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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 5:26pm

Chanes? What kind of chances do you mean? :D :whistle:
Let's say fortuity. By the way- condolence to Your Brother. He is sick to ill called Love. He doesn't know that that ill will end after 1 year and what will happen then? Now He is seeing:



but after 1 year He will see real...:



Olcia do something. He can't married.


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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 5:29pm

Bartuuuuuuś :rolll:
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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 6:11pm

Jesus, this topic has become hot. A lot of songs and alien porno pics :what: You don't like my computer...
For explainable reasons I won't put quotations but I think you'll be relatively well orientated through this even without them.

Firstly, Ojla, welcome back! :drink:
This Czeslaw guy is interesting. The first song reminds me of Malenczuk's Tango Libido, which is another very very interesting piece of music.

Now to the topic - I said I liked accordion and it was you and only you who posted stuff with this instrument. So I feel obliged to do the same. Some random accordion music, most of them from films:

From 1:55 onwards.


From Dom za Vesanje. Amazing!


...


And one lezginka, very beautiful dances.

And finally, Vasilena, one greeting for you:

:drink:

Now leave me alone! I want to listen to Enej :D

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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 6:42pm

Thanks Joro :drink:

Talking about acordeons, I'll make a confession - one of my grandfathers has an acoredon and from time to time is playin on it, actually he hasn't done it from a lot of time, but when during the summers as a kid I visited my grandparents I always asked him to take it and play something to me. He is not a musician and never has studied to play - he's just having a good natural 'hearing' for music, loves music and he knows to play several songs. He also has a little drum and a big tapan and a guitar, but he can't play the guitar and I don't know why he has bought it at all :lol: When I was second grade he wanted me to attend guitar lessons with it, but I refused :rolll: :rolll: :rolll:
Now I'll greet you with two of his favourite songs which he played on the acordeon and not only he played, but also sang in the same time :thumbsup:

This is the first one, but he sang it with some Bulgarian lyrics, not the original one:


This is another one:

:D
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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 8:22pm

Thanks Joro :drink:
Triglav's name is Joro? 8o


I know my songs will get lost in all these bulgarian, serbian and polish songs, I don't want to disturb your slavonic party, just want to add something from myself.

I just want David Gahan to be mi husband(Bartek said he won't get married, so... :( :lol: ), I love Depeche Mode.


This is actually my favourite one.


This is awesomeeeeeeeeeee!



Now something from Foster the People, 'cause it's actually my biggest love now and will be.

I just want to get drunk and dance to this song.


This is their most beautiful song.

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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 8:50pm

Thanks Joro :drink:
Triglav's name is Joro? 8o
Well, it's Georgi and Joro (bg: Жоро) is a diminutive form. "J" in the begining actually is "Zh" (like in Zhekov) - I think it sounds like your "Ż" in Żygadło for ex.


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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 8:56pm

Vasilena, sweety... You didn't have to... I HATE Depeche's songs from ''those'' times. It sounds like a disco. "I just can get enough" and this are the worst...
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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 9:03pm

Vasilena, sweety... You didn't have to... I HATE Depeche's songs from ''those'' times. It sounds like a disco. "I just can get enough" and this are the worst...
:rolll: :rolll: :rolll:
Maybe about 5 or 6 years ago when I found "Master and servants" I was really keen on the song and listened to it non-stop - there is something really crazy in it, I totally like it :thumbsup:
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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 9:05pm

Thanks Joro :drink:

Talking about acordeons, I'll make a confession - one of my grandfathers has an acoredon and from time to time is playin on it, actually he hasn't done it from a lot of time, but when during the summers as a kid I visited my grandparents I always asked him to take it and play something to me. He is not a musician and never has studied to play - he's just having a good natural 'hearing' for music, loves music and he knows to play several songs. He also has a little drum and a big tapan and a guitar, but he can't play the guitar and I don't know why he has bought it at all :lol: When I was second grade he wanted me to attend guitar lessons with it, but I refused :rolll: :rolll: :rolll:
Now I'll greet you with two of his favourite songs which he played on the acordeon and not only he played, but also sang in the same time :thumbsup:

This is the first one, but he sang it with some Bulgarian lyrics, not the original one:


This is another one:

:D


I've also come across Marina with Bulgarian lyrics, but I can't think of them right now. Talking about lyrics, the second song shows the greatness of the lyrics of our folk songs.

My grandmother was the singer of the family. She was part of a folklore choir, like the Mystery of Bulgarian Voices, only probably 1000 times less grandious. She was also a folklore dancer and she promised me to teach me to perform every single horo before I go abroad :D

Playing accordion was something I, let's say, "often" wanted to learn and to do(I hate the words"I always wanted to..." :lol: ). So I somewhat envy your grandfather and maybe some day I'll try to learn to play it myself like he had done. Now I know that it can be done and I hope this will give me more courage to try to learn it. :)

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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 9:15pm

Vasilena, sweety... You didn't have to... I HATE Depeche's songs from ''those'' times. It sounds like a disco. "I just can get enough" and this are the worst...
:rolll: :rolll: :rolll:
Maybe about 5 or 6 years ago when I found "Master and servants" I was really keen on the song and listened to it non-stop - there is something really crazy in it, I totally like it :thumbsup:
Mother of God, I've just realized how he's dancing there :rolll: :rolll: I can't imagine how they were making this video... I wouldn't dance like that even if I am alone :obey:

Martin always had awesome hairstyles, he looked better in youth than now, not like David, who's more handsome now, definitely :love:
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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 9:31pm


