Anton Apostolov | Balkania after the Rain

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Balkania after the Rain

by Anton Apostolov

In this album the listener will find a unique body of work that brings together classical, jazz and folk traditions.
Genre: World: Balkan
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1. Melting Icicles (Kapchuk)
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2. Mystic Mountain
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3. Barefoot Dance
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4. After the Rain
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5. KikoSashevitza Kopanitza (Children At Play)
5:59 $0.99
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6. Devoiko Mari Hubava (Beautiful Girl)
4:33 $0.99
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7. Connection
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8. Last Tear
4:00 $0.99
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9. Sharen Dream
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10. Seher Yeli Nazli Yare
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11. Canadianskata
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The music in Balkania After Rain reflects my classical guitar background, my Bulgarian heritage, and my orientations as a performer and composer towards jazz and flamenco as well. In this album the listener will find a unique body of work that brings together classical, jazz and folk traditions. By doing this, I can contribute in a new way to the array of cross-cultural musical collaborations and exciting creative work that is occurring in Canada and the world today.
I look to Bulgarian folk music as one of my primary sources of inspiration. In this regard, there is a focus on the additive/asymmetrical meters common in Bulgaria and the Balkans, as well as traditional melodic modes and typical melodic inflections. I use these traditional elements in a more contemporary manner that did compliment the style of the compositions in this album.
All the artists in this album are accomplished musicians and I am so lucky and blessed that they did contribute their talent in to this musical adventure of mine.
Anton Apostolov

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