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Volya - Black Sea Cossacks Dance - Toronto Ukrainian Festival
 
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Volya performing the Black Sea Cossacks dance, a Cossack dance with their swords and a dance with their sweethearts at the 2015 Toronto Ukrainian Festival in my HD video. Volya is a Ukrainian dance ensemble from Edmonton, Alberta in Canada. I have placed the concert MC's introduction about this dance group after the end of the dance so that you can hear more information about this group and its history.
Views: 1542 007peterj
Halifax Ukraine Club Black Sea Cossack New Year 2015
 
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Dance and Music Enjoy It
Views: 307 michael lanera
Halifax Ukraine Club Black Sea Cossack New Year 2012....
 
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Black Sea Cossack Saw Dance 2012
Views: 899 avellinoituk
Julian Kytasty - Black Sea Winds: The Kobzari From Ukraine (2001)
 
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Tracklist: 01 Black Sea Winds 0:00 02 Cossack Lament 4:54 03 Bitter Life / Banish Misfortune (Lirnyk Medley) 8:35 04 The Chumak Flute 12:37 05 I'll Walk Through The Meadows 14:18 06 The Fatal Porridge 19:23 07 Fedir In The Ditch 23:42 08 The Widow And Her Threes Sons (Duma) 26:00 09 The Burning Candle 35:02 10 Scherbyna's Kozachok 39:18 11 The Brother And Sister (Duma) 40:22 12 Esperança 47:22 13 Echo Of The Steppes 49:23 14 The Song Of Truth And Falsehood 52:40 15 Elegy 57:36
Views: 3096 Pedro Nóbrega
Ukrainian Dancing Black Sea Kozaks
 
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Ukrainian Dancing UNF Sudbury - Black Sea Kozaks / Telethon 1984? - fun times! In memory of our good friend Orest "Fever" Maluha... MCTV Sudbury - Christmas Telethon Susan Hay / Nick Nykilchuk
Views: 1935 tlnureyev1
Halifax Ukaine Club Black Sea Cossack New Year 2012.
 
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Black Sea Cossack Singing
Views: 550 avellinoituk
Halifax Ukraine Black Sea Cossack New Year 2012...
 
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Black Sea Cossack Dance 2012
Views: 250 avellinoituk
Halifax Ukraine Club Black Sea Cossack New Year 2012....
 
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Black Sea Cossack Saw Dance 2012
Views: 91 avellinoituk
Halifax Ukraine Club Black Sea Cossack New Year2012
 
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Black Sea Cossack Singing
Views: 303 avellinoituk
Slavuta, Ukraine, 10/14/2018 City . Group "Cossack Fun" Song ".Black Sea"
 
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Slavuta, Ukraine, 10/14/2018 City Palace of Culture. Group "Cossack Fun" Song ".Black Sea" Славута,Україна, 14.10.2018р. Міський Палац культури. Гурт "Козацькі забави" Пісня " Чорне море."
Views: 14 Roman Bachinskiy
Black Sea Band 24.07.09
 
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The Black Sea Band played a Concert on 24.07.09 in Sevastopol, Ukraine. This song is called Poljushko Polje
Views: 1356 AMobius Strip
Black Sea Cossack Host
 
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Video Software we use: https://amzn.to/2KpdCQF Ad-free videos. You can support us by purchasing something through our Amazon-Url, thanks :) Black Sea Cossack Host , also known as Chernomoriya , was a Cossack host of the Russian Empire created in 1787 in the southern Ukraine from former Zaporozhian Cossacks.In the 1790s, the host was re-settled to the Kuban River.It comprised the Caucasus Fortified Defence Line from the mouth of the Kuban River to the mouth of the Bolshaya Laba River. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): Ilya Repin (1844–1930) Alternative names Russian: Илья Ефимович Репин Description Russian painter Date of birth/death 5 August 1844 29 September 1930 Location of birth/death Chuhuiv Repino (Finland) Work location Saint Petersburg, Moscow, Chuhuiv Authority control VIAF: 30329364 ISNI: 0000 0001 2277 9324 ULAN: 500024225 LCCN: n79075231 WGA: f96bf027-4a1e-4d2e-b2c4-c0fd589af4e9 WorldCat License: Public domain Author(s): Ilya Repin ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated to make Wikipedia, one of the biggest knowledge databases in the world available to people with limited vision. Article available under a Creative Commons license Image source in video
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Ukrainian Dancing - Black Sea Kozaks
 
