Bulgarian folk dances

Mpanakanto: Folk orchestra

Anarana: Bulgarian folk dances

Nivoaka: 1996

Famantatra: Gega new

Refiny: Cristal

Halavany: 58'57

Tombotsoa: import Bulgaria

Vidiny : 12,50 €

Anampy

Laharana: CR00138GEGA

Fizarana

Bulgarian folk dances (Folk orchestra)

In the Bulgarian folk tradition instrumental music performs a specific function – to accompany the Horo dances played on Sundays or at public holidays in the village square. Each region in Bulgaria has its own preferences for the specific instruments and characteristic dances. In Dobroudja, for example, the typical horo dances Opas, Sborenka, Ruka, Tropanka, etc. are accompanied on kopanka, gaida (bagpipe), and in more recent times, by the concertina - kopanka – and bagpipe-players. In the Pirin Mountains region the heavy horo dancing used to be accompanied on tamburas, tarambukas, or zurnas (in the southernmost parts). In Thrace the favourite instrument is the kaval.

Bulgarian folk dances - Feonkira

Hihaino feonkira tapany.

Ampidino

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