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Russian Circles - 4 Studio Albums (2006-2011)  Music

Posted by gribovar at June 11, 2017
Russian Circles - 4 Studio Albums (2006-2011)

Russian Circles - 4 Studio Albums (2006-2011)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+.cue+log) - 1,13 GB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps (LAME 3.93) - 425 MB | Covers - 117 MB
Genre: Post-Rock, Post-Metal | RAR 3% Rec. | Label: Black Records, Suicide Squeeze Records, Sargent House

Russian Circles are an American instrumental rock trio from Chicago, IL. Their sound consists of expansive guitar sounds created by guitarist Mike Sullivan's extensive looping and layering (a sound which he accurately reproduces at live shows), as well as heavily rhythmic drums and crushing basslines. They feature the cinematic soundscapes common to post-rock, but are not afraid to keep some sections heavy with a capital H, and have plenty of rhythm changes. They formed in 2005, and self-released an eponymous EP, followed shortly thereafter by their full-length debut, ''Enter''. Russian Circles provide a sonic adventure that should be enjoyable for any fan of the genre.
Duke Ellington - Jazz Violin Session (1976) [2002 Russian Limited Edition]

Duke Ellington - Jazz Violin Session (1976) [2002 Russian Limited Edition]
EAC Rip | FLAC (tracks+.cue, log) | Artwork (300dpi, png) | 322 mb | MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 132 mb
Jazz | Label: Atlantic

This small group session was recorded in 1963 for Atlantic, and originally issued in 1976, two years after Duke Ellington's death. It showcases a small group that features string players in the front line. Ray Nance, the Duke's own violinist, is here as is the legendary Stephane Grappelli and violist Svend Asmussen.
Nikita Mikhalkov. A Sentimental Trip Home. Music of Russian Painting (1995)

Nikita Mikhalkov. A Sentimental Trip Home. Music of Russian Painting / Sentimentalnoe puteshestvie na rodinu. Muzyka russkoy zhivopisi / Сентиментальное путешествие на Родину. Музыка русской живописи (1995)
DVD Video, 3 x DVD9 | ~ 240 min | PAL 4:3 | 720x576 | 22,3 GB
Russian: Dolby AC3, 6 ch
Subtitles: English, Russian, Francais, Espanol, Italiano, Deutsch, Nederlands, Portugues, Svenska, Hebrew, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese
Genre: Documentary, Excursion | Director: Nikita Mikhalkov

The author of this unique art project, Nikita Mikhalkov, presents to the viewers the works of his favorite 19th-century painters. We shall see a whole panorama of artistic trends and tastes of the period, learn about amazing life stories of the painters and their subjects, the history of creation of the masterpieces of Russian painting, and get a broad picture of Russian culture, particularly the culture of painting. Thanks to a deeply personal, involved presentation of the material, a lively, ingenuous intonation, the paintings of the talented Russian artists will come so close to us that we’ll be able to hear “the music of Russian painting” and understand what perhaps was hidden due to our, sometimes superficial, momentary perception. And, as a result, get a gratifying sense of association with the unique heritage of our great country and the proud feeling of being part of its great people and history.
Russian Empire. Ep4: Catherine II. Part 1 / Российская Империя (2000) [ReUp]

Russian Empire. Ep4: Catherine II. Part 1 / Российская Империя (2000)
DVDRip | 1hr 05mn | XVID, ~1,4 Mbps | 512x384 | 700 MB
Russian: MP3, 2 ch, 128 Kbps
Subtitles: English(Srt)
Genre: Documentary | Historical

The "Russian Empire" project by Leonid Parfyonov, dedicated to the 300th anniversary of the Russian Empire and the founding of Saint-Petersburg, is a contemporary view on 300 years of the Russian state. "Russian Empire" required weeks of shooting in the Russian capitals and dozens of trips around the current and former territories of the country, to unique places which had never been filmed in the past. From a Polish village which Peter the Great once passed by, to the roofs of the Hermitage and tiny German towns from where the Russian empresses had come from. The program includes filming at the sites of battles fought by the Russian armies, from Rome to Beirut, and the sites of the national disasters from Sebastopol to Eastern Prussia. The program includes historic anecdotes, real diaries, little-known documentational evidence and letters of the top personalities of the Empire. The "Russian Empire" is a personal history of this country, a TV investigation of the Russian imperial ideal which is still alive for both its supporters and adversaries.
Russian Empire. Ep3: Anna Ioanovna and Elizaveta Petrovna / Российская Империя (2000) [ReUp]

Russian Empire. Ep3: Anna Ioanovna and Elizaveta Petrovna / Российская Империя (2000)
DVDRip | 0hr 57mn | XVID, ~1,5 Mbps | 512x384 | 700 MB
Russian: MP3, 2 ch, 128 Kbps
Subtitles: English(Srt)
Genre: Documentary | Historical

