Dienstag, 26. Januar 2016

Русская азбука в песнях - Russian ABC in songs


The third letter is В
- it looks like our "B", but it is "W" in Russian -


Now it will be difficult: the Russians don't know the letter C.
And: the Latin alphabet has 26 letters,  the Russian alphabet has 30 letters 
and two especially signs for hard or soft pronunciation. 
Beginning today, I will take always the letter, what is on the place of the Latin ABC.


W (в) is for валенки (walenki) - traditional felt boots

Here you can see pictures of them.

I've chosen the traditional song "Bаленки".
Sings the legendary Russian folksinger Lidija Ruslanova.

(She sang this song on April 2 in year1945, in front of the Reichstag in Berlin)



Posted for Mrs. Nesbitt's ABC Wednesday


PS: one visitor has corrected me:  there is a letter analogous to "C".
 That is "Ц" and it stand at the  end of alphabet. For me Russian is a foreign language, I know this letter, but I had not thought, that is analogue to our "C".

Kommentare:

  1. Eine schöne Melodie hat es schon obwohl ich kein Wort verstehe ;-)

    Wünsche dir einen schönen ABC-Tag / -Woche
    ♫ M e l o d y ♫ (abc-w-team)

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  2. Thanks for the glimpse of another language for me.

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  3. Enjoying the Russian music history!

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  4. Ваше сообщение было хорошая возможность пересмотреть русский язык для меня

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  5. Маша, возьми "Ц" за английскую С (на латыни ведь это читается как Ц). В русском алфавите 33 буквы, но на 3 из них нет слов - тут ты права. :)

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    1. Thank you for correcting (write in English, that the other visitors can read it), but I wrote the alphabet on paper and count always 32 letters, or is "ё" an separate letter?
      Sigh - maybe it was not a good idea to play with Russian letters, but I know so many songs, mostly more than one to all the letters...

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  6. This is a great service you are providing, albeit difficult.
    ROG, ABCW

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  7. I appreciate your work. To me it is DIFFICULT!

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