Choir,SATB — — 20th Century,Sacred,General Worship,Repertoire,Technique Training Composed by Dobri Christov (Hristov). Arranged by Thomas R. Vozzella. 20th Century, Sacred, General Worship, Repertoire, Technique Training. 2 pages. Published by Thomas R. Vozzella (S0.398281). Price: $1.99
— listening CD — Classical By Piano Duo Genova & Dimitrov; Dobri Paliev; Plamen Todorov; Bulgarian National Radio Symphony Orchestra; Yordan Kamdzhalov; Yordan Kamdzhalov. By Victor Babin; Bela Bartok. Country of Origin: Germany. Classical. Listening CD. Published by CPO (NX.555001-2). Price: $16.99
— DVD — By Orchestra of The Royal Opera House; Nunez; Choe; Mcrae; Grier; Lamb; Hristov; Clark; Acosta; Benjamin; Watson; Wordswort. By MacMillan; Shostakovich; Joplin. DVD. Published by Opus Arte (NX.OA-1038D). Price: $29.99
— listening compact disc — By Female Chamber Choir With The Academy Of Music, Dance & Fine Arts - Plovdiv, Chetinian, and Georgieva. By Bela Bartok (1881-1945), Veljo Tormis (1930-), Adler, and Hristov. Listening compact disc. Published by Gega New Ltd (NX.GD365). Price: $16.99
— DVD — Classical By Martin Tsonev, Mario Krastev, Irina Zhekova, Rumyana Petrova, Sergei Drobishevski, Biser Georgiev, Angel Hristov, Dimitar Stanchev, Kostadin Andreev, Petar Buchkov, Plamen Papazikov, Tsveta Sarambelieva, Hrisimir Damyanov, Orlin Nevenkin, and Nikolay Petrov. By Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky (1839-1881). Classical. DVD. Published by Dynamic (NX.DYN-37718). Price: $32.99
Dobri Hristov (b. 1875, d. 1941) was born in Varna, Bulgaria during the Bulgarian slavery (1396-1878).
Hristov was one of the major Bulgarian composers of the 20th century. He wrote mainly choral music, as well as some church music and music for the orchestra. He graduated from the Prague Conservatory in 1903 (under the directorship of the famous Czech composer Antonín Dvořák). He returned to Bulgaria and helped with the development of Bulgarian music culture, using lots of Bulgarian folklore elements in his compositions. He was conductor of "The Seven Saints" (http://www.thesevensaints.com) ensemble and choir in the church of the same name in Sofia, Bulgaria between 1911 and 1928.