Lisitsa

Lisitsa

 

(also Bol’shaia Lisitsa), a river in Tomsk Oblast, RSFSR; a right tributary of the Kef River (Ob’ basin). Length, 414 km; basin area, 7,980 sq km. The Lisitsa flows south among the marsh-ridden, taiga expanses of the West Siberian Plain. It is fed by mixed sources, predominantly snow. The Raiga River is the Lisitsa’s largest tributary (from the right). The river is used for floating logs.

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Valentina Lisitsa Usher Hall, Edinburgh, today The social media star of classical music, the Russian pianist became a YouTube sensation shortly after she posted her first video in 2007.
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Cardiff: St David''s Hall (029 2087 8444), Valentina Lisitsa. Works by Rachmaninoff, Prokofiev, Beethoven, Chopin and Liszt.
Some genres have been revived at YouTube by the likes of Ukrainian-born pianist Valentina Lisitsa or ukulele sensation Jake Shimabukuro, who performs Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen on the small stringed instrument.