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Ukrainian National Federation - Sudbury, Toronto, Hamilton - Ukrainian Dancing in Kingston. Good times - in memory of our good friend Orest "Fever" Maluha
Views: 507 tlnureyev1
Julian Kytasty Black Sea Winds: The Kobzari of Ukraine - 'The Widow and Her Three Sons' Ukraine
 
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Track 8 'The Widow And Her Three Sons' by Julian Kytasty from the 2001 album Black Sea Winds: The Kobzari of Ukraine. Julian Kytasty is a New York-based musician/singer whose life revolves around the propagation of bandura art and Ukrainian music, including ancient dumy, the chant-like epic songs that describe events in the Kozak period of the 16th and 17th centuries. He has been playing his banduras (he owns eight different types) and his sopilka (wooden flute) for diverse audiences around the world for more than 25 years. The bandura is a type of zither with 21 to 55 strings, played upright and plucked. It is a cross between a large lute and a Celtic harp and its sound resembles that of a harpsichord. Most Ukrainian traditional music includes the bandura, but during the Soviet occupation it fell into disfavour as the symbol of Ukrainian national culture and was rarely played in public. He is one of a handful of musicians who dedicate themselves to reconstituting the lost tradition of the bandura and to reestablishing its stature as the Ukraine's primary musical instrument. 'Kobzari' were wandering folk bards who performed a large repertoire of epic-historical, religious and folk songs while playing the kobza, a forerunner of the bandura, the national instrument of Ukraine.
Views: 3002 theworldmusicplanet
Halifax Ukrainian club black sea cossacks
 
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This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
Views: 329 avellinoituk
Взяв би я бандуру. Bandura and Cossack dance song
 
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Черноморский Kазачий Xор - Black Sea Cossacks Choir Дирижёр: Борис Михайлович Ледковский, Андрей Иванович Шолух, Николай Триполитов. Conductor: Boris Mikhailovich Ledkovsky. Andrei Iwanowitsch Scholuch. Nicolai Tripolitoff. http://www.mega-media.nl/download/mp3/id/1027319
Views: 371 Minsky Archief
Black Sea Cossack Song - Чорноморец иде
 
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The Pokroff Chamber Choir Director Andrey Goryachev
Views: 63 Andrey Goryachev
Black Sea Don Cossacks. "Jeg har hørt om en stad i det fjerne".
 
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Don Kosak kor Video no. 2 30-06-2009 Horne kirke Faaborg.dk Sangerne stemmeklang- ideal og sceneoptræden er kendetegnet af at Bulgarien og Rusland ligger mellem Europa og Asien. Det er et mix af buddistisk overtonesang, ro og europæisk operasang; mens en resonansløse spidse stemmeideal og falcetsang som kendes fra folkemusik verden over og dyrkes finkulturelt i Bulgarien kun anes. Det konsekvent langsomme rubato-tempo nedsætter pulsen og fremmer halvsøvn/dagdrømmerei/meditation.(Det har ved hjernescanning vist sig at være det samme) Dynamikken er udformet til lang katedralefterklang. I små ortodokse kirker har man ikke haft så dygtige og mange sangere. Herrestemmer er bedst egnet til at sætte kirkerummet i svingninger og dermed forbinde sangen med arkitekturen og optimere oplevelsen af helhed og forbundethed.
Views: 16676 ESKILD TV
Black Sea Don Cossacks: Odnozvutjno gremit
 
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from their concert at the Old Church of Ytterlännäs, Northern Sweden, July 2008; conductor Slavil Dimitrov. This Russian folk song is much loved in Sweden with its Swedish text "Jag har hört om en stad".
Views: 17014 davidtheharper
Чорноморец/Black Sea Cossack Song
 
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Arrangement by Andrey Goryachev. The Pokroff Chamber Choir, 2007
Views: 601 Andrey Goryachev
"Song about Russia's main naval base & Beautiful Black Sea" | #Music
 
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A Song about Russia's main naval base & Beautiful Black Sea | #Music
Views: 184 WestEndNews
Black Sea Don Cossacks in Kiruna Church
 
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Svarta Havets Don Kosack-kör i Kiruna kyrka.
Views: 924 Sara Johansson
Black Sea Don Cossacks
 
