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Bulgarian song


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Thanx for the post - the song has a lot of energy - what can you tell us about the artist, Elica Todorova?

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Elitsa Todorova was born on 02 Sept. 1977. She studied at the "Philip Koutev" school of music in Kotel, specializing in folklore singing; and the "Dobri Hristov" school of music in Varna, specializing in percussions.

In 2003 Elitsa Todorova began working with Bulgaria's most popular and renowned drummer and percussionist Stoyan Yankoulov. The unique Elitsa Todorova-Stoyan Yankoulov Duo turned into a phenomenon in no time. Their high professionalism and perfectionism underlies all their performances. Elitsa Todorova develops a percussions-playing style of her own, combining quick ostinate rhythms on the tarambuka with synhronized tarambuka with synchronized playing and singing. The result is a mosaic of unique vocal movements and impeccable musical improvisations.

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I can hear the percussion influence in the song - pretty phenomenal work

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Its interesting for me what is your opinion about this song - http://depositfiles.com/en/files/1234312

The singer has a pretty voice, the horns are nice and it's well produced - it feels like pop music, but it definitely feels like folk music native to your country

Tell us about the band: Slavi Trifonov I Ku-Ku Bend Prima Patriot

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Stanislav Todorov Trifonov (Bulgarian: Станислав Тодоров Трифонов) (born October 18, 1966), known as Slavi Trifonov (Bulgarian: Слави Трифонов), is a Bulgarian showman, actor, singer and viola player. Trifonov's music genres are chalga and pop-rock, but he has experimented with other genres as a part of Ku-ku Band (Bulgarian: Ку-Ку Бенд).He is the host of Slavi's Show, bTV's late-night talk show. It is styled after the standard U.S. late-night talk shows. Nevertheless, many topics and elements in the show's setup are aimed at providing a specific Bulgarian flavour.

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Do you play a role with either of the bands?

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No

Thanx for sharing :thumbsup:

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