M. Gorky. The sun rises and sets: a song from the play "At the bottom" of Maxim Gorky
M. Gorky. The sun rises and sets: a song from the play "At the bottom" of Maxim Gorky [Izomaterial: electronic resource]: [postcard]. - Electronic data (2 files: 2 MB). - (St. Petersburg: Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library, 2014). - Access mode: the Internet portal of the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library. The title from the screen. Electronic reproduction of the postcard: M. Gorky. The sun rises and sets: a song from the play "At the bottom" of Maxim Gorky [Izomaterial]. [Between 1904 and 1909]. 1 postcard: photo printing. № 29. Location: Children's postcard museum, St. Petersburg. The front side of the postcard is divided into three parts: on the left is a picture of M. Gorky in the frame, in the center - notes for the song "The sun rises and sets" from M. Gorky's play "At the bottom" with the words of the first verse, on the right - the text of 2-4 song verses. Under the photograph there is the inscription: 29. M. Gorky. Copy by users is not allowed. Photo of the Russian writer Maxim Gorky was made in 1896 by the famous Nizhny Novgorod photographer MP Dmitriyev. The origin of the song "The sun rises and sets" is sometimes associated with the play, however this Russian folk song is known from the end of the 19th century, and in connection with its performance in the theatrical production of Gorky's play "At the bottom" in 1902 the song became popular
I. Presidential Library. B. N. Yeltsin (St. Petersburg) .1. Gorky, Maxim (1868 - 1936) - Postcards. 2. Postcards in the Presidential Library fund (collection). 3. Russian language (collection). 4. Russia in the faces (collection). 5. Documentary cards - Russia - 1904-1909.
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E-copy source: PB Original storage: Children's postcard museum