songs

Songs about Askold:

songsAskold's Tomb: Act III - Drinking Song by Georgi Nelepp from the Album Opera! European Songbook

songsAskold's Waltz by Perry Conticchio from the Album Speak Your Truth

songsIn olden days (sung in russian) (Askold's Tomb) by Ussr Radio Orchestra from the Album Lebendige Vergangenheit - Alexei Ivanov

songsIn olden days (sung in russian) (Askold's Tomb) by Ivan Skobtsov from the Album Voices behind the iron curtain - Soviet Singers of the Stalin Er

songsSong toropki ("Askold magila") (Georgle Nelel) by Various Artists from the Album 100 masterpieces of world classical music (Part 24) - Great Musicians - M. Maksakova. J. Kozlovsky. E. Shumskaya

songsToropka's three Songs (sung in russian) (Askold's Tomb) by Georgi Nelepp from the Album Lebendige Vergangenheit - Georgy Nelepp

songsToropka's three Songs (sung in russian) (Askold's Tomb) by Georgi Nelepp from the Album Lebendige Vergangenheit - Georgy Nelepp

books

Books about Askold:

booksA Grave of Askold (Russian Edition) by Mikhail Zagoskin (Jan 30, 2014)

booksBy Askold Buk Practical Pentatonics: Compact Reference Library (Guitar) (1st ed) by Askold Buk (Jan 16, 1996)

booksBiography - Melnyczuk, Askold (1954-): An article from: Contemporary Authors by Gale Reference Team (Dec 16, 2007)

booksThe Advanced Guitar Case Chord Book (Compact Reference Library) by Askold, Buk published by Music Sales Ltd (1997... (0100)

booksKreyser "Askold" (2012)

booksIntriga, Ili 33 Soveta Kak Stat' Hischnitsej: V Glavnyh Rolyah Edgar I Askol'd Zapashnye (Russian Edition) by N. Takki (Jan 11, 2013)

booksGuitar World Presents John Petrucci's Wild Stringdom [Paperback] [2000] PAP/COM Ed. Askold Buk (2000)

wiki

Wiki information Askold:

Askold and Dir
Deceased Person, Person

Askold and Dir are semi-legendary rulers of Kiev who, according to the Primary Chronicle, were two of Rurik's voivodes in the 870s. That chronicle implies that they were neither his relatives nor of noble blood.

Russian cruiser Askold
Ship

Askold was a protected cruiser built for the Imperial Russian Navy. She was named after the legendary Varangian Askold. Her thin, narrow hull and maximum speed of 23.8 knots were considered impressive for the time. Askold had five thin funnels which...