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Russian folk music about a cold winter in the Russian countryside. This music is called Russian Winter.
The roots of Russian folk music date as far back as to the middle of the first millennium AC, when Slavic tribes settled in the European part of the present territory of Russia. Those tribes were famous for their love and mastery of music, singing and dancing, according to Byzantium and German manuscripts. Majority of still alive folk songs have pagan roots bearing the impact of Christian rites. Russian folk songs and dances were formed in two cycles: one of them is associated with calendar rites (sowing, harvest, et., while the other has to do with family rituals (wedding, birth, burial, et. More individual are lyrical songs. 'Ah ty dushechka' (Performed by Sergey Lemeshev) ) The epoch of Old Rus is characteristic of heroic ballads sensing the praises of noble princes and instrumental music (pipes, horns, tambourines and kettle-drums).
Russian traditional music specifically deals with the folk music traditions of the ethnic Russian people. It does not include the various forms of art music, which in Russia often contains folk melodies and folk elements or music of other ethnic groups living in Russia. The performance and promulgation of ethnic music in Russia has a long tradition
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Often tounderstand the specifics of anation you need to listen to its national music. Since the mid – 20th century professional musicians started turning tothe origins of folk music, which was preserved by rural residents. Sergei Starostin didn’t just record folk songs, he also performed them. Performing Russian folk songs in contemporary adaptations is the basis of the creative work of the singers Inna Zhelannaya and Pelageya. Zhelannaya uses folk material in combination with electronics, jazz, and rock. Pelageya won over Russia when she was a young girl with her unique vocals and the ability to convey the character of folk songs.
Balalaika is a Russian national musical instrument. It is a symbol of a Russian music world, as well as one of the well-known symbols of Russia’s culture and daily life alongside chastushka, Matryoshka, bears, etc. The Most Russian Instrument. It is not known who and when invented a balalaika. There are a few explanations of its origin. The fact that you can make a balalaika yourself from various materials also promoted its popularity. For example, one of the first musicians who played this instrument, Ivan Khandoshkin (1747-1804), played the balalaika whose body was made of a pumpkin. At the end of the 19th century a balalaika player Andreyev founded the orchestra of folk musical instruments that was first in Russia. This made the balalaika a concert instrument.
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|A1||–Orchestra Of The "Beriozka" Ensemble*||Birch Tree|
|A2||–D. Morokhovsky*||A, Shepherd's Melody
Zhaleika – D. Morokhovsky*
|A3||–Unknown Artist||In The Meadows|
|A4||–Pyatnitsky Chorus Orchestra*||Buffoonery|
|A5||–Leningrad Ensemble Of Psaltry-Players*||Down The Volga River / I Go The River|
|A6||–Pyatnitsky Chorus Orchestra*||Kamarinskaya|
|A7||–P. Nechiporenko*||That Will Do, Lads
Balalaika – P. Nechiporenko*
|A9||–Unknown Artist||The Moon Shines Brightly|
|B1||–Andreyev Folk Instrument Orchestra*||Faun, Waltz|
Guitar, Written-By – A. Ivanov-Kramskoi*
|B3||–V. Morozov*||Laments And Variations
Concertina [Livenka Concertina] – V. Morozov*
|B4||–A. Shalayev* And N. Krylov*||Fantasia
Bayan – A. Shalayev*, N. Krylov*
|B5||–V. Yakovlev*||Ah, The Long Night
Domra – V. Yakovlev*
|B6||–Osipov Russian Folk Orchestra*||Pedlars|
|B7||–G. Kasatov*||Saratov Dance Tune
Beresta – G. Kasatov*
|B8||–V. Kuznetsov*||Yablochko (Apple)
Bayan – V. Kuznetsov*
- Pressed By – Ленинградский Завод Грампластинок
NotesЛенинградский Завод Грампластинок;
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- Other: ГOCT 5289-61
|Д-017661-2||Various||Russian Folk Musical Intruments (LP, Comp, Mono, Exp)||Мелодия||Д-017661-2||USSR||1966|
|Д-017661-2||Various||Russian Folk Musical Instruments (LP, Comp, Mono, Exp)||Мелодия||Д-017661-2||USSR||1966|