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  1. Oct 28,  · "Cossack Cavalry Dance" - The Alexandrov Red Army Ensemble () - Duration: Leonid Kharitonov (Леонид Харитонов) 77, views. Top 10 funny performances Got Talent - Duration: Talent Replay Recommended for you.
  2. The 1st Cossack Cavalry Division (German: 1. Kosaken-Kavallerie-Division) was a Russian Cossack division of the German Army that served during World War was created on the Eastern Front mostly out of Don Cossacks already serving in the Wehrmacht, those who escaped from the advancing Red Army and Soviet , the division was transferred to the Branch: Army.
  3. Conducted by Viacheslav Korobko (Вячеслав Коробко) This Dance is Cossack's Cavalry Dance. Great Acrobatic and Sword perfomance.
  4. Cossack, Russian Kazak, (from Turkic kazak, “adventurer” or “free man”), member of a people dwelling in the northern hinterlands of the Black and Caspian seas. They had a tradition of independence and finally received privileges from the Russian government in return for military services. Originally (in the 15th century) the term referred to semi-independent Tatar groups, Missing: Cavalry Dance.
  5. "Soldier's dance" performed by the Alexandrov Song and Dance Ensemble of the Soviet Army. Moscow, Folk music of the Soviet Union the Soviet Army, Choru.
  6. The Cossacks, a group of predominantly East Slavic-speaking Orthodox Christian people, who became known as members of democratic, self-governing, semi-military communities, originating in the Pontic steppe (north of the Black Sea). They inhabited sparsely-populated areas and islands in the lower Dnieper, [date missing] Don, Terek and Ural river basins and played an .
  7. (Released January Tracks: O Canada, USSR National Anthem, Sailor Dance, Ukrainian Poem, Festive March, Palekh Box, Cossack Song, Do Russians Want War?, Mon Pays, Cossack Cavalry Dance.) Madacy: Alexandrov Red Army Chorus and Dance Ensemble 2, Live, ASIN: BQCEO (Released January
  8. Cossack society was ethnically diverse and some Cossacks may have had their origins as far away as Scotland. Maxym Kryvonis was a mercenary soldier from Scotland. Ivan Pidkova was from Moldavia. Jews also served in the ranks of the Cossacks, although the mechanism of their entry into the Cossack ranks is balmabaferjuzing.luttrolterpmaslaystepovusletseipratin.cog: Cavalry Dance.

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