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BICHEVSKAYA, JEANNE,
Poet Pesni Bulata Okudzhavy / Sings Bulat Okujava's Songs
. 33 Phono record/stereo record, Melodiya, 1985, the titles of the songs are on the back of the sleeve in Russian and English.
¶ Zhanna Vladimirovna Bichevskaya (or Jeanne Bichevskaya, born 1944), is a prominent Soviet and Russian singer and folk musician. She was born in Moscow and in 1971 she graduated from the Moscow Circus and Performing Arts School. She was teacher of music in Zagorsk (Sergiev Posad). In the 1970s, Zhanna started to perform Russian folk songs and romances. At that time she was deeply influenced by Bulat Okudzhava, and she quickly gained popularity in Russia and abroad with some critics dubbing her the Russian Joan Baez. Her unique style of music is often described as Russian country-folk. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, Zhanna Bichevskaya's songs started to have more political, nationalist and spiritual themes. She performed a series of White Guard officer's songs, as well as a series of religious songs. The lyrics to the latter were composed by Father Roman, a priest of the Pskovo-Pechorsky Monastery. In 1999, Zhanna also became the host of her own show on Voice of Russia radio station.
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Book number: F2616
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Catalogue: All
Keywords: Bulat Okudzhava Okudzhawa

 
MINISTER VAN OORLOG (DUTCH WAR MINISTRY)
Zangbundel Voor Het Nederlandsche Leger
. Uitgegeven op last van den Minister van Oorlog. [ KB geeft ook 1918 aan ] De drie eerste liederen in deze zangbundel zijn de volksliederen van Holland, Friesland en Limburg, 'Wilhelmus van Nassouwe', 'Frysk bloed, tsjuch op!' en 'Waar in `t bronsgroen eikenhout'. Ook heldenliederen, zoals 'De Zilvervloot' of 'Er was een oorlogsschip' die door de rotten schalden. 48 blz. tekst verkleurd, marcherende soldaten op de omslag. geniet (nietjes roestig ) Op de voorkant staat ook nog gedrukt: Weest met mij de dragers van `t Hollandsche lied O, breng het in huizen en zalen, Het blijve uw trots, ons vaderlandsch lied, Dat lied onzer eigene tale. (Mr.v.d. Mey en Hofland).
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Book number: F3127
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Catalogue: Music
Keywords: 1st World War

 
NIJHOFF SALES CATALOGUES
Martinus Nijhoff , 16 Sales Catalogues Containing Russian and Other Slavic Titles
. Issued from the 1960s till 1980. All prepared under the supervision of the eminent antiquarian bookseller Anton Gerits and from Nijhoff's famous address Lange Voorhout 9-11 in the Hague. Most titles are in Cyrillic. We offer: list 701: Russian books on Linguistics, 467 titles; List 721: Russian theatre and music, 241 titles + 14 in Western languages; List 725: religion and church in Russia 547 titles;List 730: Russian geography and travels. 463 titles; List 731: Russian books on the peasant problem and the work of the Zemstvos, 416 titles; List 733: the Decembrist movement, 219 titles; List 734: Russian recollections and diaries, 313 titles + 14 titles in Western languages; List 735: Pre-revolutionary social and political thought, 553 titles + 18 titles in Western European languages; List 739 Rulers over Russia (Czars, Czaritzas, Nobility, Insurgents ) 330 titles; List 741 : Slavic linguistics( this one issued in 1980) items 1 - - 721 in Russian, 722 - 754 in Western languages; List 742: Russian military history and science.(1980) 608 titles + loose insert with11 titles in Western languages; List 744: Communism and the Soviet Union. 410 titles; List 757: Russicana. Education and pedagogy , ethnography, folklore, philosophy, social and cultural life. 277 titles. In addition 3 catalogues as opposed to LISTS: these were numbered separately. Cat. 848: Russian books and periodicals Part I Letters A - N. (1974) 1282 titles, 84 pages; Cat. 849: Russian books and periodicals Part II Letters K - P. numbers 1283- 2634, 88 pages; Catalogue 873: Books on Eastern Europe (1977) 1010 titles, 66 pages.
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Book number: F3255
GBP 45.00 [Appr.: EURO 53.25 US$ 56.21 | JP¥ 7190]
Catalogue: Slavic
Keywords: Russian Slavic Bibliography

 
VULPIUS, C.A.,
Die Zauberfloete. Eine Oper in Drei Aufzuegen,
. neubearbeitet von C. A. Vulpius. Die Musik ist von Mozart. Aufgefuehrt auf dem Herzoglichen Hoftheater zu Weimar zum erstenmal am 16. Januar 1794. Leipzig, 1794. bei Johann Samuel Heinsius. Neu herausgegeben von Hans Loewenfeld.Leipzig, Insel Verlag 1911, 128pp.number 125 of a limited numberd edition of 300 copies. With a handwritten poem in old German script dated Posen im Fruehling 1918. signed with initials Th.M. In a fine full cromson leather binding , the oritinal front board title in gilt in a gilt oval recessed in front board, blank spine with 6 raised bands. with silk page marker. see: Sarkowski 1936. - Eines von 300 numer. Exemplaren auf Bütten (= Gesamtauflage). - Im Anhang "Goethes Notizen während der Proben zur Aufführung der Zauberflöte in Weimar" Vulpius' adaptation of Die Zauberflöte was given in Weimar 81 times between 1794 and 1814.
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Book number: F1889
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Catalogue: Music
Keywords: German Music Opera

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