Toward the end of the opening sequence, a chorus of women sing of the Warrior Princess in a language that has been variously identified as Bulgarian, Hebrew, Serbo-Croation, and Demotic Greek. (Far be it from us to judge; we just provide the rumors. But it really IS in Bulgarian.) Okay, all together now:
Jenata iazdi samotna
Neinoto minalo srazi ia
Sreshtu voiskite ot tumen sviat
Voiuva za dobro tia
Rogovi zvunove idavt
Napraite put na voina!
Tupani biat vuv ritum
Princhesata e pak tuka!
A woman is riding alone
Her shameful past almost destroyed her
She is battling the army of the dark world
She is fighting in the name of good
Horns are sounding as she approaches
Way must be made for a fierce battle
Rhythmical drums are heard
The Princess is back...
The piece is performed by the Mystere Des Voix Bulgares, known in the United States as The Bulgarian's Women Choir. Their music is available from several online music stores, including CDNow.
Thanks to Krem, a Bulgarian-born fan, for the translation!