This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn more

Playlist of Religion in Bulgaria

x
  • Religion in Bulgaria: state of play in 2019 #artcastradio 2019 ep.1

    50:07

    Welcome again here on #ArtCastRadio.

    This is the first episode of our new 2019 format. This time we will take you to hear interesting voices about religion here in Bulgaria and how the three major faiths (Orthodox Christian, Muslim and Jewish) have been living together for many centuries.
    We interviewed ordinary people and listened to experts to get a more detailed picture.
    Good listening!

    ALL THE SONGS ARE IN CREATIVE COMMONS USAGE
    Thanks to:



    Relaxing Piano Music by Kevin MacLeod (

    Licence: CC BY (

    Junkyard Storytellaz from Fugue

    Gabriel from Fugue



    Hard Boiled by Kevin MacLeod (

    Licence: CC BY (

    Aspen Grove from Fugue

  • Prayer for religious freedom in Bulgaria

    53

  • x
  • Saint Emilianos of Bulgaria

    3:25

    Feasts and Saints (English)
    July 18

  • PRAY for BULGARIA: Past Month of Evangelical Protests Recap

    2:45

    European Union and United Nations report on Government Restrictions of Religious Freedom in BULGARIA

  • x
  • CBN News: Bulgarian Christians protest religious freedom restrictions

    5:04

    CBN News: Bulgarian Christians protest religious freedom restrictions

  • United Nations report on Government Restrictions of Religious Freedom in Bulgaria

    2:17

  • x
  • The monument of Ronnie James Dio in Kavarna, Bulgaria

    1:05

    On October 23, 2010 officially opened the first monument to the legendary Ronnie James Dio in Kavarna, Bulgaria The event was attended Steve Minard - manager of his team and Simon Wright - former drummer of AC / DC in the period 1983 - 1989 and 1989 - Dio drummer.

    Authors of the memorial, built with the donation campaign is Alexander Petrov and Krasimir Krastev-Lomski. The monument is high more than two meters and weighs 250 kilograms.

  • switchstance-religion

    2:36

    skacore bulgaria switchstance

  • CRIMINAL ART OF WAR - BULGARIA

    15:03

    Our success as a nation is not measured by how many years we have governed or how many wars we have won. It is measured by the quality of life, which we have created for the society that our ideals were founded upon.We live in a world, where governments destroy freedom, the press destroys information, religion destroys morals and banks destroy the economies.We are stuck in a generation, where loyalty is just a tattoo, love is a quote and lying is the new truth.Our society today is composed of two great classes: those who have more dinners than appetite, and those who have more appetite than dinners. That's why society must use every means at its disposal to defend itself against the emergence of a parallel power which defies the elected power. Every nation needs a strong leader...WE...need a strong leader...

    Music created and Video directed by Criminal Art Of War

    Special Thanks to The Sunshine Doctor


    for her hard and highly skilled work over the subtitles for this project.
    Thank You Mills!

  • x
  • Dimitar Luchev - zlatnite teleta 1

    48:50

    Dimitar Luchev is a Theology Teacher and a Pastor of the Awakening Church in the town of Stara Zagora, Bulgaria. He is one of the most successful Preachers in Bulgaria today.

  • Gamma Ray - Blood Religion, Live in Sofia, Bulgaria, 27.03.2014

    4:02

  • Who Sang It Better : Rauf Faik - детство

    2:22

    Hey, thank you so much for watching this video. Be sure to check out the artists featured in the video!

    And don't forget to subs our channel at
    We are nothing without your subscribe :D

    Credit video here! Don't forget to subscribe them
    Turkey :
    Russia :
    Lebanon:
    Bulgaria :
    Germany :
    Ukraine :

    SUPPORT ME ▹
    ‣ DONATIONS
    - support the channel? You can donate here! -
    -

    √ The video comes under 'Fair Use' according to Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976. All the visual-content belongs to their respective owners.

    √ALL RIGHTS BELONG TO THEIR RESPECTIVE OWNERS. IF YOU WANT A VIDEO TAKEN DOWN PLEASE EMAIL ME OR JUST BLOCK THE VIDEO WORLDWIDE

    Email : Wsibmusic@gmail.com

    #WhoSangItBetter #Rauf Faik #детство #детствоCover
    #musicOn #wsib #coverbattle

