For those who want to know, the first and fourth layers are the alphabet as it is written. The second and fifth are the capitalisations (otherwise known as the original alphabet I shamelessly stole.) The capitals are used only to show where particular stress is laid outside of conventions (and so sometimes play a grammatical role.)
The third and sixth rows show the English equivalent, in brackets. The last symbol is my elvish equivalent for the Russian ь, which shows a softened, or palatial, sound.