The Nekrasov Cossacks - Abroad And In Russia. Russian And Turkish Songs And Tunes FLAC album
Pesni kazakov Rossii "Ne dlya menya", Songs Of The Cossacks Of Russia "But Not For Me.
Berlin our cossacks 34:15 stand up for the faith, russian land 38:13 time to marry 40:00 not for me 44:05 uh, my beloved girl 46:27 brothers cossacks 50:18 quiet flows the don, our father 52:04 when we were at war 55:22 dream of stepan.
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Nekrasov Cossacks, Nekrasovite Cossacks, Nekrasovites, Nekrasovtsy (Russian: Некрасовцы, Некрасовские казаки, Казаки-некрасовцы) descend from those Don Cossacks who, after the defeat of the Bulavin Rebellion of 1707-1708, fled to the Kuban in September 1708, headed by Ignat Nekrasov, hence their name. At that time the Crimean Khanate ruled the Kuban. Later, other fugitives from the Don and runaway Russian serfs joined the Nekrasov Cossacks
Genre: Non Music, Folk, World, & Country Album: Abroad And In Russia. A1. Oh, My Land (Recruiting Song).
It’s often used in movies when the action switches to Russia, or when Russian characters enter the scene - similar to the way the Eiffel Tower is sometimes shown when a film touches on a French theme. Podmoskovnye Vechera (Moscow Nights) is one of the best known Russian songs abroad. Originally, it was called Leningrad Nights but the title was changed after it was used for a documentary. At first, the song was not particularly popular but suddenly - and much to the surprise of those who wrote it - the USSR couldn’t get enough of it.
The song’s popularity in Russia and abroad is explained by the fact that it is included in the repertoires of many different music groups. Perhaps, this is the most famous Russian folk song: Oh, not the Evening. This song is also called a Cossack’s romance. According to a legend, the lyrics of the song were dreamed by Stepan Razin (Stenka Razin) – the leader of the Cossack uprising in southern Russia in the pre-empire period. The music theme of the song was popular among Russian and foreign composers. Hey, Little Apple! This song is performed like a ditty (folk rhymed proverbs), and the words are often changed by the performer. The most common ditty: Hey, little apple, but where are you rolling to? You will get in my mouth – and will never come out!
Produced in association with "Russian Roots; American Branches: Music in Two Worlds" at the 1995 Smithsonian Festival of American Folklife.
According to some historians, in Russia and Ukraine Cossacks were the men who lived freely on the outlying districts. Usually they were serfs who had run away to find their own freedom. Image from ww. skoff. In the 18th century the government turned the Cossacks into a special social estate, which was to serve the Russian Empire.
Nekrasov also sought to express the racy charm and vitality of peasant life in his adaptations of folk songs and poems for children. Nekrasov studied at St. Petersburg University, but his father’s refusal to help him forced him into literary and theatrical hack work at an early age. His first book of poetry was published in 1840. Nekrasov managed to transform it into a major.
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|A1||Oh, My Land (Recruiting Song)||2:20|
|A2||'Tis Not A Dawn||3:52|
|A3||'Tis Not Mist (In A Round Dance)||6:43|
|A4||High Barrow (In The Wedding)||4:26|
|A5||Cossack Was Wandering In The Strange Land||4:05|
|B1||You Couldn't Sleep, Nekrasov Girls||3:09|
|B3||Stormy Blue Sea||2:00|
|B4||At Wide Gate||1:20|
|B5||Snow-Ball-Tree On The Hill||1:55|
|The Nekrasov Cossacks In Turkey|
|B6||Turkish Choral Ditties||1:09|
|B7||Turkish Choral Ditties||0:58|
|B8||Turkish Lyrical Song||1:45|
|B9||"My Magnolia" Romance||0:35|
|B10||Turkish Humorous Song||0:53|
|B11||Mouth Harmonica Playing||0:46|
|Epic Tradition. Bylinas|
|C1||Feast Of Prince Vladimir||9:22|
|C2||Giant Ilya Muromets||2:50|
|C3||Princess And Tugarin Zmei||4:55|
|C4||Giant Dobrynya And Sorceress Marinka||3:42|
|D1||In Glorious Babylon City||4:02|
|D2||From The Glorious City||5:57|
|D3||From The Glorious City||7:21|
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