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Brache le Bozhine


A song about Jordan Piperkata
Brache le Bozhine - Perform by the group "Biser" from Demir Hisar

Brache le, brache, Bozhine,
nokeska son sum sonila,
na son go vidov Jordana,
na bela konja javashe.

Na bela konja javashe,
so crna roza dozemi,
so crven pojas zapashan,
Verskono pole shetashe.

Brache le, brache, Bozhine,
v temnina toj e zaginat,
v temnina toj e zaginat,
v Cerskono pole na djade.

Brache le, brache, Bozhine,
soberi malo - golemo,
aj d`ojme da go barame,
grobnina da mu znaeme.


Bozhin Siljanov Angelov - a brother of Jordan Piperkata
Jordan Piperkata
Jordan Siljanov known as Jordan Piperkata - born June 23, 1870, in the village of Kozica (Kichevo region), was a voivode of IMARO, a participant in the Melnik Uprising, a Smilevo Congress delegate, a participant in the Ilinden Uprising. He was a Demir-Hisar region voivode and was active in Kichevo, Krushevo, and Bitola regions. He was killed on August 10, 1903 when his cheta fall into a Turkish ambush near the village of Cer (Kichevo region). He and his cheta comrades were buried in the village of Velmevci (Demir-Hisar region).





A song about Jordan Piperkata
Brache le Bozhine - Sung by Mile Miladinoski from Kichevo

Brache le, more, Bozhine,
nokeska son sum sonila,
nokeska son sum sonila,
za toj brata ti Jordana.
Brache le, more, Bozhine,
v temnina toj e zaginat,
v temnina toj e zaginat,
v Cerskono pole na djade.

Brache le, more, Bozhine,
soberi malo i golemo,
soberi malo i golemo
shto mozhe pushka da nosi.
Brache le, more, Bozhine,
aj d`ojme da go barame,
stamnina da mu na'ime,
grobnina da mu pra'ime.

Brache le, more, Bozhine,
aj d`ojme da go barame,
stamnina da mu na'ime,
grobnina da mu zna'ime.
Nevesto, mlada nevesto,
ottamu sega si idam,
Jordana si go najdovme,
grobnina mu napravivme.


Bozhin Siljanov Angelov - a brother of Jordan Piperkata
Jordan Piperkata
Jordan Siljanov known as Jordan Piperkata - born June 23, 1870, in the village of Kozica (Kichevo region), was a voivode of IMARO, a participant in the Melnik Uprising, a Smilevo Congress delegate, a participant in the Ilinden Uprising. He was a Demir-Hisar region voivode and was active in Kichevo, Krushevo, and Bitola regions. He was killed on August 10, 1903 when his cheta fall into a Turkish ambush near the village of Cer (Kichevo region). He and his cheta comrades were buried in the village of Velmevci (Demir-Hisar region).