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Numerology information Pokrass:
- Name Number: 9. Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless
Songs about Pokrass:
- Songs for the Front: Daniil and Dmitri Pokrass: Sons of a Working People: Those Are Not Storm Clouds by Natalia Pavlova from the Album Shostakovich: Songs for the Front
- Songs for the Front: Pokrass: Farewell by Natalia Pavlova from the Album Shostakovich: Songs for the Front
Books about Pokrass:
- My Very End of the Universe: Five Novellas-in-Flash and a Study of the Form - Nov 6, 2014 by Chris Bower and Margaret Patton Chapman
- Flash in the Attic: 33 Very Short Stories (Flash in the Attic Flash Fiction Atnhology) (Volume 1) - Oct 10, 2013 by Michelle Richmond and Corey Mesler
- Damn Sure Right - Jan 6, 2011 by Meg Pokrass
- Thumbnail 4: Flash Fiction (Thumbnail Magazine: A Flash Fiction Journal) - Apr 15, 2013 by Thumbnail Press and Michael Dean Anthony
- The Dog Looks Happy Upside Down - Jul 12, 2016 by Meg Pokrass
- The Ampersand - Nov 15, 2009 by The Ampersand and Adam Cogbill
- By Meg Pokrass Damn Sure Right [Paperback] - Dec 22, 2010
- Damn Sure Right by Pokrass, Meg (2011) Paperback - 1900 by Meg Pokrass
- Understanding ADA: A Software Engineering Approach - Apr 2, 1985 by Gary Bray and David Pokrass
- SCI-1000 Evaluation - 1998 by Richard Pokrass
Wiki information Pokrass:
- Samuel Pokrass
- Deceased Person, Film writer, Person, Composer,
Samuel Yakovlevich Pokrass was a Russian composer of Jewish origin. During the Soviet civil war in 1920, with poet P. Grigoryev, he wrote combat songs for the Red Army, including "White Army, Black Baron." He later emigrated to the United States,...
- Pokrass brothers
The Pokrass brothers were Soviet composing siblings: Dmitry Pokrass Daniil Pokrass — the youngest brother, Soviet musician Samuel Pokrass — the elder brother; emigrated to the United States in 1920s Dmitry was the most famous of the brothers. He...
- Дмитрий Яковлевич Покрасс
- Deceased Person, Person, Musical Artist, Composer,
Dmitry Yakovlevich Pokrass was a Jewish composer of popular music and scores for the theatre and films, recognized in 1975 as a National Performer of the USSR.
- Sian Barbara Allen
- Actor, Award Nominee, Topic, Film actor, Person, TV Actor
Sian Barbara Allen is a former American film and television actress. She also appeared in an episode of Kojak entitled "Down A Long And Lonely River," an episode of The Rockford Files entitled "Tall Woman in Red Wagon," and in The Incredible Hulk...
- Daniel Pokrass
- Person, Deceased Person
- Posvjaschenie Bratjam Pokrass
- Canonical Version, Musical Recording
- Meg Pokrass
- Posvjaschenie Bratjam Pokrass
- Release track
- March of the Soviet Tankmen
March of the Soviet Tankmen is a military march composed in 1939 by the Pokrass brothers with lyrics by Laskin. It was commonly used as a Soviet propaganda song in World War II. The origin of the song was the movie "Tractorists". Notable performers...
- White Army, Black Baron
The Red Army is the Strongest, popularly known as "White Army, Black Baron," is a marching song written by Pavel Grigorevich Gorinshtejn and composed by Samuil Pokrass. Written in 1920, during the Russian Civil War, the song was meant as a combat...