Publications

Book:

Latin chant for Saints, venerated both in Western and Eastern Churches (St. St. Cyril and Methodius, St. Nicholas of Mira, St. George, St. St. Cosmas and Damian), Sofia, 2016, ISBN 978-954-2925-34-7    [full text in Bulgarian, Abstract in English]

Articles (selected):

Wurstisen lute book as a late source of German lute tablature. With special attention on the fantasias. – In: Lute News, vol. 122, July 2017  read 

Emanuel Wurstisen’s manuscript (CH-Bu Ms. F.IX.70) as a source of German lute tablature – In: Journal of Bulgarian Musicology, N. 4, 2015, 4-20, ISSN 0204 – 823X  read

Free instrumental forms in the 16th century lute repertory – In: Journal of Bulgarian Musicology, N. 3, 2015, 35-48, ISSN 0204 – 823X read

Chant repertory for the Office of St. Cosmas and Damian in the Worcester Antiphoner GB-WO F.160 – In: Journal of Bulgarian Musicology, N. 3, 2014, 63-93, ISSN 0204—823X read

Notated chants for St. Cyril and Methodius in the Ambrosian Antiphoner, 1935 (study of their origin and contain). – In: Palaeobulgarica, N. 2, 2014, 74-100, ISSN 0204-4021

To the Terminology of the Repertoire for Divine Office in the Gregorian Antiphoner – In: Journal of Bulgarian Musicology, N. 3-4, 2013, 5-24, ISSN 0204—823X read

The Great Matin’s responsories for St. Nicholas in the Gregorian antiphoner. To the matter of compiling and transmission. In: Journal of Bulgarian Musicology, N. 1, 2013, 17-32, ISSN 0204—823X

Chant repertory for the Office of St. George in the Gregorian Antiphoner – In: Litera et Lingua, N. 1-2, 2013, ISSN 1312-6172

Notated chants for the Office of St. Cyril and Methodius in the Gregorian Antiphoner. – In: Palaeobulgarica, N. 2, 2012, 53-68. ISSN 0204-4021

The antiphons at the Latin repertory of St. Nicholas – In: Journal of Bulgarian Musicology, N. 2, 2012, 57-72. ISSN 0204 – 823X