Russians' Poetic Speech may be accessed via:
line bundles -- collections of lines with a given word in common; this serves as a sort of "associative memory" to the whole project;
source data, i.e. complete notebooks and record transcriptions, some of which are linked to the front display.
To give an idea of how modern Russian folk tunes sound a few one-verse portions of songs were supplied. This section will be expanded quite soon.
Note that we maintain two Russian encodings (Lat and KOI) and serve many documents also in Alt (MS-DOS encoding of Cyrillics). So, whenever a document has .lat in its URL, it is more than likely that .koi version also exists, and this may be checked by changing .lat to .koi in this URL.