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Vassil Arnaudov Sofia Chamber Choir Orthodox Chants
 
Artist: Vassil Arnaudov Sofia Chamber Choir
Item number: AL021
Category: Bulgarian
Chant Type: Bulgarian
Language: Church Slavonic
Label: Gega New
Period: Contemporary
Length: 53'40
Release date: 2004
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Price: $15.99 USD
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  1. Glory to the Father and to the Son; J. Koukouzeles MP3  
  2. Troparion of Sts. Cyril & Methodius; P. Dinev MP3  
  3. We Sing Thee; D. Hristov MP3  
  4. Meet It Is; Anonymous MP3  
  5. Meet It Is; A. Tekeliev MP3  
  6. Cherubic Hymn; D. Hristov MP3  
  7. O Lord, Have Mercy Upon Us; Anonymous MP3  
  8. Holy Bulgarian Liturgy; I. Spassov MP3  
  9. We Sing Thee; A. Tanev MP3  
  10. Our Father MP3  
  11. Meet It Is; P. Tchaikovsky MP3  
  12. We Have No Other Help; K. Shvedov MP3  
  13. O Gladsome Light; P. Chesnokov MP3  
  14. Praise Ye The Name of the Lord MP3  
  15. On The Whole Earth; D. Noskov MP3  
  16. Rejoice, O Virgin; S. Rachmaninov MP3  
  17. Lord, God of Israel; D. Bortnyansky MP3  
Description    
A delightful cross section of Eastern Orthodox chant with Bulgarian flavor, sung by the fabulous female voices of The Vassil Arnaudov Sofia Chamber Choir. This choir has performed across Europe under the direction of Theodora Pavlovitch. Liner notes and hymn text in Bulgarian and English.
ReviewBy: Vladimir Morosan
This is a remarkably refreshing CD from a Bulgarian womenr's choir. Unlike the heavy, often bombastic style employed by many choirs, this group sings with a clear, light sound. The tempos are crisp, the nuances are elegant, and the repetoire--innovative, ranging from age-old Bulgarian chants to compositions by modern-day Bulgarian composers such as Ivan Spassov (1934-1996) and Alexander Tanev (1928-1996). Several of the works (Rachmaninoff, Tchaikovsky, Shvedov) are arranged from the original mixed-choir versions, while others (Chesnokov) are original compositions for treble voices. A most enjoyable CD!

   
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