza

    1:06

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Dance: Ratchenitza · Bulgarians from Sofia Region

    Constantin Brailoiu: The World Collection of Folk Music, Recorded Between 1913 and 1953, Vol. 2: Eastern Europe & Salonika

    ℗ 2009 VDE-GALLO

    Released on: 2012-07-09

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Petko Stainov - Rachenitsa

    5:42

    Performed by: High School of Music and Dance Art Orchestra, Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Conductor - Arto Tchiftchian. Live performance.

  • Classical | BNR SO - Thracian Dances Suite: II.MechkarskiTants - BNR

    8:46

    BNR Music - official project of the Bulgarian National Radio!
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    Listen to YouTube the new album presented by the Bulgarian National Radio – „Balyozov - Stoykov – Taneva: Works for Two Pianos“.
    Listen to wonderful:
    Six pieses from “Bulgarian Dances, Edition 2”, composed by Nikolay Stoykov! Soloists - Antoaneta Zlatareva and Maria Vitanova.
    Bells for two pianos from Rumen Bayraktarov! Soloists - Desislava Shtereva and Evgenia Simeonova!
    Changes on a Theme by Paganini by Rumen Balyozov! Soloists - Rada Chomakova and Avgustina Hristova.
    And all five parts from “Cinderella Suite for two pianos” from Borislava Taneva! Soloists - Borislava Taneva and Iliya Chernaev.
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    Orchestra: The Symphony Orchestra of the Bulgarian National Radio
    Conductor: Ruslan Raychev
    Composer: Petko Staynov
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  • Hayde bre , Yano Petko Staynov TPKD Dernek Korosu Şef : Prof. Mustafa Apaydın

    2:13

  • Petko Staïnov - Râtchenitsa / Ръченица

    5:35

    Petko Staïnov (1896-1977), България

    - Thracian Dances / Les Danses de Thrace

    Bulgarian National Radio Folk Orchestra
    Ruslan Raychev
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  • Petko Stainov - Rachenitza

    4:55

    Accordiomania

  • Петко Стайнов - Мечкарски танц и Ръченица - трио Арденца; Ardenza trio - Petko Staynov

    10:47

    Трио Арденца:
    Галина Койчева - цигулка
    Константин Евтимов - виолончело
    Даниела Дикова - пиано
    Петко Стайнов - Мечкарски танц и Ръченица, обработка за клавирно трио Джефри Дийн

  • Choir of the Blind Acad. Petko Staynov – Rachenitsa – Petko Staynov

    5:38

  • Петко Стайнов -Тракийски Танц

    4:25

    Bulgaria -PLOVDIV - Trakiiski Tanc -Petko Stainov

  • Petko Staynov: Rachenitsa - Barreto Piano Trio

    5:57

    Barreto Piano Trio:
    Pedro Barreto (violin) - Davi Barreto (cello) - Nara Vasconcelos (piano)
    Live Recording at the Charity Concert
    British Residence
    Sofia - Bulgaria 10 June 2010.

  • De bre Dimo - Petko Staynov

    2:10

    De bre Dimo - Petko Staynov
    Де бре Димо - Петко Стайнов
    concert 21.05.2013
    conductor: Pascale Van Os
    Bouwel, Belgium

  • Ela se vie previva - Petko Staynov

    2:42

    Ela se vie previva - Petko Staynov
    Ела се вие превива - Петко Стайнов
    concert 21.05.2013
    conductor: Pascale Van Os
    solo: Kathleen Hadermann
    Bouwel, Belgium

  • Petko Staynov- Pechalniyat mi brat

    5:04

    Petko Staynov- Печалният ми брат
    Valentina Slavova- Trendafilova- sopran
    Ivailo Vasilev- flute
    Jossif Guerdjikov- piano

  • Izrasla e trepetlika

    1:02

    From Europa Cantat Festival Utrecht (2009) - Atelier b5: Rythms of Balkan conducted by Theodora Pavlovitch.
    Composer: Petko Staynov

  • Viktor Chuchkov - Petko Stainov Rachenitsa

    6:50

    Viktor Chuchkov plays phenomenal Petko Stainov's Rachenitsa in Rousse, Bulgaria
    Conductor Stefan Nedyalkov with Rousse Philharmonic Orchestra 05.05.09

  • Ela se vie - Petko Staynov

    3:02

    Gimnazijsko Pevačko Društvo 1838 Novi Sad

    Koncert u Gimnaziji J. J. Zmaj 29. 10. 2012.