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30-06-2009 Horne Kirke Fyn. Kosakvideo nr. 3
Views: 1354 ESKILD TV
Russian Opposition Leader And Supporters Attacked By Cossacks
 
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Russian opposition leader Aleksei Navalny and several of his supporters were attacked in the Black Sea resort city of Anapa. Originally published at - http://www.rferl.org/media/video/russians-navalny-and-supporters-attacked-by-cossacks/27741037.html
Black Sea Don Cossacks Choir
 
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Kosakvideo nr. 1 from 30-06-2009 Horne church Faaborg http://hornepraesten.dk Sangstilen er gennem århundrede af mange fuldtidsbeskæftigede munke udviklet til i kadedraler - som Horne kirke - at aktivere og stimulere krybdyrhjernens lystcenter og meditative/halvsovende/dagdrømmende tilstand. Dette kan i dag vises ved hjerne scanning.
Views: 4406 ESKILD TV
Ukrainian Dance,Music and Song Company.Black Sea Cossacks. Performance in Shenyang.
 
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Ukrainian Dance,Music and Song Company.Black Sea Cossacks. Performance in Shenyang. http://www.popichuk.blogspot.com/ , https://www.google.com/+MaksimPopichuk , https://twitter.com/MaksimPopichuk.
Views: 782 Maksim Popichuk
We sing with the Black Sea Don Cossacks - 5 min. taster
 
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After their concert in the Old Church of Ytterlennes, Northern Sweden, the Cossacks held an open seminar where everyone was welcome to come and sing under the direction of their conductor, Slavil Dimitrov: in a simple video you can perhaps only capture part of the magic of being enfolded in the sound of this inspiring event, but it gives an idea of what was possible in just a few hours. Here are three songs in different styles: first a serious Byzantine chant, then a hymn in a more traditional harmony, and thirdly a well-loved song which is sung at every Swedish funeral, but which is originally a Russian folk-song; the clip ends with some lovely moments from the lunch break.
Views: 1552 davidtheharper
Cossack Dance [Russian] - Golden Ring Ensemble
 
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Folk Dances from Black Sea - Bulgarian, Georgian, Greek, Romanian, Russian, Turkish, Ukrainian Folk Dances Cossack Dance [Russian] Golden Ring Ensemble Buylinks https://itunes.apple.com/ca/album/folk-dances-from-black-sea/id308955231 http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=Folk+Dances+from+Black+Sea+-+Bulgarian%2C+Georgian%2C+Greek%2C+Romanian%2C+Russian%2C+Turkish%2C+Ukrainian+Folk+Dances&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3AFolk+Dances+from+Black+Sea+-+Bulgarian%5Cc+Georgian%5Cc+Greek%5Cc+Romanian%5Cc+Russian%5Cc+Turkish%5Cc+Ukrainian+Folk+Dances https://play.spotify.com/search/Folk%20Dances%20from%20Black%20Sea%20-%20Bulgarian%2C%20Georgian%2C%20Greek%2C%20Romanian%2C%20Russian%2C%20Turkish%2C%20Ukrainian%20Folk%20Dances Tracklist 1. Hora de la Obedeni [Romanian] George Serban 3:00 2. Dance of Knives [Greek] Kostikas Tsakalidis 2:23 3. Folk Dance [Ukrainian] Victor Karpenko 1:29 4. Pariakoukou Dance [Georgian] Gurna ensemble 2:22 5. Cossack Dance [Russian] Golden Ring Ensemble 2:25 6. Gankiko Horo Emil Kolev 3:12 7. Karsilama from Giresun [Turkish] Ahmed Dogan 4:15 8. Old Hora [Romanian] Iancu Matei 3:02 9. Horlytsia for Bandura [Ukrainian] Ivan Ostrovsky 2:15 10. Paydousko Horo [Bulgarian] Stefan Boychef 3:08 11. Dance Tas [Greek] Kostikas Tsakalidis 3:17 12. Pariokaba [Georgian] Gurna ensemble 3:29 13. Krivo Sadovsko Horo [Bulgarian] Vasil Petrov 2:43 14. Karadeniz Horon [Turkish] Turhan Sari 2:04 15. Sirba Fetelor [Romanian] Iancu Matei 2:07 16. Kozachok with Bandura [Ukrainian] Ivan Ostrovsky 2:11 17. Kotsari [Greek] Kostikas Tsakalidis 3:29 18. Pravo Shopsko Horo [Bulgaria] Dimiter Bachev 2:33 19. Kasik Havasi From Zonguldak [Turkish] Kemal Tanriverdi 1:59 20. Suite of Folk Dances [Ukrainian] Stanislav Misko 4:23
Views: 1618 MusicalArk
Black Sea Don Cossack Choir seminar: lunchtime v.0.1
 
