(SOLO/RUSSIAN) Vsevolod Garshin, Short Stories - dii

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Post by karlkuzmich » October 19th, 2016, 10:34 am

(SOLO/RUSSIAN) Всеволод Гаршин (Vsevolod Garshin), Рассказы для детей и взрослых (1855 - 1888).
Всеволод Михайлович Гаршин (1855-1888). Его первый опубликованный рассказ «Четыре дня», сразу принес ему известность. В его творчестве драматизм действия заменён драматизмом мысли, драматизмом переживаний, которые и являются основным материалом для Гаршина. Писатель страдал приступами нервного расстройства и в возрасте 33 лет совершил самоубийство.
Первые пять сказок адресованы детям, "Сигнал" подросткам, остальные для зрелой аудитории.

Vsevolod Garshin (1855-1888). His short stories were an immediate success, but he suffered from periodical bouts of mental illness. At the age of 33 he committed suicide. His stories are characterized by a spirit of compassion and pity comparable to Dostoevsky's and Chekhov's.
His story Signal appears in English translation in LibriVox "Best Russian Short Stories" collection http://www.archive.org/download/best_russian_shortstories_1010_librivox/bestrussianshortstories_11_seltzer.mp3

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Post by dii » October 19th, 2016, 11:26 am

Hi Mark,

thanks for reposting this! The MW is now back up. I've added Xenium5 as DPL, will send her a PM.

Could you also post the other text link from google books? The one on Wiki has CC license.

I've shortened the filename a bit, although I don't remember if you had complete files before the crash and under what name. Let me know if you need to change anything else!
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Post by karlkuzmich » October 19th, 2016, 12:04 pm

dii wrote:Hi Mark,

thanks for reposting this! The MW is now back up. I've added Xenium5 as DPL, will send her a PM.

Could you also post the other text link from google books? The one on Wiki has CC license.

I've shortened the filename a bit, although I don't remember if you had complete files before the crash and under what name. Let me know if you need to change anything else!
Thank you, Diana!
I'd rather read from the source I've chosen. There is a bug in the LV interface that cuts out Cyrillic characters from URLs. If you use the entire string
"https://ru.wikisource.org/wiki/Всеволод_Михайлович_Гаршин" as a URL, you will see at the bottom (C) is crossed out and a "public domain" statement. I could translate the entire box for you. Thanks again.
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Post by dii » October 19th, 2016, 1:37 pm

Hi Mark,

the problem with that box is that it states that the works of this author in general are in the public domain. Below you can see with smaller letters that this text version is under Creative Commons:
Текст доступен по лицензии Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike, в отдельных случаях могут действовать дополнительные условия. Подробнее см. Условия использования.
(I do speak Russian ;) )
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Post by Xenium5 » October 20th, 2016, 9:51 am

It seems that the site crash has destroyed first Mark's track on which I was going to put here DLP notes :(
Mark, could you put it again online?
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Post by karlkuzmich » October 20th, 2016, 6:15 pm

OK, thank you!
Did you find that book on Google books? Do you still have the link? Could you please help? I couldn't find the book there... :roll:
dii wrote:(I do speak Russian ;) )
:thumbs: Do you make audios in Russian too?
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Post by karlkuzmich » October 20th, 2016, 6:30 pm

Xenium5 wrote:It seems that the site crash has destroyed first Mark's track on which I was going to put here DLP notes :(
Mark, could you put it again online?
I have the track, will upload when the MW is restored. If you have listened, great, please post the notes!
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Post by dii » October 21st, 2016, 1:34 am

karlkuzmich wrote:OK, thank you!
Did you find that book on Google books? Do you still have the link? Could you please help? I couldn't find the book there... :roll:
dii wrote:(I do speak Russian ;) )
:thumbs: Do you make audios in Russian too?
Not really... my active Russian is not that good. My mum is Russian so I understand it, but I don't really use it anymore because she learned Hungarian pretty fast... I do plan on activating it a bit! :oops:

Will try to find the Google Books version. Moving us to Going Solo in the meantime.
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Post by karlkuzmich » October 21st, 2016, 6:14 am

dii wrote:... my active Russian is not that good. My mum is Russian so I understand it, but I don't really use it anymore because she learned Hungarian pretty fast... I do plan on activating it a bit! :oops:

Will try to find the Google Books version. Moving us to Going Solo in the meantime.
Thank you, Diana, I found the book, updated the link.
If you do decide to make a recording in Rus., please let me know, I'd be happy to PL and help in whatever is needed. Sorry, I cannot help with Hungarian 8-)
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Post by dii » October 21st, 2016, 6:49 am

Thanks, Mark! :D It'll probably be a while as I read super slow in Russian (not a big fan of Cyrillic) but will keep your offer in mind :wink:

I still see the Wikisource link in the first post, could you check? Thanks!
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Post by karlkuzmich » October 21st, 2016, 9:29 am

dii wrote:I still see the Wikisource link in the first post, could you check? Thanks!
Now I nailed it :-) Thanks!
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Post by dii » October 21st, 2016, 11:39 am

:thumbs:

Have fun!
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Post by Xenium5 » October 23rd, 2016, 1:51 am

karlkuzmich wrote:
Xenium5 wrote:It seems that the site crash has destroyed first Mark's track on which I was going to put here DLP notes :(
Mark, could you put it again online?
I have the track, will upload when the MW is restored. If you have listened, great, please post the notes!
Here they are, finally:
First, you read perfectly - I was mesmerized :clap:
Second, I have only one thing to change - you say in the beginning "Секция восемнадцатая", though in the file tag (and it the table of MW) is "Секция 22".
I also notice some places with 'jumps' of sounds (скачки) - on 9:12 and 43:40, and with 'smacks' sounds (причмокивания) - on 13:18, 33:46, 34:17, 37:37. But they are note very noticible - so, it is up to you to amend them or not.
Btw you have 7 sec of silnce in the end, but for long recordings we need to make 10.
That is all form me. Good luck!
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Post by dii » October 23rd, 2016, 11:12 am

Btw you can communicate in Russian here if it's more comfortable :)
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Post by karlkuzmich » October 24th, 2016, 9:24 am

Thank you, Xenia, very useful feedback (and thank you for the praise too!).
Feel free to switch to Russian, if you wish, you seem to be comfortable with English too. I spent about as big part of my life in the USSR as in the USA, so I'm OK with both :-)
After seeing how long the Red Flower was, I decided to split the longer stories in half, that's why the numbering difference that you noticed.
Did you save my feedback to your EO project? Let me know if not, and I'll re-PL.
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