  • Bulgaria - Defrage

    4:38

    Defrage Nova Rock13

  • Седемте Престола манастир The Seven Altars Monastery

    6:21

    The Seven Altars (Bulgarian: Седемте престола, Sedemte prestola), officially the Monastery of the Most Holy Mother of God (Bulgarian: Манастир „Света Богородица, Manastir „Sveta Bogoroditsa) is a Bulgarian Orthodox monastery of the Eparchy of Sofia, situated in the western Balkan Mountains, on the border between Sofia Province and Vratsa Province. It is located in the valley of the Gabrovnitsa River, on the way from Eliseyna through the Iskar Gorge to the village of Osenovlag, Sofia Province, at the foot of Izdremets Peak (1492 m). It is one of the 100 Tourist Sites of Bulgaria.
    History:
    A legend says that the short-lived Bulgarian tsar Peter Delyan (Peter II) died in the monastery, which was a temporary capital of Bulgaria. According to the same legend, the brother of the Bulgarian monarch became the first abbot of the holy cloister.
    The monastery is more popular with its unofficial name The Seven Altars because of its unique church. The legend says that seven boyars established seven villages in the close proximity of the monastery — Osenovlag, Ogoya, Ogradishte, Bukovets, Leskovdol, Zhelen and Lakatnik. There are seven chapels (altars) in the church[1] and experts[who?] claim that there is no other Bulgarian church of this kind. There is evidence that the monastery existed in the 16th century.
    On the north side of the monastery there are ruins of a fortress, which local people call the Latin Stronghold. Parts of its stone wall can be seen from the steep pathway starting from the monastery. The monastery's gate was taken from these remains.
    Another legend says that during the Ottoman Age the monastery was demolished and set on fire. Valchan gathered the voivodes. They decided to build the monastery. The voivodes were seven: Valchan Voyvoda, Father Martin, Spiros Dimitar, Malenko the Serb, Emin Bey, Ali Bey and Petar. The church was built with seven altars in their honour. Valchan's idea was actually to hide the entrance to the fortress. Down in its vault a Roman treasure was hidden.
    St Sophronius of Vratsa, bishop of the Eparchy of Vratsa, lived and officiated in the monastery, which was part of his diocese at the time.
    Geography:
    The monastery is situated only 86 km away from Sofia, which makes it a popular weekend destination. It offers sleeping accommodation and a large dining-room for gatherings.
    The Seven Altars Monastery can be reached by car from Eliseyna in the Iskar Gorge. Eliseyna is 42 km away from Sofia, on the Sofia ring-road through Novi Iskar, and 46 km from Mezdra. Only passenger trains stop at this station. The distance to the monastery is about 10--12 km. There is a bus to the monastery that waits for the train every evening. The road to the Seven Altars runs through the middle of Eliseyna, across the railway.
    The road to the monastery quite narrow, but asphalt-paved. The grave of the famous Bulgarian children's writer Zmey Goryanin (1905--1958)—author of 50 books and brochures—is in the yard, behind the church. There are sequoias planted in the monastery yard, the roots of which have started cracking the walls.


  • Ronnie James Dio - Rare Interview on Religion & The Meaning of The Holy Diver 4k 60fps

    10:52

    Ronnie James Dio is interviewed on the meaning of The Holy Diver & what Religion means to him.


    #RonnieJamesDio #Dio #Metal

  • Tengri☪Shamanist Chanting☪Clear Mind and Soul GÖKTÜRKs Hungarians

    4:16

    Tengrism (sometimes spelled Tengriism), occasionally referred to as Tengrianism, is a Central Asian religion characterized by features of shamanism, animism, totemism, both polytheism and monotheism,[1][2][3][4][5] and ancestor worship. Historically, it was the prevailing religion of the Turks, Mongols, and Hungarians, as well as the Xiongnu and the Huns.[6][7] It was the state religion of the five ancient Turkic states: Göktürk Khaganate, Western Turkic Khaganate, Great Bulgaria, Bulgarian Empire and Eastern Tourkia (Khazaria). In Irk Bitig, Tengri is mentioned as Türük Tängrisi (God of Turks).[8] The term is perceived among Turkic peoples as referring to a national religion.

    As a modern revival, Tengrism has been advocated among intellectual circles of the Turkic nations of Central Asia, including Tatarstan, Buryatia, Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan, in the years following the dissolution of the Soviet Union (1990s to present).[9] It is still actively practiced and undergoing an organised revival in Sakha, Khakassia, Tuva, and other Turkic nations in Siberia. Burkhanism is a movement kindred to Tengrism concentrated in Altay.

    Khukh and Tengri literally mean blue and sky in Mongolian and modern Mongolians still pray to Munkh Khukh Tengri (Eternal Blue Sky). Therefore, Mongolia is sometimes poetically referred to by Mongolians as the Land of Eternal Blue Sky (Munkh Khukh Tengriin Oron in Mongolian). In modern Turkey Tengriism is also known as the Göktanrı dini, Sky God religion,[10] Turkish Gök (sky) and Tanrı (God) corresponding to the Mongolian khukh (blue) and Tengri (sky), respectively.

