Probuzhdane

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Probuzhdane
Studio album by Balkandji
Released 2001
Recorded  
Genre Folk metal
Length 37:11
Label  
Producer Kiril Yanev
Balkandji chronology
  Probujdane
(2001)
Zvezdica
(2004)

Probuzhdane (written Пробуждане in Bulgarian) is the first self-released album by Balkandji. The name means “Awakening” and the band translates it as “Awake”. “Probujdane” is also used for a transliteration of the name into English.

It is freely distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution Licence.[1]



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Track listing[edit]

Track Number Transliterated name Original name English Translation[citation needed][1]
1 Zora Зора “Dawn”
2 Libe Либе Archaic word for “Sweetheart”
3 Krali Marko Крали Марко The Bulgarian name of a legendary Serbian king, Prince Marko
4 Samodiva Самодива A Slavic fairy maiden, dancing in the forest at nights, luring young men.[2]
5 Kam taz zemia Към таз земя “To This Land”
6 Diavolska shterka Дяволска щерка “Devil's Daughter”
7 Molia te Моля те “I'm begging you”
8 Shte ostana tuk Ще остана тук “I will stay here”
9 Zdrach Здрач “Twilight”
10 Kukeri Кукери The participants in a traditional Bulgarian ritual to scare evil spirits away.[3]

Personnel[edit]

  • Lyudmila Barovska (Людмила Баровска) – Bass flugelhorn on Track 3
  • Dimitar Vasilev (Димитър Василев) – Bass flugelhorn on Track 3
  • Albena Velikova (Албена Великова) – Vocals on Track 4
  • Spas Dimitrov (Спас Димитров) – Bass on Track 1 and vocals on Track 1, 2 and 8
  • Inna Zamfirova (Инна Замфирова) – Vocals on Track 1 and 7
  • Mihail Kalachev (Михаил Калъчев) – Flute on Track 3
  • Kristina Morozova (Кристина Морозова) – Vocals on Track 2
  • Boris Tassev (Борис Тасев) – Trombone on Track 3
  • Raya Hadzhieva (Рая Хаджиева) – Trumpet on Track 3

References[edit]

  1. ^ Radostin Radnev. "Online BG Office Assistant". Bgoffice.sourceforge.net. Retrieved 2012-03-06. 
  2. ^ omda@tea.bg. "Samodivi". Omda.bg. Retrieved 2012-03-06. 
  3. ^ Hunter Anthropology Fieldwork Gallery — Gerald Creed

External links[edit]

  1. ^ Album download.