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The troupe consisted of singers who studied in USA, Italy and Austria, among them: P. Dimitrov, J. Minchev, M. Vasileva, K. Stoyanov, S. Makedonsky, G. Donchev, P. Raichev, X. Morfova, A. Todorova et al. In 1910, the premieres of the operas Beggar Manolov, Kamen and Price by Kautsky and Ivanov, Borislav G. Atanasov (Maestro) and Takhir-Begovita by Khadzhigeorgiev were premiered. New to the bulg.Atanasova ("Maestro") and "Tahir-runner" by Hadzhigeorgiev. New to the bulg.Atanasova ("Maestro") and "Tahir-runner" by Hadzhigeorgiev. New to the bulg. musesart operettas were children's operettas - G. Atanasova “Fairy Spring” (“Samodivskoto Izvorche”, 1911), “Golden Girl” (“Zlatnoto momike”, 1915), etc., P. Pipkova “Children and Birds” (“Dec and birds ”, 1909) and“ Grasshopper and Ants ”(“ Shurets and Mravka ”, 1910). In 1918, operetta theaters, the Cooperative Theater, etc. were opened in Sofia. At the end of the 19th century. the first orchestras began to be created, first - the military. wind instruments; first symph. the orchestra was in 1892, hands. G. Atanasov. In 1912 N. Atanasov created the first Bulgarian. symphony. At the turn of the 19-20 centuries. Bolg began to develop. museswill execute. art. The first concert pianists beginning 20 century- I. Torchanov, A. Stoyanov, P. Pelishek; violinists - S. Popov, N. Simeonova, X. Koch; cellist I. Tsibulka; flutist N. Stefanov. At the end of the 19th century Bulgarian musicology was born. Most mean. proceedings dedicated. Nar B. m. (K. Makhan); D. Hristov (“Rhythmic foundations for folk music and no music”, 1913) and V. Stoin (“Bulgarian folk music. Metric and rhythm”, 1927) studied their metro-rhythms in their studies. The first bulg. musicians received muses. education in USA, Germany and Austria-Hungary. In 1904, the Sofia Private Muses was created.