Ah, Kade E Mojto Libe

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This is a beautiful Macedonian folk ballad. In a traditional setting, it's performed lively and even on weddings. But I thought that a ballad style would suit much more the love and lyrical theme of this song.

Story: This is the first song that me and my future wife sung in one December night in 2006. There were a Bulgarian couple, Poli and Niki, that I met in London a few years ago. We were always saying that we ought to have a party in the Balkans one day.

And so, in Dec'06 I was going to visit my family and Pavlina and Nikolay arranged to come for a 24-hour visit from neighbouring Sophia, Bulgaria.

They asked could they bring friends, and eventually brought two ladies with them, Kalina and Ginka.

When Ginka entered the house, she simply exclaimed: oh, how beautiful.

It was a great party, all my huge family and three brothers with their families were there, my mother, my dear friends, over 20 people in total. It was wonderful and exciting.

In the excellent Balkan tradition, we were singing songs from the region.

I noticed already the beautiful Ginka, but there was no way that I could speak to her personally in the huge crowd where I was really the host of the event.

But she loved singing, so I suggested that we sing a song together.

Bulgarians know and love most of the Macedonian songs. so, we were going through my ancient Macedonian song-book when Ginka pointed out this song, which translates as Oh, Where's My Darling.

I rarely sing this on my own, but we gave it a try and it sounded beautiful. This was a bonding moment, we both felt.

The rest is history... the next time we sung this song was at our wedding:-)

I recorded it as an audio memory from that event.



Ах, каде е мојто либе
Дали мисли тоа на мене
Јас по него само мислам
И за него јас ќе умрам

Болен лежев јас по него
И со солзи на очите
Кажи, кажи верно либе
Кого љубиш освен мене

Зошто кажа ти на мама
Каде бевме ние двајца
Ако либе ме прелага
Подобро е јас да умрам

Блазе оној кој што љуби
Кој што љуби верно либе
Тој бесценет камен носи
И е верен дур до гроба


from Pesnite Zvezdeni, released February 1, 2007


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Viktor Mastoridis London, UK

At the moment working on a new album with a London-based band Valkania.
Musical influences: started with Blues (Eric Clapton, Peter Green), then Classic & Prog Rock (Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Queen, Yes), moved to Hip-Hop, discovered Balkan Folk (Greek & Macedonian); involved in Children's Educational music...
Settled with Balkan World Music: a Fusion of all the music experiences so far.
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