01. Mome Malenko
02. Pora Sotunda
03. Rano Ranila
04. Mani Yanni
08. Zableyalo Agne
11. Shandai Ya
(Only included with the box & complete edition)
1. Sluntse Milo, Yasno Greiche
2. Mome Malenko (live)
3. Yove (live)
4. Zableyalo Agne (live)
5. Shandai Ya (live)
This release is available in 4 different formats:
CD – Standard CD version packaged in a digisleeve.
2CD Book – Limited, hardcover book release containing a 2nd CD including 5 bonus tracks.
Vinyl LP – Standard LP on black vinyl.
Complete Box – Complete edition box set including the 2CD book, box-exclusive blue 180 gram LP with cyrillic lettering on the sleeves, super audio CD and 4 art prints (Limited to 1000 copies).
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The first 25 orders get a free CD of Projekt’s 1999 release from former Dead Can Dance percussionist Peter Ulrich: Pathways & Dawns.
The Mystery Of The Bulgarian Voices will release their first album of new studio recordings in over two decades on May 25th, 2018. Better known to many as Le Mystère des Voix Bulgares (Grammy winner for “Best Traditional Folk Recording”), ‘BooCheeMish’ sees the esteemed Bulgarian choir performing together with erstwhile 4AD Records label mate Lisa Gerrard (co-founder of the duo Dead Can Dance) on several tracks, thereby uniting two of the most distinctive vocal acts working in music. Gerrard, who is also well known for her movie soundtrack work on films such as ‘Gladiator’ and ’The Insider’, has often spoken about the influence the choir exerted on her singing technique when she discovered their music in the early 1980’s.
In successfully connecting Bulgarian folklore with other traditions and cultures, the album manages to retain the unique identity of the voices, vocal styles and techniques of the individual choir members, even when allying them with acoustic accompaniment such as stringed instruments and various types of percussion, including beatbox.
Once described as “the marriage of the avant-garde and the Middle Ages”, the magic of the ensemble stems from its success in mastering Bulgaria’s diverse, age-old vocal traditions while simultaneously sounding strikingly modern and original, thanks to the unique choral music structure – multi-part a cappella arrangements that transform its collective sound into strange colors as if something other than the human voice is being heard.