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Associate Professor

University of Missouri , Kansas City


Associate Professor

The Conservatory of Music


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Byzantine Icons :: A Guide to Byzantine Icons on the Internet - from Constantinople to Macedonia to Russia, and around the world.

www.iconsexplained.com [cached]

By Olga Dolskaya, Associate Professor at the Conservatory of Music, University of Missouri, Kansas City.


Russian Inok

www.russian-inok.org [cached]

Olga Dolskaya
Note: The article above, edited by Holy Trinity Monastery, is the first installment in a series of extracts from the original book, Russian Liturgical Choral Aesthetics: Its Past in Tradition and Present in Ruins, by Olga Dolskaya, Associate Professor at the Conservatory of Music, University of Missouri, Kansas City. The extracts published here contain the main historical section of the original book and only some important excerpts from the analysis and interpretation of specific Liturgical compositions. The full version of the book, including cassette tapes, may be ordered from: Olga Dolskaya- The Conservatory of Music- University of Missouri-Kansas Ciry, 4949 Cherry St., Kansas City, MO 64110-2499 or by e-mail at AckerlyO@umkc.edu


Russian Inok

www.russian-inok.org [cached]

Olga Dolskaya
(Continued from "Russian Inok", July 2004) Note: The article above, edited by Holy Trinity Monastery, is one installment in a series of extracts from the original book, Russian Liturgical Choral Aesthetics: Its Past in Tradition and Present in Ruins, by Olga Dolskaya, Associate Professor at the Conservatory of Music, University of Missouri, Kansas City. The extracts published here contain the main historical section of the original book and only some important excerpts from the analysis and interpretation of specific Liturgical compositions. The full version of the book, including cassette tapes, may be ordered from: Olga Dolskaya The Conservatory of Music University of Missouri Kansas City, 4949 Cherry St., Kansas City, MO 64110-2499 or by e-mail at AckerlyO@umkc.edu


Russian Inok

www.russian-inok.org [cached]

Olga Dolskaya
(Continued from "Russian Inok", June 2004) Note: The article above, edited by Holy Trinity Monastery, is one installment in a series of extracts from the original book, Russian Liturgical Choral Aesthetics: Its Past in Tradition and Present in Ruins, by Olga Dolskaya, Associate Professor at the Conservatory of Music, University of Missouri, Kansas City. The extracts published here contain the main historical section of the original book and only some important excerpts from the analysis and interpretation of specific Liturgical compositions. The full version of the book, including cassette tapes, may be ordered from: Olga Dolskaya The Conservatory of Music University of Missouri Kansas City, 4949 Cherry St., Kansas City, MO 64110-2499 or by e-mail at AckerlyO@umkc.edu


Russian Inok

www.russian-inok.org [cached]

Olga Dolskaya
(Continued from "Russian Inok", May 2004) Note: The article above, edited by Holy Trinity Monastery, is one installment in a series of extracts from the original book, Russian Liturgical Choral Aesthetics: Its Past in Tradition and Present in Ruins, by Olga Dolskaya, Associate Professor at the Conservatory of Music, University of Missouri, Kansas City. The extracts published here contain the main historical section of the original book and only some important excerpts from the analysis and interpretation of specific Liturgical compositions. The full version of the book, including cassette tapes, may be ordered from: Olga Dolskaya The Conservatory of Music University of Missouri Kansas City, 4949 Cherry St., Kansas City, MO 64110-2499 or by e-mail at AckerlyO@umkc.edu


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