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Name:Pece Atanasovski x2 Macedonian folk dances

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Pece Atanasovski - Macedonian folk dances (Size: 170.63 MB) (Files: 31)

 Pece Atanasovski - Macedonian folk dances


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  B1 KOPACKA.mp3

6.43 MB


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  A5 JENI JOL.mp3

6.44 MB


5.23 MB


5.73 MB


7.21 MB

  A1 TESKOTO.mp3

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 Pece Atanasovski & Ansambl narodnih instrumentata - Macedonian folk dances (reels)


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  b6 nevestinsko oro.mp3

6.28 MB

  b5 zetovsko oro.mp3

3.85 MB

  b4 mashkoto oro.mp3

7.28 MB

  b3 zensko pushteno oro.mp3

6.87 MB

  b2 staro tikeshko oro.mp3

7.43 MB

  b1 beranche (bajrache).mp3

5.47 MB

  a6 Ochepolska potrchulka.mp3

5.57 MB

  a5 Sitna lisa.mp3

5.69 MB

  a4 Krivo zensko oro.mp3

5.82 MB

  a3 Ovchepolsko oro.mp3

6.64 MB

  a2 Pravo oro.mp3

6.08 MB

  a1 Postupano oro.mp3

11.40 MB

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Torrent description

Just finished recording/scanning/editing these two classic and until now utterly unavailable records. You can buy a compilation of peces recordings from one of the many companies that specializes in buying old east-block recordings for next to nothing, then repack and resell them for high profits (of which none goes to the original artists). So I phoned up my mom (allthough danish, she took music classes from Pece, back in the seventies) and convinced her to let me rip her old vinyls. This is the first batch of original retro-yugo-rips:

Pece Atanasovski / Atanasovskoga & Ansambl narodnih instrumentata
Makedonska narodna ora - Macedonian folk dances (reels)
MP3 vinyl rip with cover scans

a1 Postupano oro
a2 Pravo oro
a3 ovcepolsko oro
a4 krivo zensko oro
a5 sitna lisa
a6 ovcepolska potrculka
b1 berance (bajrace)
b2 staro tikvesko oro
b3 zensko pusteno oro
b4 maskoto oro
b5 zetovsko oro
b6 nevestinsko oro

II. Pece Atanasovski - Macedonian folk dances
MP3 vinyl rip with cover scans

Tracklist w. notes transcribed from cover:

TESKOTO - this dance originates from the Western part of Macedonia and it
is well-known as the most expressive representative of the macedonian
folklor. It is danced only by men. Rhytham 4/4.

BUVCANSKO - woman dance from the southern Macedonia. The name of the dance
comes from the village Buv (Lerin). Rhitham 2/4.

SKUDRINKA - the name of the dance comes from the beautitul village named
Skudrinje in the location of Dolna Reka -in the Radika’a valley. It’s
danced during the holidays or gathering days. Rhitham 4/4.

CRNOGORKA - this dance is from the cyclus of gathering dances and it
originates from Corno Povardaric - the Skopie region. its danced at
various gatherings in viliages and especiaily during the great spring
holidays. Tina dance belongs to the mast attractive circles. Rhytham 6/4.

JENI JOL - turkiah woman dance from Skopje. Rhytham 2/4.

CUPURLIKA - the dance from Titov Veles. This vuman dance is characterized
with wealthy oriental gestures. Rhytham 7/8.

KOPACKA - this dance belongs to the most lively dances in Eastern
Macedonia. The coreographical elements represent a rhytmical mosaic of the
agricultural work during the digging time. Rhytham 2/4.

BABA DJURDJA - a lively gathering dance from Gorno Povardaric - the Skopje
region. Rhytham 7/8.

KALAJDZISKO originates from Titov Veles and the near surroundings, but has
been created at the beginning of the XIX-th century, during the Turkish’
empire, when the crafts have reached the highest degree in their
development on the Balkans. In that time the handcraft of the coppersmiths
and tinmen have been mostly applied. The tinmen have often travelled as
handicraftsmen in various settlements. They have cleaned and tinned the
copper Vessels to the households. Using the tin-smith trade they cleaned
with the feet, moving the whole body and this moment results the
coreographical elements which represent the artistical reflex in 11/16.

MASKO BERANCE - originates from the south-western part of Macedonia and
comprises a large region. This dance is one of the oldest manly dances
with great coregraphical elements and Rhytmical gestures in 12/16, and it
is only a male dance.

ZENSKO KRSTENO - originates from the Skopie region. A long time ago it was
danced only by the women, but in the last fourty years its danced together
by women and men. rhytham 7/8.

KUCANO ORO - originates from pelagonia. It is characterized by great
dignity during the dancing and by wealthy dancing contents. Rhytham 12/16.

STARO ZENSKO KRSTENO - one of the most typical dances, with a great number
of cross-legged elements. These movements are typical for our dances
which are played in the valley. The dance comes from the Skopje Region.
Rhytham 4/4.

- Tekst Pece Atanasovski

Notes and quotes:
"Petre Vasilev "Pece" Atanasovski was born on October 25, 1927, in the village of Dolneni (near Prilep), Macedonia, the son of Vasile Atanasov Todorovski. (It was the tradition until World War II for a male child to have his second name his father's, and his last name his grandfather's. Thus Pece is "Petre, son of Vasile, son of Atanas." Since the war, however, custom has changed and everone in a family has the same last name. Pece grew up in Dolnani, in a household with nine other children, and lived there until 1944. As a child, he was a shepherd and attended school only through the fourth grade. After that, he would have had to go to Prilep to continue his schooling and his parents would have had to pay. Even so, he was probably more fortunate than many other boys his age, who never learned to read and write.
He began playing instruments at the age of 5 or 6. Many of the men in his family were good musicians on the gajde, kaval, or šupelka, and Pece learned to play all of these instruments, although at first he only played the surla (chanter) part of the gajda.
In 1950, Pece joined the then-forming state dance ensemble "Tanec" as well. He traveled throughout the world with the group, including a trip to the United States, and remained with the ensemble until 1959.
Pece, who died in 1996, is survived by his wife Cena and two daughters, Vesna and Suzana.
Dances Pece taught include Baba Džurdža, Beran?e, Berovka, Buv?ansko, Crnogorka, ?u?uk Oro, ?upurlika, Dolgoto Oro, Kavardaka, Kopa?ka, Maškoto Oro, Nevestinsko Oro, Odeno Oro, Ov?epolsko Oro, Pajduško Oro, Patrunino, Postupano Oro, Potr?ano Oro, Pravo Oro, Ratevka, Sitna Lisa, Skudrinka, Staro Oro, Teškoto, Topansko Oro, Toska/Memede, Tropnalo Oro, Žensko Beran?e and many more."

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