Ибро Лолов ‎– Acordeon/Акордеон

Балкантон ‎– BHA 10231
Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo


A1 Ihtimanska Kopanitsa
A2 Godechko Horo
A3 Kyustendilska Ruchenitsa
A4 Breznishko Horo
A5 Gankino Horo
A6 Lolovo Horo
B1 Pernishka Ruchenitsa
B2 Pesen And Radomirsko Horo
B3 Shopsko Horo
B4 Belishko
B5 Pazardjishko Horo


He started playing the accordion from the age of 11, his first appearances are Sofia pubs and cafes. He grew up in a musical family - his father Lolo Naydenov has played the clarinet in the natives group.

His love of Bulgarian folk music and meeting with the music editor at BNR - George Boyadziev determine his path to a professional musician. In 1953 he made his first recordings with folk orchestra at Radio Sofia. Along with the record business, Ibro Lolov has extensively toured, traveled around the country, has toured abroad (the Balkans and Western Europe). He has worked with popular folk singers Atanaska Todorova, Boris Mashalov, Mita Stoicheva Kostadin Gugov with renowned musicians Petko Radev, Mladen Malakov, Didi Kushleva. In its long creative career Ibro Lolov has won various awards and competitions (especially prices Laureate its title from the World Music Festival "Heart of the accordion", France, 1983). Furthermore Bulgarian folk music, Ibro Lolov perform Balkan (Serbian, Greek, Romanian) and gypsy music (his are some of the most popular gypsy songs in Bulgaria recorded Nikolai Gurdev - "Leno Magdalena", "A gee uncle", "Koshnicharka "and the hit instrumental dance - Sofia, Bridal maiden).

Ibro himself Lolov determine their performance style as "shoppe style", "exuberant music", "staccato playing." Especially equilibrium prices in the construction of musical form, which says: "knee bend, so he said the dance was born"