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BGM 21 CD - BULGARIA

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MUJI sources music from around the world, and aims to put a spotlight on international musicians that highlight local traditional melodies.

This audio CD features a wide variety of traditional Bulgarian music by interweaving songs from regions where music is popular in Bulgaria. A combination of songs and horodance songs from Rodopi, Pilin, Dobruja, Stranger, Chopurk, and northern, southwestern, and western Bulgaria.

Track List

  1. Арап (Arup) - Dimitar Hristov (Tambura) / Kostadin Genchev (Kaval) / Peio Peev (Gadulaka) / Petio Kostadinov (Gaida) / Stela Petrova (Contrabass) / Petar Miltov (Tupan & Tarambuka) - Old ritual dance from South West Bulgaria
  2. Ибиш Ага (Captain Ibish) - Quartet "Eva" (Vocal) - Old traditional folk song over 100 years old
  3. Катерино моме (Caterina, daughter) - Dimitar Hristov (Tambura) / Kostadin Genchev (Kaval) / Peio Peev (Gadulaka) / Stela Petrova (Contrabass) / Petar Miltov (Tupan & Tarambuka) - Traditional folk song
  4. Цветините очи (Tsveta's eyes) - Gergana Dimitrova, Evelina Spasova (Vocals) / Dimitar Hristov (Tambura) / Kostadin Genchev (Kaval) / Peio Peev (Gadulaka) / Petio Kostadinov (Gaida) / Stela Petrova (Contrabass) / Petar Miltov (Tupan & Tarambuka) - Traditional folk song
  5. Коледарски буенек (Birthday Buenek ritual) - Petio Kostadinov (Gaida) / Petar Miltov (Tupan & Tarambuka) - Traditional dance music
  6. Яна овчар лъгала (Yana who deceived the shepherd) - Quartet "Eva" (Vocal) - Old traditional folk song from Sofia region
  7. Елено моме (Elena, daughter) - Dimitar Hristov (Tambura) / Kostadin Genchev (Kaval) / Peio Peev (Gadulaka) / Petio Kostadinov (Gaida) / Stela Petrova (Contrabass) / Petar Miltov (Tupan & Tarambuka) - Happy dance from North Bulgaria
  8. Пайдушко хоро (Holo dance in the village of Paydushko) - Dimitar Hristov (Tambura) Kostadin Genchev (Kaval) / Peio Peev (Gadulaka) / Petio Kostadinov (Gaida) / Stela Petrova (Contrabass) / Petar Miltov (Tupan & Tarambuka) - Old traditional dance from North Bulgaria
  9. Рипни Калинке (Stand up, Kalinka) - Evelina Spasova (Vocal) / Dimitar Hristov (Tambura) / Kostadin Genchev (Kaval) / Peio Peev (Gadulaka) / Petio Kostadinov (Gaida) / Stela Petrova (Contrabass) / Petar Miltov (Tupan & Tarambuka) - Old traditional folk song 150 years ago
  10. Брала мома (daughter picks mallow flowers) - Vasko Vassilev (Violin) - Old traditional folk song from Rodopi mountain region
  11. Излел е Дельо хайдутин (Delyo went out) - Peio Peev (Gadulaka) - Old traditional folk song written 150 years ago
  12. Северняшко дайчово хоро (Northern Daychovo Horo Dance) - Dimitar Hristov (Tambura) / Kostadin Genchev (Kaval) / Peio Peev (Gadulaka) / Petio Kostadinov (Gaida) / Stela Petrova (Contrabass) / Petar Miltov (Tupan & Tarambuka)
     - Traditional dance from North Bulgaria
  13. Море пиле (Mr. Ara Kotori) - Vasko Vassilev (Violin) / Dimitar Hristov (Tamboura) Kostadin Genchev (Kaval) / Peio Peev (Gadulaka) / Petio Kostadinov (Gaida) / Stela Petrova (Contrabass) / Petar Miltov (Tupan & Tarambuka) - Old song from Pirin mountain region
  14. Хубава симоя горо (My beautiful forest) - Dimitar Hristov (Tambura) / Kostadin Genchev (Kaval) / Peio Peev (Gadulaka) / Stela Petrova (Contrabass) / Petar Miltov (Tupan & Tarambuka) - One of the most popular patriotic songs

 

Product Details

Year of Release: 2016

Number of Discs: 1

Material: Acrylic, Polycarbonate

Dimension: 150x130x20mm 

Country/Region of Origin: Japan

Additional Information:

  • Compact discs are not indestructible and poor handling can degrade the sound and shorten the life of your CD
  • Improperly handled discs can easily become scratched and dirty which tend to have reduced sound quality because your player's error correction can only guess at the sound information that is unreadable underneath debris
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