By Boris A. Kremenliev
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They closely followed the text, forming times. two-verse couplets. Duple meter was the most frequent, although irregular five, and similar measure units which appear in later Bulgarian folk songs were seven, sometimes used. 8 With the conversion of Bulgaria to Christianity in the ninth century, folk music to strong antagonism from the clergy. The unmistakably pagan was subjected flavor of the folk song was naturally censured by the Christian leaders who were attempting to bring the light of their own religion to the Bulgarian peasant.
859. The tekna, Pileto Stoin, group. national dances Mori shto mi mi pe, and Kovaddrche belong to the same Meter 35 Music written in septuple meter, asymmetrically grouped, is also Turkish (usul devr-hindi) and in modern Greek folk music. However, for that dance. M. is H S 400 is found. a q uintu P le meter with only one note. In the Christmas carol primary accent, which falls on the dotted eighth are third and second the consistently connected for poetic eighths (example 42) four contains measure each hence reasons; syllables.
Sung by Rada Mikhova and 13Maria Koleva, of Pomashka-Leshnztza, Teteven, March, 1928. Notated by R. D. Katzarova. Aieo Pur-che4e /^ mi La-za fur-clie - le, - si-vi s be re> - li gn - In - be. Example 14. Turchin sldza iz gord zelena (A Turk Descends from the Green Forest). Sung by Ninka K. Rampelska, 58, of Staliiska-Mahaia, Lorn, January, 1927. Notated by Christo Iliev. h=60 ^ (A 120) ftfe dflb za Tur-chin sla iz ( go - ra A 120) ^ r tu The 6/8 - tun iz pi as triplets is lu la cher -ve- na. found only in instrumental music; in slow tempo be considered nonexistent.
Bulgarian-Macedonian Folk Music by Boris A. Kremenliev