    According to Hungarian archaeological research, the religion of the Hungarians before Christianity (until the end of the 10th century) was Tengrism


    Göktanrı,Turan,Göktürk,Tengri,Chanting,Powerful,Mongol throat,monks,buddism,Turks,Religion of Turkic peoples,Kratais,zeus,mythology

  • Music of the Eastern Orthodox Church Bulgarian Chant | Източна православна църква Българска музика

    24:37

    Music of the Eastern Orthodox Church Bulgarian Chant With A Most Beautiful Churches Art and Painting Video Film & Pictures - Mannerchor Kukusel Der Engelsstimmige Sofia | Very Calm & Relaxing Music May G-d Bless You :-)
    Музика на източноправославната църква български Песента с най-красиви църкви - Mannerchor Kukusel Der Engel Stimmige София
    Upload & Video Edit By Genia

  • Sociogenesis - International Humanist and Ethical Union

    11:03

    Music: Merkaba Meditation by David Ison ,The Chakra Sound System -

    Images: Personnel graphic compositions

    New Online Edition of the Freedom of Thought Report -

    The new Online Edition brings the entire report online for the first time. The website at freethoughtreport.com contains interactive pages for every country in the world.
    The world’s only global report focusing on discrimination and persecution faced by the non-religious has a new Online Edition, launched on 6th December at the European Parliament.

    The Freedom of Thought Report, produced by the International Humanist and Ethical Union (IHEU), records discrimination and persecution against humanists, atheists, and the non-religious, with a country-by-country assessment.

    President of the IHEU, Andrew Copson, said :This is a tremendous development for the Report, and it comes at a crucial juncture in world affairs. … the rights and equality of the non-religious are under threat and there is an upsurge in the suppression of humanist values more broadly. Serious damage is being done to the brand of democracy, to secularism, and there are new threats to all our liberties.

    This year the report also examines the trend toward populist parties and leaders, and how they are linked to a new breed of traditionalist and religious authoritarianism. With examples from recent presidential elections in Bulgaria, Moldova, the United States, and current governments including Poland and Hungary, the report’s Editor, Bob Churchill, draws attention to the very real risk in some countries that under nationalistic populism the rights of the liberal religious and the non-religious to manifest certain humanist values may be degraded or even lost.


    The Online Edition has a country-by-country index, with information on each nation’s upholding of freedom of thought and expression for the non-religious, as we as broader considerations around discrimination, human rights, democracy and secularism.

    The latest edition of the Report finds that there are laws against blasphemy or similar restrictions on free expression about religion in at least 59 countries where it is punishable with a prison term or in some cases by death. There are laws against apostasy (leaving from or converting religion) in 22 countries. At least 13 countries provide for the use of the death penalty for blasphemy or apostasy.

    The Freedom of Thought Report is published at

  • Easter 2009 Sts. Cyril and Methody Cathedral Bulgarian Orthodox Church Toronto

    20:42

    In memory of my father, Christo.

    All are welcome in this church, Bulgarians and Macedonians. IF WE DO NOT FORGIVE ONE ANOTHER, THEN CHRIST WILL NOT FORGIVE US ON JUDGEMENT DAY.

    Macedono-Bulgarian Eastern Orthodox Cathedral
    237 Sackville Street (Dundas St. E.), Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

    Rev. Valeri Choumarov is the priest.

    Head of the world-wide Bulgarian church is Patriarch Simeon Nikolov Dimitrov, in Sofia Bulgaria, authorized by the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, the Great Church of Christ, 325 AD., directly traceable to the apostles and Jesus Christ.

  • Defrage in Bulgaria, driving to Serbia

    1:27

    In Bulgaria we had 3 concerts.

