It is Halloween time, so we decided to do a little overview of our favorite spooky characters from Russian operas. So keep reading if you are not too scared ... Demon (bass-baritone) from Rubinstein's "Demon". Demon is the fallen angel, cursed by God and by people, he is bored by everything and he hates the whole world. But suddenly he sees the beautiful Georgian Princess Tamara and immediately falls in love with her. She is preparing for her wedding, but Demon orchestrates t
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Many singers find Russian phonetics really confusing. Partially because of a great variety of approaches used by different authors. Some of them use IPA (which can be modern style or old style), others use transliteration, in some books you can even see Russian phonetics explained through Cyrillic letters, and many authors also introduce additional symbols of their own.
In the table below we have listed all symbols used just for Russian vowels in different sources. No wonde