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REVIEW (CD): S. Rachmaninoff - Symphony no. 2 / Ivan Fischer; Budapest Festival Orchestra (2004)

Starting off my virgin album review with a familiar work, Rachmaninoff’s second symphony. This work means especially much to myself as it was on the programme of the second symphonic concert I ever attended, back in my early teens. 687 more words
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The Tattoos Of Sergei Polunin "A Body Of Art" His tattoos and the reasons behind them.

The Tattoos Of Sergei Polunin “A Body Of Art” His tattoos and the reasons behind them. iMovie made. Interview, still pic, and video footage about Ukrainian ballet dancer Sergei Polunin and his tattoos. 55 more words

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Sergei Vladimirovich Polunin

Sergei Vladimirovich Polunin, born November 20, 1989 in Kherson, Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic to Vladimir Polunin and Galina Polunina.

Born into absolute poverty, his family moved heaven and earth to support his obvious innate talent.   286 more words

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Sergei Polunin Promotes Peace, Love, and Acceptance in The New Diesel Ad Campaign "Higher Love"

This is a film by David LaChapelle.  It was created for Diesel’s latest advertising campaign.  It features the phenomenal Ukrainian ballet star, Sergei Polunin.  He reached internet superstar status previously when his performance in Hozier’s “Take Me To Church” video went viral with over 18 million hits. 55 more words

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"Bad Boy Of Ballet" Sergei Polunin

First of all, this is a reblog from a blog called “Dead Shoes and Diadems” written by Erika Pugh.  It says everything I would have said anyway.

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O GATO ALFARRABISTA FAZ HOJE ANOS

DIÁLOGO ENTRE O PAI NATAL E O SEU FIEL AJUDANTE

— Olha lá, onde é que puseste a prenda para o Magalhães?

— Prenda?! Qual prenda?!… Chefe, não sei se se lembra, mas o Natal já passou… 103 more words

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How Kourdakov Got Involved with the KGB

English essay # 5

For my English I have been reading The Persecuter, the autobiography of Sergei Kourdakov who grew up in the Soviet Union and latter escaped to North America to get away form Communism. 478 more words

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