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Title: Russian Empire Music
Post by: Hubberranz on November 03, 2017, 12:52:03 PM
... I was rebuilding my Il2 , you know when the mouse battery gets low and it starts dragging files around....

My user file default.ini just disappeared... so moving along with extra long saves, deletes, and pastes. until I discovered
  where the issue was, I submerged into loud Il2 Music... oblivious of the phone desperate attempts to reach me.... Bliss.
    Annoying for the neighbors, but Bliss     Russian Empire Music !
(https://www.mediafire.com/convkey/5f0b/4bhhfzh3h446f8v7g.jpg) (https://www.mediafire.com/view/?4bhhfzh3h446f8v)
         Cant sleep without it. Cant sleep with it either. Wake up call: time to raise the volume!

... I mixed these into this one song, long time ago, hope you like:
 http://www.mediafire.com/file/8n77dg9j1o1jq7o/RussianEmpireMusic.zip (http://www.mediafire.com/file/8n77dg9j1o1jq7o/RussianEmpireMusic.zip)

(https://www.mediafire.com/convkey/67d7/rrgit121tamlkqz7g.jpg) (https://www.mediafire.com/view/?rrgit121tamlkqz)
Dasvidanya !
Title: Re: Russian Empire Music
Post by: Dimlee on November 03, 2017, 03:37:18 PM
Thank you.
It's probably too pompous for continious in-flight music but why not to try it occasionally. Just to boost one's spirit sitting in open cockpits of those strange and fragile machines of WWI era.  ;)

While flying for Russian Empire in my crazy alternate history missions of WWII, I play Russian emigree songs of 1920-1940s just for "atmosphere". Something of Alexander Vertinsky as:
Or various others:

And there is one eternal classic which fits well into any epoch of "true old Russia", real history or alternate:

Title: Re: Russian Empire Music
Post by: Hubberranz on November 04, 2017, 06:21:57 AM
Thanks for your comments and input. Glad someone is listening.

The above is Re menu music for Re country: Single Missions menu only.
The following is Ru menu music and also generic red for il2:  http://www.mediafire.com/file/3h5od8v0vi60dld/RU_2007.zip (http://www.mediafire.com/file/3h5od8v0vi60dld/RU_2007.zip)
I may have published this at M4T or else, as aka Nadia. 25 minutes  long !

If you look below the tip of the left wing of Ilya Muromets, you will see Radio Moscow antenna in the distance.
I use object Radio Moscow in there, and random music mod here: https://www.sas1946.com/main/index.php/topic,42339.0.html

The content of my random radio file, not of my doing, but just to show what I did put in there: http://www.mediafire.com/file/lr370ehjfbtul27/Radio_Moscow.7z (http://www.mediafire.com/file/lr370ehjfbtul27/Radio_Moscow.7z)
Credits needed here.

Of course radio is for modern skyes ! Not available at the time.

Finally I have "Lili Marlene in Russian" for rb Russian Liberation Army !

Here is list of my countries: from DBW, in my 412,2 SAS5.3:
allies Red
axis   Blue

nn None


de Luftwaffe 
fi Finland
fr France
gb RAF
hu Hungary
it R.A. - Regia Aeronautica
ja IJA

pl Poland
ro Romania
sk Slovakia
ru USSR                      <---------- of course...
un USN
rn RN
in IJN
du NL


yu Yugoslavia RYAF
ab Abyssinia
be Belgium
br Brazil
sa South Africa
cn China
cz Czechoslovakia
il Italy (ICAF) Allied
rl Romania Allied
fl Finland Allied
gr Greece
dd German Democratic Republic
hy Hungary (red sided)
mg Managua
nl Netherlands (LV Europe)
es Spain Republican
re Russian Empire                            <-----------------------------------------   HERE
ch Switzerland
bl Bulgaria (Allied)
ap Partisan
id India
no Norway
pt Portugal
at Austria
bo Bolivia
mx Mexico
dk Denmark
ph Philippines
pe Peru
ur Uruguay
is Israel
kr Korea South (Red)

ct Canada (Postwar)

//Duplicate (no static plane markings available in FMB) from blue to red

ix Iraq (Red)

//New Country red

az Angola
mz Mozambique

//New Country red for CLASS

cx China Red(PLA post 1945)
kx Korea North (Red)
sx Syria (Red)
ex Egypt (Red)

rd Generic Red



sp Spain Nationalist
ar Argentina
bg Bulgaria
hr Croatia
co Colombia
ee Estonia
ir Iran
an R.S.I. (ANR 1943-45)
mk Manchukuo
lv Latvia
lt Lithuania
pa Paraguay
pn Poland (Blue)
pk Pakistan
rb Russian Liberation Army                                <------------------------------------------  blue side !
tk Turkey
sw Sweden
vi France Vichy
ik Iraq
cc China (PLA post 1945)
kp Korea North (Blue)
sy Syria
eg Egypt

