Expertos en comunicación estratégica y control de crisis

Expertos en comunicación estratégica y control de crisis
Orkatz Orrantia Albizu y Mikel Orrantia Diez. Socios Directores y Consultores

sábado, 7 de enero de 2012

'Los bateleros del Volga' y 'Kalinka'. Russian Red Army Choir (1965)

Pasa un buen rato escuchando estas dos sentidas canciones corales por los maestros del Coro del Ejercito Rojo de Rusia.
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Russian Red Army Choir - Song of the Volga Boatmen (1965)

Russian Red Army Choir - Kalinka

Subido por lmj22 el 10/09/2008
Russian Red Army Choir - Kalinka.
"Kalinka" might be the best-known Russian song of all time. It has been mistaken as being a genuine folksong, but was actually written in 1860 by the composer and folklorist Ivan Petrovich Larionov and first performed in Saratov as part of a theatrical entertainment that he had composed. Soon it was added to the repertory of a folk choral group.
The song celebrates a snowball tree, with a speedy tempo and light-hearted lyrics. Singers and dancers many a time get into a frenzied celebration of song and dance while performing this song. The actual content of the song cannot be translated, as it possesses many Russian expressions and words that can hold a double meaning and have no equivalent in other languages.
In 2003, Roman Abramovich bought Chelsea FC. Since then, "Kalinka" has been associated with the London based Football Club and is often played before or after important matches.
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