Yes, this could be the most unusual collaboration in the history of peoples – African Angola soldiers perform their rapping songs accompanied by Russian Siberian throat singers-shamans from Tuva. This happened during a joint drill in Siberia of Russia and Angola.
He was walking by the street, so musician sings his song and decided join the guy, the idea was very cool:
Russian choir sings inside a domed Barcelona museum. Video:
Not bad, here’s a video:
Series of videos about Russia, first video is called “Balalaika”. Here is the video:
Selection of Soviet era music nostalgia. Some of them seem pretty hilarious now.
It might be a surprising fact for you but in Russia there are still a few factories producing guitars. During Soviet times, Russian people had to buy mostly all locally made products, so guitar manufacturers were blooming. Then, Russia opened its markets to foreign merchandise and many ex-Soviet factories went bankrupt. Many think that Russian guitar makers went bankrupt too and aren’t producing anything now, Chinese stuff is cheaper and often better made. However this is not true, and this is one example of an old Soviet guitar maker that is still making acoustic guitars. Thanks to Russian photo blogger Andrei who went there and took photos we can see what the Russian guitar maker looks like from inside.
Marina, one of the best everyday photographers in Russia that I have met so far, has come out again with a cool photo set of the Russian Army Orchestras festival on the Red Square taken at night. Be prepared to see a lot of trained musicians doing all sorts of crazy things in this post, including throwing their rifles in the air while playing music. You will be able to witness army orchestras in their original national uniform from plenty of countries, like Greece, Pakistan, Russia, Belarus, Belgium, Ireland and many more, even Mexico! Thanks goes to Marina!
This is what can be called a “contemporary art”. Russian “EUROVISION” song mixed up with recent Ukrainian chronicles. I am not sure who made this but it sends chills down … Read more