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K vystupleniiu khora Zharova v Germanii

On the performance of the Jaroff Choir in Germany

Russkaia mysl’ (Paris 1947-)

Newspaper Article

Russian

Issue No 1638

7

RM1638; Jaroff

Notes on the history of the choir

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Chto zhe budet dal’she? (Ob upadke religioznosti v narode)

What is going to happen next? Concerning the decline of religiosity among the people

Khorovoe i regentskoe delo

Journal Article

Russian

1912

12:

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Khor Russkoi Molodezhi

The Russian Youth Choir

Zarubezh’e (Munich)

Journal Article

Russian

111

1967

12

4/1/1967

Znamenny Chant; Dreving

Names: Viktor Anatol'evich Drevin<g> and 3 soloists Svetlana Landezen (Sopr), Aleksandr Shhlippe (sic?) (Bass) and Viktor Drevin<g> (Baritone) St Seraphim's Choir

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Vladimirskie Torzhestva v Dzheksone

Church Festival of St Vladimir’s at Jackson NJ

Novoe Russkoe Slovo (New York 1910-)

Newspaper Article

Russian

1974

4

New York: Wednesday August 7, 1974

Secular Music

Mention of the conductor, Professor House (Khaus or House?)

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Russkii Khram v L’ezhe

The Russian church in Liege <Belgium>

Russkaia mysl’ (Paris 1947-)

Newspaper Article

Russian

303

1950

4

Wednesday December 20, 1950

Denisov, Ivan K.; St Petersburg Quartet

role of N. I. Tsygankov, director of the choir and also a performance by the St Petersburg Quartet with I. Denisov (conductor), Kaidanov, Pashutin and Braminov

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Vladimirskie torzhestva v Dzheksone

Festival of St Vladimir’s at Jackson NJ

Novoe Russkoe Slovo (New York 1910-)

Newspaper Article

Russian

1974

4

New York: Wednesday August 7, 1974

Secular Music-recheck; Paris: BN; Khaus or House?-USA; mention of the conductor Professor Chaus (recheck English spelling)

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The Kedroff Quartet

Russko-Amerikanskii Pravoslavnyi Vestnik (1896- )

Journal Article

English

23

Kedroff Quartet; Kedrov, C.; Denisov; Kasakov, T. K.; Kedrov, N.

A large audience gathered at the Town Hall last night to hear the concert given by the Kedroff Quartet. That most of the hearers understood the Russian (sic) the singers used exclusively was manifested by the rapt attention given the majestic strains of the oening (sic) numbers, taken from the liturgy of the Eastern Orthodox Church and by the laughter that accompanied the closing number. "A Mother-in-Law had Seven Sons-in-Law, which was needlessly listed on the program as a "humerous song." I. K. Denisoff, the first tenor, was suffering from an incipient cold, but acquitted himself very well, while C.N. Kedroff, the basso, had his competent organ under full control for his important substructure, and N. N. Kedroff, baritone and T. K. Kasakoff, second tenor, were always helpful with their "inside" parts. The four were generous with encores, and were so wildly applauded at the end the offered Rimsky-Korsakoff's Bumble-Bee after they had smilingly sung "Good-night."

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A. Ch.

<Nekrolog: Il'yashenko, A. S. (1884–1954>

<Obituary: Il’iashenko, A. S. (1884-1954)>

Chasovoi (Paris-Bruxelles)

Journal Article

Russian

350

1955

1955

Chasovoi = La Sentinelle

11995

A. Ch.

Obituary: Il’iashenko, A. S. (1884-1954)

Obituary: Il'iashenko, A. S. (1884-1954)

Chasovoi (Paris-Bruxelles)

Journal Article

Russian

350

1955

1955

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A. G. M-ii

Nabroski. Po voprosam tserkovno-pevcheskogo dela

Sketches. On Church Singing

Gusel’ki iarovchaty

Journal Article

Russian

0.4

1912

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