songs

Songs about Kochubey:

songsMazeppa: Act I, Scene 1, Finale of Scene, "Kochubey, ya volyu gnevu dal naprasno..." by Grigory Bolshakov, Ivan Petrov, Nina Pokrovskaya, Vera Davydova Alexei Ivanov from the Album Tchaikovsky: Mazeppa

songsMazeppa: Act II, Scene 1, "Ochnis ot gorya, Kochubey!" by Ivan Petrov, Tikhon Tchernyakov, Vera Davydova Grigory Bolshakov from the Album Tchaikovsky: Mazeppa

songsMazeppa: Act II, Scene 1, Kochubey's Aria "V bylye dni..." by Ivan Petrov from the Album Tchaikovsky: Mazeppa

songsMazeppa: Act II, Scene 1, Kochubey's Aria & Finale of Act - "Blagodaryu, Andrei, tebya!..." by Ivan Petrov, Tikhon Tchernyakov, Vera Davydova Grigory Bolshakov from the Album Tchaikovsky: Mazeppa

songsMazeppa: Act II, Scene 1, Kochubey's Aria, "Chto smert? Davno zhelannyi son" by Ivan Petrov from the Album Tchaikovsky: Mazeppa

songsMazeppa: Act II, Scene 1, Kochubey's Arioso, "Tri klada" by Vsevolod Tyutyunnik Ivan Petrov from the Album Tchaikovsky: Mazeppa

songsMazeppa: Act II, Scene 1, Kochubey's Recitative, "Net, ne otshelnika svyatogo" by Vsevolod Tyutyunnik Ivan Petrov from the Album Tchaikovsky: Mazeppa

books

Books about Kochubey:

booksKochubey; Roman by Arkady Alekseevich Perventsev (1965)

booksKochubey (1991)

booksChapaev. Kochubey (1989)

wiki

Wiki information Kochubey:

Viktor Kochubey
Politician, Deceased Person, Person

Count Viktor Pavlovich Kochubey was a Russian statesman and a close aide of Alexander I of Russia. Of Ukrainian birth, he was a great-grandson of Vasily Kochubey. He took part in the Privy Committee that outlined Government reform of Alexander I. He...

Vasyl Kochubey
Deceased Person, Person Or Being In Fiction, Person

Vasyl Leontiyovych Kochubey was a Ukrainian nobleman and statesman of Tatar descent. His great-grandson was the eminent imperial statesman Viktor Kochubey. The family name is also spelled Kotchoubey and Kotschoubey. Between 1687 and 1704 Kochubey was...