Dimitrov, Slave (1946), Macedonian composer, singer, arranger, cant author, music producer. He was born in Bitola and had his debut in 1966 at the festival "Mladina 66" in Subotica.
He finished his primary and high school education in Bitola and in 1966 he enrolled in the Music Academy in Belgrade. In 1970 he got employed at Macedonia Radio Broadcasting as music producer (later editor-producer). Since 1990 he has been working at the Documentation Department of MNT in establishing an electronic archive of phone fluent works. His creative music opus consists of over 1000 music melodies, which unites more original artistic compositions and music genre moments of our urban tradition. He made a range of popular compositions, which he participated with at the most popular festivals of that time such as: (Opatija, Sarajevo, Skopje). Some of them became anthologies of the Macedonian pop music among which "Who do you belong to" (1971 proclaimed to be a song of the century in 1999), and "Silently, silently you only speak" deserve to be mentioned. Meanwhile he started creating so called applied music, music for films, for example, the music for the film "Straighten up Delfina", as well as for a larger number of plays and TV serials of MRT. Slave Dimitrov successfully continues his creative producing in the field of the modern Macedonian music.
DISTINGUISHED PEOPLE FOR BITOLA
authors: Lence Andonovska, Naume Gorgievski, Blagoj Nikolov, Trajko Ognenovski, Gordana Pesevska, Aneta Stefanovska, Svetlana Taleska ; translation in english Vesna Milevska.
NIUL "St. Clement Ohridski": Municipality of Bitola