//Duplicate (no static plane markings available in FMB) from red to blue

pq Portugal (Blue)
aq Austria (Blue)
mq Mexico (Blue)
dq Denmark (Blue)
pw Philippines (Blue)
pz Peru (Blue)
uq Uruguay (Blue)
gq Greece (Blue)
tw Taiwan (Blue)
fc Finland (Postwar)

//New country blue

ss South Africa (Postwar)
sb South Africa (Republic)

//New country blue for CLASS

cq RCAF (Postwar)
iq Israel (Blue)
kq Korea South (Blue)

vb RAF (Postwar)
na USA (Postwar)

bu Generic Blue

//New RED

do Indonesia
ho Honduras
le Lebanon
jo Jordan
cu Cuba

sl Syldavia
nv Vietnam (North)
ng Nigeria

al Albania
cr Costa Rica
vz Venezuela
ag Algeria
ci Chile
eh Ethiopia
ly Libya
bt Botswana
ug Uganda
su Saudi Arabia
cm Cambodia
mm Myanmar

cj Czech National Uprising

//New BLUE

ni Nicaragua
el El Salvador
my Malaysia
si Singapore
as RAAF (Postwar)
nz RNZAF (Postwar)
gp Germany (Postwar)

vn Vietnam (South)
cv Costa-Verde
bi Biafra
bd Borduria

ad Ireland
pm Panama
gl Guatemala
mr Morocco
et Eritrea

ma US Marines (Postwar)                                                          <--------------------------    NEW

//sideswitch for HSFX compatibility

th Thailand
ty Thailand (Postwar)

//added from HSFX

yp Yugoslavia JRV (Jugoslovensko Ratno vazduhoplovstvo)
ca RCAF                                                                             <--------------- reintroduced, somewhat. ( for red WWII markings )

Title: Re: Russian Empire Music
Post by: Hubberranz on November 04, 2017, 08:20:08 AM
OK --- I must add---  For maps without radio or Beacon and aircrafts that don't require Beacons:

... I use JSGME mods featuring the Crash InFlight TakeOff music: ground airfield sounds or ground jungle environment or ship carrier ambiance; with Flight battle radio chatter for the area; and dirge music by Nation for crashes,...
( the ground sounds are of crude assemblage, I must say, but they work for me in an 'alpha' way... )

List of my JSGME mods:
Code: [Select]
#DBW_Forgotten Countries Full           <-- this one requires custom regiments.ini in XTD \ PaintSchemes
MusicDE__samples              <--- Airfield             
MusicGB__samples              <--- Airfield
MusicJA_samples               <--- Jungle
MusicJN_samples               <--- Carrier
MusicRN_samples               <--- Carrier
MusicRU_samples               <----Airfield + <---------------------- Russian air battle radio chatter for InFlight.
MusicUM_samples               <--- Jungle
MusicUN_samples               <--- Carrier
MusicUS_samples               <--- Airfield
.. sample song of my Russian Crash file: http://www.mediafire.com/file/25wt6vwfouhw5vk/013aCrashRUS.zip (http://www.mediafire.com/file/25wt6vwfouhw5vk/013aCrashRUS.zip)
Title: Re: Russian Empire Music
Post by: Dimlee on November 04, 2017, 12:49:46 PM
Good idea about music for RLA. It make sense since we have no Russian Empire on "blue" side.
Title: Re: Russian Empire Music
Post by: Hubberranz on November 09, 2017, 09:26:26 AM
To Dimlee   Good day to you, sir !
...in your 'Or various others' bunch ( 4/5th of the 1hr way.. at 51:18 ) I found a song with a surprising modern reprise:
[ wiki: new lyrics on romance song "Dorogoi dlinnoyu" ,  literally "By the long road" . ]

.. which sounded very familiar to me from my 1960's hippie time of MARY HOPKIN.
( also in DALIDA's song r├ępertoire ).

"Those were the days", as I recall, was a 1968 Apple record's ( Beattles ) stereo ( novelty) release in 45rp;
it had on reverse side the song "Turn, Turn, Turn". But that's not the one that come to my mind, more vividly:
rather it is this version: "C'├ętait le temps des fleurs, on ignorait la peur ... ... les lendemains avaient un gout de miel !"
Check this out, goose bumps guaranteed ! :


.. "oh yes those were the days !"
Title: Re: Russian Empire Music
Post by: Dimlee on November 10, 2017, 05:23:14 PM
thank you for reminding about this song.
Indeed, Dorogoy Dlinnouyu can be considered as one of the "most Russian" of all Russian songs.

Title: Re: Russian Empire Music
Post by: Hubberranz on November 13, 2017, 09:33:44 AM
Hi again ! Check this: https://www.sas1946.com/main/index.php/topic,57212.0.html

This places Russia as the 4th largest economy in the world in 1914 ! Russia  was building railroads and the central powers were afraid !
Title: Re: Russian Empire Music
Post by: Hubberranz on December 21, 2017, 09:33:14 AM
Just an in game very good pic of the Kremlin's St.Basil Cathedral. ( Clic on this pic and zoom in at mediafire ).