  • x
  • 27th Ramadan - Nasheeds in Chepintsi, Bulgaria

    14:33

    27th Ramadan /supposed Laylat al-Qadr/

    Chepintsi Central Mosque, Bulgaria

  • Igor Shabov - New Religion

    3:53

    New Release from Igor Shabov New Religion on Universal Music Bulgaria
    Music & Lyrics - Igor Shabov
    Arrangement - Kiril Marichko
    2011 Universal Music Bulgaria

  • Cristmas sermon for JESUS birday, 23.12.2012, ELIN PELIN CHURCH, BULGARIA

    31:52

  • NoiseForce play Robot Religion Live@Bar of The end of The Universe Sofia Bulgaria 24.01.2011

    3:19

  • Beny Hinn with Bulgarian pastors-Marsey,France-1

    11:08

  • ELIN PELIN CHURCH-- DRAMA-5, 26.12.2012, BULGARIA

    16:08

  • Ronnie James Dios Statue in Kavarna, Bulgaria

    57

    Ronnie James Dio's Statue in Kavarna, Bulgaria

  • bulgaria islam

    2:14

    Bulgaria islam

  • Wendy Dio: What the World Doesnt Know About Ronnie James Dio

    1:48

    If you're new, Subscribe! →

    Ronnie James Dio's widow, Wendy Dio, recalls fascinating facts that the world may not know about the metal icon.

    Go here →
    Like us →
    Follow us →
    Get our newsletter →

  • ПРОТЕСТЪТ ПРОДЪЛЖАВА

    36:19

    Evangelical Protest Against New Religious Law in Bulgaria

  • The Big Four - Interview About Ronnie James Dio

    6:16

    Scott Ian, Lars Ulrich, Dave Mustaine and Kerry King speak about Ronnie James Dio, taken at Sonisphere Festival in Sofia, Bulgaria. 22 June, 2010. In Full HD!

  • Supertramp - Live in Bulgaria 01.07.2014 Roger Hodgson Breakfast in America 1080p ᴴᴰ

    48:08

    Supertramp Live in Bulgaria 01.07.2014 Roger Hodgson Breakfast in America
    On stage:
    Roger Hodgson - Keyboard. 12 String Guitar. Grand Piano. Lead Vocals
    Aaron Macdonald - Saxophone. Harmonica. Keyboard. Vocals
    Bryan Head - Drummer
    Kevin Adamson - Keyboards. Piano. Backing Vocals
    David J. Carpenter - Bass. Backing Vocals

    Setlist:
    00:00 Intro
    00:39 Take the Long Way Home (Composer Roger Hodgson)
    05:16 School (co-written by Roger Hodgson and Rick Davies)
    10:20. Breakfast in America (Composer Roger Hodgson)
    13:52 The Logical Song (Composer Roger Hodgson)
    18:22 Lord Is It Mine (Composer Roger Hodgson)
    22:06 If Everyone Was Listening (Composer Roger Hodgson)
    26:04 Child of Vision (Composer Roger Hodgson)
    32:23 Presentation of the group
    33:38 Dreamer (Composer Roger Hodgson)

    Encore:
    38:42 Give a Little Bit (Composer Roger Hodgson)
    43:05 It's Raining Again (Composer Roger Hodgson)

  • Theosis - Holy Byzantium

    4:03

    athonitetestimony.com
    ---------------------------------------------
    Byzantine music did not disappear after the fall of Constantinople. Its traditions continued under the Patriarchate of Constantinople which was annexed by the Islamic Ottoman ruler Sultan Mehmed II in 1453, and granted administrative responsibilities over all Orthodox Christians. During the decline of the Ottoman Empire in the 19th century, burgeoning splinter nations in the Balkans declared autonomy or autocephaly against the Ecumenical Patriarchate. The new self-declared patriarchates were independent nations defined by their religion. In this context, Christian religious chant practiced in the Ottoman empire, Bulgaria and Greece among other nations, was based on the historical roots of the art tracing back to the Byzantine Empire, while the music of the Patriarchate created during the Ottoman period was often regarded as post-Byzantine.

  • Mariana Popova - New Religion

    4:31

  • ILLUMENIUM - Save Us From Religion

    4:09

    Music video by ILLUMENIUM performing Save Us From Religion from album Jackal. LYRICS BELOW! NEW ALBUM UNDERDOGS OUT SOON! TAKE A PEEK @

    Our homepage:

    Youtube channel:

    Official Facebook page:

    \\LYRICS//

    YOU PRAY WITH ALL YOUR TEARS IN FRONT OF FORM
    THE FORM WAS MADE TO DECLARE THE WAR
    BRAINWASH STILL UNITE SO MANY SHEEP
    DIE IS CAST TONIGHT
    I PRAY TOWARDS DIVINE

    SAVE US FROM RELIGION
    SAVE US FROM THE PRISON
    THIS IS MY CONFESSION
    THIS IS MY PRAYER
    GIVE US LITTLE FREEDOM
    GIVE US LITTLE REASON
    TO LIVE WITHOUT THE FEARS
    TO DIE WITHOUT THE TEARS
    ONE TRUTH
    NO RELIGION

