Bulgarian folk ensemble

艺人: Philip Koutev State Ensemble for Folk Songs and Dances

名字: Bulgarian folk ensemble

发出: 1998

商标: Gega new

样扳: Cristal

唱片的日期: 63'48

免费赠品: import Bulgaria

价钱 : 12,50 €


号码: CR00139GEGA


Bulgarian folk ensemble (Philip Koutev State Ensemble for Folk Songs and Dances)

May 1, 1951 was the birth date of the first state folk ensemble, founded and directed by Philip Koutev (1903-1982) up to the end of his days. It was for the first time that the authentic songs, tunes and dances were given a polyphonic presentation on the stage (characteristic of the Bulgarian folk tradition is the monophonic singing, in some region like the Pirin Mountains, the Shoppe Region and the regions of Ihtiman and Pazardjik two-part singing also exists and multi-part singing is to be found only in some villages near the town of Gotse Delchev), with an orchestra of Bulgarian folk instruments, treated, however, like those in a classical orchestra. This could not have been possible without the participation of a composer to unite both voices so unique and instruments so technically imperfect. At the same time he was to remain true to the musical original, to preserve the characteristic sound-production nd his interference was to remain inconspicuous. At first glance this seems an impossible task. Yet Philip Koutev managed to achieve it. What is more, he created a school of singers, instrumentalists dancers, composers, choreographers, conductors, invented a new trend in Bulgaria's musical life in the second half of the 20th century. Following his example, similar ensemble were founded in almost all bigger cities in Bulgaria.

Bulgarian folk ensemble - 唱片的摘记

  • Polegnala e Tudora (Tudora Lay Down)
  • Sedyankata e na razvala (The Working-Bee Is at Breaking)
  • Shareno horo(Multi-Coloured Horo)
  • Furuglitsa treperi & Teche mi voda studena
  • Prehvrukna ptichka (A Little Bird Flew Over)
  • Slunchogledi (Sunflowers)
  • Neda voda nalivala (Neda Was Filling In Water)
  • Muri Maro (Hey Mara)
  • Lozo, Lozano & Djore dos
  • Suite from Northern Bulgaria
  • Suite of Four Songs
  • Oi, kukuvichke (Oh, You Little Cuckoo)
  • Authentic Songs from the Shoppe Region
  • Razbolel se e mlad Malin (Young Malin Has Fallen Ill)
  • Kavali sviryat (Shepherds Flutes Are Playing)
  • Iskutena nevesta (A Well-Groomed Bride)
  • Petrunino horo
  • Zamruknala e Lalitsa (Night Has Overfallen Lalitsa)
  • Kazhi, kazhi, Angyo (Tell Me, Tell Me, Angyo)
  • Dva guluba (Two Pigeons)