songs

Songs about Sychra:

songsPolonaise No 13 in A Minor, "Farewell to the Fatherland" (arr. A.O. Sychra) by Oleg Timofeyev from the Album Guitar Recital: Timofeyev, Oleg - Sychra, A.O. / Oginski, M.K. / L'Vov, A.F. / Alferiev, V.S. / Aksionov, S. (The Golden Age of the Russian Guitar)

songsBedna Vetka (Variations By a Sychra) by Andrei Krylov from the Album Russian Classical Guitar Music for 7 & 6 String Guitar. Volume 3. Romance, Folk Songs.

songsGod Save the Tsar (arr. A.O. Sychra) by Oleg Timofeyev from the Album Guitar Recital: Timofeyev, Oleg - Sychra, A.O. / Oginski, M.K. / L'Vov, A.F. / Alferiev, V.S. / Aksionov, S. (The Golden Age of the Russian Guitar)

songsKrasniy sarafan (The Red Sarafan) (arr. A. Sychra) by The Czar's Guitars from the Album Souvenirs of Russia

songsThe National Guard, or Love to the Fatherland My Dear Friend (arr. A.O. Sychra) by Oleg Timofeyev from the Album Guitar Recital: Timofeyev, Oleg - Ovchinnikov, V.A. / Kushenov-Dmitriyevsky, D. (The Golden Age of the Russian Guitar, Vol. 2)

books

Books about Sychra:

booksVladimir Sychra by Zdenek Hlavacek (1956)

wiki

Wiki information Sychra:

Jan Sychra
Olympic athlete, Person, Athlete, Measured person

Jan Sychra is a Czech sport shooter. At the 2012 Summer Olympics he competed in the Men's skeet, finishing in 5th place.

Andrei Sychra
Composer, Person, Inventor, Musical Artist, Deceased Person, Guitarist

Andrei Osipovich Sychra was a Russian guitarist, composer and teacher, of Czech ancestry. Sychra holds a prominent position within Russia, where he is often referred to as the patriarch of the seven-string guitar, and also as its inventor, disputed...