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Down The Long Road - The Odessa Balalaikas - The Art Of The Balalaika (CD, Album)

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  1. Odessa Balalaikas - Arts Of The Balalaika music CD Japan album at CD Universe, Japanese pressing, Japan only reissue, Nonesuch, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  2. Aug 14,  · The two are also members of the larger Washington Balalaika society. Describing one of those performances, the two say “It’s just like listening to any other orchestra, except it’s Russian.
  3. Listen to music from The Odessa Balalaikas like Russian Intermezzo, Expanses of my Homeland & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from The Odessa Balalaikas.
  4. About This Album A favorite Russian folk instrument for centuries, the balalaika is a three-stringed fretted instrument with a distinctive triangular shape. The first balalaika ensemble gave its premiere concert in , establishing the instrument’s place in both the peasant fields and the concert hall.
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  6. Odessa Balalaikas (Musical group),; Kin Lop Tse Collection. OCLC Number: Notes: Nonesuch: (on spine: 9 ). Songs sung in Russian and instrumental ensembles. Program notes in container. Forms part of: KIn Lop Tse Collection. Compact disc. Performer(s): Performed by the Odessa Balalaikas. Event notes.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Art of the Balalaika - Odessa Balalaikas on AllMusic - Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Art of the Balalaika - Odessa Balalaikas on AllMusic - Down the Long Road. Boris Fomin / Konstantin Podrevsky. Odessa Balalaikas. 02 8/
  8. The Washington Balalaika Society, formed in , is now the largest orchestra of Russian folk instruments in North America and endeavors to pattern its sound and repertoire after the great orchestras of Russia while at the same time continuing to explore new kinds of music and new musical possibilities for this fascinating family of instruments.

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