Articles about Russians

Osip Petrov, Anna Petrova-Vorobyova and the Development of Low-Voiced Character Types in Nineteenth-Century Russian Opera
Cambridge Opera Journal (2016) Vol. 28, No. 1, pp. 37-77

This article delves into the lives and careers of two significant Russian singers: the bass Osip Petrov and his wife, the mezzo-soprano Anna Vorobyova, who created or inspired leading roles in operas by Glinka, Dargomïzhsky and Musorgsky. Over the course ...

PTG Goes to Moscow
Piano Technicians Journal (2012) Vol. 55, No. 10, pp. 26-27


Your Valeriy Polekh: Part IX
The Horn Call (2011) Vol. 41, No. 3, pp. 94-106


Eygenij Trembovelsky
Problemy Muzykal'noj Nauki (2011) , No. 9, pp. np

Dr. Trembovelsky is the author of several monographs and numerous articles dedicated to the questions of music theory and aesthetics, symphonicism and musical texture, connections between folk and academic music, metropolitan and provincial cultures, stable and improvisatory components of music, ...

Chekhov in Modern Music and Choreography: Commentaries on Festival in Tokyo
Problemy Muzykal'noj Nauki (2011) , No. 8, pp. 108-112

The article is dedicated to the specificity of cross-cultural art-projects as discussed at the International conference (June'29- 30, 2010), the part of The IX International Festival at Kai Theatre, Tokyo, Japan. The authors discuss the program, including opera, choreography and ...

Russians Get a Big Taste of Holiday Harmony
Harmonizer (2011) Vol. 71, No. 1, pp. 27


The Work of Kamil Mutyga in the Context of Forming the Stage Professionalism in Vocal Art of Tatars
Problemy Muzykal'noj Nauki (2011) , No. 8, pp. 43-45

The article considers the art of famous Tatar singer of the early 20th century, Kamil Mutyga, in the context of forming the stage professionalism in the vocal art of Tatars. The author analyzes the concert repertoire, the manner of singing, ...