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Bulgarian Women's Choir
Melody Rhythm & Harmony

Polegnala e Toudora (Todora's dream) (Philip Koutev)
Grozda Moma (Young Groda) (Dimitar Dinev)
Dragana i slavei (Dragana and the nighingale) (Philip Koutev)
Bre Ivane (Hey, Ivan) (Anastas Naumov)
Jano, hubavo Jano
Listni se goro (Green Forrest) (Stefan Moutafchiev)
Tapan bie (Beating the drum) (Zdravko Manalov)
Kazhi, kazhi, Angio (Tell me, Angio) (Philip Koutev)
S'gaida na horo (Dancing to the bagpipe) (Peter Lyondev)
Ozdole Ide devoitche (A young maiden is arriving) (trad arr. Dimitar Dinev)
Tin vjater vee (The wind is blowing) (trad. arr. Stehan Kanev)
Sestro Dobriano (Sister Dobrjana) (Krassimir Kroumov)
Tri biulbiui pejat (Three birds are singing)
Dimjaninka (Philip Koutev)
Pilentze pee (A bird is singing) (Krassimir Kyurkchiyski)
Lale li si (Are you a tulip) (Philip Koutev)
Kalugerine (The monk) (Nikolai Staikov)
Mechmetio (Ivan Spasov)
Dyulmano, dyulbero (Krassimir Kyurkchiyski)
Kalimanko Denko (Godmother Denka) (Krassimir Kyurkchiyski)
Polegnala e Toudora (Todora's dream) (Philip Koutev)
Vetchera I Rado

Melody Rhythm & Harmony was recorded live by the Bulgarian Women's Choir during their 1993 tour in Norway. The songs presented here encompass the wide variety of styles from the various Bulgarian regions. Many of the arrangements include those of Philip Koutev, who was largely responsible for preserving the folk tradition. These songs are largely a cappella with a few accompanied by traditional Bulgarian instruments. The diverse history of the country has lent itself to produce music which requires great skill and feeling. And its rich culture continues to be preserved by this group.

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World  | A Cappella | Female | Bulgaria

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