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Reinhold Gliere – Composer – Russian Sailor’s Dance (“Yablochko”) from the ballet, “The Red Poppy” () – Music Sales Classical. transcribed by Janette Fishell A duet for two performers on one organ. This is the most famous dance from the Russian ballet Krasny mak (The Red Poppy). In a new arrangement for mature string groups, Gliere’s energetic dance movement again shows why it has become an icon of light classical programming for.

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Issac New York, NY: Parohod plyvet – Voda kol’cami. Oh, Little apple, Pineapple kind. Page Tools Insert links Insert links to other pages or uploaded files. Little apple swilors rolling. To edit this page, request access to the workspace. The song has 8 verses, and is a pre-Russian revolution song.

According to anthologies of Russian Pre-Revolution songs, locals would make up their russixn verses to the tune, so it may have changed from city to city and village to village. The ballet’s th performance in Moscow occurred on 23 December The One and Only: Classical Archives – The Red Poppy. The ballet takes place at a seaport in s-era Kuomintang China. It talks about allying sance the Bolsheviks, supporting Vladimir Lenin, and embracing the communist regime.


This piece expresses the feelings of Russian pride and nationalism. The orchestra was led by Yuri Fayer. How does Russian Sailor’s Dance have meaning for people who live in Russia today? To join this workspace, request access. Ships carrying sailors from many lands, including the Soviet Union, are docked in a Chinese seaport.

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Butler University Department of Dance. The first act of the ballet closes with the Russian Sailor’s Dance, which is a transcription, and set of variations of the Russian folksong Yablochko, mentioned earlier which has been adapted for a full orchestra.

InVasily Tikhomirov salors Mikhail Kurilko staged an expanded version of the ballet.

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The Captain of the Soviet Ship notices a group of half-starved, overworked coolies being brutally driven to work even harder by their cruel harbormaster.

Reinhold Gliere

It was first performed on 24 November in the Bolshoi Theatre. How is dace song taught traditionally? This song serves as a preservation tool of Russia before the revolution, and is a well know, defined part of Russian culture today.


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The Red Poppy – Wikipedia

Budem rybu kormit’ Dobrovol’cami! The most important part is to emphasize all of the accents, sforzandi, and articulations.

I think that it provides a connection to Russia for those no longer live there, and the sound is so distinctly Russian, with the accents, and the heavy marcato that Gliere writes in this piece that it is instantly recognizable as being Russian.

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By adapting a familiar folksong that praises the Bolsheviks and the impending Russian Revolution, he shows pride in his country and culture.

Nadoela mne zhena, Pojdu k devochke. It is still sung, performed, and danced today.