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Weird russian singer - Chum Drum Bedrum
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Weird russian singer - Chum Drum Bedrum

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I've come to give this song I've come to give this song I've come to give this song I've come to give this song Chandra Brambra Chandra Chandra Bendram... I've come to give this song From the world of dreams I've come to give this song From crystal tears I've come to give this song For love I've come to give this song Chandra Brambra Chandra Chandra Bendram...
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The Best of Rimsky-Korsakov
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The Best of Rimsky-Korsakov

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The Best of Nikolai Andreyevich Rimsky-Korsakov (18 March [O.S. 6 March] 1844 -- 21 June [O.S. 8 June] 1908) Rimsky-Korsakov believed, as did fellow composer Mily Balakirev and critic Vladimir Stasov, in developing a nationalistic style of classical music. This style employed Russian folk song and lore along with exotic harmonic, melodic and rhythmic elements in a practice known as musical orientalism, and eschewed traditional Western compositional methods. However, Rimsky-Korsakov appreciated Western musical techniques after he became a professor of musical composition, harmony and orchestration at the Saint Petersburg Conservatory in 1871. He undertook a rigorous three-year program of self-education and became a master of Western methods, incorporating them alongside the influences of Mikhail Glinka and fellow members of The Five. His techniques of composition and orchestration were further enriched by his exposure to the works of Richard Wagner. For much of his life, Rimsky-Korsakov combined his composition and teaching with a career in the Russian military—at first as an officer in the Imperial Russian Navy, then as the civilian Inspector of Naval Bands. He wrote that he developed a passion for the ocean in childhood from reading books and hearing of his older brother's exploits in the navy. This love of the sea might have influenced him to write two of his best-known orchestral works, the musical tableau Sadko (not his later opera of the same name) and Scheherazade. Through his service as Inspector of Naval Bands, Rimsky-Korsakov expanded his knowledge of woodwind and brass playing, which enhanced his abilities in orchestration. He passed this knowledge to his students, and also posthumously through a textbook on orchestration that was completed by his son-in-law, Maximilian Steinberg. Rimsky-Korsakov left a considerable body of original Russian nationalist compositions. He prepared works by The Five for performance, which brought them into the active classical repertoire (although there is controversy over his editing of the works of Modest Mussorgsky), and shaped a generation of younger composers and musicians during his decades as an educator. Rimsky-Korsakov is therefore considered "the main architect" of what the classical music public considers the Russian style of composition. His influence on younger composers was especially important, as he served as a transitional figure between the autodidactism which exemplified Glinka and The Five and professionally trained composers which would become the norm in Russia by the closing years of the 19th century. While Rimsky-Korsakov's style was based on those of Glinka, Balakirev, Hector Berlioz, and Franz Liszt, he "transmitted this style directly to two generations of Russian composers" and influenced non-Russian composers including Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy, Paul Dukas and Ottorino Respi Scheherazade: 0:00 The Sea and Sinbad's Ship 9:59 The Story of the Kalander Prince 22:52 The Young Prince and the Young Princess 33:31 Festival at Baghdad - The Sea - Shipwreck Capriccio Espagnol: 46:36 Alborada - Vivo e strepitoso 47:47 Variazioni: Andante con moto 52:34 Alborada. Vivo e strepitoso (II) 53:45 Scena e Canto Gitano: Allegretto 55:20 Fandango Asturiano 1:01:22 The Flight of the Bumble Bee 1:02:45 Russian Easter Festival Overture, Op.36
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!!!! NO WAR IN SYRIA !!!!  One Hour of Music - Soviet Communist Music
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!!!! NO WAR IN SYRIA !!!! One Hour of Music - Soviet Communist Music

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!!!! SAY NO TO A WAR IN SYRIA !!!! Check out my newest app! - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/history-of-the-universe/id1060006410?ls=1&mt=8 Follow me on Twitter! - https://twitter.com/MartinVargic Our Youtube channel Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/OneHourOfMusicOfficial?ref=hl This is one hour long mix of best Soviet communist music performed by Red Army Choir.(Also includes main theme from the Hunt for Red October, performed by Red Army Choir). Anthem of Soviet Union: 00:08 - 03:34 Let's Go!: 03:34 - 06:56 Kalinka: 06:56 - 11:26 Katyusha: 11:26 - 13:57 There March the Soldiers: 13:57 - 17:41 The Sacred War: 17:41 - 21:16 The Red Army is the Strongest: 21:16 - 24:00 The Cossacks: 24:00 - 26:07 The Cossack Song: 26:07 - 31:18 The Cliff: 31:18 - 37:50 Smugljanka: 37:50 - 41:11 Korobeiniki: 41:11 - 45:49 The Partisans Song: 45:49 - 48:40 March of the Motherland: 48:40 - 51:36 The Hunt for Red October: 51:36 - 56:44 Farewell of Slavianka: 56:44 - 59:15
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Dmitri Hvorostovsky - "Ja vas lyublyu" from the Russian Opera "The Queen of Spades"
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Dmitri Hvorostovsky - "Ja vas lyublyu" from the Russian Opera "The Queen of Spades"

