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Bulgarian national costumes
Bulgaria is conditionally divided into several ethnographic areas, each of which has its peculiarities in terms of song and dance folklore. The most common folklore regions in Bulgaria are seven.
Songs: The usual songs in the Rhodope Mountains are disappearing - and missing Christmas and lazarskite songs - this applies to harvest, as this occupation is not typical for this region, and a balgaromohamedankata was forbidden to sing levels. Still preserved wedding songs in the recent past have occupied a special place in the wedding ritual. Many popular songs to earn their living, which were two types - the departure and return. These songs include some of the most poetic forms, which reflected the sadness of the workers come. Close to this genre shepherd songs, reflecting the basic livelihood of the native-born. They reveal the love of the shepherd to the flock to "ram vakal, Kamatnata" to "first love" and to the house.
Round dance:dance of the Rhodope people are smooth, broad and firm steps highlighted. Duck and kneeling are an essential part and especially slow Rhodope makes people very often accompanied by strong cries. In the Rhodope Mountains and play a song in which men and women sing the song and the other group otpyava. Men play more freely and with wide steps, and women play in the circle, and dancers are tightly arranged side by side.
Songs : Here we find almost all genres typical of the Bulgarian people. The most loved songs of harvest labor, which are sung in the morning, at lunch, on vacation, returning from the field and during harvest. Other favorite songs here are sedenkarskite them called "a sedeshki." They are varied in theme and melody and is one of the best preserved genres. Although in many places do not play dance song, horo songs are sung for their playful melodies and interesting content. They are mainly in size 2 / 4, 7 / 16 (male and female ruchenitsa) and 9 / 16. Wit and humor emanates from these wonderful Pirin songs in the past sounded in squares and folk festivals. Especially characteristic size 7 / 16 from II-nd type, with the first male ruchenitsa long title is the most typical local feature. Many famous people throughout the Pirin songs are in this size, "Macedonian girl '," Liliana mome, Liliana "," Muri town bears from Pirin "and many others. At the same typical size 7 / 16 type II is the song "ignite, chicken Trento" that you hear in the performance of male vocal group (also a very typical way of singing in this region).
Round dance:Dances of Pirin region are diverse and are divided into male and female. Female dances are played most often in this song and pace. These people are going in a circle, semicircle, a straight line and individually. Males grow to dance at a faster rate due to instrumental accompaniment. Their movements are high, with jumps, came apace, and springy. Slow dancing with typical light steps, sharp sections, accompanied by breaks that number multiple stroke, turns, kneeling and bending of the body. These movements are filled with many feeling that masculinity and sculpture. Typically there is a "Macedonian dance" in size 8 / 8.
O Songs: Shoppe doubles songs sound very interesting - sort of "harsh" and even stabbing. These songs cover all genres - old sedenkarski, harvest time table and particular songs that are one or two votes O Round dance: Hallmark of the style of dance is shopski so-called "turning up" (shake your body from the waist up, especially in the shoulders) and the sharpness with which movements are performed. The main movements are tiny, small and are concentrated in the legs, and actual - controls movements are large, high, wide and take part in their body. The game of moria is light, lively, as if he set foot on the ground. g
Songs : Is beautiful and expressive folk music of Thrace, is rich and varied her musical folklore, tranquility and beauty played in its songs, the melodies of its copper pipes. In this area includes an interesting and in many sub - Strandja region. Round dance: Thracian dances are merry and cheerful. In some areas of this vast area are found for other regions typical dances, as a result of influences from neighboring culture areas. For example, in humans influenced by zapadnotrakiyskite shopski piriskite and dances such as "crooked" people in size 11/16. Better known are "Glavanishkata" Kopanitsa and "Vetren" Kopanitsa. Under the influence of Pirin dances found here "blurted socks," "limp" and others.
Songs : Along with Thracian and Balkandjiiska songs sound rich and ornate bezmenzurni harvest time, and table sedenkarski songs. Dobrudja slow song is performed equally by men and women. Here, unlike many other areas women often sing in a high register inside. Round dance: Dobrudza dances have their own style which is characterized by mood, free from stiffness body part the game and hand and shoulder. Played moderate pace, with slightly leaning back body. Dobrudza people are closed in the crescent or ruchenitsa rights. Men play in a straight line and when people are mixed, they form a circle or semicircle. Dobroudja loves to play and "alone" - solo, as "ruchenika" is a group performance, but it seems some of the soloists. The most common are mixed people and less pain. In some people are "pooled", "Hand", "Danets," Buenets "in two quarters," Paydushko "in 5 / 8, in size 5 / 8 to play" kerchief, "" Say, Say Bob ""Shaves moccasin" and others. Very interesting dances are "Throw Kontakion" in 9 / 16 and "Circassian" and "Tranka" in 13/16.
Northern dances are filled with many jumps and swing ratsete.Te were many dynamics and vitality which are the result of lifestyle and nature of living in the Danube horàta selishta.Chesto common in this area are not only right but also the number Paydushko daychovi, pottery, and Gankino Elenina horà.Mnogo of dance whose roots are from this area have become popular throughout the country. Elements of employment are rarely represented in northern dance, regardless of whether they are used as props objects - vrashnik, bushel, Round dance
Created by: Kalina Kamenova Kamenova and Gabriela Mariqnova Petkova 6”b”grade