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El-Registan and the music was composed by Alexander Alexandrov It was believed that Soviet soldiers would respond more to an anthem that was dedicated only to the Soviet Union rather than to a worldwide movement. The song was originally written as the Anthem of the Bolshevik Party with lyrics in the Alexandrine meter by Vasily Lebedev-Kumach in This page does not provide license information. Pages with no license information may be nominated for deletion.

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Namespaces Translation Discussion. Now I'm looking at a more detailed history of the time that interests me, read about them here an article in the English Wikipedia about Cossacks is fun to read.

On this double album, in addition to Cossack military songs, there are Russian folk songs. Founded in the city of Chita the center of the region bordering Lake Baikal , the Folklore Ensemble Chitinskaya Sloboda performs a repertoire reflecting traditional songs from different regions of Russia, since many people from all over Russia came to this distant land, and they brought their traditions, their culture, their songs with them.

There are only nine songs with musical accompaniment in the album, the rest are performed only by singing, but since they use polyphony, sometimes I felt that there were a lot more people behind the microphones than actually Ben Kund River The Kuba River.

I really liked the song Oh, I'm small-boy , as well as military marching songs, like "We are the Cossacks of the Cossacks", accompanied by the accordion. These songs are a source of energy mixed with self-awareness and cheerfulness, which I rarely hear in folk music.

Finally, I mention the famous song "Tersky chastushki", which pleases musical diversity. The original text in Hungarian can be read here.

Ru En. May 8, New review from Hungarian portal Ekultura.

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