Proschanie Slavianki - Videos
with Ceremonies and Marches
|with a Soviet soldier in Berlin (2010).|
|Soviet soldiers in Moscow (1990).|
|with a T-34 tank, a lady and two soldiers in Kharkov where this legendary tank was developed and produced.|
Russian musicians in St.Petersburg became very happy when
I asked |
them to play Proschanie Slavianki (2003).
Russian sodiers in Moscow (2010).|
For security reasons, they do not
want their their faces to be photographed.
Stalin Organ in St. Petersburg. I was there to
attend a conference in 2003. |
I am with a young Russian lady
in this photo.
- Vladimir Putin
likes this music. When he visited France in June of 2014, the French
palace band played this music to make him happy. When he visited Korea
in 1991, the Korean military band played this music while he was reviewing
the honor guards.
Vasily Agapin was the composer.
Stalin talks at the Red Square in 1941.
Then Proschanie Slavianki. After the parade, those people were sent
directly to the front line against German troops.
1936 at the Red Square.
Military Parade (2008),
With Kremlin fireworks.
March on the Red Square.
Red Square Ceremony and Parade (2007).
Central Ministry of Defense Band.
Another Version of Ministry of Defense Band
at the Kremlin Theatre in Moscow.
- Egyptian Band.
Chinese Female Soldiers.
Netherland Army Band.
Norwegians like Proschanie Slavianki.
Video from concert in Sofia 24.10.2010,
Farewell of Slavianka
(Russian: Proshchanye Slav1anki) is a Russian patriotic march,
written by the composer Vasily Agapkin in honour of the Bulgarian
women bidding farewell to their husbands who left for the First Balkan
War. The march premiered in Tambov in 1912 and was subsequently
released as a single. Slavianka means "Slavic woman".
- Soviet Movie entitled Letyat Zhurablie (Cranes are flying), made in 1957. I saw this movie in 1960 while I was a graduate student in Princeton.
with Vocal Music
Female Voice with photos of
Male and Female Voices with tragic
Female Voice with English subtitles.
with Russian and English Subtitles.
with Chinese Subtitles.
- Accordion Version.
with Combat Scenes
with Fierce Battles.
Stalin, T34, Stalin Tanks, etc.
- Photos of Russian Soldiers.
While I was in my high school before (1948-50) the Korean War,
the school band played this music every morning. I was in
South Korea, fiercely anti-communist and anti-Soviet.
How did this happen?