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  1. Jan 24,  · ("The Song of the Volga Boatmen" or "Yo, Heave Ho!"), with English subtitles. Folk music of the Soviet Union the Soviet Army, Chorus, Band and Dance Ensemble performs a .
  2. Moogurr says:
    Sep 03,  · Song: Song of the Volga Boatman. Performed by the Red Army Choir. From the Red Army Choir Definitive Collection, Disc 2. I take no credit for the creation of .
  3. The "Song of the Volga Boatmen" (Russian: Эй, ухнем!) is a well-known traditional Russian song collected by Mily Balakirev, and published in his book of folk songs in [1] It is a genuine shanty sung by burlaks, or barge-haulers, on the Volga gavinarakeleronmalofym.xyzinforev published it with only one verse (the first). The other two verses were added at a later date.
  4. Mikasida says:
    Aug 26,  · "Song of the Volga Boatmen" - Leonid Kharitonov & The Red Army Choir (Live) - Duration: Leonid Kharitonov (Леонид Харитонов) 2,, views.
  5. Faugami says:
    Jun 29,  · Provided to YouTube by Danmark Music Group Volga Boatmen / Meadowland / Dark Eyes · Marek Weber Music of the Volga ℗ Shellac Revival Released on: Composer: Traditional Auto-generated.
  6. To the Tune of "The Volga Boatmen" Chorus: (Sing after every pair of lines) Happy Birthday. [Hunh!] Happy Birthday. [Hunh!] Death, destruction, and despair People dying everywhere May the cities in your wake Burn like candles on your cake, May your deeds with sword and axe.
  7. JoJotilar says:
    The "Song of the Volga Boatmen" (known in Russian as Эй, ухнем! [Ey, ukhnem!, "yo, heave-ho!"], after the refrain) is a well-known traditional Russian song collected by Mily Balakirev, and published in his book of folk songs in
  8. Dirisar says:
    "The song of the Volga Boatmen" was sung by burlaks, persons who hauled barges and other vessels upstream. They appeared in Russia at the end of the 16th century and their number increased as the freight transport expanded. The name "burlak" itself originated from the Tatar word "bujdak", which means "homeless".
  9. Stravinsky's arrangement of the Song of the Volga Boatmen was his attempt to compose a new Russian national anthem. Stravinsky, a follower of his teacher Rimsky-Korsakov's advocacy of the Revolution, was an ardent supporter of the February, , Revolution. For a gala concert in support of the revolution given in April at the Costanzi Theater in Rome, Stravinsky, at Diaghilev's request.

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