• Boris Pasternak Documentary

    published: 26 May 2014
  • Why 'Doctor Zhivago' was dangerous

    When Boris Pasternak finished his novel "Dr. Zhivago" in 1956, Soviet authorities refused to publish the tale of an individual's struggle amid the Russian Revolution. A new book, "The Zhivago Affair," tells the story of how Pasternak's novel came to be published and smuggled back into the Soviet Union — with help from the CIA. Jeffrey Brown talks to co-author Peter Finn. Read the story here: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/doctor-zhivago-dangerous/ Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/139JZdo Watch more PBS NewsHour videos at: http://to.pbs.org/1e3qlFJ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/newshour Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pbs.newshour Google+: https://plus.google.com/+PBSNewsHour

    published: 09 Jul 2014
  • Boris Pasternak ‒ Piano Sonata in B Minor

    Boris Pasternak (1890 - 1960), Piano Sonata in B Minor (1909) Performed by Hiroaki Takenouchi It may be quite a surprise to learn that Boris Pasternak, the Symbolist poet, translator of Shakespeare and author of Dr Zhivago, who was forced by political pressure to refuse the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1958, was also a composer. However, he came from a musical family: his mother Roza was a concert pianist, a student of Rubinstein and Leschetizky, and his early impressions were of hearing piano trios in the home. The family had a dacha – country house – close to one occupied by Scriabin, and Rachmaninov, the poet Rilke and Tolstoy were all visitors to the family home. His father Leonid was a painter who produced one of the most important portraits of Scriabin, and Boris wrote many ye...

    published: 10 Mar 2016
  • Boris Pasternak s house. Дом поэта Бориса Пастернака в Переделкино.

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    published: 18 Apr 2009
  • Boris Pasternak : Night

    Read by Boris Pasternak Year of Recording : 1958

    published: 02 Oct 2014
  • Boris Pasternak, el Nobel rehabilitado

    La agencia soviética Tass anuncia la rehabilitación por la perestroika de Gorbachov del escritor ruso Boris Pasternak (1890-1960), premio Nobel de Literatura en 1958, por ‘Doctor Zhivago’ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Subscribe : https://goo.gl/ui5pjM Website : http://spanishnews247.cf ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Thanks For Watching Like - Share - Comment and Subscribe Channel

    published: 28 May 2017
  • Boris Pasternak ‒ Two Preludes

    Boris Pasternak (1890 - 1960), 2 Preludes (1906) Performed by Eldar Nebolsin 00:00 - No. 1 Prelude in E-flat Minor 01:32 - No. 2 Prelude in G-Sharp Minor It may be quite a surprise to learn that Boris Pasternak, the Symbolist poet, translator of Shakespeare and author of Dr Zhivago, who was forced by political pressure to refuse the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1958, was also a composer. However, he came from a musical family: his mother Roza was a concert pianist, a student of Rubinstein and Leschetizky, and his early impressions were of hearing piano trios in the home. The family had a dacha – country house – close to one occupied by Scriabin, and Rachmaninov, the poet Rilke and Tolstoy were all visitors to the family home. His father Leonid was a painter who produced one of the...

    published: 09 Mar 2016
  • Boris Pasternak

    Un film de Michel Andrieu - En savoir plus : http://www.zaradoc.com/documentaires/boris-pasternak/ Le plus souvent, on associe le nom de Boris Pasternak à celui du “Docteur Jivago” qui obtient le prix Nobel de littérature en 1957. Écrivain brusquement connu du monde entier, c’est un homme presque inconnu qui meurt trois ans plus tard. Qui est Boris Pasternak? Le film qui se sert de ses écrits comme d’une boussole pour traverser le siècle, nous fait découvrir l’oeuvre de ce grand poète et romancier russe. Le réalisateur a filmé la Russie éternelle avec ses rudes visages et ses paysages tourmentés par la neige. Il a filmé les lieux où a vécu Pasternak. Il a rencontré son fils Eugénia qui lui a ouvert ses archives et montré des milliers de photos. La musique russe de Tchaïkovsky et de Scria...

    published: 04 Dec 2014
  • The voice of Boris Pasternak

    The voice of Boris Pasternak (1890-1960) - reciting his poem "Parting".