    YOU FALL ON YOUR KNEES BEFORE THE FORM
    BUT FORM WAS MADE TO COLLECT THE CASH
    SMELL OF INCENSE STILL DECEIVE THE CROWDS
    FAT IN FIRE TONIGHT
    I PRAY TOWARDS DIVINE

    SAVE US FROM RELIGION
    SAVE US FROM THE PRISON
    THIS IS MY CONFESSION
    THIS IS MY PRAYER
    GIVE US LITTLE FREEDOM
    GIVE US LITTLE REASON
    TO LIVE WITHOUT THE FEARS
    TO DIE WITHOUT THE TEARS
    ONE TRUTH
    NO RELIGION

    THAT NIGHT…

    MENE MENE TEKEL UPHARSINE
    SAVE US FROM RELIGION
    SAVE US FROM THE PRISON

    SAVE US FROM RELIGION
    SAVE US FROM THE PRISON
    THIS IS MY CONFESSION
    THIS IS MY PRAYER
    GIVE US LITTLE FREEDOM
    GIVE US LITTLE REASON
    TO LIVE WITHOUT THE FEARS
    TO DIE WITHOUT THE TEARS
    ONE TRUTH
    NO RELIGION

  • Interview with Jagdev Singh at Namdhari Seeds

    12:39

    Interview with Jagdev Singh at Namdhari Seeds

  • MACEDONIA-ISLAM

    5:11

    THE LAND OF MACEDONIA IS MUSLIM ..
    ISLAM MACEDONIA

  • Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody

    5:20

    This weekend marks the 40th Anniversary of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’. With over 6.5 million copies sold worldwide to date, ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is one of the world’s most well known and well loved songs.

    The single has been covered by everyone from Kanye West during his 2015 controversial Glastonbury headline slot, Axl Rose, Elton John and Pink to The Flaming Lips and Elaine Paige and forever immortalized again by Mike Myers and Dana Carvey in the smash hit 90’s film, Wayne’s World.

    To mark the anniversary, this weekend kicks off a month of celebrations and unique opportunities for fans to get involved all over the world.

    From the 2012 DVD 'Hungarian Rhapsody: Queen Live In Budapest', a concert filmed at the huge Népstadion in Hungary, on July 27th 1986.

    Subscribe to the official Queen channel Here
    Watch more:

    About Queen:
    Welcome to the official Queen channel. Subscribe today for exclusive Queen videos, including live shows, interviews, music videos & much more.

    Connect with Queen Online:
    Visit the official Queen Website:
    Follow Queen on Instagram:
    Like Queen on Facebook:
    Follow Queen on Twitter:

    Queen - Bohemian Rhapsody (Live In Budapest, 1986)

  • Assyrian Eastern Orthodox Father Daniel Azizov from Rostov

    4:40

    Father Daniel Azizov is an Assyrian Orthodox priest from Rostov, Russia

  • The Prophet - My Religion #tbt 2010

    6:21

    The Prophet - My Religion (Original Mix)

    The Hardstyle Musicz - Go Hard Or Go Home
    ▪Subscribe:
    ▪Facebook:

    ✔Download here:
    ✔Wallpaper:

    Follow The Prophet:





    ▪Submit your tracks:
    (via message)
    -Note: You can only submit tracks if you're the original artist.

  • Cristina Scabbia Explains Her View On Religion

    1:46

    Cristina explains her views on religion via Snapchat and it's pretty awesome.

  • Grandpa Dobri - The most humble man on earth

    6:16

    The song in this video is Voices by Falling Up. You can buy it here You can also buy my personal album here.

    ~~ DESCRIPTION BELOW~~
    This 96 years old man walks on foot every day from the village Baylovo to Sofia (43 km) whether it is winter or summer, even in the largest cold and freez, wearing only into old raunchy national clothes. He received the minimum pension of 200 leva (100 Euro), but until now he has donated 36,000 leva to Elenitsa monastery, 7 000 leva to Seven Saints church, 11 000 to Saints Cyril and Methodius church, and 37 400 lv to Alexander Nevski cathedral (the largest giver since the last bulgarian Tsar).

  • Eurovision 2018 vs 2019

    13:31

    ► Hello and welcome to my personal ESC 2018 vs ESC 2019 battle! In this video I will showcase my personal favourite from the countries that participated in both 2018 and 2019.

    ► I hope you enjoy the video and if you do, feel free to like, subscribe or leave a comment!

    ► Credits:
    Intro: ScottFeuerhelmFilms
    Intro song: All my love by Major Lazer ft. Ariana Grande
    Flags: Dreval Maxim
    All rights go to their respective owners. I do not own anything.

