Notes & Reviews:
A beautiful, powerful and idiomatic performance from Sofia, Bulgaria, this is a gem from the former Balkanton catalogue.
MusicWeb International, 22nd January 2014
Angelov manages to overcome the somewhat backward placement of the orchestra with affectionate and well-pointed playing...Zemenkova is bright-toned and buoyant, but her piping tones also lack body...Videnov on the other hand is firm and virile...The chorus sings with strength and plenty of life.
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