I've also come across Marina with Bulgarian lyrics, but I can't think of them right now. Talking about lyrics, the second song shows the greatness of the lyrics of our folk songs.
It was something like : "Марица, Марица, Марица - едничка плавателна река. По тебе плават кораби със стари баби кьорави и дядовци с бастунчета разтягат си локумчета" :lol: :lol:
My granddad is a great fan of folklore music. He quite often was singing that one, also one of his favourite:
I totally agree about the lyrics, I always listen to them with interset to hear what story they tell :drink:

My grandmother was the singer of the family. She was part of a folklore choir, like the Mystery of Bulgarian Voices, only probably 1000 times less grandious. She was also a folklore dancer and she promised me to teach me to perform every single horo before I go abroad :D
Congrats for your grandma, she is a very talanted woman obviously. My grandma is also now in some folklore choir, but after listening them once, I must say they still need a lot of practice ^^
I'm very bad with horata, I know only the right and I also knew elenino, but I haven't danced it for ages, so I'm not that sure anymore :P I wish you success with learning all of them, it will be hard and very exhaustive work, but it would be great if you manage to learn them. I also really want the same, but I'm afraid that I'm not that talanted :D

Playing accordion was something I, let's say, "often" wanted to learn and to do(I hate the words"I always wanted to..." :lol: ). So I somewhat envy your grandfather and maybe some day I'll try to learn to play it myself like he had done. Now I know that it can be done and I hope this will give me more courage to try to learn it. :)
I wish you luck with that - there is nothing impossible :win: Plus, you know what? In the end you, I, our grandmas and my grandpa can form one wedding orchestar and why not play on Ola's brother wedding! :lol:
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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 9:47pm



I wish you luck with that - there is nothing impossible :win: Plus, you know what? In the end you, I, our grandmas and my grandpa can form one wedding orchestar and why not play on Ola's brother wedding! :lol:


Oh, that would be a total disaster :lol:


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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 10:20pm

Olcia do something. He can't married.
Are you kidding me? I won't do anything! I'm going to be a bridesmaid!!! :D Plus, it is he, who is getting married, not me, so why should I care about their marriage? :D But I'll show him your post, just in case :D

I wish you luck with that - there is nothing impossible :win: Plus, you know what? In the end you, I, our grandmas and my grandpa can form one wedding orchestar and why not play on Ola's brother wedding! :lol:
Please guys, you have to!!! :obey: :rolll: He's wedding is actually on his birthday and the continuation of the wedding (I serously didn't know how to say 'poprawiny' in English...) is on mine and that would be the best possible gift ever :rolll:

Btw, Aga :thumbsup: for Muse
And thank you Georgi for a nice welcome :)
I'll see it when I believe it.

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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 10:25pm

Just got back home so let's start :whistle:









listen to these songs, I'm sure u will like them :)
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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 10:31pm

Guys, I have left you only for a couple of hours and I have a tons of posts to catch up, unbelievable :aww: Now, mine computer is smashed, so I can understand you triglav... or should I call you Joro? :D I like it.
In the beginning I have to share it with you:

It's a bit out of our topic about accordions but this music is rousing too. It's Belgian dance. And not only same music is so great but the dance too. I hope you can take part in this dance to this song one day 'cause this is experience beyond all imagination. I'm serious. It was probably one of the most joyful 3 minutes in my life :roll: This dance is so simple and it may look monotonous when you watch it on youtube. But believe me, it's a HUGE FUN!

I'm going on with exploring 'Enej' :super: :
This is my personal number 2 from Enej :win: Number 1 is "Radio Hello" and this one is number 3:




And one lezginka, very beautiful dances.
This music is a pure magic :obey: Not to mention that I can't take eyes off of this little boy dancing, he's awesome :D I'm dancing together with him now :dance4:

Talking about acordeons, I'll make a confession - one of my grandfathers has an acoredon and from time to time is playin on it, actually he hasn't done it from a lot of time, but when during the summers as a kid I visited my grandparents I always asked him to take it and play something to me. He is not a musician and never has studied to play - he's just having a good natural 'hearing' for music, loves music and he knows to play several songs. He also has a little drum and a big tapan and a guitar, but he can't play the guitar and I don't know why he has bought it at all :lol: When I was second grade he wanted me to attend guitar lessons with it, but I refused :rolll: :rolll: :rolll:
My grandpa liked to play on grass and whistle for me and when I was a kid it was a summit of my desires to play on grass and whistle just like he could do it :D And his favourite instrument was a vacuum cleaner. He danced and sang to the accompaniment of this "instrument" :D

And Muse(greetings for user Miguel), I listen them since 2007 and don't want to stop.
I'm crazy about this band. They are from another galaxy :cheesy: Here's my favourite:
"People wait all week for friday, all year for summer, all life for happiness."

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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 10:36pm

Ok, Kaziyski you made me obsessed with Pips, Chips & Videoclips. In less then half a day :obey:
"People wait all week for friday, all year for summer, all life for happiness."

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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 10:38pm



one of my favorite bands, songs r very deep, often is mirror of Ian's personal thoughts. RIP Ian
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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 10:48pm

Ok, Kaziyski you made me obsessed with Pips, Chips & Videoclips. In less then half a day :obey:


I'm glad u like them :)







ROSITA ROCKS :obey: I get goose bumps every time I hear this song :obey:
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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 11:01pm


Come on, this is too much for me, I'm dying... What really good music can do with people, amazing
"Šampanjac stavi pa nam nazdravi" :drink:
"People wait all week for friday, all year for summer, all life for happiness."

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Tuesday, June 5th 2012, 11:06pm











Sao Paolo is very sad song, although music is quite cheerful. Porculan means porcelain, monster song but very sad :( Mrgud, gorostas i tat is very positive song. Enjoy :)
Shiva :heart:

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