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Bulgarian National Radio Children's Choir
40 Years

Winter Song
Panis Angelicus
Two Humorous Folk Songs
Our Father
Why Is the Spout Dripping?
Feelin' Groovy (The 59th Street Bridge Song)
O Holy Night
A Ludicrous Dance
Motor-Car Race
The Little Nightingale
Tempo di Valse
I Want to Go to Heaven
Regina coeli K. 276
Melodies from the Shoppe Region

A celebration of 40 years of existence for the world-famous, 33-strong, mixed BNRCC makes us look at the founder of this amazing group, and at their present director and conductor. Hristo Nedyalkov, Professor in choral conducting at Sofia University, "a happy combination of great artistic talent and keen sense of teaching" is both founder and director. The popularity, renown, creative achievements and awards won by the choir over the years border on the incredible. The young Bulgarian singers have performed to acclaim in the famous concert halls in the capitals of the world. "The children sing like ange..." "Their voices are as crystal clear as a mountain spring..." Absolutely. A full hour of lightly accompanied, exuberant music is here, including an original by the director, "Winter Song." Some classical music (Cesar Franck's "Panis Angelicus," Schubert's "Serenade," Mozart's "Regina coeli K. 276), some folk (Nicolas Kaufmann's "Two Humorous Folk Songs" and "Melodies from the Shoppe Region," and Milko Kolarov's "Why is the Spout Dripping), a Christmas song ("O Holy Night") and even a spiritual, ("I Want to Go to Heaven"). Mostly sung in Bulgarian, but with voices like these, who cares?

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Choral | Primarily a cappella | Mixed | Bulgaria

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