Gorokhov

Gorokhov

 

a city (from 1939), administrative center of Gorokhov Raion, Volyn’ Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, 9 km from the Gorokhov railroad station (on the Lutsk-L’vov line). Gorokhov has a foundry and machining works, a building-materials producer, a food combine, an agricultural technicum, and the Museum of Revolution, War, and Labor Glory.

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Gorokhov, "Zritel' vkhodit v kadr" ["The Viewer Enters the Shot"], Iskusstvo kino 3 (1958): 32.
The studio recording made by Moscow Radio at the time of the premiere of the first cello concerto not only bears the hallmark of interpretational authenticity, it also bears witness to the impressive performance, which in all respects eclipses the older Supraphon recording dating from the mid-1990s and featuring Leonid Gorokhov and Alexander Melnikov, even though the latter comes across as more relaxed than the technically objectivist Shostakovich.
Since 2008 Laura has been a student of the renowned British-Russian cellist Leonid Gorokhov.
Yevhen Gorokhov, Vadim Gubanov, Sergey Pchelnikov, Vladimir Mushchanov
Plans for 2013 include a collaboration with Russian cellist Leonid Gorokhov, playing Schubert''s String Quintet in C.
Gorokhov collaborated with the late yehudi Menuhin on numerous occasions and plays regularly with St Petersburg Philharmonic, Russia.
Arievich of the CIS Intellectual Property Practice Group, and Pavel Gorokhov, Counsel at the Moscow office of Baker & McKenzie.
Cellist Leonid Gorokhov collaborated with pianist Ashley Wass in the very best sense of the word.
Furthermore, the reliability-based algorithm for resistance evaluation of randomly corroded steel thin-walled structural members (as well as their life indices estimation), in which the reduction of initial material properties is taken into account, has been proposed by Gorokhov and Korolyov (2000).
STOKESLEY: Leonid Gorokhov and Nikolai Demidenko will appear for Teesside Music Society on January 20 at Stokesley Methodist Church.