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An Evening of Russian Opera, 2008
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An Evening of Russian Opera, 2008

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An Evening of Russian Opera, Wednesday June 3, 2008, Alice Millar Chapel, Northwestern University A presentation of operatic works, providing a window into Russian folklore including "Boris Gudunov" by Modest Mussorgsky, "The Queen of Spades" and "Eugene Onegin" by Piotr Tchaikovsky. Presented and narrated by Professor Emeritus of Slavic Languages and Literatures Irwin Weil, conducted and directed by Natalia Lyashenko of the Northwestern School of Music. Video produced by the Multimedia Learning Center, Northwestern University.
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vita russian opera singer
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vita russian opera singer

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amazing russian singer!!!!!!
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Russian Folk Song - Kalinka (Opera na ledě Opera na ľade Opera na lade Opera na lede)
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Russian Folk Song - Kalinka (Opera na ledě Opera na ľade Opera na lade Opera na lede)

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www.ice-opera.com
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Vitas - Opera N2
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Vitas - Opera N2

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Vitas - Opera Number 2 Витас - Опера No2 Latvian-born Russian pop singer Vitas. Please view his other videos spread the wonderful word that is VITAS!
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Vitas 7th Element 2002
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Vitas 7th Element 2002

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weird russian song and singer chum drum bedrum if you want to donate and thanks paypal.me/AymaneSouieh English translation: I came to bring this song (4x) I came to bring this song From the world of dreams. I came to bring this song From the crystal tears. I came to bring this song For the sake of love. I came to bring this song. [Merlin] Danmark Music Group World Media Alliance Credit: Vitas
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Vitas - Opera #2 (Опера #2) / 2009
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Vitas - Opera #2 (Опера #2) / 2009

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19th September 2009 - Dalian International Fashion Festival, China source: Vitas' Official Site http://vitas.com.ru Polish Vitas Fan Site: http://vitas.com.pl
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Armin van Buuren, Feat Natalya Nemec -  Russian Opera
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Armin van Buuren, Feat Natalya Nemec - Russian Opera

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Crazy Voice! Can't Imagine a Guy can sing VITAS' ОПЕРА №2 like That.
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Crazy Voice! Can't Imagine a Guy can sing VITAS' ОПЕРА №2 like That.

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I don't have this Video VITAS - ОПЕРА №2 Singer : Dimash Kudaibergen
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Russian opera
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Russian opera

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Russian opera (Russian: Ру́сская о́пера) is the art of opera in Russia. Operas by composers of Russian origin, written or staged outside of Russia, also belong to this category, as well as the operas of foreign composers written or intended for the Russian scene. These are not only Russian-language operas. There are examples of Russian operas written in French, English, Italian, Latin, Ancient Greek, Japanese, or the multitude of languages of the nationalities that were part of the Empire and the Soviet Union. Russian opera includes the works of such composers as Glinka, Mussorgsky, Borodin, Tchaikovsky, Rimsky-Korsakov, Stravinsky, Prokofiev and Shostakovich. Searching for its typical and characteristic features, Russian opera (and Russian music as a whole), has often been under strong foreign influence. Italian, French, and German operas have served as examples, even when composers sought to introduce special, national elements into their work. This dualism, to a greater or lesser degree, has persisted throughout the whole history of Russian opera.
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Eduard.'Opera №2'.The Voice Kids Russia 2015.
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Eduard.'Opera №2'.The Voice Kids Russia 2015.

