This Russian folk round song was known at least . centuries ago, when it became part of the collection of Russian folk songs, but most likely it was born even before that. 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?
Popular Russian Folk And Soviet Songs Contents.
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). The first collections of folk songs were published in Russia in the late 18th century. Important role for professional creative work belongs to collections of folk songs arranged for vocal and fortepiano by classical composers, such as . Balakirev (1866), . Rimsky-Korsakov (1876 and 1882) and . The end of the 18th century already saw the appearance of first song collections.
Russian Folk Songs, Various. Renews automatically. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Released in 1967, this recording features both traditional and modern Russian folk songs. Drawn from recordings from the former Soviet Union, this album includes several contemporary songs written about World War II ( Buchenwald Alarm, The Sacred War, and Oh, The Fog ). The performers include The Fyodorov Sisters, The Piatnitskii Russian Folk Chorus, George Ots, and The Red Flag Ensemble. The liner notes provide lyrics in both Russian and English.
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
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes.
|A1||–L. Zykina*||The Mail Troika||3:50|
|A2||–L. Zykina*, Ossipov Russian Folk Orchestra*||A Meadow Duck
Conductor – V. Dubrovsky*
|A3||–"Ryabinushka" Vocal Trio*||The Wordwood Grass||3:36|
|A4||–"Ryabinushka" Vocal Trio*||Maiden's Song||3:07|
|A5||–"Ryabinushka" Vocal Trio*||Spinning||1:46|
|A6||–"Ryabinushka" Vocal Trio*||Dunya, A Fine Spinner||1:56|
|B1||–L. Krivov*||I Cut Pegs Myself||2:07|
|B2||–"Russkaya Pesnya" Vocal Ensemble*||'Tis Not A White Dawn||3:21|
|B3||–"Russkaya Pesnya" Vocal Ensemble*||Northern Buffoonery||1:10|
|B4||–Alexandrov Ensemble Of The Soviet Army*||Song Of Stepan Razin
Soloist – A. Sergeyev*
|B5||–Alexandrov Ensemble Of The Soviet Army*||Kalinka
Soloist – Ye. Belyaev*
|B6||–T. Petrova*||A Hazel In The Field
Balalaika – V. Sorokin*Psaltery – V. Petrov*
|33 С 20—13047-48||Various||Popular Russian Folk Songs (LP, Comp)||Мелодия||33 С 20—13047-48||USSR||1979|
|С20-13047-48||Various||Popular Russian Folk Songs (LP, Comp)||Мелодия||С20-13047-48||USSR||1980|