Huliganov’s first ever rant!
|Production date:||30 September 2006|
|Playout date:||30 September 2006|
|Post Production:||Windows Movie Maker – slight use|
|Other people featured:||None|
|Music used:||Gremin’s Aria, Eugene Onegin, Tchaikovsky|
|Languages used:||English Russian|
This piece is the first ever Huliganov rant, and actually I’m a but disappointed that a lot of people who watch and say they enjoy Huli‘s lessons didn’t also look up the rants by the same persona. This remains at under a thousand views, and not much discussion or rating.
Hulliganov offers here his disappreciation of noisy neighbours and his appreciation of the Chinese people for not making themselves unnecessarily tall.
- Eugene Onegin in English (ask.metafilter.com)
- Huliganov’s Speaking Mandarin Video (huliganov.tv)
- Music Review: Need a Gala? Tchaikovsky Is a Go-To Guy (nytimes.com)
- Music Review: Rich Talent and Promising Voices Well Rewarded (nytimes.com)
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