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After their concert in the Old Church of Ytterlennes, Northern Sweden, the Cossacks held an open seminar where everyone was welcome to come and sing under the direction of their conductor, Slavil Dimitrov: the magic of being enfolded in the sound of this inspiring event is perhaps more than you can capture in a simple video, but it gives an idea of what was possible in just half-a-day. Here are two songs in different styles, the second starts at 4:30, and the clip ends with some lovely moments from the lunch break at 8:51
Views: 1357 davidtheharper
EU4 The Cossacks - Timurid Thunder [61] - Black Sea Entrance
 
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Europa Universalis IV The Cossacks expansion brought us a whole range of exciting new features and I'll be playing as the Timurids. A horde that has many rebellions brewing inside the country lead by an impotent Khan and is clashing with the rich India on the southeast and the looming threat that is the Ottoman empire to the west, I'll be trying to lead my great horse warriors back on the path of glory and carve a great empire from the rotting corpses of our many enemies! Expansion features: - New diplomatic options: let the world know what you think of your neighbours by setting a public attitude to foreign powers. -Tell the world what you want: designate neighbouring provinces as "places of interest", build trust with other nations, and entice allies with the promise of land for their support. - Tengri: Tengrism is now a syncretic faith, allowing it to tolerate certain secondary religions as if it were a national faith. - Horde unity and razing: nomadic nations now must pay attention to the horde unity of their tribes – a unity that can only be maintained by the occasional pillaging. - Improved culture changes: you can now restore a previous culture to a converted province, or convert a province you hold to a culture that is not your own. - Native policies: set your policy for colonial encounters with natives. Are you focused on quick subjugation, peaceful growth or trading advantages? - Improved espionage: new spy actions allow you to study the technology of more advanced countries and prod your rivals' subjects towards independence. - New diplomatic feedback: select provinces of interest, manage opinions, and a new trust and favors mechanic. - An internal politics system called Estates which brings more risk and reward to country management Koko on social media: Twitter: https://twitter.com/kokoplays Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/kokoplays?ty=h Player.me: https://player.me/kokoplays Google+: https://plus.google.com/+KokoplaysMB/posts If you enjoy the video subscribe for more daily fun! If you have questions or suggestions leave the comment below or hit me on Twitter! Official game website - http://www.europauniversalis4.com
Views: 82 Kokoplays MB
Sea Winds and Immigrant Songs - Part 4 - Cossack Lament
 
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Sea Winds and Immigrant Songs, Cape Breton University - Boardmore Playhouse, Nova Scotia, Canada. Julian Kytasty playing the Bandura & commentary.
Russia: Ex-Black Sea Fleet officer detained on suspicion of spying for Ukraine
 
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A former employee of the Black Sea Fleet headquarters, Leonid Parkhomenko, was detained in Sevastopol on Tuesday, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) said in a statement released on Thursday. Parkhomenko is suspected of treason for allegedly carrying out espionage on behalf of the Ukrainian state, according to the FSB. Footage shows FSB officers taking Parkhomenko in to detention. Video ID: 20161124 014 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Views: 1665 Ruptly
Ukrainian Cossack Music - Kozaka nesut'
 
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Ukrainian Cossack Music: Kozaka nesut' (They are carrying a cossack); ukr. Козака несуть. Images: Taras Bulba movie - Moscow propaganda movie (2009). The history of the Ukrainian Cossacks has three distinct aspects: their struggle against the Tatars and the Turks in the steppe and on the Black Sea; their participation in the struggle of the Ukrainian people against socioeconomic and national-religious oppression by the Polish magnates; and their role in the building of an autonomous Ukrainian state. The important political role played by the Ukrainian Cossacks in the history of their nation distinguishes them from the Russian Cossacks.
Views: 108029 TheCossackmate
Zoo and Cossack Equestrian Arena on Black Sea Coast Entertain Visitors
 