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Website: http://www.beautifulvoice.info/
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The Phantom of the Opera( Призрак Оперы) Russian
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The Phantom of the Opera( Призрак Оперы) Russian

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  • Updated: 28 Feb 2009
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Alexandrov Red Army Choir - Kalinka (SUBTITLES)
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Alexandrov Red Army Choir - Kalinka (SUBTITLES)

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MULTI SUBTITLES (LYRICS): Russian, Serbian, Slovenski, Chinese, Croatian, Greek, Românesc, Arabic, English, Czech, French, Hebrew, Dutch, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Hungarian, German, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Turkish, Vietnamese, Interlingue (Transliteration), Macedonians, Svenska, Íslensku, përkthim shqip. "Kalinka" (Russian: Калинка) is a Russian song written in 1860 by the composer and folklorist Ivan Larionov and first performed in Saratov as part of a theatrical entertainment that he had composed. CONCERT: Day of Fatherland Defenders Chief conductor and artistic director - People's Artist of Russia, Professor Igor Raevskiy. Soloist: Vadin Ananyev
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Anna Netrebko - MOSCOW NIGHTS - Dmitri Hvorostovsky
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Anna Netrebko - MOSCOW NIGHTS - Dmitri Hvorostovsky

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Composer: Vasily Solovyov-Sedoy Василий Павлович Соловьев-Седой. Poet : Mikhail Matusovsk - Михаил Львович Матусовский. Vocalist: Anna Netrebko (soprano) Dmitri Hvorostovsky (baritone) The Grand Choir "Masters of Choral Singing", conductor Lev Kontorovich State Symphony Orchestra of Russia, conductor Constantine Orbelian RED SQUARE CONCERT, 19.06.2013 Το 1955 ο συνθέτης Vasily Solovyov-Sedoy και ο ποιητής Mikhail Matusovsky γράφουν ένα τραγούδι για τις νύχτες τού Λένινγκραντ. Το υπουργείο πολιτισμού τής τότε Σοβιετικής Ένωσης ζητά να κάνουν κάποιες μικρές τροποποιήσεις στους στίχους ώστε το τραγούδι να μιλά για τη Μόσχα, δίνοντας ουσιαστικά παραγγελιά για να προκύψει ένα από τα δημοφιλέστερα ρώσικα τραγούδια όλων των εποχών - το Подмосковные вечера, δηλαδή το γνωστό και αγαπημένο μας «Νύχτες Μόσχας» ή «Μοσχοβίτικα βράδια» (άκουσα κάποτε τον Αλέξη Κωστάλα να λέει αυτή τη δεύτερη εκδοχή τού τίτλου στα Ελληνικά και μου άρεσε πολύ). Το τραγούδι ηχογραφείται το 1957 με ερμηνευτή τον νεαρό ηθοποιό Vladimir Troshin και ακούγεται για πρώτη φορά σ' ένα ντοκιμαντέρ για τη Σπαρτακιάδα που επρόκειτο να διοργανώσει την ίδια χρονιά η Σοβιετική Ένωση. Αυτή ήταν μόλις η αρχή τής λαμπρής πορείας αυτού του πανέμορφου τραγουδιού που κέρδισε την ίδια χρονιά το πρώτο βραβείο στο πανσπουδαστικό φεστιβάλ τής Μόσχας κι ύστερα ταξίδεψε σ' όλη την οικουμένη και αγαπήθηκε πολύ. Greek lyrics ΜΟΣΧΟΒΙΤΙΚΑ ΒΡΑΔΙΝΑ Κι αν τη νύχτα τα άνθη κρυφτήκανε το πρωί φαντάζουν γκρενά το χουν μάθει αυτοί που γευτήκανε Μοσχοβίτικα βραδινά Ο κολπίσκος κινείται ανεπαίσθητα το τραγούδι ηχεί σιγανά το φεγγάρι ασημώνει τα ευαίσθητα Μοσχοβίτικα βραβινά Κι αν η αυγή απ' τη νύχτα απαλλάσσεται κι η ζωή αρχίζει ξανά ότι ζήσατε να μην ξεχάσετε Μοσχοβίτικα βραδινά Κι αν τη νύχτα τα άνθη κρυφτήκανε το πρωί φαντάζουν γκρενά το χουν μάθει αυτοί που γευτήκανε Μοσχοβίτικα βραδινά. English lyrics Stillness in the grove, not a rustling sound Softly shines the moon clear and bright. Dear, if you could know how I treasure so The most beautiful Moscow night. Dear, if you could know how I treasure so The most beautiful Moscow night. Lazily the brook, like a silv'ry stream Ripples gently in the moonlight, And a song afar fades as in a dream, In the spell of this summer night. Dearest, why so sad, why the downcast eyes, And your lovely head bent so low? Oh, It's hard to speak---and yet not to speak Of the longing my heart does know. Promise me, my love, as the dawn appears And the darkness turns into light, That you'll cherish, dear, through the passing years This most beautiful Moscow night.
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The snowmaiden 1952 Snegurochka English & Spanish subtitles Russian opera animation
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The snowmaiden 1952 Snegurochka English & Spanish subtitles Russian opera animation

