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Iskrica 3

58 (c) mùzikə ìmə svìr’ət igràjət xurà tugàə təncùvəne n’àməše kvòt segà
Musicians play, people dance the round dance. There wasn’t today’s dancing,

Kralevo 1

7 (a) p’ejət òrətə svìrət ə če izl’àzəə məšɨ̀n’
people would sing, play music, and then these machines appeared

Repljana 2

97 (a) i na òsmi dvàta dɤ̀na mùzika i dvè nòč mùzika svìri
On the eighth [too]. Both days there's music, and both nights. Music playing

Vasiljovo 2

23 (b) i si vìka:me gajdàre cigulàre d’è̝ mùzika ud n’àkade dòde
And we’d engage bagpipe players and violinists, wherever musicians came from,

24 (b) ta ni svìri ta si pràzvame po trì d’è̝n’a
and they played for us and we celebrated three days.

25 (b) nalì trì d’èn’a si òde:me i si svìrea i si go pràzvame
For three days we’d go out, musicians played, and we celebrated.

Vladimirovo 2

11 (a) pa sìčko tàm mùzika
and everything – and music.

13 (a) i mùzika i si svìri i nìe òdime si z g’ùlove
Music. They played music, and we went with roses [in our hair],

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Recommended Model for Citations

Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition [2016] (http://www.bulgariandialectology.org, visited on 1 March 2016)
Babjak 1: 13-15. In: Bulgarian Dialectology as Living Tradition [2016] (http://www.bulgariandialectology.org, visited on 1 March 2016)

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