The "Russian Empire" project by Leonid Parfyonov, dedicated to the 300th anniversary of the Russian Empire and the founding of Saint-Petersburg, is a contemporary view on 300 years of the Russian state. "Russian Empire" required weeks of shooting in the Russian capitals and dozens of trips around the current and former territories of the country, to unique places which had never been filmed in the past. From a Polish village which Peter the Great once passed by, to the roofs of the Hermitage and tiny German towns from where the Russian empresses had come from. The program includes filming at the sites of battles fought by the Russian armies, from Rome to Beirut, and the sites of the national disasters from Sebastopol to Eastern Prussia. The program includes historic anecdotes, real diaries, little-known documentational evidence and letters of the top personalities of the Empire. The "Russian Empire" is a personal history of this country, a TV investigation of the Russian imperial ideal which is still alive for both its supporters and adversaries.
Russian Empire. Ep2: Peter 1. Part 2 / Российская Империя (2000) [ReUp]

Russian Empire. Ep2: Peter 1. Part 2 / Российская Империя (2000)
DVDRip | 0hr 57mn | XVID, ~1,5 Mbps | 512x384 | 700 MB
Russian: MP3, 2 ch, 128 Kbps
Subtitles: English(Srt)
Genre: Documentary | Historical

The "Russian Empire" project by Leonid Parfyonov, dedicated to the 300th anniversary of the Russian Empire and the founding of Saint-Petersburg, is a contemporary view on 300 years of the Russian state. "Russian Empire" required weeks of shooting in the Russian capitals and dozens of trips around the current and former territories of the country, to unique places which had never been filmed in the past. From a Polish village which Peter the Great once passed by, to the roofs of the Hermitage and tiny German towns from where the Russian empresses had come from. The program includes filming at the sites of battles fought by the Russian armies, from Rome to Beirut, and the sites of the national disasters from Sebastopol to Eastern Prussia. The program includes historic anecdotes, real diaries, little-known documentational evidence and letters of the top personalities of the Empire. The "Russian Empire" is a personal history of this country, a TV investigation of the Russian imperial ideal which is still alive for both its supporters and adversaries.
Russian Empire. Ep1: Peter 1. Part 1 / Российская Империя (2000) [ReUp]

Russian Empire. Ep1: Peter 1. Part 1 / Российская Империя (2000)
DVDRip | 0hr 57mn | XVID, ~1,5 Mbps | 512x384 | 700 MB
Russian: MP3, 2 ch, 128 Kbps
Subtitles: English(Srt)
Genre: Documentary | Historical

The "Russian Empire" project by Leonid Parfyonov, dedicated to the 300th anniversary of the Russian Empire and the founding of Saint-Petersburg, is a contemporary view on 300 years of the Russian state. "Russian Empire" required weeks of shooting in the Russian capitals and dozens of trips around the current and former territories of the country, to unique places which had never been filmed in the past. From a Polish village which Peter the Great once passed by, to the roofs of the Hermitage and tiny German towns from where the Russian empresses had come from. The program includes filming at the sites of battles fought by the Russian armies, from Rome to Beirut, and the sites of the national disasters from Sebastopol to Eastern Prussia. The program includes historic anecdotes, real diaries, little-known documentational evidence and letters of the top personalities of the Empire. The "Russian Empire" is a personal history of this country, a TV investigation of the Russian imperial ideal which is still alive for both its supporters and adversaries.

Russian Vocabulary Course (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Linguist_expert at April 25, 2016
Russian Vocabulary Course (repost)

Russian Vocabulary Course
4 Audio CDs: English / Russian: MP3, 192 Kbps (2 channels) | Duration: 5 hours | 2009 | ISBN-10: 0340983248
PDF Book
Overal size: 437 MB | Genre: Learning Russian | Level: Beginner

Learn another language the way you learnt your own You learnt your own language naturally and enjoyably: now you can learn Russian in the same way.

Russian Advanced Course (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Linguist_expert at April 9, 2016
Russian Advanced Course (repost)

Russian Advanced Course
4 Audio CDs: English / Russian: MP3, 128 Kbps (2 channels) | Duration: 5 hours | 2008 | ISBN-10: 0340948434
PDF Book
Overal size: 291 MB | Genre: Learning Russian | Level: Advanced

A five-hour, 100% audio method for taking your Russian to an advanced level. Join teacher Natasha Bershadski and two students in a live lesson and within five hours you will be speaking advanced Russian proficiently and easily. You will rapidly improve your Russian with the students, hearing both their successes and their mistakes to keep you motivated and involved throughout the course.

Russian Foundation Course (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Linguist_expert at April 9, 2016
Russian Foundation Course (repost)

Russian Foundation Course
8 Audio CDs: English / Russian: MP3, 128 Kbps (2 channels) | Duration: 8 hours | 2007 | ISBN-10: 0340948418
PDF Book
Overal size: 523 MB | Genre: Learning Russian | Level: Beginner

An eight-hour, 100% audio method for learning Russian. Join teacher Natasha Bershadski and two students in a live lesson and within the first hour you will be able to construct simple phrases. You will learn the language with the students, hearing both their successes and their mistakes to keep you motivated and involved throughout the course. By the end, you will have the confidence to understand and speak Russian.