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Ogin go gori Brezovo


(A song about the voivode Jordan Piperkata and the Battle of Brezovo)
Ogin go gori Brezovo - sung by Aleksandar Sarievski


Ogin go gori Brezovo.
Makedonijo!
Ogin go gori Brezovo.
Makedonijo!
Ordan so cheta navlegol.
Makedonijo!
Ordan so cheta navlegol.

I na druzhina govori...
Makedonijo!
I na druzhina govori...
Makedonijo!
- Stanete, brakja, ne spijte!
Makedonijo!
- Zemajte bombi, kurshumi!

- Zemajte bombi, kurshumi!
Makedonijo!
- Zemajte bombi, kurshumi!
Makedonijo!
- So dushmanot ke se bieme.
Makedonijo!
- So dushmanot ke se bieme.

Zgrmeja bombi, kurshumi.
Makedonijo!
Zgrmeja bombi, kurshumi.
Makedonijo!
Odednash Ordan izvikna...
Makedonijo!
- Go zavzedovme Brezovo!


Brezovo is a village in the historical-geographic region of Demir Hisar near Bitola where happened a battle between the cheta of the voivode Jordan Piperkata and Ottoman soldiers.
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 Ottoman ambush near the village of Cer (Kichevo region). He and his cheta comrades were buried in the village of Velmevci (Demir-Hisar region).