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Buying Format. All Listings. Buy It Now. Her voice imparts the genuine Russian spirit, sincerity and warm-heartedness. When in Natalia Gilyarova, assistant at Cabinet now Scientific Centre for Folk Music of Moscow Conservatoire and Valeria Usacheva, student and composer attempted to sing songs recorded by them during folklore expeditions in Ryazan region, their conservatoire colleagues would look askance.
Yet soon even most skeptic academicians yielded to the charms of sincere and heartfelt old peasants' songs. The ensemble specializes in study and performance of Old Russian songs aspiring to preserve the authentic song tradition. The ensemble's concert programs include songs of various regions of Russia, gathered in village expeditions by a number of generations of conservatoire teachers and students. It's not by hearsay that each of the Ensemble members knows expedition work, as where else if not in Russian out-of-the-way villages can one learn genuine folk song manner at first hand.
Site: folklore. The Dmitry Pokrovsky Ensemble was founded by Dmitry Pokrovsky - a great musician and ethnomusicologist - in in Moscow as a "living laboratory". Dmitry was one of the first musicians in Russia who felt the need to bridge the gap between the old and new musical vocabulary. The Pokrovsky Ensemble has grown to encompass more than songs, including medieval Russian village music, religious music of the country's old and new faiths, and modern works of Russian composers.
To learn the essence of the village music, members of the Ensemble became a part of the village, experiencing the relationships, rituals, life, nature and music of the villagers. Pokrovsky Ensemble, wearing traditional Russian village costumes and performing on ancient My Garden - Pyatnitsky State Russian Folk Choir*, brings the authentic folklore of Russia back to life.
Some of their lively recreations of village songs, dances and pagan rituals are more than years old. The variety of the ensemble's interests is seen in their constant collaboration with contemporary composers, theatrical directors and filmmakers.
Pokrovsky Ensemble united Russian national culture traditions with contemporary musical culture. It is difficult to find another collective of singers that can conquer the audience with their original interpretation of classic and avant-garde musical compositions, having a large repertoire of Russian village music of different traditions and styles. Site: pokrovsky-ensemble.
Since the s the ensemble has carried out regular folklore expeditions in this region. Constant development of creative work of the ensemble, including research, performing and educational activities has resulted in its becoming the Centre for Traditional Culture of South Podmoskovie. The centre organizes annual folklore festival Golden Autumn in Podolsk. Not once the ensemble has been the laureate of international competitions and festivals.
Site: istoki-folk. Original folk group Art-trio Volnitsa gives a new sounding to well-known old masterpieces of Russian music. Their audience enjoys Kalinka, Barynia and other folk songs, as well as interpretations of classical pieces of Musorgsky, Chaikovsky and Lyadov freshly performed with balalaika contrabass, balalaika prima, bayan, a rare vocal timbre and electronic sound. Thanks to peculiar blending of old and new, bringing together classical and folk traditions, jazz and electronic sound, they are LP) to modern public in capital and province.
They dare to play folk music in the way they understand and love it - without pathos and pretence, but with love and humor. Site: volnitsa. Kaliki is an independent union of singers-guslars, who have long performed together. Each member of it is a My Garden - Pyatnitsky State Russian Folk Choir* of professional level, aspiring for recreation of oral traditions of Old Rus.
It is a secular orthodox fraternity of spiritually close people. At their concerts you will not be irritated with importunate rhythms and garish costumes. Their singing and gusli playing seems to revive ancestral memory of the olden times deep down in heart. Site: metakultura. Men wearing original costumes designed after traditional warriors', peasants' and shepherds' clothing, skillfully perform ritual dances on stage.
Unique instruments created by the ensemble members themselves along with complete mastery of traditional Russian vocal and instrumental improvisation make Rusichi stand out among other folk groups.
Site: all-moscow. Karagod is another interesting folk ensemble and also the name of an Old Russian entertainment combining dance, play and song.
Gifted members of the ensemble, existing for over 25 years, have restored not only the name of the old custom, but again and again bring this amusement to the modern audience. Bely Den'.
Laureate of international contests and festivals Bely Den' is the only band today performing cover versions of world pop and rock classics with Russian folk instruments.
The creativity of this original group proves that eclecticism is of special interest today. Russka Roma.
Russka Roma group specializing in traditional gypsy motives was founded in by a famous gipsy musician and arranger Sakizchi. The musicians perform their own songs and create remixes of famous hits, using a wide range of modern music arrangement devices yet retaining a charming gypsy colouring. Volga existing for about six years has been deservedly acknowledged one of the best ethnic and electronic bands. Volga's first album made popular interbreeding of versatile ethnic material this country abounds with and rich opportunities of computer sound.
Volga's lyrics are based on outstanding material - these are genuine authentic texts of pagan Rus enclosing unique historic stratum of the nation. Meditative sounding created by the band are close to ambient, psychedelic and even trance, though they are also based on Russian folklore polyrhythmic traditions. Special brilliance of Volga is due to the soloist Angella Manukyan, with her heartfelt, lyrical and mystically charming voice.
Ethnographer herself, Angella is in for gathering and arrangement of Russian authentic texts. Her old interest in Russian folklore, serious study of special literature and archive documents find practical realization in various folk projects and in joint work with famous musicians such as Sergey Starostin, Sergey Klevensky and Ilya Khmyz, Richard Norvilla, duet Species of Fishes, art-group Sever, etc.
Volga's concerts are accompanied with an V. Levashov* - Russian Folk Songs (Vinyl video track, created by artist Roman Anikushin. Another peculiarity is exotic instruments, constructed and made by Yury Balashov. The group has successfully toured in Russia and Europe. Prokofiev - Romeo and Juliet.
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