Vanishing voices from Russia & Eastern Europe

Army recruitment songs, Chastushka (in Udmurt and in Russian) dancing songs to the accompaniment of harmonica, playing the harmonica.

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    Army recruitment; Chastushka

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    EAP347: Vanishing voices from the Uralic world: sound recordings for archives in Russia (in particular Udmurtia), Estonia, Finland and Hungary

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    Performers: Maximova, Nina Arsenthevna [b1936]; Maximov, Yury Grigoryevich [b1933]; Fukalova, Nina Mefodiyevna [b1957]; Belosludtseva, Galina Pavlovna [b1948]; Maximova, Nadezhda Alexandrovna [b1958]; Maximov, Anatoly Alexandrovich [b1958]; Derendyayev, Valery Yuryevich [b1958]. Original file reference: UdmI КК 137-1A.03; CC-0183A.03. Location: Staraya Gyja (Vuzh Gyja), Kezsky District, Udmurt Republic (Russia)

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    Endangered Archives Programme - EAP347 project webpage

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