Parashkev Hadjiev

Parashkev Hadjiev (Bulgarian: Парашкев Хаджиев; born in Sofia, Bulgaria, 27 April 1912 - 1992) was a Bulgarian composer. He was the son of conductor Todor Hadjiev, an early champion of Bulgarian opera. Some view Parashkev Hadjiev as perhaps the most important post-war composer in Bulgaria.[1]

Parashkev Hadjiev
Born(1912-04-27)27 April 1912
Sofia, Bulgaria
Died28 April 1992(1992-04-28) (aged 80)
Sofia, Bulgaria
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WorksEdit

OperasEdit

  • Once Upon a Time (1957)
  • A Madcap (1959) - Libretto Ivan Genov
  • Albena (1962) - libretto Peter Filchev (after the drama of Yordan Yovkov)
  • Aika-1963 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MSv5VWjdc4U
  • July Night (1964) - after the drama of Ivan Genov Early ballad
  • Millionaire (1965) - a comedy Yordan Yovkov
  • Masters (1966) - a drama of R. Stoyanov
  • Golden Apple - (1972)
  • Leto 893 (1973) - Libretto Pancho Panchev
  • Maria Desislava (1978) - Libretto Kamen Zidarov
  • Ioannis Rex (1981) - Libretto Радко Радков / Radko Radkov
  • Paradoxes three one-act operas: Divorce, Thief and Gifts (1982)
  • I, Claudius (1984)
  • Star without name (1985) - Libretto Ognyan Stamboliev
  • Malingerer (1987)
  • Babinata bread (1989)
  • Inspector (1990)
  • John Kukuzel Love (1992)

OperettaEdit

  • Divided (1952)
  • Icahn (1955 d)
  • Madame Sans Gene (1958 d)

Film musicEdit

  • Marriage, directed by Borozanov B. (1942)
  • Fire trail, directed by B. Borozanov, At. Georgiev (1946)
  • Kalin eagle, directed by Borozanov B. (1950)
  • Traces remain, directed by Peter Vasilev (1956)
  • Little, directed by N. Korabov (1958)

RecordingsEdit

  • Songs of Parashkev Hadjiev (Песните на Парашкев Хаджиев) Ludmila Hadjieva. CD 0717-2 2006.[2]
  • On Slavic Arias by Krassimira Stoyanova - aria from Maria Desislava, opera: Scene 4. Velíki bózhe, chuy móyata molbá![3]

HonoursEdit

Hadzhiev Glacier in Antarctica is named after Parashkev Hadzhiev.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Amanda Holden The new Penguin opera guide 2001 "PARASHKEV HADJIEV b 27 April 1912, Sofia, Bulgaria The son of Todor Hadjiev - conductor and early champion of Bulgarian opera - Parashkev Hadjiev is perhaps the most important post-war composer in Bulgaria."
  2. ^ .1. БРЕ СТОЯНЕ, 2. ДВЕ ОЧИ, 3. ПРИСПИВНА ПЕСЕН, 4. ПОСВЕЩЕНИЕ, 5. ЛЮБОВ, 6. ГРОЗДАНО МОМЕ, 7. ЖЕЛАНИЕ, 8. МЪГЛА, 9. ИЗПИТАНИЕ, 10. ФЛЕЙТА, 11. ПАМЕТНИК, 12. ДОБРЕ ДОШЛА ЛЮБОВ, 13. ТИ СИ, 14. ВЪРНИ СЕ, 15. МОЙ СКИТНИКО, 16. ЕДНА РОЗА, 17. ОТНОВО НОЩ, 18. ПЕСЕН ЗА ТРИТЕ ЛЕШНИКА, 19. СЪЛЗИ , 20. СИНЕОКАТА, 21. ДАРОВЕ, 22. ПИРИНСКА ПЕСЕН, 23. ГЕРГЬОВДЕН,
  3. ^ Красимира Стоянова - Парашкев Хаджиев: Мария - Десислава - Молитвата на Мария - Десислава