A.S. Pușkin - Rusalka album flac
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Label: Electrecord – EXE 03067. Directed By – Paul Urmuzescu. Producer – Ștefan Bonea. Text By – Ion Costin. Voice Actor – Gheorghe Cozorici.
The Rusalka usually are very malevolent especially towards women since they were like them in life and would usually try to kill them out of jealousy and spite. A rusalka is a female water spirit in Slavic mythology and folklore. The soul of a young woman who had died in or near a river or a lake would come back to haunt that waterway. This undead rusalka is not invariably malevolent, and would be allowed to die in peace if her death is avenged.
Keywords: drama Rusalka by . Pushkin, mythological picture of the world, comparison, authenticity of the work of art, interpretation of a literary work. References: Akhmatova, . Kamennyy gost' Pushkina. In Pushkin: Issledovaniya i materialy. Vol. 2 (pp. 185-195), AN SSSR. In-t rus. lit. (Pushkin. Moscow; Leningrad: Izd-vo AN SSSR.
A Rusalka is a water nymph common to the popular mythology and folklore of central and eastern Europe. A second frequent characteristic of Rusalka stories is the seduction of men by these alluring creatures, who are then dragged by them into the lake to be drowned, or suffer some similar fate. In lakeside leafy groves a friar Escaped the world; out there he passed His summer days in constant prayer, Deep studies and eternal fast.
Dargomyzhsky, Aleksandr. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. Aleksandr Pushkin (1799–1837). Composer Time PeriodComp.
female spirit in Slavic mythology. Rusalka per Ivan Bilibín, 1934.
The Rusalka The Rusalka A. S. Pushkin, 1819 In lakeside leafy groves a friar Escaped the world; out there he passed His summer days in constant prayer, Deep studies and eternal fast. Already with a humble shovel The elder dug himself a grave; And calling saints to bless his hovel, Death, nothing other, did he crave. So once upon a falling night he Bowed down beside his droopy shack And meekly prayed to the Almighty.
- Recorded At – Radio România
- Printed By – I.P. "Bucureștii-Noi"
- Adapted By (Text), Directed By [Regia artistică], Narrator [Crainicul] – George Teodorescu
- Directed By [Regia tehnică, Regia muzicală] – Paul Urmuzescu
- Producer [Redactor de disc] – Ștefan Bonea
- Text By – A.S. Pușkin*
- Text By [Traducere de] – Ion Costin
- Voice Actor [Cneazul] – Gheorghe Cozorici
- Voice Actor [Doica] – Marieta Rareș
- Voice Actor [Morarul] – George Calboreanu
- Voice Actor [Natașa] – Gina Petrini
- Voice Actor [Nașul] – Ștefan Ciubotărașu
- Voice Actor [Rusalcele] – Eugenia Popovici, Lucia Mara, Nastasia Șova
- Voice Actor [Rusalcița] – Liliana Păpușoiu*
- Voice Actor [Vladimir] – Ion Aurel Manolescu
- Voice Actor [Vînătorul] – Dan Damian
- Voice Actor [În alte roluri] – Gheorghe Iorgulescu, Maria Gligor, Mihai Stoenescu
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