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Equestrian performance, horse therapy and unforgettable photo sessions with exotic animals. All these entertainments can be enjoyed in the resort village of Kyrylivka in Zaporozhzhia region of Ukraine. _ Follow UATV English: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UATVEN Twitter: https://twitter.com/UATV_en Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/uatv.en Medium: https://medium.com/@UATV_English
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Julian Kytasty Black Sea Winds: The Kobzari of Ukraine - 'Esperanca' Ukraine
 
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Track 12 'Esperanca' by Julian Kytasty from the 2001 album Black Sea Winds:The Kobzari of Ukraine Julian Kytasty is a New York-based musician/singer whose life revolves around the propagation of bandura art and Ukrainian music, including ancient dumy, the chant-like epic songs that describe events in the Kozak period of the 16th and 17th centuries. He has been playing his banduras (he owns eight different types) and his sopilka (wooden flute) for diverse audiences around the world for more than 25 years. The bandura is a type of zither with 21 to 55 strings, played upright and plucked. It is a cross between a large lute and a Celtic harp and its sound resembles that of a harpsichord. Most Ukrainian traditional music includes the bandura, but during the Soviet occupation it fell into disfavour as the symbol of Ukrainian national culture and was rarely played in public. He is one of a handful of musicians who dedicate themselves to reconstituting the lost tradition of the bandura and to reestablishing its stature as the Ukraine's primary musical instrument. 'Kobzari' were wandering folk bards who performed a large repertoire of epic-historical, religious and folk songs while playing the kobza, a forerunner of the bandura, the national instrument of Ukraine.
Views: 1008 theworldmusicplanet
Black Sea Fleet Choir
 
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An amazing performance by the members of the Choir, drawn from the Russian and Ukrainian fleets based in the Crimea on the Black Sea. I saw this performance in Yalta in October 2005.
Views: 20228 jonathanwallace
Cossacks today
 
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Russia: Super-stealth Kolpino submarine arrives for deployment to Black Sea
 
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A so-called super-stealth submarine called the Kolpino was officially handed over to the Russian Navy in St. Petersburg on Thursday. Addressing the officers, crew, and others in attendance, the Admiral of the submarine Vladimir Korolev described it as "a significant event". After the Admiral's address, the Russian navy's St. Andrew flag was hoisted, as a symbol of the acceptance of the ship. At the conclusion of the event, sailors sang the Russian anthem and put on a fireworks display. Video ID: 20161124 029 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Views: 7362 Ruptly
Russia's Resurgent Militiamen: The Cossacks
 
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Return of the Cossacks (2006): President Putin's recruitment of more than 800 Cossacks to patrol Sochi during the Winter Olympics is one step in his years-long effort to bring them back to prominence in Russian affairs. What are the consequences of this Cossack resurgence? For downloads and more information visit http://journeyman.tv/56699/short-films/return-of-the-cossacks.html In pre-revolutionary Russia, the Cossacks were the Tsars' most feared enforcers. Now, they've been re-enlisted as Protectors of the Motherland and are using their new powers to target minorities. "If I face a tough situation, I simply let my horse loose on that person," states one Cossack. Keen to exploit their military skills, the Kremlin has granted Cossacks responsibility for law and order in certain districts. Using their official powers, they harass minorities like the Meskhetian Turks. "They come to our houses and beat people up", states one refugee. Turks claim the harassment is increasing and believe the orders are coming from above. But the Kremlin refutes any suggestion of state-sponsored persecution. ABC Australia - Ref. 3217 Journeyman Pictures is your independent source for the world's most powerful films, exploring the burning issues of today. We represent stories from the world's top producers, with brand new content coming in all the time. On our channel you'll find outstanding and controversial journalism covering any global subject you can imagine wanting to know about.
Views: 60334 Journeyman Pictures
Julian Kytasty Black Sea Winds:The Kobzari of Ukraine - 'Scherbyna's Kozachok' Ukraine
 