  • Петко Стайнов - Ръченица - Petko Stainov

    5:19

    Ръченица - изпълнява Гвардейски представителен духов оркестър с главен диригент на Българската армия - майор Ради Радев

  • Choir of the Blind Acad. Petko Staynov - Great Doxology – Apostol Nikolaev Strumski

    9:38

    Хор на слепите Академик Петко Стайнов. Диригент: Петър Матев. Велико славословие – А. Н. Струмски. Солист: Антон Петров. Концерт във Wienerwalddom, Айхграбен, Австрия, 03.11.2018 г.
    Choir of the Blind Academician Petko Staynov. Conductor: Petar Matev. Great Doxology – A. N. Strumski. Soloist: Anton Petrov. Concert in Wienerwalddom, Eichgraben, Austria, 03.11.2018.

  • Ела се вие, превива Петко Стайнов * Ela se vie, previva Petko Staynov

    5:58

    Ела се вие, превива
    музика: Петко Стайнов
    Национален филхармоничен хор Светослав Обретенов
    солист: Гина Колева - сопран
    диригент: Славил Димитров

    Ela se vie, previva
    music by Petko Staynov
    Svetoslav Obretenov Bulgarian National Philharmonic Choir
    soloist: Gina Koleva - soprano
    conducted by Slavil Dimitrov

  • Maskarlad ◀✖ The Mutex Event 01.11 @ Petko Staynov 3

    1:16

    The Mutex Event
    Presents:

    MASKARLAD

    Едно от най-очакваните събития във Варна!
    Ще трансофмираме стар кино салон заедно с прилежаща зала с остъклен таван в едно от най-яките партита в морската столица!

    3 ROOMS / 24 DJ's

    ПЪРВА ЗАЛА
    BORG, IVAYLO, DEEP GEORGE, TEE KAY, MARCON, MARTIN GREEN, MITACH, ANYOS

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    INERT, PLEXIBLE, VLADIN, BLAGOV, ZOOL, KOZIN, KENNY K, YAVOR GOLEMANOV

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    За повече информация:




    We are transforming an old cinema theatre along with a second glass roofed hall into the best electronic dance music event party in Varna!

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    INERT, PLEXIBLE, VLADIN, BLAGOV, ZOOL, KOZIN, KENNY K, YAVOR GOLEMANOV

    Room 3
    JIJO, EMOTION, NICOOLY, IVO BUT NOT, MC T

  • Chamber choir of BAS - Petko Staynov - De bre, Dimo

    2:27

    Chamber Choir BAS participates in concert for the anniversary of the composer Petko Staynov, Conductor: Mariya Valchanova-Lyubenova (10.12.2011)

    Камерен хор към БАН на концерт по случай годишнина на композитора Петко Стайнов, диригент: Мария Вълчанова-Любенова (10.12.2011)

  • Viktor Chuchkov Paraphrase after Rachenitza from Petko Staynovs Trakia Dances

    9:01

    Viktor Chuchkov - Paraphrase after Rachenitza from Petko Staynov's Trakia Dances - Performed by composer himself prof. Viktor Chuchkov with Varna Symphony Orhestra, conductor Francesco Lanzillotta, on 19 February 2010 in Varna Opera Hall

  • choirPetko StainovArnissi M Theodorakis

    3:17

    choir''Petko Stainov''Arnissi M.Theodorakis-Karpenissi Greece-2009

  • Lyubomir Pipkov - Symphony No. 4 / Tsenov Chamber Ensemble

    26:01

    Lyubomir Pipkov - Symphony No. 4, Op. 74 for String Orchestra (1970)

    TSENOV CHAMBER ENSEMBLE
    Guerguan Tsenov, music director
    Lincoln Center, New York, May 29, 2015

    Lyubomir Pipkov (1904-1974) was one of the most important representatives of the second generation of Bulgarian composers, along with composers such as Dimitar Nenov, Pancho Vladigerov and Petko Staynov. In the early 1920s (still as a student at the Sofia State Music Academy) Pipkov made his début with chamber pieces in the style of Chopin, Schumann, Debussy and Ravel, while in the First String Quartet (1928), having mastered the principles and forms of the European tradition, he moved to embrace Bulgarian folk music. Later he continued his musical training at École Normale in Paris (1926-32), studying composition with Paul Dukas, piano with Yvonne Léfébure, and music history with Nadia Boulanger. During these Paris years he took on board new genres while endorsing a typically Bulgarian epic sense of drama, an example being Jana's Nine Brothers (Янините девет братя,1932), a work that was in effect the first Bulgarian classical opera. His vocal-orchestral Wedding (Сватба,1935), marks the beginning of the cantata in Bulgarian music, while the equally innovative First Symphony (1940) served to summarize the achievements of his first period.

