Larisa Novoseltseva

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Larisa Novoseltseva (Roushie: Лариса Новосельцева) is a Roushie sangster-sangwriter, componer, performer o Roushie an Ukrainian fowk sangs an romances, an creautor o project Return of the Silver Age. She is author o muisic an performer o sangs an ballads on poems bi mony Roushie poets o the Siller Age, sic as Osip Mandelstam,[1][2] Nikolay Gumilev,[3] Boris Pasternak,[4]Marina Tsvetaeva, Maksimilian Voloshin, Konstantin Balmont,[5] Alexander Vertinsky[6] an mony ithers, includin Bella Akhmadulina who, accordin tae Novoseltseva, can be viewed as the last poet o Siller Age based on her poetic leid an style.[7][8] Novoseltseva creatit mair nor 300 sangs an publisht maire than 20 muisic albums.

Novoseltseva considers muisic "the missin dimension o poetry".[9] As a pairt o her nan-commercial educational project "Return o Siller Age", she wrote mair nor 200 sangs an ballads an publisht 18 muisic albums, creatit 50 solo concerts, organisit club "Koktebel" that runs regular meetins tae discuss Roushie poetry,[10] an made mair nor 150 appearances at events an gatherigs in libraries, museums, airt hooses an clubs.[11][12] Statit goal o the project is educatin public aboot Roushie poetry o the Siller Age, efter a 70-year ban or neglect durin the Soviet period, an impruivin iveryday Roushie leid uisin poetry.[1][13]

She is marriet an haes three dochters.

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  1. a b Romance to memory of Osip Mandelshtam, interview with Larisa Novoseltseva at RFE/RL by Marina Timasheva
  2. Fragment of presentation by Larisa Novoseltva published by her on YouTube: poem Petrograd, I do not want to die about Great Terror by Osip Mandelstam and song on poem Ballad about Black Raven by Alexander Brailovskiy ("Black Ravens" is a colloquial name for black vans of NKVD that circled around the city to pick up their victims during the Terror)
  3. Giraffe, poem by Nikolay Gumilev, music and song by Larisa Novoseltseva, with English translation
  4. Autumn, poem by Boris Pasternak about his love to Olga Ivinskaya
  5. Wordlessness, a poem by Konstantin Balmont, music and song by Larisa Novoseltseva
  6. Songs of Alexander Vertinsky, performed by Larisa Novoseltseva
  7. Interview with Larisa Novoseltseva on Russian TV
  8. Larisa Novoseltseva at Synthesis of Poetry and Music website, dedicatit tae Roushie Romance
  9. Interview with Larisa Novoseltseva at Echo of Moscow with Boris Alekseev
  10. Club Koktebel in Library of Maksimilian Voloshin, LaRomance website
  11. Project "Return of the Silver Age" Archived 2013-09-15 at the Wayback Machine, Human rights in Russia, internet newspaper
  12. Performance by Larisa Novoseltseva, "Kitezh. Poems to Russia", Sakharov Center
  13. Return. Silver Age. Archived 2013-04-17 at, LaRomance website

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