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WOLF HUNT – Song by Vladimir Vysotsky

Although still unknown to the public, in October 1964 Vysotsky recorded in chronological order 48 of his own songs, his first self-made compilation on hour-long reel-to-reel cassette, which boosted his popularity as a new Moscow folk underground star. Vladimir Vysockij – an actor, guitarist and Soviet poet – was born in Moscow http://www.scmp.com/magazines/post-magazine/travel/article/2095390/good-bad-and-ugly-sides-being-tourist-moscow in 1938. As a little boy used …

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THE CHERRY ORCHARD – Romance, by Anton Čechov

Founded in 1698 by Pietro the Great, Taganrog http://russiatrek.org/taganrog-city is a town in southern European Russia, in the Rostov region. This is the hometown of a Russian writer, playwright and doctor Anton Čechov. In 1873 he discovered the theater, interested in the taste of a fiction, which was also a reality for him. In August 1879 he went to Moscow, …

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GREY HAIRS – Poem, by Marina Tsvetaeva

She began writing poetry already in her early childhood, debuting as a poet at the age of 18. Her father was a professor of art history and her mother was a talented pianist. Marina Tsvetaeva was born in Moscow, but with the family traveled a lot, also attending the Sorbonne school in Paris. A collection of her poems – composed …

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MIKHAIL VRUBEL (1856/1910), RUSSIAN PAINTER – An existential drama, between talent and madness

MIKHAIL VRUBEL 1/3 – He is author of many masterpieces of pictorial art and also one of the most tragic figures among Russian painters. Https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m2XY57RhaiY The man who became the promoter of new modern style in Russia was born in Omsk http://www.kolejtranssyberyjska.pl/en/omsk-tourist-information and completed his studies with very high scores. Between 1867 and 1869 he attended the art school in …

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ONE & ONE – Song by Edyta Górniak

Edyta Górniak http://www.edytagorniak.com/ a Polish singer of rom ethnicity, is known for her wide range of vocals. Some of her performances took place in Broadway. With Eurovision Song Contest 1994, she started her career as a pop singer. In 2016 she became the judge of the new theater talent for Polish children’ television. She moved to Los Angeles, where she …

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THE DOLL – Romance, by Bolesław Prus

Bolesław Prus – a Polish writer and journalist was born in Hrubieszów in 1847. Like many of his fellow countrymen, he was part of the uprising against the oppressed Russian Empire. He became a journalist, writing some short stories. “The Pharaoh,” is his most important novel, a book where he deals with the theme, he was most concerned about: the …

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ANSWER – Poem, by Andrzej Titkow

Andrzej Titkow is the author of dozens documentaries, feature films, TV shows, TV shows and theatrical performances. He is a Polish poet, director and screenwriter. He was born in Warsaw in 1946, debuting as a poet in 1963. He graduated at the Lodz High School in Film, Television and Theater. Since 1973 he has been associated with the Documentary Companion …

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WOJCIECH WEISS (1875/1950), POLISH EXPRESSIONIST/COLOURIST PAINTER

WOJCIECH WEISS 1/3 – Lots of his works are on display in the museums of Pozna, Warsaw and Cracovia. He was born in Romania to a Polish family in exile. He chose to enroll in the academy of Fine Art of Cracovia. When he completed studies, he traveled Europe to improve himself sojournined in Rome, Florence and Paris. In his …

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MY DARLING – ByeAlex

Kisvárda is a town located in northeastern Hungary (Szabolcs-Szatmár-Bereg province). Here was born Alex Márta, a Hungarian singer known by the pseudonym ByeAlex in 1984. Https://twitter.com/byealexmusic He studied in Kisvárda and Fényeslitke and graduated in philosophy at the University of Miskolc. He became famous when he won the national selection competition in Hungary for the Eurovision Song Contest contest in …

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FATELESSNESS – Romance, by Imre Kertész

The Hungarian writer Imre Kertész was born in Budapest in 1929. He survived the Nazi extermination camps in 1944. He thought the “freedom” was the worst danger, which surrounded man, because freedom is the ultimate conquest, which makes it coward. He received the Nobel Prize for Literature for writing in 2002. In Communist Hungary, he and his work were banned. …

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