A short outline of Bulgarian Music History

Introduction from the Middle Ages, unknown / Public domainThe roots of Bulgarian music go back to the Thracians in the 8th century BC. Orpheus, the singing hero of Greek mythology, also came from these Thracian mountains. His singing tamed wild animals and even made trees and rocks dance. Since then, songs, dances and instrumental tunes have created a rich folk music…

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Visual Impressions

Here you get impressions of our Austrian students during concerts and music projects in Graz. Die Gitarrenfüxe beim Weihnachtskonzert 2018 "The Guitar Foxes" at the Christmas Concert 2018

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Pleven Плевен

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x2nnwZgV9h8&feature=youtu.be Previous Next About Pleven "Pleven [ˈplɛvɛn] (Bulgarian Плевен) is the seventh largest city in Bulgaria in the valley of the little river Tutscheniza. It is a transport centre of Northern Bulgaria in the middle of an agricultural area and industrial city. The city is located 160 km from the capital Sofia and 320 km from the Black Sea, 30…

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Graz

About Graz Graz, Styria Gradac, Graz or Gradac is the second largest city in Austria and state capital in Styria, about 200 km (120 mi) southwest of Vienna (Wien). Graz is situated on both sides of the Mur river in southeast Austria. The nearest larger urban centre is Maribor (Marburg) in Slovenia, which is about 50 km (31 mi) to…

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