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List Of Tatars
Tatars
Tatars
are a Turkic[1] ethnic group numbering 6.7 million in the late 20th century, including all subgroups of Tatars, such as Volga Tatars, Lipka Tatars
Tatars
and Crimean Tatars. Russia
Russia
is home to the majority of ethnic Tatars, with a population of around 5,500,000
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Tatars
The Tatars
Tatars
(Tatar: татарлар; Russian: татары) are a Turkic people[4] living mainly in Russia
Russia
and other Post-Soviet countries. The name "Tatar" first appears in written form on the Kul Tigin monument as 𐱃𐱃𐰺 (Ta-tar). Historically, the term "Tatars" was applied to a variety of Turco-Mongol
Turco-Mongol
semi-nomadic empires who controlled the vast region known as Tartary. More recently, however, the term refers more narrowly to people who speak one of the Turkic[4] languages. The Mongol
Mongol
Empire, established under Genghis Khan
Genghis Khan
in 1206, allied with the Tatars. Under the leadership of Genghis Khan's grandson Batu Khan (c. 1207–1255), the Mongols
Mongols
moved westwards, driving with them many of the Mongol
Mongol
tribes toward the plains of Kievan Rus'
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Halida Dinova
Halida Khayrutdinova aka Halida Dinova is a Russian concert pianist. Tatar by nationality, she was born in Kazan, Russian Federation (Republic of Tatarstan). Her father, Afzal Khayrutdinov, was a Professor of Cello at the Kazan State Conservatory and her mother, Flora Khayrutdinova MD, was her first music instructor. She is a sister of the acclaimed concert pianist Rustem Hayroudinoff, who is also a Professor at the Royal Academy in London. Halida Khayrutdinova graduated from the Kazan
Kazan
State Conservatory (Academy), named after N.G. Zhiganov, where she studied with Natalia Fomina and received her postgraduate degree in solo piano performance with Anatol Ugorski (Aspirantura for performers) at the Saint-Petersburg State Conservatory (Academy) named after N.A. Rimsky-Korsakov
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Lilia Gildeeva
Lilia Faridovna Gildeeva (Tatar: Лилия́ Фәри́т кызы Гилди́ева, born June 14, 1976) is a Russian journalist working for the NTV news program Segodnya since 2006. She is famous for joking on air with her partner and colleague Alexey Pivovarov. She was born in Zainsk, Republic of Tatarstan. She studied at Kazan State University and began her career as a TV journalist in Naberezhnye Chelny.[1] Lilia has 2 children (son and daughter) and husband. Biography[edit] Lilia Gildeeva was born in a Tatar family. Her father was a public officer and her mother was a lower school teacher. She got a degree in philology from the Kazan
Kazan
Federal University, where she studied from 1993 to 1997. Gildeeva started her career as a TV journalist in the city of Naberezhnye Chelny
Naberezhnye Chelny
in July 1997 on the local TV channel "Efir" as a news reporter
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NTV Russia
NTV (Cyrillic: НТВ) is a Russian television channel that was launched as a subsidiary of Vladimir Gusinsky's company Media-Most (ru).[1] Since April 14, 2001, Gazprom Media has controlled NTV. NTV has no official meaning according to Igor Malashenko, the author of the name and co-founder of the company, but in the 1990s unofficial transcripts of the acronym include "New" (Novoye), "Independent" (Nezavisimoye), "Non-governmental" (Negosudarstvenoye), "Our" (Nashe).[2][3]Contents1 History1.1 Talk
Talk
show with people of Ryazan and FSB members 1.2 Change of management 1.3 Late 2000s 1.4 Artistic design 1.5 Controversy 1.6 Logos2 See also 3 Further reading 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] Vladimir Gusinsky
Vladimir Gusinsky
founded NTV in 1993, attracting talented journalists and news anchors of the time such as Tatiana Mitkova, Leonid Parfyonov, Mikhail Osokin, Yevgeniy Kiselyov, Vladimir A
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Sara Sadiqova
