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Encyclopedia > Sergei Nikitin
Cover of CD With Music of Vivaldy by Tatyana Nikitina and Sergey Nikitin
Cover of CD With Music of Vivaldy by Tatyana Nikitina and Sergey Nikitin

Sergey Yakovlevich Nikitin (Russian: Сергей Яковлевич Никитин, born March 8, 1944) is a prominent Russian bard, composer and a biophysicist. He usually performers together with his wife, Tatyana Nikitina and tours over Russia, former Soviet republics, and other countries with significant population of Russian-speaking emigrants. Image File history File links TandS_Nikitins_Vivaldy. ... Cover of CD With Music of Vivaldy by Tatyana Nikitina and Sergey Nikitin Tatyana Khashimovna Nikitina (Russian: , born December 31, 1945) is a prominent Russian bard, physicist and politician. ... March 8 poster from Portugal March 8 is the 67th day of the year in the Gregorian Calendar (68th in Leap years). ... 1944 (MCMXLIV) was a leap year starting on Saturday (link will take you to calendar). ... The term bard came to use in the Soviet Union in the early 1960s (and continues to be used in Russia today) for popular poets and singers who wrote songs outside the Soviet establishment. ... Biophysics (also biological physics) is an interdisciplinary science that applies theories and methods of the physical sciences to questions of biology. ... Cover of CD With Music of Vivaldy by Tatyana Nikitina and Sergey Nikitin Tatyana Khashimovna Nikitina (Russian: , born December 31, 1945) is a prominent Russian bard, physicist and politician. ...


The couple is especially welcome as one of the very few Russian composers and singers of songs for children.


Biography

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Works

  • CDs
    • With Music of Vivaldi("Под музыку Вивальди"), 1994
    • Sergei Nikitin (selected songs), 1994
    • A Big Secret for a Small Company ("Большой секрет для маленькой компании"), 1995
    • Yesterday the Crocodile smiled 1995
    • Breech-Mullah ("Брич-Мулла" , Sergey Nikitin's songs on verses of Dmitry Sukharev), 1996
    • Sentries of Love("Часовые любви", Nikitins sings Bulat Okudzhava's songs)
    • We don't choose times, 1998
    • The Girl and the plasticine 1998
    • Something happens with me (Sergey Nikitin's songs on verses of Yevgeny Yevtushenko), 1999
    • Retro for Two of Us (Sergei Nikitin, Pyotr Todorvsky)
    • Black and White Cinema, 2002
    • Winter Holiday, 2002

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  • Audio-tracks to films:
  • Music for the theater
    • For production of Vladimir Smekhov Ali Baba and 40 songs of Persian Bazaar
    • For production Nord-Ost
    • Opera Violin of Rotchshild (by the story of Anton Chekhov)
    • and many others

Aleksey Batalov as a plumber Gosha Москва Слезам Не Верит (Moscow Does Not Believe In Tears, Moskva slezam ne verit) is a 1979 Soviet film made by Mosfilm. ... Irony of Fate (original title: Ирония судьбы, или С лёгким паром!, in transcription: Ironiya Sudby ili s Lekhkim Parom ) is a Soviet comedy-drama directed by Eldar Ryazanov based on the script by Emil Braginsky and Ryazanov filmed in 1975. ... Nord-Ost (Russian: Норд-Ост, means North-East in German) is a Russian musical theater production based on the novel Two Captains by Veniamin Aleksandrovich Kaverin. ... This article does not cite its references or sources. ... Anton Pavlovich Chekhov. ...

External links


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Sergey Nikitin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (317 words)
Sergey Yakovlevich Nikitin (Russian: Сергей Яковлевич Никитин, born March 8, 1944) is a prominent Russian bard, composer and a biophysicist.
1963-1968 -He was a member of a male quartet: Nikitin, Sergei Smirnov, Boris Geller, Aleksei Monakhov, later Vadim Khait
1968-1977 - member of a Quintet Sergey and Tatiana Nikitin, Carmen Santacreu, Vladimir Ulin and Nikolai Turkin
WISE NC; RUSSIA: NIKITIN ACQUITTED OF ALL CHARGES, BUT CASE NOT OVER (540 words)
Nikitin was arrested and charged with espionage by the FSB (the successor to the KGB) for his participation in the Bellona report, "The Russian Northern Fleet: Sources of Radioactive Contamination".
Nikitin's research documents the dumping of nuclear waste from 1965 to 1989, as well as accidents on Soviet nuclear submarines.
Nikitin has maintained that all information he contributed to the report was publicly available.
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