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Anthem of the Lithuanian SSR - 02:33 (597Kb)
Music: Balys Dvarionas & Jonas Svedas Lyrics: Antanas Venclova 1950г.
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It's fine to heard Soviet Lithuania antem
Author: Monster  9.05.04 14:40  Notify moderator
Hi,
I am from Lithuania.
I am very glad to found your interent site. Soviet time it was not ideal, but it was better than nowdays without any doubt. This site takes me hope, that the better life is possible.
I believe, that ideas of communism will come back with new power after about 30-40 years. K. Marx said, that capitalism must develop the Worrl and prepared it to socialism and communism. So, globalization allows for capitalism to do it. I am 23 years old now. I have hope to wait this time.
So, some issues for your page.
It's sorry, that there are no lithuanian soviet songs, except national anthem. Lithaunia is not "country of songs", but there are some very good songs. For example " Boys needs a sky", the song for pilots. This song was criticised as song of occupants about 10 years ago, but no it is very popular again, even in capitalist time.
Why there are so much songs about Stalin in this site? Stalin was a tiron, of course. But he was fallen down in 1956.
Excuse me for bad English

Monster



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Author: Velitel  23.06.05 11:32  Notify moderator
Tarybine Lietuva liaudis sukure,
Uz laisve ir tiesa kovojus ilgai.
Kur Vilnius, kur Nemunas, Baltijos jura,
Ten klesti mus miestai, derlingi laukai.

Tarybu Sajungoj slovingoj,
Tarp lygiu lygi ir laisva,
Gyvuok per amzius, buk laiminga,
Brangi Tarybu Lietuva!

I laisve mums Leninas nusviete kelia,
Padejo kovoj didi rusu tauta.
Mus Partija veda j laime ir galia,
Tautu mus draugyste kaip plienas tvirta.

Tarybu Sajungoj slovingoj,
Tarp lygiu lygi ir laisva,
Gyvuok per amzius, buk laiminga,
Brangi Tarybu Lietuva!

Tevyne galinga, nibijam pavoiju,
Tibuna padange taiki ir tyra.
Mes darbu sukursim didinga rytoju,
Ir zeme nusvies komunizmo ausra.

Tarybu Sajungoj slovingoj,
Tarp lygiu lygi ir laisva,
Gyvuok per amzius, buk laiminga,
Brangi Tarybu Lietuva!


Lituano
Author: stanley  27.03.06 00:02  Notify moderator
Scusate, che vi scrivo in italiano. Questi canti mi ricordano il tempo quando da bambino li cantavo a scuola. Per esempio in quest'inno della Lituania sovietica esiste un paio delle desinformazioni:
1. Lenin non e' stato a Vilnius, ma solamente l'ha attraversata nel 1905. Non aveva scritto neanche qualche lettera per il proletariato della LItuania. Penso, che la Lituania come tale non gli esisteva. La sua "scienza" e un genere della quasi-religione.

2. "Padejo kovoj didi rusu tauta": non si sa in che cosa ci avete aiutati. Dopo il 1940 la Lituania e' stata occupata per ben tre volte: la prima sovietica occupazione negli anni 1940-1941, l'occupazione nazista nei 1941-1944 e la seconda occupazione sovietica 1944-1991. In tutto questo si debba tener riguardo alla resistenza militare lituana contro i sovietici negli anni 1944-1957 e tuuti quelli, che sono stati spediti nella Siberia (si tratta piu' meno 300.000 abitanti). Dunque si puo' interrogare: in che cosa ci hanno aiutati i Russi?

3. Penso, che l'idea marxista e' un male, che ha avvelenato l'umanita'. Qua, in LItuania, lo ricordano solo i vecchi, ma la gioventu', quale no l'ha visto, non puo' dire neanche una parola di Lenin, ne' del communismo. Per fortuna...



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