Russian Folk - Troika (balalaika)
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"Troika" in the painting
Trojka (ros. тройка) - rodzaj trójkonnego zaprzęgu popularny w Rosji, szczególnie przy saniach.
A troika (Russian: тройка, "triplet" or "trio") is a traditional Russian harness driving combination, using three horses abreast, usually pulling a sleigh.
- Ха-ха напоминает мне романтические сцены из некоторых боевик
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- je souhaite acheter cette musique... comment proceder''''''
- I love russian folk music. i think they all well fit with accordeon. My uncle had an accordeon. he used to play these music. i didn't know what music they are. but now i understand. Rest in peace big uncle.
- i love it!
- I enjoyed the music and the art work. It is both very beautiful. Thank you.
- This is a Russian folk song. Here, only the instrumental performance of a balalaika
- we should find them and demand that they tell us why they disliked. it just doesn't make sense. :(
- That people(4 dislike) doesnt have a soul.
- you probably mean ''Jitrnice''... it is kind of Czech sausage
- Thanks for this, all I could find before on Youtube was that orchestral song.
- Wow .. great .
- Im so high right now.. What a great song!
- Fantasztikus. Köszönöm nagyon szeretem hallgatni . Nagyon szép kompozíció.
- this is great
- lovely music, very elevating.
- who is the composer?
- from Poland? dziekuje za ten rolik. To jest bardzo dobrze ze pani lubie Rosija. ja z Rosji, i koham Polska :-)
- Thanks Emy
- Hi Eric! Thank you for the nice comment. I do not know about "Yit-i-nitzi"... We are given barley porridge with pork stew.
I love Russian and Ukrainian folk music.Regards Barbara
- My father brought a balalaika home from Russia. I guess technically he brought it home from the CCCP since he got it in the 70's. This is nice music to listen to. And, I just noticed you're from Poland. My grandmother made a food that is pronounced 'Yit-i-nitzi' (in English phonetics) and it's made of pork and barley. You wouldn't happen to know if it's a Polish dish or how to actually spell it would you?
- Thank you!!!
- I love
- and... Happy New Year Anton :)