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  • Balalaika
  • Balalaika
  • Balalaika
  • Balalaika
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  • Glass: Martini
  • The balalaika (Russian:бананана) is a stringed instrument of Russian origin. Its body's shape is triangular, the triangle typically being known as a holy symbol. The balalaika normally has three strings, again, 3 being a number of symbolic significance. While the instrument is usually played with the fingers, some have tried alternative means. Russian Czar Vladimir Putin claims to be able to play a balalaika with his tongue. A sudden lack of balalaikas was the main cause of he Russian Revolution of 1917, which brought death, suffering and communism to the Russian tribes. __TOC____NOEDITSECTION__
  • Balalaika (バラライカ) is the 2nd single by Tsukishima Kirari staring Kusumi Koharu (Morning Musume). It was released on October 25, 2006 in both limited and regular editions. The limited edition came with a Super Corabo Mirufii card. The limited and first press release of the regular came with a special sticker. The Single V was released on November 8, 2006. It sold 7,720 copies and peaked at #6 on the Oricon charts. Balalaika was used as the 2nd opening for the anime Kirarin☆Revolution, and Mizuiro Melody was used as the 3rd ending theme for the same anime.
  • Die Balalaika ist ein russisches Musikinstrument von der Erde. Im Holoprogramm Das Schwarze Meer bei Nacht schwirren Balalaikaklänge durch die Luft, während vom Schwarzen Meer her eine eine frische Brise weht, die Sterne funkeln und am Himmel der Vollmond scheint. (TNG: )
  • From [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Balalaika]] [[балалайка#|балалайка]] (balalájka).
  • A balalaika was a musical instrument of Russian origin with a triangular body and three strings. In 2370, balalaika music was playing in a romantic holoprogram experienced by Worf and Deanna Troi on the USS Enterprise-D. (TNG: "All Good Things..." )
  • She is voiced by Mami Koyama in the Japanese version of the anime and Patricia Drake in the English version.
  • Sofiya Irininskaya Pavlovna, better known by her epithet, Balalaika, is the boss of Hotel Moscow, a Russian crime syndicate who serves as one of the four great powers in Roanapur frequently provides jobs to the Lagoon Delivery Company. A former VDV Airborne Troop captain who once dreamed of becoming an Olympic sharpshooter, she and her company were humiliated and left in decrepit poverty after the fall of the Soviet Union. Gathering the men loyal to her, she began Hotel Moscow to give her comrades a purpose and strike back at the society that left them to rot.
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Length
  • 651.0
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type of villain
  • Crime Lord
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Goals
  • To dominate the Roanapur criminal underworld; Die in battle against a worthy foe
Album
Origin
  • Black Lagoon
Skills
  • Expert marksman, military leadership experience
Last
  • Koi☆Kana 1st Single
Name
  • Balalaika
Genre
  • J-Pop
Type
  • Single
Caption
  • Regular Edition
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Alias
  • Balalaika, Vladelina
Hobby
  • Drug dealing, Arms smuggling, Overseeing and controlling criminal activities
Format
  • CD Single, Single V, digital download
Japanese
  • バラライカ
Cover
  • 200
Occupation
  • Russian Crime Lord
Fullname
  • Sofiya Pavlovena
Released
  • 2006-10-25
  • --11-08
Artist
NEXT
  • Happy☆彡 3rd Single
Size
  • 250
abstract
  • Glass: Martini
  • The balalaika (Russian:бананана) is a stringed instrument of Russian origin. Its body's shape is triangular, the triangle typically being known as a holy symbol. The balalaika normally has three strings, again, 3 being a number of symbolic significance. While the instrument is usually played with the fingers, some have tried alternative means. Russian Czar Vladimir Putin claims to be able to play a balalaika with his tongue. A sudden lack of balalaikas was the main cause of he Russian Revolution of 1917, which brought death, suffering and communism to the Russian tribes. __TOC____NOEDITSECTION__
  • Balalaika (バラライカ) is the 2nd single by Tsukishima Kirari staring Kusumi Koharu (Morning Musume). It was released on October 25, 2006 in both limited and regular editions. The limited edition came with a Super Corabo Mirufii card. The limited and first press release of the regular came with a special sticker. The Single V was released on November 8, 2006. It sold 7,720 copies and peaked at #6 on the Oricon charts. Balalaika was used as the 2nd opening for the anime Kirarin☆Revolution, and Mizuiro Melody was used as the 3rd ending theme for the same anime.
  • Die Balalaika ist ein russisches Musikinstrument von der Erde. Im Holoprogramm Das Schwarze Meer bei Nacht schwirren Balalaikaklänge durch die Luft, während vom Schwarzen Meer her eine eine frische Brise weht, die Sterne funkeln und am Himmel der Vollmond scheint. (TNG: )
  • From [[w:|]][[Category: derivations|Balalaika]] [[балалайка#|балалайка]] (balalájka).
  • A balalaika was a musical instrument of Russian origin with a triangular body and three strings. In 2370, balalaika music was playing in a romantic holoprogram experienced by Worf and Deanna Troi on the USS Enterprise-D. (TNG: "All Good Things..." )
  • She is voiced by Mami Koyama in the Japanese version of the anime and Patricia Drake in the English version.
  • Sofiya Irininskaya Pavlovna, better known by her epithet, Balalaika, is the boss of Hotel Moscow, a Russian crime syndicate who serves as one of the four great powers in Roanapur frequently provides jobs to the Lagoon Delivery Company. A former VDV Airborne Troop captain who once dreamed of becoming an Olympic sharpshooter, she and her company were humiliated and left in decrepit poverty after the fall of the Soviet Union. Gathering the men loyal to her, she began Hotel Moscow to give her comrades a purpose and strike back at the society that left them to rot.
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