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Academic Folk Choir: Academic Folk Choir

Mehmetyo, Sevda Golema (Mehmetyo, My Love)
Ivan Kalinka Dumashe (Ivan Told Kalinka)
Snoshti Si, Mamo, Otidoh (Last Night I Went Out, Mother)
Trugnala Mi Elena (Elena Has Left Me)
Tri Byulbyula Peyat (Three Nightingales Are Singing)
Yankin Brat (Yanka's Brother)
Pilentse Pee (A Birdie Is Singing)
Malka Moma Dvori Mete (The Little Maiden Sweeps the Yard)
Dva Pastorala (Two Pastorales): Winter Pastorale
Dva Pastorala (Two Pastorales): Summer Pastorale
Pesen-Improvizatsia (Song-Improvisation)
Listni Se, Goro (The Forest Is Putting Forth Leaves)
Marinko, Moe Doshtero (Marinka, My Daughter)
Begala Rada (Rada Ran Away)
Hubava Mavruda (Pretty Mavruda)

In the years since the western world discovered the "Mystery of the Bulgarian Voices," a fascination with the striking harmonies, exciting rhythmic effects and haunting melodies only continues to grow. This new CD goes one step further: important "classical" composers such as Krassimir Kyurkchiyski, Nokolai Stoykov and Milcho Vassilev are represent here in work which incorporate the elements of fold music into a more "legitimate" setting. The results appeal to both the mind and heart of the listener. The Academic Folk Choir of the Plovdiv Academy, founded in 1980, specializes in a vast repertoire of both folk classical works under the direction of Vassilka Spassova, professor of conducting at the Academy. They have met with great success throughout Bulgaria as well as on tours of Belgium, Switzerland, Italy, Russia and other European countries.

Item code: 9869C | 1 CD | $15.98 |add item to cart
World | Primarily a cappella | Female | Bulgaria
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