Great Russian


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a member of the chief stock of Russian people living in European Russia

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All the great Russian composers of the late 19th Century owe a huge debt to the 'father of Russian music', Mikhail Glinka.
I have thought about the great Russian dissident and human rights activist Valeriya Novodvorskaya almost every day since her "untimely" death earlier this summer.
The great Russian writer Vasily Grossman served his country through the siege of Stalingrad and all the way to Berlin.
The Minister welcomed the delegation and expressed the government's openness to Russian investments, highlighting the great efforts exerted by the government to host great Russian economic projects as well as legislations and laws to protect them.
The ceremony takes place in the Tsarskoselsky Lyceym (where great Russian poet Alexander Pushkin and many other famous noblemen studied).
It must be a daunting task for any subsequent soloist to perform these works - Rostropovich had some input into their composition - but Daniel Muller-Schott succeeds not by competing with the great Russian cellist's outsize musical personality but by being himself.
The programme was "Homage to Fokine", Mariinsky Ballet's tribute to the great Russian choreographer Mikhail Fokine (1880-1942), whose work thrust the company onto the world stage.
It's blasphemous to rename the great Russian city after a bloody tyrant who killed millions of his fellow citizens," said Nikolai Levichev a senior federal lawmaker with the leftist Just Russia party.
com)-- The Moscow Ballet will hold open auditions for their Chicago production of The Great Russian Nutcracker beginning at 4 p.
With the great Russian painter Marc Chagall, we build on our reputation for presenting modern masters in a fresh and compelling way.
The Oscar-winner plays the wife of Leo Tolstoy, in a biopic of the great Russian writer.
Vladimir Rushailo handed over the set of books devoted to great Russian scholar Mikhail Lomonosov, whose 300th anniversary will be marked in Russia next year, to President Otunbaeva.
12 The term 'nihilism: meaning the rejection of all moral values, was made popular by which great Russian novel?
THE LAST STATION is a love story set during the last year of the life and turbulent marriage of the great Russian writer Leo Tolstoy and his wife, the Countes s Sofya.
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