Petko Gruev Staynov Foundation
The Foundation’s library of musical scores has at its disposal the following digitized scores of the Petko Staynov’s works, almost all of which were discovered after year 2000:

 

Concert a cappella choir songs

A HUNDRED-AND-TWENTY MEN : For a male choir. Lyrics by Pencho Slaveikov. Kazanluk 1915. A digital version, developed in 2001 by deciphering the Braille original.

LILYANA SET OFF : A folksongs medley for a mixed choir. Kazanluk, 1915. A digital version, developed in 2001 by deciphering the Braille original.

CHRIST HAS RISEN : for a four-voiced choir. Religious lyrics. 1946. A digital version, developed in 2005 on the basis of a hand-written original.

I’M SO HAPPY AND GLAD : For a male choir. A folksong. Harmonized by Petko Stainov. 1932. A digital version, developed in 2005 on the basis of a hand-written original.

 

Songs

A NIGHT OVER THE CAMP : A song for a single two-voice children’s choir. Lyrics by Georgi Aleksiev. 1961. A digital version, developed in 2001 by deciphering the Braille original.

LITTLE PINE-TREE : For a children’s choir. Anony¬mous author. 1961. A digital version, developed in 2001 by deciphering the Braille original..

AN ASPEN HAS GROWN : A Christmas horo for a single choir. Lyrics by an anonymous author. 1930. A digital version, developed in 2001 by deciphering the Braille original.

A NIGHT IN THE MOUNTAIN : For a children’s choir. Lyrics by Simeon Marinov. 1958. A digital version, developed in 2001 by deciphering the Braille original.

BROOK : For two voices. Lyrics without author. 1958. A digital version, developed in 2001 by deciphering the Braille original.

SPRING : For a two-voice (probably) children’s choir. Lyrics by Asen Raztsvetnikov. 1961. A digital version, developed in 2001 by deciphering the Braille original.

MY HOME VILLAGE : For two voices. Lyrics by Kalina Malina. 1958. A digital version, developed in 2001 by deciphering the Braille original.

 

Chamber Works

LEGEND : (orchestral work) Kazanlak, 1914.

Score. A digital version, developed in 2001 by deciphering the Braille original.

Flute parts

Clarinet parts (in B)

Contrabass parts

First violin parts

Second violin parts

Viola parts

Cello parts

 

FANTASY No.1 “THE END WILL COME, BUT WHEN, OH, GOD” : (a septet, opus 3) Kazanlak, 1916.

Score. A digital version, developed in 2001 by deciphering the Braille original.

Flute parts

Clarinet parts (in C)

First violin parts

Second violin parts

Viola parts

Cello parts

Contrabass parts

 

NIGHT : A song for baritone and piano. Lyrics by Todor Hristov. Kazanlak, 1915. A digital version, developed in 2001 by deciphering the Braille original.

 

A SONG FOR MY GRIEVING BROTHER : A song for soprano, violin and piano. Lyrics by Botyo Savov. Kazanlak, 1915. A digital version, developed in 2001 by deciphering the Braille original.

 

 

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