2016年12月26日月曜日

アレクサンドロフ・アンサンブル











Alexandrov Ensemble is an official army choir of the Russian armed forces. Founded during the Soviet era, the ensemble consists of a male choir, an orchestra, and a dance ensemble.
Alexandrov Ensemble, along with the MVD Ensemble, are the only groups with the right to claim the title "Red Army Choir".[1]
The Alexandrov Ensemble has entertained audiences both in Russia and throughout the world, performing a range of music including folk tunes, hymns, operatic arias, and popular music. The group's repertoire has included The Volga Boatmen's Song, Katyusha, Kalinka, and Ave Maria.
The ensemble is named for its first director, Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov (1883-1946). Its formal name since 1998 is Academic Ensemble of Song and Dance of the Russian Army named after A. V. Alexandrov (Russian: Академический ансамбль песни и пляски Российской Армии имени А. В. Александрова, Akademichesky ensemble pesni i plyaski Rossiyskoy Armii imeni A. V. Alexandrova),[2] shortened to Academic Ensemble (Russian: Академический ансамбль, Akademichesky ensemble)[2] on second reference.

On 25 December 2016, 64 members of the ensemble were killed when the Russian military plane on which they were traveling to perform for troops, crashed into the Black Sea.


Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov (Russian: Александр Васильевич Александров, Aleksandr Vasilevich Aleksandrov) (13 April [O.S. 1 April] 1883 – 8 July 1946) was a Russian Soviet composer, the founder of the Alexandrov Ensemble, who wrote the music for the national anthem of the Soviet Union, which, in 2000, became the anthem of Russia (with new lyrics). During his career, he also worked as a professor of the Moscow State Conservatory, and became a Doctor of Arts. His work was recognized by the awards of the title of People's Artist of the USSR and the Stalin Prize.[1]

Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov, known as Sacha, was born on 13 April in Plakhino, a village in Ryazan Governorate south-east of Moscow. As a boy his singing was so impressive that he travelled to Saint Petersburg to become a chorister in Kazan Cathedral. A pupil of Medtner, he studied composition at Saint Petersburg and in Moscow, where he eventually became professor of music in 1918.
Alexandrov founded the Alexandrov Ensemble, and spent many years as its director, in which role he first gained favor with Joseph Stalin, the country's ruler during the last two decades of Alexandrov's life. His choir participated successfully in the Universal Exposition of 1937 in Paris, and in 1942, Stalin commissioned him and lyrist Sergey Mikhalkov to create a new Soviet national anthem, which was officially adopted on 1 January 1944. It was very popular, and was used by the Soviet Union until the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991. It later became the National Anthem of Russia in December 2000, with Mikhalkov writing the new lyrics.
He also composed the famous song The Sacred War, and the official march of the Soviet and now Russian Armed Forces, the Song of the Soviet Army.

He died on 8 July 1946, while on tour in Berlin; some records say he was returning from Germany.[2]



Before he died in 1946, Alexander Alexandrov made it clear to his son Boris that the choir was central to the Alexandrov Ensemble, and that without the choir there would be no Ensemble.[7] There are several possible reasons for this:
  • It represents the army and the people: from the start, the choir has represented not only the Red Army but also, in the early days, the Soviet Union's socialist ethos. To the audience – when the choir is 80-strong – it can sound like the voice of the masses.[8] So the orchestra, soloists and dance troupe alone could not be seen to be representative in the same way.
  • It allows a full range of genres in performance: in the Soviet era, the Alexandrov Ensemble represented the Soviet Union's musical culture at home and abroad. Alexander Alexandrov had to compose and arrange songs in a variety of musical styles, from folk song and popular music to opera and oratorio.[9] Popular music in his day (1920s–1940s) could involve a choir, but opera and oratorio need a choir or chorus, if the full range of composition, arrangement and performance is to be allowed.
  • It showcases the singing stars: in the Ensemble, the soloist singers are the stars who are named on recordings, as they are the only personnel to be given solos for the length of a song or act. However, without the Alexandrovs' showmanship via choral arrangement to provide a framework and showcase for these soloists, there would be no stars. A fine example of this would be the choral arrangement which complements Stanislav Frolov singing Song of the Dnieper (Russian: Песня о Днепре).[10]


プロトコルXの一環として、ロシアでは日本からのテロ資金で生まれたソ連の流れを受け継いでる人脈はパージ対象ってことでしょうな。そして日本でも・・・(爆wwwwwwww

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匿名 さんのコメント...

Japanese Money and the Russian Revolution, 1904-1905
DB PAVLOV 著 - ‎1993

匿名 さんのコメント...

やはり真実に生きるということができる社会をみんなで作っていきたいものだと改めて思いました。

みな さんのコメント...

「真珠湾」通告遅れは意図的か 対米開戦に新説 九大教授が米記録発見
西日本新聞はこれがどういう結論になるか
わかってて記事書いてるんでしょうかね。

日本を負け戦に導いたA級戦犯、朴茂德
東郷茂徳こと朴茂德
元ワシントンポスト記者で痴漢で逮捕された東郷茂彦

匿名 さんのコメント...

真珠湾攻撃に新説 「訂正」打電遅れ、陸軍が指示? 大使館は清書できず
>http://www.nishinippon.co.jp/nnp/national/article/297937
 裁判後、怠慢説を広げる中心となったのは、開戦時の外務省アメリカ局第1課長だった加瀬俊一氏と大使館海軍武官補佐官の実松譲氏だ。著書やインタビューで「6日夜、大使館員は送別会で出払い、誰も電報に気付かなかった」「翌日は午前9時半に近いというのに、本国からの大量の電報は郵便受けに放置されたままだった」と繰り返した。

 だが、大使館の電信官は7日未明まで待機し、電報は手渡しで受け取ることになっていた。2人の証言が事実と異なることが今では解明されている。

 そもそも、2通の「訂正電報」は1942年の外務省の火事や45年の空襲で焼失したとされ、長らく存在さえ知られていなかった。

 こうした事実や状況から、三輪教授は「通告の遅れは、大使館の事務作業の遅れが原因だということにしようという意図が働いていた」とみている。

 その理由をこう結論付ける。「開戦の意図を米軍に察知されたくなかった陸軍や、A級戦犯だった東郷外相に重い罪を科されないようにするため、大使館の責任にする必要があった。そのために、発信時刻が判明する訂正電報を焼却したと考えるのが合理的だ」

匿名 さんのコメント...

ウィッツ青山高の新運営主体、鹿児島の神村学園に
http://www.nikkei.com/article/DGXLASDG26H2O_W6A221C1CC0000/

 ウィッツ青山学園高校(三重県伊賀市)の広域通信制で不適切な指導があった
問題を受け、同市の岡本栄市長は26日、学校の運営主体を株式会社ウィッツから
学校法人神村学園(鹿児島県いちき串木野市)に変更すると明らかにした。

神村学園
https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E5%AD%A6%E6%A0%A1%E6%B3%95%E4%BA%BA%E7%A5%9E%E6%9D%91%E5%AD%A6%E5%9C%92#.E4.B8.8D.E7.A5.A5.E4.BA.8B

匿名 さんのコメント...

仕手集団元代表、加藤被告が死亡 金商法違反事件で公判中
http://www.nikkei.com/article/DGXLZO11073180W6A221C1CC0000/

加藤暠@誠備グループ 逮捕
http://tokumei10.blogspot.com/2015/11/blog-post_61.html