Pilentze Pee is just one of the immensely moving and powerful pieces by the Bulgarian State Radio & Television Female Vocal Choir, best known for their contributions to the “Le Mystère Des Voix Bulgares” a series of LPs released by Swiss Organist Marcel Cellier from 1975 onwards. Since its release and then reissue in 1987, the Choir’s music has become a popular complement for a wide range of artistic endeavours including film soundtracks, commercials, modern dance choreography. The allure of the group’s work is central to the beauty of their sound and the character of their music. Their artistic director Dora Hristova touched upon the incredible skill set required to achieve such a unique sound saying “It is a natural, piercing sound for the outdoors to carry across the fields or from hilltop to hilltop. The sound is created in the larynx, it resonates in the chest. It requires great pressure of the breath to create the sound and you must be very strong to sing in this fashion”. This glimmering LP comes highly recommended, and holds a very special place in record collections far and wide.