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Belarusian Music

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« Reply #45 on: August 18, 2016, 12:06:49 pm »

That's an impressive bit of posting! Many thanks!

Not at all.  Do let us know what you think of the music.  Personally I find some of it a bit too folk-ish.  For example the Aladau overture.  But I posted them up anyway as others might like. 

I am still on the hunt for my "Holy Grail" as far as Belarusian classical music is concerned - recordings of many of Vasil Zolotarev's symphonic works which were allegedly made in the Soviet era, and a box set of Yauhen Tsikotski's music (or Evgeny Tikotsky) which reportedly includes much of his symphonic output.  If anyone has any knowledge of these, please share!
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