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MILKOV, Mihail - Conductors

   Found CDs: 2


ID: GD244
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Choral Collection
Subcollection: Choir

The present programme is the first of a series of three albums, featuring the development and achievement of academic choral art in Bulgaria. The release contains a compilation of performances of Bulgarian choirs, starting with the children's, through the female, chamber, mixed, and ending with the male choirs. The earliest recording in the release was made in 1965. All choirs have received international awards from prestigious choir competitions and festivals. The achievements of the choirs are closely connected with the achievements of Bulgarian choir music. Many talented composers work in this genre and their works have become emblematic. The present release also presents the Bulgarian composers' school with its different stages of development. The booklet text offers detailed information about the recordings included, as well as the lyrics to the songs.

Performers: Bulgarian National Radio Mixed Choir, Bodra Smyana Choir, soloist M. Kalinkova, Children's Choir - Dobrich, Sofia Boys' Choir, Detska Kitka Choir - Plovdiv, Bulgarian National Radio Children's Choir, Hristina Morfova Female Choir, Polyphonia Chamber Choir, Vassil Arnaudov Sofia Chamber Choir, Lubomir Pipkov Sofia Chamber Choir, Female Choir of the Higher Institute of Music and Pedagogy - Plovdiv, St. Cyril and Methodius New Academic Choir, Dobrudjanski Zvutsi Mixed Choir - Dobrich, Rodina Mixed Choir - Rousse, Morski Zvutsi Mixed Choir - Varna, Harmonia Mixed Choir, Saint Sofia Mixed Choir, Kaval Male Choir, soloist Mincho Popov, Emanuil Manolov Male Choir - Gabrovo, Sofia Male Choir, Gousla Male Choir

Conductors: Mihail Milkov, Boncho Bochev, Lilyana Bocheva, Zahari Mednikarov, Adriana Blagoeva, Zlatina Deliradeva, Hristo Nedyalkov, Lilia Gyuleva, Ivelin Dimitrov, Theodora Pavlovitch, Vassil Arnaudov, Krikor Chetinian, Petya Pavlovitch, Marin Chonev, Hristo Arishtirov, Valentin Bobevski, Vassil Stefanov

Piano accompaniment: Natalia Gesheva, Dora Slavcheva, Nikola Dyulgerov
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ID: GD259
CDs: 1
Type: CD
Collection: Choral Collection
Subcollection: Choir

The first half of the 20th century marks the appearance of a number of talented and prolific composers and musicians in Bulgarian musical culture. One of them is Petko Stainov (1986-1977) - a composer, pedagogue, and musical activist. Petko Stainov was born in Kazanlak, which was then famous for its music traditions. After hurting one of his eyes, he lost his sight completely when he was 11. In 1915 he graduated from the Institute for the Blind in Sofia. Then he studied piano with Andrei Stoyanov and made his early attempts at recording. He furthered his studies in Germany and after returning to Bulgaria played an active part in the country's music life. His first major work was the Thracian Dances symphonic suite in three movements (1925). Later he added an additional movement to the suite, Mechkarsko (The Bear's Dance, 1926). His other works include the symphonic poems A Legend (1927), and Thrace (1937), the symphonic suite A Fairy Tale (1930), Symphonic Scherzo (1930), two symphonies (1945 and 1949), etc. Along with his symphonic work, he also created remarkable choral pieces - from songs for different choral formations up to large-scope dramatic ballads. In both genres he adapted the expressive means of the European musical tradition to the Bulgarian vision of the world. He thus created a musical style of his own combining in a perfect manner Bulgarian rhythm and tunes with European musical trends
The present release features some of the composer's symphonic and choral works, recorded by the best Bulgarian orchestras and choirs.
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