Troika

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Troika (from Russian: тройка, meaning "a set of three", or triumvirate, or three of a kind, or threesome) may refer to:

Cultural tradition[edit]

Politics[edit]

Music and art[edit]

  • "Troika", the fourth movement of Suite from Lieutenant Kijé by Sergei Prokofiev
  • "Troika", the eleventh movement of The Seasons by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
  • "Troika. Apprentices Fetch Water", a painting by Vasily Perov
  • Troika (album), a 2011 contemporary classical album by Julia Kogan and The St. Petersburg Chamber Philharmonic
  • Troika Pottery a pottery company St Ives and Newlyn, Cornwall (1963-1983)
  • "Troika" (2010), Israeli-Russian short TV series by Leonid Prudovsky
  • Troyka, a British jazz band featuring pianist Kit Downes.

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Other[edit]

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