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Songs about Polye:
Poliushko Polye (Oh my Field) by The Red Army Choir from the Album Most Beautiful Folk Songs of Russia
Polyushka Polye by Efkan ?e?en from the Album Renkler ve Isliklar
Meadowland (Polyushko-Polye) by Alexander Zelkin from the Album Alexander Zelkin Sings Meadowland and Other Russian Songs, Old and New
Polyushko Polye by Meshugga Beach Party from the Album Hot Rod Hanukkah
Polyushka Polye by Ahmet Koç from the Album Sözün Bitti?i Yer
Battlefield (Polyushko-Polye) by Cover Troopers from the Album Battlefield (Polyushko-Polye)
Poliushko Polye (Oh My Field) by The Red Army Choir from the Album Popular Music from Russia
Books about Polye:
Polye Kholmy: Zhizn', vselennaya i prochie strannosti (Russian Edition) by Andrey Neverin (May 5, 2014)
Polye holmy (Russian Edition) by Styuart Meri (Jan 27, 2013)
Polye Kholmy (Roman) Per S Angl. by Styuart M. (1983)
Polye Kholmy. Zhizn' Merlina by Styuart M. (1992)
Polye Kholmy Seriia Fantasy by Styuart M. (1992)
Polye Kholmy. Poslednee Volshebstvo. by Styuart M. (1988)
Freski Tserkvi Uspeniya Na Volotovom Pole (Frescoes of the Church of the Assumption at Volotovo Polye). by M.V. Alpatov (Jan 1, 1977)
Wiki information Polye:
Polyushko-polye is a Soviet Russian-language song. Polye means "field" in Russian, "polyushko" is a diminutive/hypocoristic form for "polye". It is known as Meadowland or Meadowlands in English.
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