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Track 10 'Scherbyna's Kozachok' by Julian Kytasty from the 2001 album Black Sea Winds:The Kobzari of Ukraine. Julian Kytasty is a New York-based musician/singer whose life revolves around the propagation of bandura art and Ukrainian music, including ancient dumy, the chant-like epic songs that describe events in the Kozak period of the 16th and 17th centuries. He has been playing his banduras (he owns eight different types) and his sopilka (wooden flute) for diverse audiences around the world for more than 25 years. The bandura is a type of zither with 21 to 55 strings, played upright and plucked. It is a cross between a large lute and a Celtic harp and its sound resembles that of a harpsichord. Most Ukrainian traditional music includes the bandura, but during the Soviet occupation it fell into disfavour as the symbol of Ukrainian national culture and was rarely played in public. He is one of a handful of musicians who dedicate themselves to reconstituting the lost tradition of the bandura and to reestablishing its stature as the Ukraine's primary musical instrument. 'Kobzari' were wandering folk bards who performed a large repertoire of epic-historical, religious and folk songs while playing the kobza, a forerunner of the bandura, the national instrument of Ukraine.
Views: 1342 theworldmusicplanet
Black Sea Kozaks - Ukrainian National Federation Sudbury Branch
 
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Black Sea Kozaks - Ukrainian National Federation Sudbury Branch Good times - great friends. Enjoy the pictures! Tim Nykilchuk, John Hucal, Dennis Harasymchuk, Terry Lelyk, Levko Rohatyn, Morris Hucal, Mike Poulton, Orest "Fever" Maluha, Peter Hucal
Views: 592 tlnureyev1
Ukrainian Dancing (UNF) Sudbury - Black Sea Kozaks - Caravan - Odessa Pavilion Toronto
 
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Ukrainian National Federation Sudbury - Black Sea Kozaks - Caravan 1 - Odessa Pavilion, Toronto In memory of our good friend Orest "Fever" Maluha...
Views: 1248 tlnureyev1
Julian Kytasty Black Sea Winds:The Kobzari of Ukraine - 'The Chumak Flute' Ukrainian
 
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by Julian Kytasty from the 2001 album Black Sea Winds:The Kobzari of Ukraine. Julian Kytasty is a New York-based musician/singer whose life revolves around the propagation of bandura art and Ukrainian music, including ancient dumy, the chant-like epic songs that describe events in the Kozak period of the 16th and 17th centuries. He has been playing his banduras (he owns eight different types) and his sopilka (wooden flute) for diverse audiences around the world for more than 25 years. The bandura is a type of zither with 21 to 55 strings, played upright and plucked. It is a cross between a large lute and a Celtic harp and its sound resembles that of a harpsichord. Most Ukrainian traditional music includes the bandura, but during the Soviet occupation it fell into disfavour as the symbol of Ukrainian national culture and was rarely played in public. He is one of a handful of musicians who dedicate themselves to reconstituting the lost tradition of the bandura and to reestablishing its stature as the Ukraine's primary musical instrument. 'Kobzari' were wandering folk bards who performed a large repertoire of epic-historical, religious and folk songs while playing the kobza, a forerunner of the bandura, the national instrument of Ukraine.
Views: 1056 theworldmusicplanet
Llangollen afterparty - Black sea cossaks 2
 
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Afterparty at Ashton ukrainian club good night after a hard days dancing
Views: 350 Maksym Rewko
Russia: Sevastopol honours Black Sea Fleet's 235th anniversary
 
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Subscribe to our channel! rupt.ly/subscribe Ceremonies were held in Sevastopol on Sunday in honour of the 235th anniversary of the Black Sea Fleet's foundation. During the day, there was a prayer service in the Vladimir Cathedral, the tomb of admirals while military personnel laid flowers at the monument of the fleet's founder Catherine II and at the memorial wall in honour of the defence of Sevastopol in 1941-1942. A number of soldiers who took part in operations in Syria were also honoured during a march. The Black Sea Fleet was founded by the decree of Catherine II after the annexation of the Crimea by Russia in 1783. Video ID: 20180513 020 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Views: 1828 Ruptly
Don Moy (My Don) Anatoly Sofronov
 
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A Soviet-era patriotic song is matched with 19th century Russian art of rural scenes and peasants. The Russian Cossacks were settled from the banks of the Ussuri in the Dalny Vostok to the shores of the Black Sea in the Kuban. They served in all the wars of the rodina, being in the vanguard of the advance upon Paris and the gruelling march across the Det Pak Dala. These are my ancestors, and I can stand upright because of their service to faith, tsar, and motherland. Thank you!
Views: 12687 Vostorgina01
The Space Cossacks - Black Sand
 