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Subtitles can be chosen and activated with button at bottom screen. Animation directed by Ivan Ivanov-Vano & Alexandra Snezhko-Blotskaya written by Oleg Leonidov, Alexandra Snezhko-Blotskaya, Ivan Ivanov-Vano art director Nadezhda Stroganova After the opera by Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov music with arrangement of L. Shvarts ( husband of Alexandra Snezhko Blotskaya). The orchestra of the Ministry of cinematography of the USSR. Conductor - V. Nebolsin. Choreography of V. Burmeistrov. For the subs much use was made of the english & spanish libretto of the opera. The decorations in the animation are drawn from the original opera decorations & designs In my mind on of the highlights of Russian animation!
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Death of Famous Russian Opera Singer Sends Shock Waves Across World
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Death of Famous Russian Opera Singer Sends Shock Waves Across World

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Subscribe to Vesti News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa8MaD6gQscto_Nq1i49iew?sub_confirmation=1 Words of deep sorrow regarding the death of a Russian opera singer are being sent from all over the world today. Vladimir Putin expressed his condolences to Dmitri Hvorostovsky's family. Putin, like millions of other people in the world, was a fan of his talent. A memorial service will be held in Moscow, on Nov. 27 in the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall.
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Ekaterina MOROZOVA (soprano, Russia). ROSSINI - Semiramide's cavatina from the opera "Semiramide"
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Ekaterina MOROZOVA (soprano, Russia). ROSSINI - Semiramide's cavatina from the opera "Semiramide"

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Ekaterina MOROZOVA (soprano, Russia, Saint-Petersburg). 3rd Prize Winner of the 9th Obraztsova International Competition Of Young Opera Singers (2013, Russia). Saint-Petersburg Academic Philharmonic named after D.D.Shostakovich, 31 of August 2013. Published by the "OPERA+ St.Petersburg Music and Art Magazine". 3 премия на Девятом Международном конкурсе оперных певцов Елены Образцовой в Санкт-Петербурге. Организатор конкурса -- Культурный центр Елены Образцовой. Санкт-Петербургская Академическая Филармония имени Д.Д.Шостаковича, 31.08.2013. Оркестр государственного Эрмитажа, дирижер Михаил Татарников. Записано студией "ЮА-Видео" для журнала "ОПЕРА+ Журнал любителей искусства" (ОПЕРА ПЛЮС) с разрешения пресс-службы конкурса (Агентство "Артист Промоушен).
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Dargomyzhsky - Rusalka - Complete Opera
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Dargomyzhsky - Rusalka - Complete Opera

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Premiere in 1856. Opera in 4 acts by Alexander Dargomyzhsky. Libretto by composer, based on an incomplete story by Pushkin. The opera is seldom staged outside Russia, which is a pity. It's prevailing use of the number system and ensemble shows that Russian opera of the day was still heavily influenced by the Italian model. Even so, it's distinctive subject matter and portrayal of Russian village life using much local color in the score helped set Russian opera on a nationalistic course. The role of the Miller is a bravura Russian bass role, created by the great Osip Petrov. It has been red meat to all the great Russian/Ukrainian basses ever since, many of whom have recorded the Miller's aria and Mad Scene, almost as a matter of duty. The present recording was made in 1983 with a marvelous cast and conductor. The audio here was taken from a CD release by the Relief label. Currently, this same recording is available on Brilliant Classics, but only in Europe at this time. CAST: The Miller- Alexander Vedernikov, bs Natasha- Natalia Mikhailova, s The Prince- Konstantin Pluzhnikov, t The Princess- Nina Terentieva, ms Olga- Galina Pisarenko, s Matchmaker- Oleg Klenov, b Hunter- Oleg Klenov, b Rusalochka- Vasilisa Byelova, child actor Lead Peasant- Unspecified, t Grand Chorus of All-Russian Radio and Television Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio Vladimir Fedoseyev, c. Александр Даргомыжский Русалка Константин Плужников Александр Ведерников Нина Терентьева Галина ПИСАРЕНКО
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Tragic Passing of Famous Russian Opera Singer Leaves Fans the World Over Grieving
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Tragic Passing of Famous Russian Opera Singer Leaves Fans the World Over Grieving

