Art and Faith

Wednesday, 12 March 2008

In the Altar at the Presanctified Liturgy. 12 March 2008

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Thank you to Sasha Ressetar for this beautiful photograph taken during the Liturgy of the Presanctified Gifts. This is what Lent is all about. Keep focused, my dear friends, and we shall be celebrating the joy of Easter before long.

The Cossacks are ready to ride…

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Sasha Ressetar sent me some nice Cossack images earlier. Thank you! It allows me to post without straining myself overly much (yes, I am improving… it is taking time, though).
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A patriotic postcard form the World War I era.
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A French view of their Russian allies.

Homage to the Serbian People! ¡Homenaje a la Gente Servia! Music by Enrique Granados

Filed under: art music,contemporary,early modern,historical,Orthodox,Serbia — 01varvara @ 00.00

This is my tribute to the brave people of Serbia. For the proper mood, I chose a pensive piece by Enrique Granados, played by Celedonio and Angel Romero (father and son, both maestros of the classical guitar). There are NO pictures of the “riot” at the US embassy, as it involved only some 300 people out of the over 150,000 gathered for the rally and the following molieben. The Western news media lied to the people of the West by their obsession with this minor episode. Americans should be ashamed for focusing on this unrepresentative incident. Serbians wish to be their friends, but they shall NEVER grovel before Bush and his neocon allies.

This video has a Spanish title because Spain has not recognised the UCK criminals in Kosovo. ¡Bravo, España!

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