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Black Sand Played by The Space Cossacks
Views: 12270 Zebarbas
Russian opposition figure Navalny hit, fellow activist injured in mass brawl with 'Cossacks'
 
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Anti-corruption activist Aleksey Navalny has been hit and at least one of his associates injured in a mass brawl at Anapa Airport on Russia’s Black Sea coast. The fight began when Navalny and his team had milk thrown at them on their way to the terminal. Dmitry Slaboda, a photographer for the 'Cossacks' who filmed the incident, told 'Govorit Moskva' radio that the fight had been provoked by Navalny's supporters. A group of Cossacks 'did not plan to attack, but only wanted to throw milk,' the man claimed, adding that the fight only started after one of the men from Navalny's foundation group 'hit an elderly Cossack with his elbow.' Meanwhile, Anapa's regional Cossacks society told RBC that people who attacked the Navalny group at the airport 'were not Cossacks,' and added that police were now looking for them. READ MORE: http://on.rt.com/7cxf RT LIVE http://rt.com/on-air Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Google+ http://plus.google.com/+RT Listen to us on Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/rttv RT (Russia Today) is a global news network broadcasting from Moscow and Washington studios. RT is the first news channel to break the 1 billion YouTube views benchmark.
Views: 11566 RT
Shipwreck  found  in  Black  Sea  is  'world's  oldest  intact'
 
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*** Shipwreck found in Black Sea is 'world's oldest intact' - Subscribe for more: https://tinyurl.com/y8bzmtrg - Shipwreck found in Black Sea is 'world's oldest intact' + A Greek merchant ship dating back more than 2,400 years has been found lying on its side off the Bulgarian coast. The 23m (75ft) wreck, found in the Black Sea by an Anglo-Bulgarian team, is being hailed as officially the world's oldest known intact shipwreck. The researchers were stunned to find the merchant vessel closely resembled in design a ship that decorated ancient Greek wine vases. The rudder, rowing benches and even the contents of its hold remain intact. "It's like another world," Helen Farr from the expedition told the BBC. "It's when the ROV [remote operated vehicle] drops down through the water column and you see this ship appear in the light at the bottom so perfectly preserved it feels like you step back in time." The reason the trading vessel, dating back to around 400 BC, has remained in such good condition for so long is that the water is anoxic, or free of oxygen. Lying more than 2,000m below the surface, it is also beyond the reach of modern divers. "It's preserved, it's safe," she added. "It's not deteriorating and it's unlikely to attract hunters." The vessel was one of many tracking between the Mediterranean and Greek colonies on the Black Sea coast. It was discovered more than 80km off the Bulgarian city of Burgas. The team used two underwater robotic explorers to map out a 3-D image of the ship and they took a sample to carbon-date its age. The vessel is similar in style to that depicted by the so-called Siren Painter on the Siren Vase in the British Museum. Dating back to around 480 BC, the vase shows Odysseus strapped to the mast as his ship sails past three mythical sea nymphs whose tune was thought to drive sailors to their deaths. As yet the ship's cargo remains unknown and the team say they need more funding if they are to return to the site. "Normally we find amphorae (wine vases) and can guess where it's come from, but with this it's still in the hold," said Dr Farr. "As archaeologists we're interested in what it can tell us about technology, trade and movements in the area." Over the course of three years the academic expedition found 67 wrecks including Roman trading ships and a 17th Century Cossack trading fleet. - All playlist: + Fustration in remote areas waiting for aid: https://youtu.be/n4MELVE4Sx0 + Travel Guide Ireland 2018: https://youtu.be/aLzZ_Pa5Gh4 + Viet Nam travel guide 2018: https://youtu.be/hL5pNezSU50 + Belgium travel guide 2018: https://tinyurl.com/y999guc6 + London travel guide 2018: https://tinyurl.com/ybve8qt4 + Laos travel guide 2018: https://youtu.be/ea6-VCd7LKg + Travel diary: 7 days in Venezuela: https://tinyurl.com/y6v4kxka - Stay connected with us here: + Blogger: + G+: https://tinyurl.com/3r4gm9x + Twitter: https://twitter.com/ - Follow us: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-45951132 #ShipwreckfoundinBlackSeaisworld'soldestintact
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