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Examples of "godini"
Another Shturcite medley was performed at the concerts that became "20 godini po-kusno" in 1987, called "Kitka 'Shturcite'".
Mifko godini napreš mlozi insan, ne Pomaci, zafatiho da spisavot Pomackoso dumene i kakna sa pravet Pomacise ešte at starite godini. Ja so pačudih, oti naj-napreš nie, Pomacise, trabjava da zafatime da pisavame našoso dumene i našise adeteve i tačila.
U godini is the fifteenth studio album by Serbian singer Dragana Mirković and a collaborative album with Zlaja Band. It was released in 1999.
In 1997, Shturcite reformed and played a national tour. 10 tracks from one of the concerts were released on the CD "30 godini Shturcite" in 1998, alongside 6 new songs.
Ristovski's production company, Small Moves, partnered with the Vienna-based Synchro Film to produce the film. The project had a budget of about 600,000 euros, to which the Macedonian Ministry of Culture contributed 500,000 and Synchro Film about 10%. During production, the film's working title was "Godini na nadez", The film's post-production took place in Austria.
In 1990, the band released their final single, "Az sum prosto chovek", which became a popular anthem for Bulgarian democracy in the 1990s. They then broke up. Later that year, Balkanton released a compilation called "The Crickets", which mainly consists of tracks from "Musketarski marsh" and also included a live version of the song "XX vek" (the recording is taken from "20 godini po-kusno"). This was Shturcite's first official CD release and is one of only two issues of the "20 godini po-kusno" songs on CD (the other being "Pesen za Shturcite" on "1968-1980"). All the text on "The Crickets" is in English (except for the copyright warning on the CD, which is written in English, French, German and Bulgarian) and features liner notes by a woman called Claire Levi. It and a similar compilation by fellow Bulgarian rock band FSB are the first two rock releases on CD in the Balkanton catalogue.
Mirković released four more albums in the 1990s: "Plači Zemljo" (1995) with hit singles "I u dobru i u zlu", "Vrati mi se ti", "Uzeo si moja jutra" and "Divlja devojka", "Nema promene" (1996), with singles "Dušu si mi opio", "To nije tvoja stvar" and "Oči pune tuge", "Kojom gorom" (1997) with songs like "Poslednje veče", "O na, na, na" and the title track. Her final release of the 1990s was "U godini" (1999), a collaborative album with Zlaja Band.
In addition there were the controversial species: "Eriocnemis söderströmi", "E. isaacsoni" and "E. dyselius" which were each only known by one specimen. In the case of "E. söderströmi" it could have been either the female of "E. godini" or a hybrid between "E. luciani" and "E. nigrivestris". "E. dyselius" was nothing more than a melanistic individual of "E. cupreoventris". Today these species are considered invalid.
In addition there were the controversial species: "Eriocnemis söderströmi", "E. isaacsoni" and "E. dyselius" which were each only known by one specimen. In the case of "E. söderströmi" it could have been either the female of "E. godini" or a hybrid between "E. luciani" and "E. nigrivestris". "E. dyselius" was nothing more than a melanistic individual of "E. cupreoventris". Today these species are considered invalid.
In 1994 the band released their second album "Izpod ruinite" (Изпод руините, "Underneath the Ruins"). The album is a compilation of the band's hits, a couple of songs recorded for compilations and 5 English-language songs recorded in 1991. Notable songs from this album are "Monologue" and the English version of "The Tree". After a period of inactivity, the band had a very notable return being the opening band for the first Deep Purple concert in Bulgaria in 1998. The next year, the band released their first live album "Sedem godini sled" (Седем години след, "7 Years Later").
In 1980, Shturcite issued "XX vek" (20th Century), featuring the hits "Dve sledi", the title track and "Svatben den". Two years later, the double LP "Vkusut na vremeto" (The Taste of Time) was issued, featuring many hits, such as the title track. The band spent the rest of the 1980s recording two new albums, "Konnikut" and "Musketarski marsh", released in 1985 and 1987. They then played a national tour to celebrate their 20th anniversary throughout 1987. Tracks from the concerts were edited together into a triple album called "20 godini po-kusno", released in 1988.
Jovanov has won three first prizes on the Macedonian festival MakFest, with his compositions “Magija”, performed by the music group Magija (1998), “Ti me sakash”, performed by Jovan Jovanov and Maja Sazdanovska (2005), and “Ne planiram”, performed by Lambe Alabakovski (2010). He has also won two second prizes on MakFest for the compositions “300 godini”, performed by Adrian Gaxha (2005) and” Bez tebe tivko umiram”, performed by Next time (2008). Moreover, he is the winner of third prizes for the compositions “Da te vidam pak”, performed by Jovan Jovanov (2003), “Se na svoe mesto”, performed by Zoran Stamenkovski (2006) and “Nekade posle 2” performed by Elvir Mekic (2007).
The turquoise-throated puffleg ("Eriocnemis godini"), also known as Godin's puffleg, is a species of hummingbird from Ecuador. It is mostly green with blue undertail coverts and white powder-puffs of downy feathers on the legs, and the male has a bluish-purple throat patch. It is only known from a few specimens taken in the nineteenth century and its taxonomic position is unclear. The type of habitat in which the type species was recovered has largely disappeared, and recent surveys trying to find this bird have failed. The International Union for Conservation of Nature believes it may be extinct, but there is a possibility that some individuals remain, so the bird has been rated as "critically endangered".
Name-days () in Macedonia are celebrated throughout the history of this country. It has some similarities with the other Balkan countries but there are some name-days unique for the country. The name-days are scheduled according to the Christian Orthodox church following the Julian calendar. Each month there are several name-days which are celebrated by the people with the same name. Some of the name-days that are more significant to the history and culture are non-working days for the whole country. At these days everyone's invited or would like to say „Кој дојде – Добредојде“ ("Whoever comes—is welcomed") in Macedonian. There is no need for bringing presents but if you like you can bring some (usually wine or something symbolic). You salute the celebrant by saying "Let your name lasts forever" („Нека ти е вечно името“ / "Neka ti e vecno imeto") or "For years to come" („За многу години“ / "Za mnogu godini"). Among the most celebrated name-days in Macedonia are St. Stefan (January 9), Epiphany (January 19), St. John (January 20), Blagovec (April 7), St. George (May 6), Ss. Cyril and Methodius (May 24), St. Kostadin and Elena (June 3), St. Peter (July 12), St. Paul (July 12), and St. Dimitar (November 8).