Songs about Stanitsas:

songsGlory to God in the highest" (mode pl. II) by Th. Stanitsas (?1987) by Saint Nektarios Monastery from the Album Journey To Christmas

songsLucky Village [Schastlivaya stanitsa] by Leonid Utyosov from the Album The Complete Collection / Russian Theatrical Jazz / Recordings 1937 - 1938, Vol. 3

songsSchastlivaya stanitsa by Leonid Utesov from the Album Neizvestnyi Utesov

songsStichera For Lent, 8th Tone (Petros Peloponissos) And 6th Tone (Thrasibolos Stanitsas) (In Greek) by Protopsaltis Nikolaos Nikolaidis from the Album The Art Of Deacon In Russian Church. Live From The Moscow Festival, February 1993

songsU nas u stanitse zasvetilo solntse (The sun has illuminated our native stanitsa) by Vocal Ensemble From Krylovskaya Stanitsa from the Album Cossacks: Songs and Dances of the Don and Kuban Cossacks


Books about Stanitsas:

booksFloating Stanitsa by Vitali Zakrutkin and Adam Starchild (Dec 1, 2004)

booksStanitsa Tèrskja. L'illusione cosacca di una terra. Verzagnis 1944-1945 by Patrizia Deotto (Jan 1, 2005)

booksPlavuchaia Stanitsa by Zakrutkin V. (1972)

booksPlavuchaia Stanitsa Roman by Zakrutkin V. (1981)

booksStanitsa Umanskaya i ee svyatyni (2010)

booksStanitsa: Stikhi (Russian Edition) by Nikolai Volzhentsev (1993)

booksSmolenskaya (stanitsa)


Wiki information Stanitsas:

Thrasyvoulos Stanitsas
Man, Person

Thrasyvoulos Stanitsas was a protopsaltes in the Great Church of Constantinople from 1960 until 1964. In this position, he succeeded his teacher, Konstantinos Pringos.

Konstantinos Pringos
Man, Deceased Person, Person

Konstantinos Pringos was a protopsaltes in the Great Church of Constantinople from 1939 until 1959. In this position, he succeeded Iakovos Nafpliotis, while Pringos himself was in turn succeeded by Thrasyvoulos Stanitsas. Although the oldest existing...