    ► Eurovision is a place for everyone, regardless of differences in race, nationality, identity, sexual preference, religion or opinion. Therefore, disrespectful or rude comments will be deleted immediately.

    ► 2018 songs:
    Albania: Eugent Bushpepa - Mall
    Armenia: Sevak Khanagyan - Qami
    Australia: Jessica Mauboy - We got love
    Austria: Cesár Sampson - Nobody but you
    Azerbaijan: Aisel - X my heart
    Belarus: Alekseev - Forever
    Belgium: Sennek - A matter of time
    Bulgaria: EQUINOX - Bones
    Croatia: Franka Batelic - Crazy
    Cyprus: Eleni Foureira - Fuego
    Czech Republic: Mikolas Josef - Lie to me
    Denmark: Rasmussen - Higher ground
    Estonia: Elina Nechayeva - La Forza
    Finland: Saara Aalto - Monsters
    France: Madame Monsieur - Mercy
    FYR Macedonia: Eye Cue - Lost and found
    Georgia: Iriao - For you / Sheni Gulistvis
    Germany: Michael Schulte - You let me walk alone
    Greece: Gianna Terzi - Oneiro mou
    Hungary: AWS - Viszlát nyár
    Iceland: Ari Ólafsson - Our choice
    Israel: Netta - TOY
    Ireland: Ryan O'Shaughnessy - Together
    Italy: Ermal Meta & Fabrizio Moro - Non mi avete fatto niente
    Latvia: Laura Rizzotto - Funny girl
    Lithuania: Ieva Zasimauskaite - When we're old
    Malta: Christabelle - Taboo
    Moldova: Doredos - My lucky day
    Montenegro: Vanja Radavanovic - Inje
    Netherlands: Waylon - Outlaw in 'em
    Norway: Alexander Rybak - That's how you write a song
    Poland: Gromee ft. Lukas Meijer - Light me up
    Portugal: Claúdia Pascoal - O jardim
    Romania: The Humans - Goodbye
    Russia: Julia Samoylova - I won't break
    San Marino: Jessika - Who we are
    Serbia: Sanja Ilic & Balkanika - Nova Deca
    Slovenia: Lea Sirk - Hvala, ne
    Spain: Amaia & Alfred - Tu canción
    Sweden: Benjamin Ingrosso - Dance you off
    Switzerland: Zibbz - Stones
    Ukraine: Mélovin - Under the ladder
    United Kingdom: SuRie - Storm

    ► 2019 songs:
    Albania: Jonida Maliqi - Ktheju tokës
    Armenia: Srbuk - Walking out
    Australia: Kate Miller-Heidke - Zero gravity
    Austria: Paenda - Limits
    Azerbaijan: Chingiz - Truth
    Belarus: ZENA - Like it
    Belgium: Eliot - Wakeup
    Croatia: Roko - The dream
    Cyprus: Tamta - Replay
    Czech Republic: Lake Malawi - Friend of a friend
    Denmark: Leonora - Love is forever
    Estonia: Victor Crone - Storm
    Finland: Darude ft. Sebastian Rejman - Look away
    France: Bilal Hassani - Roi
    Georgia: Oto Nemsadze - Sul tsin iare
    Germany: S!sters - Sister
    Greece: Katerine Duska - Better love
    Hungary: Joci Pápai - Az én apám
    Iceland: Hatari - Hatrid mun sigra
    Ireland: Sarah McTernan - 22
    Israel: Kobi Marimi - Home
    Italy: Mahmood - Soldi
    Latvia: Carousel - That night
    Lithuania: Jurijus - Run with the lions
    Malta: Michela Pace - Chameleon
    Moldova: Anna Odobescu - Stay
    Montenegro: D Moll - Heaven
    Netherlands: Duncan Laurence - Arcade
    Northern Macedonia: Tamara Todevska - Proud
    Norway: KEiiNO - Spirit in the sky
    Poland: Tulia - Pali się (Fire of love)
    Portugal: Conan Osíris - Telemóveis
    Romania: Ester Peony - On a sunday
    Russia: Sergey Lazarev - Scream
    San Marino: Serhat - Say na na na
    Serbia: Nevena Božović - Kruna
    Slovenia: Zala Kralj & Gaspar Santl - Sebi
    Spain: Miki Núñez - La venda
    Sweden: John Lundvik - Too late for love
    Switzerland: Luca Hänni - She got me
    United Kingdom: Michael Rice - Bigger than us
    (Ukraine: MARUV - Siren song)

  • MONIKA GORANOVA - the mystery of bulgarian voice

    2:05

  • Zero Squared #102: When Insurrections Die

    53:26

    C. Derick Varn is a reader at Zero Books, a poet, blogger and podcaster. His podcasts have included Symptomatic Redness and Former People and he is a frequent guest on Zero Squared. This week we discuss Gilles Dauve’s essay “When Insurrections Die and discuss the relevancy of Dauve’s ideas in the Trump era.

