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Kabalevsky operas

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Neil McGowan
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« on: March 23, 2013, 02:17:11 pm »

Some time ago one of the members would like to have the original name following the transliterated one. In the earlier days it was not easy to created cyrillic signs on our western keyboards. But nowadays it is very easy to 'copy and paste' from YT or from elsewhere.
May be we follow that example?

Although I would not insist on members having to do that here (!), it's worth being able to do this (cut/pasting from Wikipedia, for example).

If you enter the original cyrillic into a Google Search, it will often add new items to the results, from web pages created by Russian-speaking enthusiasts.  It may mean more to wade through, but often you can find music files, or notation files, which an ordinary latin-alphabet search might miss?  Smiley

Although there are Russian-dedicated search engines like Yandex,  Google now indexes Russian pages so comprehensively that you hardly need bother Smiley

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