    published: 05 Jul 2015
  • Boris Pasternak

    videolezione scolastica di Luigi Gaudio. File audio su http://www.gaudio.org/ . Altro materiale didattico su http://www.atuttascuola.it/ Altre videolezioni su http://www.29elode.it Newletter con aggiornamenti all'indirizzo http://www.gaudio.org/news

    published: 10 Aug 2016
  • Boris Pasternak - "The Waves"

    Adam Fitzgerald reciting a Pasternak poem.

    published: 10 Jan 2007
Boris Pasternak Documentary

Boris Pasternak Documentary

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  • Duration: 6:54
  • Updated: 26 May 2014
  • views: 6369
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Why 'Doctor Zhivago' was dangerous

Why 'Doctor Zhivago' was dangerous

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  • Duration: 6:34
  • Updated: 09 Jul 2014
  • views: 11263
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When Boris Pasternak finished his novel "Dr. Zhivago" in 1956, Soviet authorities refused to publish the tale of an individual's struggle amid the Russian Revolution. A new book, "The Zhivago Affair," tells the story of how Pasternak's novel came to be published and smuggled back into the Soviet Union — with help from the CIA. Jeffrey Brown talks to co-author Peter Finn. Read the story here: http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/doctor-zhivago-dangerous/ Subscribe on YouTube: http://bit.ly/139JZdo Watch more PBS NewsHour videos at: http://to.pbs.org/1e3qlFJ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/newshour Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pbs.newshour Google+: https://plus.google.com/+PBSNewsHour
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Boris Pasternak ‒ Piano Sonata in B Minor

Boris Pasternak ‒ Piano Sonata in B Minor

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  • Duration: 13:58
  • Updated: 10 Mar 2016
  • views: 7562
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Boris Pasternak (1890 - 1960), Piano Sonata in B Minor (1909) Performed by Hiroaki Takenouchi It may be quite a surprise to learn that Boris Pasternak, the Symbolist poet, translator of Shakespeare and author of Dr Zhivago, who was forced by political pressure to refuse the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1958, was also a composer. However, he came from a musical family: his mother Roza was a concert pianist, a student of Rubinstein and Leschetizky, and his early impressions were of hearing piano trios in the home. The family had a dacha – country house – close to one occupied by Scriabin, and Rachmaninov, the poet Rilke and Tolstoy were all visitors to the family home. His father Leonid was a painter who produced one of the most important portraits of Scriabin, and Boris wrote many years later of witnessing with great excitement the creation of Scriabin’s Symphony No.3, The Divine Poem, in 1903. Boris began to compose at the age of 13 – the high achievements of his mother discouraged him from becoming a pianist – and inspired by Scriabin, he entered the Moscow Conservatoire, only to leave abruptly in 1910 at the age of twenty to study philosophy in Marburg University. Four years later he returned to Moscow, having finally decided on a career in literature, publishing his first book of poems, influenced by Alexander Blok and the Russian Futurists, the same year. Pasternak’s Sonata of 1909 shows a considerable advance on the two obviously derivative earlier Preludes. It has a single movement, like the later Scriabin sonatas (Nos.5-10). Nominally in B minor, it moves freely from key to key with frequent changes of key-signature and achromatic, dissonant style which defies easy analysis. The opening has typically Russian bell-like effects in the deep bass, before the first main theme begins. The second theme, marked occulto, profundo, building to a triple-forte climax. From then on, it is probably best to experience the fourteen-minute piece more as a stream of consciousness like Schoenberg’s Erwartung rather than try to follow every twist and turn of its structure. For anyone who persists in following the technical side of the composition, a few more signposts may help: after the development, a short passage marked imperativo e fiero (urgent and ardent) leads to re-capitulations of the principal theme, and the occulto second theme, this time sotto voce. A final climax is followed by a short, quiet passage of chromatic chords and a cadence which just about succeeds in returning the movement to its home key.
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Boris Pasternak s house. Дом поэта  Бориса Пастернака в Переделкино.

Boris Pasternak s house. Дом поэта Бориса Пастернака в Переделкино.