Sadíqova Sara Ğärif qızı (pronounced [sʌˈdɯɪqəvɑ sʌˈrɑ ɣæˈrif qɯˈzɯ]) aka Sara Sadíqova; Tatar Cyrillic: Садыйкова Сара Гариф кызы; Russian: Сады́кова Сара́ Гари́фовна; 1 November 1906 – 7 June 1986) was a Tatar actress, singer (soprano), and composer. Honoured Artist of Tatar ASSR
Tatar ASSR
(1937), People's Artist of Tatar ASSR (1977), Honoured Worker of Culture of the Russian SFSR (1984). In 1938–1948 she was a soloist of Musa Cälil Tatar Opera and Ballet Theatre. Sara performed parts in operas and musical comedies including Saniä, Qaçqın (Runaway), Ğäliäbanu, Başmağım (My Slippers), İldar, musical dramas On Qandır, The Employer. She is an author both of many song and musical comedies Mäxäbbät cırı (The Song of Love) (1971), and Kiäwlär (Sons-in-law) (1972) in collaboration with R. Ğöbäydullin
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Dina Garipova
Dina Fagimovna Garipova (Russian: Дина Фагимовна Гарипова, Tatar: Cyrillic Динә Фәһим кызы Гарипова, Latin Dinä Fähim qızı Ğäripova; born 25 March 1991) is a Russian singer. In 2012, Garipova won the Russian version of singing competition The Voice, Golos.[1] Garipova was selected by the Russian broadcaster Channel One to represent Russia
Russia
at the Eurovision Song Contest 2013
Eurovision Song Contest 2013
in Malmö, Sweden, with the song "What If"
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Rustem Hayroudinoff
Rustem Hayroudinoff (Russian: Рустем Афзалович Хайрутдинов) is a Russian concert pianist. Tatar
Tatar
by nationality, he was born in Kazan, Russian Federation
Russian Federation
(Republic of Tatarstan). His father, Afzal Hayroudinoff is a Professor of Cello at the Kazan
Kazan
State Conservatory. He is a brother of Halida Hayrutdinova, also acclaimed concert pianist. Rustem Hayroudinoff graduated from the Moscow Conservatory, where he studied with Lev Naumov, and received his postgraduate degree (DipRAM) at the Royal Academy of Music
Royal Academy of Music
in London with Christopher Elton
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Farit Yarullin
Yarullin Färit Zahidulla ulı (pronounced [jʌrˈulʲin fæˈrit zɑhidulˈlɑː uˈlɯ][dubious – discuss]) aka Färit Yarullin; Tatar
Tatar
Cyrillic: Яруллин Фәрит Заһидулла улы; Russian: Яру́ллин Фари́д Загиду́ллович, Yarullin Farid Zagidullovich; 1914 – 1943) was a Tatar
Tatar
composer, the creator of the first Tatar
Tatar
ballet, Şüräle. His works include chamber music, romances, songs and arrangement of folk music. He participated in World War II
World War II
and was killed in action in 1943. In 1958, fifteen years after his death, he became a Ğabdulla Tuqay TASSR
TASSR
State Prize laureate. References and notes[edit](in Tatar) "Färit Yarullin/Фәрит Яруллин". Tatar Encyclopaedia
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Ballet
Ballet
Ballet
/ˈbæleɪ/ (French: [balɛ]) is a type of performance dance that originated during the Italian Renaissance
Italian Renaissance
in the 15th century and later developed into a concert dance form in France and Russia. It has since become a widespread, highly technical form of dance with its own vocabulary based on French terminology. It has been globally influential and has defined the foundational techniques used in many other dance genres and cultures. Ballet
Ballet
has been taught in various schools around the world, which have historically incorporated their own cultures to evolve the art. See glossary of ballet. A ballet, a work, consists of the choreography and music for a ballet production
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Şüräle
Shurale (Tatar and Bashkir: Шүрәле, Şüräle [ʃyræˈlɘ]; Russian: Шурале, Šurale; Turkish: Şürele) is a forest spirit in Bashkir[1] and Tatar mythology. According to legends, Şüräle lives in forests. He has long fingers, a horn on its forehead, and a woolly body. He lures victims to a thicket and can tickle them to death. Şüräle closely resembles other similar characters from the folklore such as Arçuri of the Chuvashes, Pitsen (Picen) of the Siberian Tatars
