Asta-i Joc Din Bucovina. Overview (current section).
After the annexation of northern Bucovina by the Soviet Union, her father was arrested and she escaped with her mother to the commune of Vicovu de Jos in the Suceava district (Romania). Out of love for the village, she later changed her stage name to Sofia Vicoveanca.
Sofia Vicoveanca Asta-i Joc Din Bucovina. Bucovina Noaptea Nimanui.
Sofia Micu (23 September 1941, Toporăuți, Cernăuți County, today in Ukraine), known by her stage name Sofia Vicoveanca (Romanian pronunciation: ), is a Romanian singer of popular music from the Bucovina region. Sofia Vicoveanca was born Sofia Fusa on 23 September 1941 in the commune of Toporăuți (today Toporivtsi), near Cernăuți (today Chernivtsi in Ukraine). She was one of the four children of the merchant Gheorghe Fusa and his wife Veronica.
Sofia Vicoveanca - Ăsta-i joc din Bucovina. Sofia Vicoveanca şi Ştefan Bănică - Sus pe culmea dealului (@O dată-n viaţă). Sofia Vicoveanca - Bucovina mandra floare.
Sofia Vicoveanca - Steaua Pe Cer Stralucea. album: In Seara De Ajun. Sofia Vicoveanca - Scripca, Cine Te-o Scornit. album: Asta-i Joc Din Bucovina. Sofia Vicoveanca - Bate Vantul, Zic Dusmanii. Choeur de Prêtres de Sofia - Voskresenie Tvoe (Mode VI). album: Orthodox Chants for Lent and Easter. Choeur de Prêtres de Sofia - Plotiu usnuv (Mode III). Black-Ingvars - Sofia dansar go-go. album: Dansbandshårdrock.
La crasmuta din Falcau. Daca ar fi joc si azi si maine. Asta-I Fruzanca, mai vere.