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  • Duration: 6:55
  • Updated: 18 Apr 2009
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Boris Pasternak : Night

Boris Pasternak : Night

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  • Duration: 2:17
  • Updated: 02 Oct 2014
  • views: 472
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Read by Boris Pasternak Year of Recording : 1958
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Boris Pasternak, el Nobel rehabilitado

Boris Pasternak, el Nobel rehabilitado

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  • Duration: 7:30
  • Updated: 28 May 2017
  • views: 56
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La agencia soviética Tass anuncia la rehabilitación por la perestroika de Gorbachov del escritor ruso Boris Pasternak (1890-1960), premio Nobel de Literatura en 1958, por ‘Doctor Zhivago’ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Subscribe : https://goo.gl/ui5pjM Website : http://spanishnews247.cf ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Thanks For Watching Like - Share - Comment and Subscribe Channel
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Boris Pasternak ‒ Two Preludes

Boris Pasternak ‒ Two Preludes

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  • Duration: 6:03
  • Updated: 09 Mar 2016
  • views: 3964
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Boris Pasternak (1890 - 1960), 2 Preludes (1906) Performed by Eldar Nebolsin 00:00 - No. 1 Prelude in E-flat Minor 01:32 - No. 2 Prelude in G-Sharp Minor It may be quite a surprise to learn that Boris Pasternak, the Symbolist poet, translator of Shakespeare and author of Dr Zhivago, who was forced by political pressure to refuse the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1958, was also a composer. However, he came from a musical family: his mother Roza was a concert pianist, a student of Rubinstein and Leschetizky, and his early impressions were of hearing piano trios in the home. The family had a dacha – country house – close to one occupied by Scriabin, and Rachmaninov, the poet Rilke and Tolstoy were all visitors to the family home. His father Leonid was a painter who produced one of the most important portraits of Scriabin, and Boris wrote many years later of witnessing with great excitement the creation of Scriabin’s Symphony No.3, The Divine Poem, in 1903. Boris began to compose at the age of 13 – the high achievements of his mother discouraged him from becoming a pianist – and inspired by Scriabin, he entered the Moscow Conservatoire, only to leave abruptly in 1910 at the age of twenty to study philosophy in Marburg University. Four years later he returned to Moscow, having finally decided on a career in literature, publishing his first book of poems, influenced by Alexander Blok and the Russian Futurists, the same year. The two Preludes by the 16-year-old Pasternak show the clear influence of Scriabin. The first is in the “romantic” key of E flat minor, and the contours of its melody, and its forays into the major key, are all very Scriabinesque. The second is in G sharp minor, another typical key often used by Scriabin, and the cross-rhythms between the hands are another obvious echo of his mentor. It is on a larger scale than the first, and develops with increased speed and dynamics to a powerful climax, before dying away on a major-key ending, following the paradoxical marking con fierezza (with pride), yet another characteristic of a Scriabin score.
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Boris Pasternak

Boris Pasternak

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  • Duration: 1:49
  • Updated: 04 Dec 2014
  • views: 346
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Un film de Michel Andrieu - En savoir plus : http://www.zaradoc.com/documentaires/boris-pasternak/ Le plus souvent, on associe le nom de Boris Pasternak à celui du “Docteur Jivago” qui obtient le prix Nobel de littérature en 1957. Écrivain brusquement connu du monde entier, c’est un homme presque inconnu qui meurt trois ans plus tard. Qui est Boris Pasternak? Le film qui se sert de ses écrits comme d’une boussole pour traverser le siècle, nous fait découvrir l’oeuvre de ce grand poète et romancier russe. Le réalisateur a filmé la Russie éternelle avec ses rudes visages et ses paysages tourmentés par la neige. Il a filmé les lieux où a vécu Pasternak. Il a rencontré son fils Eugénia qui lui a ouvert ses archives et montré des milliers de photos. La musique russe de Tchaïkovsky et de Scriabine pour qui le jeune Pasternak eut une véritable passion entre en résonance avec ses vers, sa prose et contribue à donner vie au portrait de cet homme exceptionnel.
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The voice of Boris Pasternak

The voice of Boris Pasternak

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  • Duration: 2:03
  • Updated: 05 Jul 2015
  • views: 353
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The voice of Boris Pasternak (1890-1960) - reciting his poem "Parting".
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Boris Pasternak

Boris Pasternak

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  • Duration: 16:09
  • Updated: 10 Aug 2016
  • views: 77
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videolezione scolastica di Luigi Gaudio. File audio su http://www.gaudio.org/ . Altro materiale didattico su http://www.atuttascuola.it/ Altre videolezioni su http://www.29elode.it Newletter con aggiornamenti all'indirizzo http://www.gaudio.org/news
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Boris Pasternak - "The Waves"

Boris Pasternak - "The Waves"

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  • Duration: 1:12
  • Updated: 10 Jan 2007
  • views: 3715
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Adam Fitzgerald reciting a Pasternak poem.
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