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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for schastye

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Sergey Dvortsevoy The Findling Award was given to him for his first film "Schastye".
Virus (Russian band) Virus have seen successful hits such as "Schastye (Счастье)/Happiness/", "Poproshu tebya (Попрошу Тебя)/Ask you/", "Papa (Папа)/Father/", and "Vse proydet (Всё пройдёт)/Everything will pass/","Ya lyublyu tebya, malysh (Я люблю тебя, малыш)/I love you baby/".
Kristina Orbakaitė In 2000, Orbakaite won at the World Music Awards in Monte Carlo as the best-selling Russian singer. Later that year, she released her fourth album, titled "May". In 2001, she appeared in the film "Zhenskoye schastye" (A Woman's Happiness).
Tatiana Nikolayeva After graduation, she studied composition with Golubev. During this time, she wrote a cantata, "Pesn o schastye" ("Song about Happiness"), and two piano concertos. The first concerto, in B major, was recorded with the USSR State Symphony Orchestra under the conductor Kirill Kondrashin.
My Joy My Joy (, translit. Schastye moyo; , translit. Shchastya moye) is a 2010 Ukrainian road movie directed by Sergei Loznitsa. It is set in the western regions of Russia, somewhere near Smolensk. "My Joy" was the first Ukrainian film ever to compete for the Palme d'Or.
Sofia Rotaru She was the first performer of Eugene Martyunov's songs, including "Lebedinaya vernost" ("Swan Fidelity"), "Jabloni v tsvetu" ("Blossoming Apples"), and "Ballada o materi" ("Ballad About Mother"). A patriotic song, "Schastye tebe, Zemlya moya" ("Be Happy, My Earth"), caused some political controversy.
Elena Kostioukovitch In 2006, Kostioukovitch penned a book on the role of food in Italian culture, which explores the country’s history in depth: "Why Italians Love to Talk about Food" ("Perché agli Italiani piace parlare del cibo", Milano, Sperling & Kupfer, 2006). The book was also published in Russian as "Eda. Italianskoye Schastye" (Moscow, EKSMO, 2006). This book serves a gastronomic guide to the regions of Italy for the National Geographic office in Moscow and is widely consulted by Russian tourists who are eager to gain a deeper understanding of Italian history and culture. This title won the Premio Bancarella della Cucina award in 2007. The book has been translated and published in the following countries: United States - Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Australia (PICADOR - PAN MACMILLAN), Estonia (TANAPAEV), China (WEALTH PRESS, traditional Chenese), Korea (RANDOM HOUSE), Poland (ALBATROS), Serbia (PAIDEIA), Spain (TUSQUETS), UK - DUCKWORTH.
Chris Marker After the events of May 1968, Marker felt a moral obligation to abandon his own personal film career and devote himself to SLON and its activities. SLON's first film was about a strike at a Rhodiacéta factory in France, "À bientôt, j'espère" ("Rhodiacéta") in 1968. Later that year SLON made "La Sixième face du pentagone", about an anti-war protest in Washington, D.C. and was a reaction to what SLON considered to be the unfair and censored reportage of such events on mainstream television. The film was shot by François Reichenbach, who received co-director credit. "La Bataille des dix millions" was made in 1970 with Mayoux as co-director and Santiago Álvarez as cameraman and is about the 1970 sugar crop in Cuba and its disastrous effects on the country. In 1971, SLON made "Le Train en marche", a new prologue to Soviet filmmaker Aleksandr Medvedkin's 1935 film "Schastye", which had recently been re-released in France.