More Sokol Pie

More Sokol Pie

"More Sokol Pie" (English: Behold a Falcon is Drinking) is a traditional folk song from the Balkans, equally popular in Bulgaria and the Republic of Macedonia.The first performer of the song is Bulgarian singer Baba Nastia Pavlova. Her record is from 1940. Then the song was recorded by another Bulgarian singers Mary Kokareshkova and Teodora Ivanova. After them was made ​​stereo recordings by singer Lyuben Bozhkov. Among the other performers of the song are Kostadin Gugov, Sarievski Alexander, Nicola Badev, Slavi Trifonov, Volodya Stoyanov and a group of "Episode". The song is also included in many compilations with Bulgarian singing folklore.

Elena Risteska version

"More Sokol Pie
Море сокол пие"
Single by Elena Risteska
from the album Makedonija Zasekogaš
Released 2008
Format CD song; Radio play
Recorded 2008
Genre Pop, Traditional Macedonian music, R&B
Length 04:52
Producer Darko Dimitrov
Elena Risteska singles chronology
Nekade Daleku (Bye, Bye)
(2008)
More Sokol Pie
(2008)
Sakam Da Te Galam
(2008)
Makedonija Zasekogaš track listing
Sardisale Lešočkiot manastir (Sonja Tarculovska)
(09)
"More Sokol Pie"
(10)
I nie sme deca na Makedonija (Saso Gigov - Gis)
(11)

External links

Template:Music of Bulgaria


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