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Lubomir Pipkov (1904-74) was one of the leading members of the so-called 'second generation' of Bulgarian composers. In later life he became fascinated with the ancient heritage of Bulgarian folk-music, writing a series of what he called 'metro-rhythmical studies' - piano miniatures that combine melodic immediacy and rhythmic complexity, with a character that might be loosely characterized as sounding like 'Prokofiev in the Balkans'. These works are performed by pianist and musician photographer Dobromir Tsenov.
Lubomir Pipkov (1904-74) was one of the leading members of the so-called 'second generation' of Bulgarian composers. In later life he became fascinated with the ancient heritage of Bulgarian folk-music, writing a series of what he called 'metro-rhythmical studies' - piano miniatures that combine melodic immediacy and rhythmic complexity, with a character that might be loosely characterized as sounding like 'Prokofiev in the Balkans'. These works are performed by pianist and musician photographer Dobromir Tsenov.
5060113446565

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Format: CD
Label: Toccata
Rel. Date: 09/02/2022
UPC: 5060113446565

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Lubomir Pipkov (1904-74) was one of the leading members of the so-called 'second generation' of Bulgarian composers. In later life he became fascinated with the ancient heritage of Bulgarian folk-music, writing a series of what he called 'metro-rhythmical studies' - piano miniatures that combine melodic immediacy and rhythmic complexity, with a character that might be loosely characterized as sounding like 'Prokofiev in the Balkans'. These works are performed by pianist and musician photographer Dobromir Tsenov.
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