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Subscribe to Vesti News https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCa8MaD6gQscto_Nq1i49iew?sub_confirmation=1 Dmitri Hvorostovsky died. He was only 55 years old. The bloom of his life. Unbelievably talented, he conquered all the scenes and countries of the world. President Vladimir Putin sent his condolences to the singer's relatives and friends. Today, we remember Hvorostovsky, the famous, and the unknown.
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Early Russian Operas - Fomin, Davydov
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Early Russian Operas - Fomin, Davydov

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Yevstigney Fomin (1761-1800) 1. The Coachmen at the Horse Stage-Post (1786) 0:00 Soloists and State Capella Choir of Saint-Petersburg; Saint-Petersburg State Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatoire Opera and Ballet Theatre Orchestra, Conductor Vladislav Tchernushenko Stepan Ivanovich Davydov (1777-1825) Lesta, the Dnepre Mermaid (1805), highlights 2. Tarabrar's aria (act 1) 33:44 3. Vidostan' aria (act 2) 37:16 4. melodrama (act 2) 41:41 5. Duet of Vidostan and Lesta (act 2) 49:30 6. Terzetto (act 2) 54:30 7. Ostan's aria (act 2) 58:29 8. Overture to the ballet "Crowded Goodness" (1801) 1:02:12 Soloists and Saint-Petersburg Philamonic Orchestra, Conductor Alexander Dmitriev
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Dmitri Hvorostovsky- -die besten russischen Opernsänger  - The Best Russian Baritone Opera Singer
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Dmitri Hvorostovsky- -die besten russischen Opernsänger - The Best Russian Baritone Opera Singer

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Published on May 11, 2015 г. Москва, ВДНХ 09.05.2015 Академический Ансамбль песни и пляски внутренних войск МВД России (руководитель - Виктор Елисеев). The Academic Ensemble of a song and dancing of internal troops of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia. (Conductor - Victor Eliseev) Дирижер - Константин Орбелян. Conductor - Constantine Orbelian 1. Священная война | Sacred War 00:00 2. Вот солдаты идут | Soldiers are Coming 03:45 3. Минуты тишины | Moments of Silence 07:00 4. Эх, Дороги | Oh, Roads 10:18 5. Темная ночь | Dark is the Night 16:00 6. Баллада о солдате | Ballad of a Soldier 20:13 7. Горячий снег | Hot Snow 26:22 8. На безымянной высоте | On the Nameless Height 30:11 9. Как служил солдат | The Soldier Served 34:58 10. Полюшко-поле | Plaine, ma plaine 40:45 11. Случайный вальс | Unexpected Waltz 44:53 12. Где-то далеко | Somewhere Far Away 48:37 13. Жди меня | Wait for Me 53:14 4. Журавли | Cranes 58:00 15. Катюша | Katyusha 01:03::00 16. Последний бой | Last Battle 01:06:24 17. Катюша | Katyusha 01:10:30 note:Copy paste from Aljona Polozoba Youtube Account Дирижер - Константин Орбелян. Conductor - Constantine Orbelian Дирижер - Константин Орбелян. Conductor - Constantine Orbelian 1. Священная война | Sacred War 00:00 2. Вот солдаты идут | Soldiers are Coming 03:45 3. Минуты тишины | Moments of Silence 07:00 4. Эх, Дороги | Oh, Roads 10:18 5. Темная ночь | Dark is the Night 16:00 6. Баллада о солдате | Ballad of a Soldier 20:13 7. Горячий снег | Hot Snow 26:22 8. На безымянной высоте | On the Nameless Height 30:11 9. Как служил солдат | The Soldier Served 34:58 10. Полюшко-поле | Plaine, ma plaine 40:45 11. Случайный вальс | Unexpected Waltz 44:53 12. Где-то далеко | Somewhere Far Away 48:37 13. Жди меня | Wait for Me 53:14 4. Журавли | Cranes 58:00 15. Катюша | Katyusha 01:03::00 16. Последний бой | Last Battle 01:06:24 17. Катюша | Katyusha 01:10:30 note:Copy paste from Aljona Polozoba Youtube Account
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