7 edition of Danilov, the violist found in the catalog.
Translation of: Alʹtist Danilov.
|Statement||Vladimir Orlov ; translated by Antonina Bouis.|
|LC Classifications||PG3484.2.R4 A7913 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||307 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||307|
|LC Control Number||87005601|
Vladimir Viktorovich Orlov (Russian: Владимир Викторович Орлов, 31 August – 5 August ) was a Russian novelist, notable for his fantasy novel Danilov, the violist. In s and the s, Orlov was teaching at the Maxim Gorky Literature Institute in Moscow. Orlov was born in Moscow, Russia.. Orlov died in Moscow from a heart attack, aged Danilov the Violist: Danni’s Desperate Journey — Dark Sun: The Brazen Gambit: Dark Sun: The Broken Blade — David Copperfield’s Beyond Imagination: David Copperfield’s Tales of the Impossible — Death Served Up Cold: Death Spore — The Demon Lover: Demon Moon — Diary Sketchbook: Book One: Diaspora — Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde After.
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Lynne Viola is professor of history, University of Toronto. The late V. P. Danilov was a member of the Institute of History at the Russian Academy of Sciences. N. A. Ivnitskii is a member of the Institute of History at the Russian Academy of Sciences. Denis Kozlov is a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Toronto. show more4/5(9). Tschardasch (Balalaika mikhail danilov) by Uschopowsky from the Album Grüße aus burg (Original Bolschoi Orchester burg) Books about Danilov: Death In Shanghai (Inspector Danilov, Book 1) - by M J Lee; Danilov, the violist: A novel - by Vladimir Orlov.
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Danilov, the violist: A novel Hardcover – by Vladimir Orlov (Author)5/5(2). It is a novel, and follows one musician by name of Danilov, through the streets, theaters and kitchens of a russian city, wherein he mingles on occasion with the hidden world of house sprites, and other mystical creatures and spirits of the underworld/5.
When I grew up in the early 80s' Soviet Russia, _Danilov: The Violist_ was a must read for all intellectual young Russian people, a true cult book. Combining bitter realism with humorous fantasy in quite an entertaining way, the story focuses on a gifted musician (Danilov) struggling with both his creative inhibitions and the bureaucratic ones, those of the strictly controlled Soviet artistic world.5/5(2).
Danilov, a mild-mannered half-demon sent to earth to stir things up and confuse mankind, is so in love with this planetand a particular earthling called Natashathat he fears his bosses will recall him. Danilov, the violist: a novel User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict Danilov, a half-human, half-demon sent to Earth to cause trouble for mankind, finds humans far too engaging for this task Reviews: 1.
Vladimir Orlov has 17 books on Goodreads with ratings. Vladimir Orlov’s most popular book is Danilov, the Violist. Danilov, the Violist by Vladimir Orlov,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5().
Danilov, a half-human, half-demon sent to Earth to cause trouble for mankind, finds humans far too engaging for this task and instead spends his time playing the concert viola, entertaining demonic friends, and pursuing the beautiful Natasha.
This all leads to trouble: a summons from the order of Demons to explain himself.5/5(1). Vladimir Orlov "Altist Danilov" The novel by Vladimir Orlov " Altist Danilov "Is often compared with the" Master and Margarita ": in both books the action takes place in Moscow, and supernatural forces take part in the events.
Cover of the Danilov, the violist, the most famous book by Vladimir Orlov Vladimir Viktorovich Orlov (Russian: Влади́мир Ви́кторович Орло́в ; 31 August – 5 August ) was a Russian novelist, notable for his fantasy novel Danilov, the violist [ ru ].
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Orlov, Vladimir, Danilov, the violist. New York: W. Morrow, © (OCoLC) Material Type. Soviet-style whimsy with as close to a metaphysical gloss as Novy Mir probably can tolerate. Danilov is a Moscow musician, player of the viola in an orchestra.
As this, he's a social scrounger, gossip, mini-expert, and somewhat free spirit. But how free and how much a spirit isn't even suspected: Danilov is also a demon who can fly, scheme, and mix things up. Buy Danilov, the Violist by Vladimir Orlov, Antonina W Bouis, Vice President (Translator) online at Alibris.
We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. Danilov the violist A novel ~ Danilov the violist A novel Hardcover – by Vladimir Orlov Author Danilov the Violist by Vladimir Orlov ~ Danilov the Violist An entertaining and whimsical novel from the Soviet Union about the misadventures of a halfdemon violist sent to wreak havoc on Earth.
UNLIKE most of the Soviet writers who have been finding audiences in the United States in recent years, Vladimir Orlov has not left home, and his first novel, " Danilov the Violist," was. Danilov, a half-human, half-demon sent to Earth to cause trouble for mankind, finds humans far too engaging for this task and instead spends his time playing the concert viola, entertaining demonic friends, and pursuing the beautiful Natasha.
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Danilov the Violist New York: W. Morrow, ; ISBN: X; pages Genre: Science Fiction/Mysticism. Original in Russian. Story about a half-demon, half-human musician, Danilov, and his travails through life and love.
Robinson, Peter Final Account (Book 7. Edited by Lynne Viola, V. Danilov, N. Ivnitskii, and Denis Kozlov; Translated by Steven Shabad. " Danilov the Violist" follows its protagonist as he becomes humanized, falls in love with the gray-eyed Natasha and tries to reconcile his love with his all-consuming devotion to music.
Lynne Viola is professor of history, University of Toronto. The late V. P. Danilov was a member of the Institute of History at the Russian Academy of Sciences.
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