“A Path to the Past” (second book on the Reflection of the West-European Renaissance madrigal on some contemporary madrigal works), Ango Boijanov Edition, Sofia Bulgaria, 2000

“Baroque Choral Traditions and Style of Performance During the Seventeenth Century. Monograph, Art Vision, Sofia, Bulgaria, 1994./accepted in The Library of Congress, Music Division, Washington, D.C. 1995

Compiler of two collections, Part I-“Secular Choir Genres in the renaissance.” (A Cappella), out of print in 1989, Musica, Part II forthcoming, Musica Edition


“Orpheus’ Legacy – The Legend Vassil Arnaudov,” included in the monography dedicated the choir director Prof. Vassil Arnaudov by Alexander Abadjiev, June 2008, Sofia, Bulgaria

“The Sacred Music of the 20th Century. Basic Principles of the Genre and techniques of the Contemporary Composing writing.” “Music Horizons” magazine, issue 9, Sofia, Bulgaria, November 2003 (on print)

“Some Parallels in the Vocal-Choral Retrospective Creations of the 20th Century. I. Pizetti – Messa di Requiem and H. Caminski – Music for the Church Service and the Cylcle of Six Chorals.” “Music Horizons” magazine, issue 10, Sofia, Bulgaria, November 2003 (on print)

“Music and Alchemy”, “Musicotropies” magazine, issue 40-41, printed edition of Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2002

“Power and Freedom of the Contemporary Musician (Composer and Performer) in a Changing World”, publication in the printed edition of the fifth Fulbright Conference, Sofia, Bulgaria, 2002

“Twelve Madrigal Ballets and the creation of new synthetic genre by G. Carlo Menotti, Journal of Liberal Arts: ACT, Anatolia College, Thessaloniki, 1998 (volume 4 No. 1)

“Conducting from Kinesthetic Perspective”, Musical Horizons, June 1998, Sofia, BG

“Hindemith’s Madrigals”, Journal of Liberal Arts: ACT, Anatolia College, Thessaloniki, 1997(3)

“Heinrich Schutz – Sacrality and Spirituality: Some Problems of Interpretation of German Liturgical Music in Early Baroque Epoch.” Continuo magazine, new York, U.S.A., 1995 /recently accepted and forthcoming/

“Modern American Retrospections in the Field of the Madrigal Genre. Twelve Madrigal-Ballets by Gian Carlo Menotti.” American Choral Review, New York, USA, (accepted for 1996)

“The Motet and madrigal in Vocal-Choir Music During the Epoch of Early and Middle Baroque in Italy and Germany.” Musical Horizons, 4, 1993.

“The Problems of Interpretation Concerning the Ornamentation of Early Baroque Vocal-Choir Music.” Edition of Center for Amateur Art, Brochure – 3, Sofia, 1989.

“The Problems of Performing During the Renaissance and Baroque epoch.” Brochure, Sofia, 1988.

“The Problems of Performing during the renaissance and Baroque Epoch.” Brochure, Sofia, 1988.

“The Past, The Present, and Further…” Musical Horizons, 8, Sofia, 1988.

“Some Problems of Performing of Vocal-Choir Style of G. DA Palestrina.” Musical Horizons, 8, Sofia, 1988.

“The Madrigal Style of Composing and Performing Traditions in the Late Renaissance and Their Continuation in the Creative Works of Claudio Monteverdi, Alesandro Scarlati, and Heinrich Schutz.” Musical Horizons, 14, Sofia, 1987.

“The Choir-Performing Traditions and Styles During the Bloom of West European Renaissance – XVI and Early XVII Century.” Actual Problems of Choir amateur Art, Sofia, 1986.

“Bridge to the Past – Renaissance Madrigal Music and Its Reflection on Bulgarian Choir-Performing Practice.” Musical Horizons, 10, Sofia, 1982.

“Some Composing Methods and Performing Problems in the Contemporary Retrospections of Madrigal Art.” Musical Horizons, 10, Sofia, 1982.

“The Performing Problems of Interpretation of Madrigal Style in the Late Renaissance,” Musical Horizons, 2, Sofia, 1982.