„Folklore without borders“ No 2 | „Cycle of three plays for folk orchestra“, video | premiere „Folklore without borders“ No 2 Share
Composer: Marek Dyakov   |   Performed by: Folk orchestra AMDFA Plovdiv Cavals: Vasil Vasilev, Stefan Glukhov, Borislav Georgiev
Bagpipes: Milko Dushkov, Todor Govedarov First gadulkas: Marian Iankov, Ivan Stefanov, Georgi Georgiev, Zhivko Mikhov Secong gadulkas: Kalin Kirkov, Marinella Rangelova Tamburas: Yavor Taskov, Georgi Georgiev, Vanya Atanasova Viola: Nedelio Karshev Cello: Kirill Shopov Contrabass: Desislava Petkova, Desislava Miteva Drum: Khasan Musov
Conductor: Vladimir Vladimirov
Recorded: 2011 July USA  |   Duration: 5, 35 minutes

„Folklore without borders“ is a cycle of three plays for a big folk orchestra, built on author's thematicism. The play of timbres, the freedom of mellody to live in the different orchestra groups and the dialogue between them are part of the means of expression that provoke the senses of the listener. The orchestra is like a single living organism, passing through different emotional stages, guided by the author's hand.

See also:
„Folklore without borders“ No 1 video
„Folklore without borders“ No 3 video
„Folklore without borders“ No 1 scores