Sadko

Sadko (Садко) is a character of Russian medieval epic Bylina. He was an adventurer, merchant and gusli musician from Novgorod. ==Synopsis== Sadko played the gusli on the shores of a lake. The Sea Tsar enjoyed his music, and offered to help him. Sadko was instructed to make a bet with the local merchants about catching a certain fish in the la...
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Sadko

(from the article `Arctic`) ...Zemlya. It gave a further stimulus to developing the sea route, and icebreaker operations to study sea and ice became annual. Particularly worth ...
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Sadko

(from the article `rhythm`) ...usually fall into groups of 3 + 2, as in `Mars` from Gustav Holst`s suite The Planets and in the second movement of Tchaikovsky`s Sixth Symphony. ...
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Sadko

[musical tableau] Sadko, Op. 5, is a `musical tableau` by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, written in 1867 and revised in 1869 and 1892. It is sometimes called the first symphonic poem written in Russia. It was first performed in 1867 at a concert of the Russian Musical Society (RMS), conducted by Mily Balakirev. Rimsky-Korsakov later wrote a music...
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Sadko

Sadko is a cultivated variety of potato.
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