Tatars
and Yarımtıq of the Ural Tatars.Contents1 Description 2 See also 3 References 4 Bibliography 5 Related linksDescription[edit] He can shapeshift into many different forms. As a human, he looks like a peasant with glowing eyes, and his shoes are on backwards. A person who befriends Şüräle can learn the secrets of magic. Farmers and shepherds would make pacts with the leshy to protect their crops and sheep
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Zemfira
Zemfira, born Zemfira
Zemfira
Talgatovna Ramazanova (Russian: Земфира Талгатовна Рамазанова, Tatar: Земфира Тәлгать кызы Рамазанова, Zemfira
Zemfira
Tälğät qızı Ramazanova; born 26 August 1976 in Ufa, Bashkortostan) is a Russian rock musician. She has been performing since 1998 and has been popular in Russia and other former Soviet republics. To date Zemfira
Zemfira
has sold over 3 million records.[1]Contents1 Biography 2 Career2.1 1999–2005 2.2 2007–present3 Discography3.1 Albums 3.2 Singles4 Filmography 5 References 6 External linksBiography[edit] An ethnic Volga Tatar, she was born in a typical middle-class family – her mother is a doctor, and her father a history teacher
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Eldar Djangirov
www.eldarmusic.com mother Tanya Djangirov father Emil Djangirov Eldar Djangirov
Eldar Djangirov
(born January 28, 1987), also known as Eldar, is a US-American jazz pianist. He was born in Kyrgyz SSR, Soviet Union. He is of Volga Tatar and Russian descent. He grew up in Kansas City, MO from the age of 10. Born to Tanya and Emil Djangirov, he also lived in San Diego, California
San Diego, California
during his teenage years. As of 2016, he resides in New York City.[1]Contents1 Career 2 Discography 3 References 4 External linksCareer[edit] He began playing the piano when he was three years old. The first piece he remembers learning was "C Jam Blues". He later took classical lessons and was "discovered" at age 9 by the late New York City jazz aficionado Charles McWhorter, who saw him play at a festival in Siberia. The family relocated to Kansas City, drawn there in large part by the city's jazz history
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Nacip Cihanov
Näcip Ğayaz ulı Cihanov — Tatar
Tatar
Cyrillic: Нәҗип Гаяз улы Җиһанов, pronounced [næˈʑip ɣʌˌjɑzuˈlɯ ʑiˈhɑnəf]; Russian: Нази́б Гая́зович Жига́нов; anglicised as Najip Jihanov or, more usually, Nazib Gayazovich Zhiganov — was a Tatar
Tatar
composer, teacher and statesman. He was born on 15 January [O.S
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FC Shakhtar Donetsk
Football Club Shakhtar Donetsk
Donetsk
(Ukrainian: Футбольний клуб «Шахта́р» [fudˈbɔlʲnɪj klub ʃɐxˈtɑr doˈnɛtsʲk], "miner") is a Ukrainian professional football club from the city of Donetsk. In 2014 the club moved to Lviv
Lviv
but has since early 2017 played in Kharkiv
Kharkiv
and has its headquarters in Kiev.[2] Shakhtar has appeared in several European competitions and is often a participant in the UEFA
UEFA
Champions League. The club became the first club in independent Ukraine
Ukraine
to win the UEFA
UEFA
Cup in 2009, the last year before the competition was revamped as the Europa League. FC Shakhtar Donetsk
Donetsk
is one of two Ukrainian clubs, the other one is Dynamo Kyiv, who have won a major UEFA
UEFA
competition
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Rustem Yakhin
Yaxin Röstäm Möxämmätxaci ulı aka Röstäm Yaxin (pronounced Tatar pronunciation: [ˈjɑçin rœsˈtæm mœxæˌmætxæˈʑɪ uˈlɯ]; Tatar Cyrillic: Яхин Рөстәм Мөхәммәтхаҗи улы; Russian: Я́хин Русте́м Мухаме́т-Хазе́евич, Yakhin Rustem Mukhamet-Khazeyevich; 1921 – 1993) was a Tatar composer and pianist. People's Artist of the USSR
People's Artist of the USSR
(1986). Major works: orchestra with piano concerto (1950–1952), ballet Fidai (1987), fortepiano and viola concertos, more than 300 songs and romances. Yaxin is also an author of Hymn of the Republic of Tatarstan
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