This is the third book in the Childhood, Boyhood, Youth trilogy. Childhood was the first published novel by Leo Tolstoy, released in November 1852. It was the first in a series of three novels and was followed by Boyhood and Youth. Published when Tolstoy was just 23 years old, the book was an immediate success, earning notice from other Russian novelists including Ivan Turgenev, who heralded the young Tolstoy as a major up-and-coming figure in Russian literature. Well-worth hearing if you are interested in 19th-century literature. 1. Russian. Oleg Fedorov. http://samples.audible.de/bk/zaot/000081/bk_zaot_000081_sample.mp3.
This concise, accessible introduction provides an analytical narrative of the main events and developments in Soviet Russia between 1917 and 1936. It examines the impact of the revolution on society as a whole--on different classes, ethnic groups, the army, men and women, youth. Its central concern is to understand how one structure of domination was replaced by another. The book registers the primacy of politics, but situates political developments firmly in the context of massive economic, social, and cultural change. Since the fall of Communism there has been much reflection on the significance of the Russian Revolution. The book rejects the currently influential, liberal interpretation of the revolution in favor of one that sees it as rooted in the contradictions of a backward society which sought modernization and enlightenment and ended in political tyranny.
Russian Borderlands in Change:North Caucasian Youth and the Politics of Bordering and Citizenship Tiina Sotkasiira
The Boy Travellers in the Russian Empire:Adventures of Two Youths in Journey in European. . . Thomas Wallace Knox
Nikolai Mikhailovich Karamzin (1766-1826) is an outstanding Russian historian, writer and journalist. In pre-revolutionary times was considered the father of the founder of Russian history. Almost all textbooks for children and youth were built on the basis of his multi-volume work ´´The History of the Russian State´´. On the character of the ´´History´´ written by him, even the bilious critic of the nineteenth century VG Belinsky noted that this is a ´´poem written by prose.´´ Before you is a condensed account of the works of the great historian, supplemented by modern commentaries. Grandiose work is now available to any reader interested in domestic history.
The Boy Travellers in the Russian Empire:Adventures of Two Youths in a Journey in European and Asiatic Russia Thomas Wallace Knox
The Boy Travellers in the Russian Empire:Adventures of Two Youths in a Journey in European and Asiatic Russia, With Accounts of a Tour Across Siberia Voyages on the Amoor, Volga, and Other Rivers, a Visit to Central Asia, Travels Among the Exiles, and a Thomas Wallace Knox
Table of Contents Vasilii Sarenko, Etude No. 1 Etude No. 2 Etude No. 3 Vladimir Morkov Prelude in b minor Prelude in d minor Prelude in f# minor Marek Sokolovsky Etude Nikolai Aleksandrov Etude Aleksandr Nemerovsky Etude Aleksandr Ivanov-Kramskoi Prelude Prelude Ivan Kuznetsov Not a Single Path in the Field (Ne Odna vo Pole Dorozhenka). Russian Folk Song Mikhail Vyssotsky Theme and Variations on the folk song What Have I Done to Upset You (Chem Tebia Ia Ogorchila) Aleksandr Guriliov Matushka Golubushka-Romance. (Arranged by Sergei Syrtsov.) Semion Aksionov Air Russe. Variations on The Cossack Rode Over the Danube (Ekhal Kazak za Dunai) A. Ivanov-Kramskoi Variations on Russian folk song At the Gate (U Vorot, Vorot) Lullaby Aleksandr Dargomyzhsky, The Youth and the Maiden (Yunoshu Gor´ko Rydaia)-Romance (Arr. V. Sarenko) Melancholy Waltz (Arr. V. Sazonov) Aleksandr Grechaninov, Mazurka Op. 98 No. 13 (Arr. M. Ophee) Piotr Tchaikovsky, Mazurka, Op. 39 No. 11 (Arr. A. Ivanov-Kramskoi) Sweet Dream, Op. 39 No. 21 (Arr. Piotr Agafoshin) Autumn Song, Op. 37b, No. 10 (Arr. M. Ophee) Edited, with historical notes by Matanya Ophee. 44 pp.
Instrumentation: Sop—Pf Editor: Fanning Format: Sheet Music Details: This landmark series opens up exciting vistas of challenging and rewarding repertoire for the discerning and adventurous singer. As with the Peters companion volumes of French Operatic Arias, this Russian series presents many of the justly celebrated arias, but also juxtaposes them with other less familiar gems, which undoutedly deserve wider recognition. Much of the selected repertoire is eminently suitable for audition purposes,so that each volume is a treasure trove for professional singers and students. Sheet Music & CD Play-along Pack available; see Q7580 Contents: Borodin–Prince Igor (Yaroslavana): Ah! Bitter woe!; Glinka–A Life for the Tsar (Antonida): Down the river is our village; Glinka–Ruslan and Lyudmila (Lyudmila): Captive and in dark despair; Mussorgsky–Sorochintsy Fair (Parasya): Ah, do not weep my darling; Rachmaninov–Francesca da Rimini (Francesca): Ah, do not weep, my Paulo; Rimsky-Korsakov–Sadko (Sea Princess/Vlkhova): Dream walked by the riversideRimsky-Korsakov–The Tsar´s Bride (Marfa): In Novgorod we lived not far from Vanya; Rimsky-Korsakov–The Golden Cockerel (Queenof Shemakha): All-seeing Sun, you rise inglory; Rimsky-Korsakov–Christmas Eve(Oksana): Why do so many people praise me?;Serov–Judith (Judith): I remember the days of my youth; Shostakovich–Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk District (Katerina): Look at nature Tchaikovsky–Yevgeny Onegin (Tatyana): I cannot hide my love (letter scene); Tchaikovsky–The Enchantress (Kuma): When your eyes look down from old Nizhny town; Tchaikovsky–The Enchantress (Kuma): Mybeloved, where are you?; Tchaikovsky–Queenof Spades (Liza): Sorrow and fear overwhelm me
"Boyhood" - the second part of the famous trilogy of Leo Tolstoy´s Childhood, Boyhood, Youth. In his work the author uses the elements of autobiography, which is closely intertwined with the moral and social problems of the time. Please note: This audiobook is in Russian 1. Russian. Piotr Korshunkov. http://samples.audible.de/bk/agen/000104/bk_agen_000104_sample.mp3.