Reinhold Gliere – Composer – Russian Sailor’s Dance (“Yablochko”) from the ballet, “The Red Poppy” () – Music Sales Classical. transcribed by Janette Fishell A duet for two performers on one organ. This is the most famous dance from the Russian ballet Krasny mak (The Red Poppy). In a new arrangement for mature string groups, Gliere’s energetic dance movement again shows why it has become an icon of light classical programming for.

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Jeh, jablochko, Na tarelochke. Ko mne v rot popadesh’ Ne vorotish’sja. The Kolchak’s regime Has fallen apart.

Insert image from URL Tip: The ballet takes place at a seaport in s-era Kuomintang China. The focus of this text is to give background information about the piece and its harmonic and melodic structure, not provide a complete cultural and historical account of the piece. Scene from The Red Poppya drawing on a Soviet postage stamp.

Ships carrying sailors from many lands, including the Soviet Union, are docked in a Chinese seaport. Page Tools Insert links Insert links to other pages or uploaded files. No images or files uploaded yet. Webarchive template wayback links Articles containing Russian-language text Commons category link from Wikidata.

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Nestor Makhno will get back You are in big trouble! Little apple is rolling. Insert a link to a new page. Already have an account? These articulations make this piece clearly Russian. It provides basic historical information, but not enough to really capture the Russian “Flavor” needed to give a historically and stylistically accurate representation of this piece.


The One and Only: Butler University Department of Dance. This song is also a traditional Russian naval song, and is part of the Russian naval culture.

Also ina new production choreographed by Vladimir Vasiliev who also did scenario editing and scenerywith costumes by Maria Vol’skaya, and music director and conducting by Anatoly Chepurnoy, was performed on 23 November at the Krasnoyarsk Ballet and Opera Theater. Budem rybu kormit’ Dobrovol’cami! It was first performed russain 24 November in the Bolshoi Theatre.

Retrieved from ” https: How does this information fit with the information presented in Teaching Music Through Performance in Orchestra? I am tired of Kolchak, I want Lenin instead. The orchestra was led by Yuri Fayer. Little Apple, Where are you going to? Wikimedia Commons has media related to The Red Poppy. Oh little apple, Green on the side. This song serves as a preservation tool of Russia before the revolution, and is a well know, defined part of Russian culture today.

Typically there is a lot of improvisation in the original theme of the song, and it turns into a virtuosic set of variations. There have been four main versions of The Red Poppy. Pre-Revolutionary Russian Songs – Yablochko.


This piece comes from Gliere’s ballet, The Red Poppy, written in I am tired of my wife Sailore will go to young girl.

Taohua notices the Soviet Captain trying to rescue the poor Coolies from the Harbormaster. Insert image from URL. You’ll get into my mouth and never come back. Ne hodi za mnoj, burzhuj, Ja vsja krasnaja.

Russian Sailor’s Dance

The first act of the ballet closes with the Russian Sailor’s Dance, which is a transcription, and set of variations of the Russian folksong Yablochko, mentioned earlier which has been adapted for a full sailots. How is the song taught traditionally?

By adapting a familiar folksong that praises the Bolsheviks and the impending Russian Revolution, he shows pride in his country and culture. To turn text into a link, highlight the text, then click on a page or file from the list above.

It also has an easy four beat pattern to dance to, that gets faster overall. Show 0 new item s.

The first performance was on 14 June in the Bolshoi Theatre which at the time under Soviet rule had been renamed “1st People’s State Theatre for Opera and Ballet”.