Among the many folk instruments of Russia, the balalaika (a three-stringed musical instrument with a triangular wooden body) stands out as not just the most recognised, but also as a symbol of Russian culture. The balalaika was featured heavily in the movie soundtrack for The Grand Budapest Hotel.
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A highly acclaimed modern day Russian balalaika player, Arkhipovskiy is helping to revive interest in the balalaika. Because of his unique style, the balalaika is gaining popularity in Russia and abroad, among music enthusiasts and entertainment seekers.
Image: Alexey Arkhipovskiy (supplied)