Issue XXX (2006), 3

Articles: 
  • Georgi Popov (Sofia, Bulgaria). The Newly-Discovered Old Bulgarian Canon for Whit Sunday and its Byzantine Model, p. 3–48. PDF
  • Ihar Klimau (Minsk, Belarus). Textual Observations on the Church Slavonic Gospel in B. Tjapinsky's Belarusian Protestant Edition from the Second Half of the 16th Century, p. 49–74. PDF
  • Vassil Gjuzelev (Sofia, Bulgarie). Le dialogue byzantino-bulgare dans le domaine de la culture, p. 75–87. PDF
  • Jordan Tabov, Nikolaj Todorov (Sofia, Bulgaria). The "Archaic" Inscription on the Big Stone Cross, p. 88–99. PDF
Survey and book reviews: 
  • Veselka Zeljazkova (Sofia, Bulgaria). Charles Gribble at 70, p. 100–106. PDF
  • Svetlana Kujumdzieva (Sofia, Bulgaria). On the Translation of the Book on Early Medieval Notation by C. Floros with Special Emphasis on Its Importance for the Study of Early Bulgarian Orthodox Chant, p. 107–115. PDF
    C o n s t a n t i n  F l o r o s. Introduction to Early Medieval Notation. Revised, Translated, and with an Illustrated Chapter on Cheironomy by Neil K. Moran (= Detroit Monographs in Musicology/Studies in Music, № 45). Harmonie Park Press. Warren, Michigan, 2005. 195 p.
  • Tatjana Plackova (Sofia, Bulgaria). Cyrillo-Methodian Lectures 2006, p. 116–118. PDF