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  27 January at 18:00
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In the program: Songs of regions of Russia, in which A.S. Pushkin visited; fragments of folk dramas and rites, which are reflected in his works; musical performance & mdash; farcery & laquo; Paraskaz & raquo; V. Nikolaev based on the tales of A. S. Pushkin & laquo; The Tale of the Fisherman and the Fish & raquo; and “The Tale of the Priest and His Worker Balda.”

Pushkin’s work is immense. Ancestor of the modern Russian literary language, which obeyed all genres & mdash; from the epigram to the novel, at the same time, and truly people's poet. Not only because his poems are familiar to everyone since childhood, but also because many of Pushkin's writings are written under the influence of folk art. Everything served as a source of inspiration for the great poet & mdash; epics and fables, lyrical, wedding, military, historical, prison, dance and dance songs, tales and fortune telling. And, in turn, many of his poems, images and themes, once in the traditional environment, became rightly considered popular. From direct quotes, plot and genre parallels, impressions from the rituals seen and songs and fairy tales heard & mdash; prior to stylization of folklore texts & mdash; Here is Pushkin's palette of connections with folk art. The interest in his poetry continues to this day. Works by Alexander Sergeevich & mdash; always modern. And each new generation of composers opens Pushkin for himself and for the audience in a new way.

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