    Subscribe to the podcast




    -Video Upload powered by

  • Godsmack - Bad Religion live

    3:21

    Godsmack - Bad Religion from the Changes DVD.

    Ripped and uploaded by me, comments are appreciated.

    Enjoy.

  • Slayers Tom Araya Talks Struggle With Sleep Apnea + Ukrainian Zoo Statue

    7:28

    If you're new, Subscribe! →

    Slayer's Tom Araya sits down with Graham Hartmann (@grahamwire) to talk about the challenges of touring with sleep apnea and how he learned about the statue of himself at a Ukrainian zoo.

    Go here →
    Like us →
    Follow us →
    Get our newsletter →

  • Músicas instrumentales cultas de la corte otomana. ESTAMBUL

    48:46

    ESTAMBUL. Dimitrie Cantemir: «El libro de la ciencia de la música» y las tradiciones musicales sefardíes y armenias - Concierto de Jordi Savall. (In memoriam Montserrat Figueras).
    Intérpretes: Hespèrion XXI con músicos invitados de Turquía, Armenia y Bulgaria - Director: Jordi Savall.
    [Concierto celebrado el 7 de diciembre 2011, en el Ateneo Rumano de Bucarest - (Rumanía)].

    En la encrucijada de dos continentes, el europeo y el asiático, ESTAMBUL para los otomanos, CONSTANTINOPLA para los bizantinos, es ya en la época de Dimitrie Cantemir (1673-1723) un verdadero hito de la historia; a pesar del recuerdo y la presencia muy evidente de la antigua Bizancio, se había convertido en el auténtico corazón del mundo religioso y cultural musulmán. Extraordinaria mezcla de pueblos y religiones, no deja de atraer a viajeros y artistas europeos; Cantemir desembarcó en la ciudad en 1693, a la edad de 20 años, primero como rehén y luego como representante diplomático de su padre, que gobernaba Moldavia. Se convirtió en un famoso intérprete de tanbur, una especie de laúd de mástil largo, y fue también un compositor muy apreciado por su obra Kitâb-ül ilm-il mûsikî (El libro de la ciencia de la música), que dedicó a sultán Ahmed III (1703-1730).

    Tal es el contexto histórico ante el que adquiere forma nuestro proyecto «El libro de la ciencia de la música de Dimitrie Cantemir y las tradiciones musicales sefardíes y armenias». Queremos presentar las músicas instrumentales cultas de la corte otomana del siglo XVII procedentes de la obra de Cantemir, en diálogo y alternancia con las músicas tradicionales del pueblo, representadas aquí por las tradiciones orales de los músicos armenios y de las comunidades sefardíes acogidas, tras su expulsión del reino de España, en ciudades del Imperio otomano como Estambul o Esmirna.

    En Europa occidental, la imagen cultural otomana nos ha llegado muy deformada por la larga lucha de ese Imperio por avanzar hacia Occidente, lo cual nos ha hecho olvidar la riqueza cultural y, sobre todo, el ambiente de tolerancia y diversidad que existía en el Imperio en esa época. Nos lo señala Stefan Lemny en su interesante ensayo Les Cantemir al recordar «que, en realidad, Mehmed II perdonó la vida de los habitantes cristianos tras la toma de Constantinopla; y, no sólo eso, ya que algunos años más tarde, alentó el regreso de las antiguas familias aristocráticas griegas en el barrio llamado Fanar o Fener, vestigio de la época bizantina». Más tarde, bajo el reino de Solimán --época dorada del Imperio—, los contactos con Europa se intensificaron, al tiempo que se desarrollaron las relaciones diplomáticas y comerciales. Como recuerda Amnon Shiloah en su excelente obra La musique dans le monde de l'islam: «Aunque Venecia poseía una misión diplomática en Estambul, durante el siglo XVI, el Imperio se volvió hacia Francia. El tratado concluido en 1536 entre Solimán y el rey de los cristianos, Francisco I, fue el factor decisivo de acercamiento que favoreció los encuentros. En esa ocasión, Francisco I envió a Solimán una orquesta en señal de amistad. El concierto dado por ese conjunto parece haber inspirado la creación de dos nuevos ritmos (compases), introducidos desde entonces en la música turca: el frenkcin (12/4) y el frengi (14/4)».