    The second phase in his output spans the 1940s and the first half of the 50s. His epic dramatic style is developed and perfected, particularly in the opera Momchil (Момчил,1943), and in Symphony no.2 (1955) this gives rise to his most accomplished orchestral writing yet. At this juncture in his career Pipkov extended his teaching activities and assumed a higher public profile, and as an adjudicator and representative of the Union of Bulgarian Composers he travelled extensively throughout Europe.

    In addition to their expressiveness and strong sense of drama, the works from the mid-1950s onwards convey the spirit of optimism. This is particularly true of Oratorio for our Time (Оратория на нашето време,1959) and Muted Songs (Приглушени песни,1972). The Fourth Symphony (1970) is highly individual, while the piano piece Spring Caprices (Пролетни приумици,1972) revisits compositional ideas from earlier works.

  • Choir of the Blind Acad. Petko Staynov – Korogod – Akos Banlaky

    2:18

  • Rachenitsa - Petko Stainov

    5:57

    Lovech Guitar Orchestra 25th Anniversary Concert

  • George Petko and the Soulshifters

    6:04

    Performing their song,I'll Take My Time, Live @ The Casbah Lounge, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Keyboard player Greg Brisco couldn't make it that night. Dan Kolthof,drums and Kevin Christoff, bass.

  • Thracian Dance

    7:00

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Thracian Dance · Andreas Brunn, Vladimir Karparow,

    Transversal

    ℗ 2006 Laika-Records

    Released on: 2006-11-28

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

  • Ръченица

    4:37

    01.11.2011г.

  • Веселин Стоянов - Гротскна симфонична сюита Бай Ганю

    26:26

    Веселин Стоянов (1902 - 1969)
    Гротскна симфонична сюита Бай Ганю (1941)
    Варненска филхармония, дир.Иван Маринов

  • Емил Димитров - На брега на тихата Марица

    2:58

  • Maskarlad ◀✖ The Mutex Event BDAY BAS 27.12 @ Petko Staynov 3

    1:15

    The Mutex Event 1st BDAY
    Presents:

    MASKARLAD

    Без съмнение най-голямото събитие на варненската електронна сцена! 27.12.2014 Една година The Mutex Event

    Line up:
    Jazzle, Flower of Life, Marcon, Martin Green, Deep George, Borg

    Zlatin, Dessy, Zool, Inert 2 Plexible, Vladin, Kozin

    Jijo, Emotion, Ivo But Not, The Phantom, Inspecta

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  • Classical | BNR SO - Thracian Dances Suite: IV. Rachenitsa - BNR

    5:40

    BNR Music - official project of the Bulgarian National Radio!
    ► Contact for Licensing: bnradioofficial@gmail.com
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    Listen to YouTube the new album presented by the Bulgarian National Radio – „Balyozov - Stoykov – Taneva: Works for Two Pianos“.
    Listen to wonderful:
    Six pieses from “Bulgarian Dances, Edition 2”, composed by Nikolay Stoykov! Soloists - Antoaneta Zlatareva and Maria Vitanova.
    Bells for two pianos from Rumen Bayraktarov! Soloists - Desislava Shtereva and Evgenia Simeonova!
    Changes on a Theme by Paganini by Rumen Balyozov! Soloists - Rada Chomakova and Avgustina Hristova.
    And all five parts from “Cinderella Suite for two pianos” from Borislava Taneva! Soloists - Borislava Taneva and Iliya Chernaev.
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    Orchestra: The Symphony Orchestra of the Bulgarian National Radio
    Conductor: Ruslan Raychev
    Composer: Petko Staynov
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  • Sveta Paraskeva Academic Choir @ Ohrid Choir Festival 2011

    2:59

    1. Rachenitsa
    Composer: Dobri Hristov (1875 - 1941)

    2. Shto mi e milo i drago - folk song harmonised for men's choir (1932) by Petko Staynov (1896 - 1977)

    Performed by: Sveta Paraskeva Academic Choir at the National Academy of Arts
    Conductor: Galina Lukanova

  • Pro Ars in Sofia

    5:27

    Pro Ars chamber choir
    Conductor: Sasho Tatarchevski
    Petko Staynov international festival 2018
    Sofia university, ceremonial hall

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