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Nazdravé friends ! (soon here, the traduction into Bulgarian..... with truths pieces !) Добре Дошли на уеб страницата на Борислав !
Borislav SIMEONOV : Tamboura, guitar and double bass
Borislavovich with the double bass Originary from Bulgaria he plays the music since 1984. At the age of 5 he starts by learning the piano.
He chooses the guitar then whereas his dream is to play of the battery.
At 14 years he thus learns the song and the guitar with ' Dancho Dad '. One year later he enters to the academy to study there the traditional guitar with Dimiter Doïtchinoff his professor. During adolescence and in parallel he evolves to more current musics (blues, rock'n'roll)...
In 1995 he arrives to France and by nostalgia he takes again the Bulgarian traditional repertory.
It is in 2001 that he makes knowledge with Zangora; in 2003 he joint the group.
He brings the "Bulgarian color there" while being pressed on the traditional and popular of his country instrument, the tamboura ... in addition to the acoustic bass guitar.
He introduces then the double bass, legendary instrument become necessary, even essential to the musical style of the "Zangora" group...
(large a thank you with Lolozzz while passing)

Borislavovich with will tamboura To know some a little more about "The Bulgarian Tamboura":
This popular instrument of the cordophones, of presumedly Turkish origin or Perso-Arabic, the tamboura is widespread especially in the south-east of Bulgaria and the area of the mountain of Pirine.
The tamboura has the shape of a pear. Its case is made of sycamore or pear tree. The higher table of the case is bored of two or several openings of resonance. The instrument has a length handle carrying a narrow key and ankles to regulate the tension of the cords. Those are carried by the rest and reserves by a piece of beech called "button".
borislav with the rhythmic guitar
Throughout the key, are laid out of the made hoops of metal string, of bowels of sheep or linen thread. Their number depends on dimensions and of the species of the tamboura and varies between 12 and 18. The strings of the tamboura are out of metal, rolled up of a copper wire, which makes the tone soft and tender. To produce sounds, one grips them using a small plate of bark of griottier.
The Bulgarian tambouras has different size, with the number of strings, the agreement and the positions varied. Nowadays, the tamboura it most widespread is that with 8 cords, 18 hoops, with the chromatic agreement and of a great extent. Formerly, the tamboura players were only men and they were accompanied some while singing. In the contemporary orchestras and sets, the tamboura generally creates the harmony and marks the rate/rhythm. However, it makes it possible to the skilful instrumentalists to interpret solos of remarkable technique and virtuosity.

(The Informations from the 'tamboura' come from the ' private College of foreign languages Alexandre Dumas' in Bulgaria)



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