    El libro de la ciencia de la música de Dimitrie Cantemir, que nos ha servido de base como fuente histórica para nuestra grabación, es un documento excepcional en muchos aspectos; ante todo, como fuente fundamental de conocimiento de la teoría, el estilo y las formas musicales del siglo XVII, pero también como uno de los testimonios más interesantes sobre la vida musical de uno de los países orientales más importantes. Esa antología de 355 composiciones (de las cuales 9 pertenecen al propio Cantemir), escritas en un sistema de notación musical inventado por su autor, representa la más importante colección de música instrumental otomana de los siglos XVI y XVII que ha llegado hasta nuestros días. Empecé a descubrir ese repertorio en 1999 durante la preparación del proyecto sobre Isabel I de Castilla, cuando nuestro colaborador y amigo Dimitri Psonis, especialista en músicas orientales, nos propuso una antigua marcha guerrera de esa colección como ilustración musical de la fecha de la conquista de Constantinopla por parte de las tropas otomanas de Mehmed II.- (JORDI SAVALL)

  • Carl Cox - Global 512

    1:50:43

    Carl Cox - Global 512 (NYE Mansion - Miami) 11-01-2013

    Tracklist:
    1. Congo (D Max Mix) -David Morales
    2. Navegare - Sergio Fernandez
    3. Gimme Some - David Glass
    4. Breath In - Vocal - Alex Tepper
    5. Transformation - Tim Deluxe
    6. Tekken - Inaki Santos
    7. Need My Religion - Charles Ramirez
    8. Big Bass Bump - Mazu
    9. Atlantic - Filterheadz
    10. Tramp - Gabriel Ben
    11. Commando 78 - Chris Count
    12. Toober - Reboot And Dietz
    13. Swim With Me - Filterheadz
    14. Sunshine -Ward Remix -- Filterheadz
    15. Da Hype - Fancilli Edit - Junior Jack
    16. Black Noise - Adam Port
    17. Sax Attack - Joe Brunning Feat. Johnny Mcgough
    18. Work!!!! {Keinemusik Km008] - Rampa And Re.You
    19. Happy Days - Filterheadz
    20. Tears Of Tender - Ferhat Albayrak
    21. Opa - Kolsch
    22. Garry Back - Hear Me Out - Nikola Gala Remix - Nic Fanciulli
    23. Keep On Jumpin' (Rhythm Masters Thumpin' Mix) - Todd Terry Feat. Jocelyn Brown & Martha Wash
    24. Terrakoz - Arjun Vagale
    25. Westside - Tronic - Bushwaka! / Christian Smith & Wehbba
    26. Lost In The Music - Trevor Rockcliffe
    27. Feel This -- Solo
    28. Don'T Laugh - Winx Vs Nic Fancilli
    29. I Feel Love- R.A.F Zone Remi - CRW
    30. Funk That Groove - Marco Bailey

  • Asia - XXX

    1:5:26

    XXX is the thirteenth studio album by English rock band Asia, released in 2012. It is the fifth and final studio album with the original line-up, consisting of Geoff Downes, Steve Howe, Carl Palmer, and John Wetton, due to Howe's departure the following year and Wetton's death in 2017.

    The name features the Roman numeral 'XXX' in commemoration of the thirtieth anniversary of the release of their debut album. The cover artwork was created by Roger Dean. The flying dragon-fish indicates that 2012 was the Year of the Dragon in the Chinese calendar.

    XXX debuted at No. 134 in the US on the Billboard 200 chart.[5] It also entered the UK Albums Chart, peaking at No. 69, the highest Asia chart position there since 1985's Astra.[6]

    Face on the Bridge, released digitally on 14 May 2012, was the album's first single. It topped two charts: The Planet Rock UK Airplay Chart and Amazon UK MP3 Progressive Rock Chart. The album itself reached No. 1 in two more charts: Amazon UK's DualDisc Music Category Chart and CD Universe's Top Future Releases Chart.

    Lineup:
    John Wetton – lead vocals and bass guitar
    Steve Howe – electric, acoustic and steel guitars
    Geoff Downes – keyboards
    Carl Palmer – drums and percussion

    00:00 - Tomorrow the World
    06:48 - Bury Me In Willow
    12:50 - No Religion
    19:27 - Faithful
    25:05 - I Know How You Feel
    29:59 - Face on the Bridge
    36:00 - Al Gatto Nero
    40:37 - Judas
    45:23 - Reno (Bonus Track)
    50:40 - Ghost of a Chance
    55:03 - I Know How You Feel (Midnight Mix)
    01:00:28 - Faithful (Orchestral Version)

Shares

x

Check Also

Menu