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andgei1 (Monday, November 12, 2007 23:04)

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Undargaa (Thursday, November 29, 2007 03:37)

Hi, I wonder if your site can list/suggest the name of the most famous russian folk music CDs or records ever released. I love russian folk music, especially solo singing and the choral women's singing etc. Having a good lists of these can help me to begin my collection?


Liz Nicol (Monday, May 19, 2008 20:49)

Can anyone tell me the name and correct spelling of an instrument which is like castanets? Thank you


Vera Ivanova, Russia-IC team (Tuesday, May 20, 2008 00:30)

Hey Liz Nicol! Do you mean Russian wooden spoons? In Russian they are called "lozhki". Here is an article http://www.russia-ic.com/culture_art/traditions/512/


Yoram Brown (Sunday, September 14, 2008 21:17)

Can you please tell me the name of the female singer/dancer in the first photo of the group on this page? Thank you.


Fabrizio Bernab (Saturday, October 4, 2008 17:08)

Can anyone give me informations about radunitsa folk group?


Xue Linda (Saturday, April 18, 2009 03:36)

I am doing an oral presentation on Russian folk music and wondering how can I download some of the music samples on this website such as Greshny cheloveche.


Jimmy Rush (Wednesday, April 22, 2009 07:34)

your music is really good!


Janet Bradbury (Wednesday, May 13, 2009 13:03)

Thank you for information on folk songs and folk groups. I am working on a Masters degree in Ethnomusicology, specializing in Russian folk music at San Diego State U. I have studied Russian for 2 years. I have 3 questions: 1) Do you know of anyone who has developed a song cycle of songs about the usual life of a girl growing up in 19th century Village Peasant Russia, perhaps in Northern Russia. The song cycle could include songs about the young girl, songs about the girl becoming a woman, getting married and having children and then singing lullabies to her child and perhaps a song about the elderly woman. I know that there are songs for the "wedding play," However, I was thinking about songs throughout a woman's life 2. Do you know if anyone is currently singing Russian wedding laments? If so, how could I find out about it? 3. If I traveled to Russia, how could I study with a expert on Russian folk music or at least find out when folk groups would be performing so that I could listen to the performances for a few weeks in August 2009? Thank You.


Lettie Ibarra (Saturday, October 31, 2009 06:40)

I am a second year student and I attended a performance of Russian Folk Dance and Music. I require to conduct a "cultural encounter", as part of a Cultural Anthropology class. Which brings me to why I am contacting you. I wondered if perhaps you can assist me in completing my report by answering a few questions? Quest #1: In Russia, why are the traditional dances and music performed? Quest #2: In Russia, who typically takes part in the traditional dances and music celebrations? Are these performances held regularly? Quest #3: What meaning do these performances hold for those who participate in the performance? I thank you for your art and for your consideration is assisting me in this report. Thank you.


Joan (Thursday, December 17, 2009 23:53)

I am looking for a song (mp3) called Chaika or Chayka, music by M. Petrenko, lyrics by N. Yuzhni, beginning "v tom gorode yunom"...Can anyone help me find it? Thanks


Vera Manykina (Russia-IC) (Friday, December 18, 2009 11:15)

Hi Joan! You can find it here: http://kkre-34.narod.ru/mihailov_p/chh.mp3 (Pavel Mikhailov - Chernomorskaya Chaika (M.Petrenko - N.Yuzhny))


Eli Sat (Tuesday, January 19, 2010 18:28)

HELP looking for old russian children song: Nad Rekoy Nad Okoy (Pakhnut medom Pakhnut myatoy) lyrics - Visotskaya composer - Panin or Makarov was performed by Dunaievsky chor by Chmireyev chor by Lokteyev chor and by Bolshoi Detski chor MP3 even poor quality


Ralph (Thursday, May 13, 2010 05:03)

in 1961 while in Japan I bought a 3-record collection of songs by the Moscow Chorus. I had studied and sung some of the songs and I fell in love with those records. I loaned that boxed set of records to a person a couple of years ago. He left the state without returning them. I have looked on Amazon.com, EBAY, etc. on the web and cannot locate a similar set of records. Can someone assist me? Thanks


Jerry Bergmann (Wednesday, December 29, 2010 23:23)

I am looking for all the words and music for: Ivan Skavinsky Skavar.


ikhnaton (Wednesday, October 26, 2011 03:44)

I am searching for information about a not so well known russian folk song: "I dropped my little ring" ( ). Does someone know, where I can find some information (no lyrics or notes, just info!)?


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