"Momina Sulza" – a contemporary Bulgarian accordion composition by Vladimir Mollov.
Born in Bulgaria on the 13th of January, 1983 to a family of self‐taught wedding musicians, Vladimir was inspired by the sounds of the accordion since early childhood. At eighteen months old, he “played” his little accordion alongside his father at weddings.
At the age of seven he started taking formal accordion lessons with the nationally recognized pedagogue Nadejda Nicheva in Kazanluk, Bulgaria. At his later stages of musical development he studied with Dr. Peter Marinov at the National Music Academy, internationally recognized accordion artist Hristina Danova, and Nedelcho Dimitrov, a laureate of national and international accordion festivals and competitions.
In 2002 he joined the Duquesne University Tamburitzans and performed more than three hundred and fifty shows with the ensemble over a four year period. Vladimir still continues to arrange dance and instrumental music for the Tamburitzans. More info: www.vmollov.com
The "Momina Sulza" music video is produced by Milen Slavov-SLAVMAN.
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