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9 thoughts on “ The Volga Burlacks Song - Red Army Choir* - Russian Favourites (CD, Album)

  1. Jul 12,  · Volga, Volga, Mother Volga Wide and deep beneath the sun, You have never seen such a present From the Cossacks of the Don. So that peace may reign forever In this band so free and brave Volga, Volga, Mother Volga Make this lovely girl a grave. Now, with one swift mighty motion He has raised his bride on high And has cast her where the waters.
  2. Red Army Choir Russian Favourites Farewell of Slavianka O field, my field We are t Cookie Control We use cookies to improve the use of our website, our products and services, and confirm your login authorization or initial creation of account.
  3. Farewell of Slaviankaa / V. Agapkin () --O field, my field / L. Knipper () --We are the Red Cavalry / D. Pokrass () --There, far away, beyond the river / Russian folk song () --The sacred war / A. Alexandrov () --There march the soldiers / B. Alexandrov () --In the forest by the combat-line () ; The sun set beyond.
  4. CD: $ Russian Favorites VARIOUS ARTISTS. CD: $ MP3: $7 Hey, Ukhem! (Song of the Volga Boatmen) on Most Beautiful Folk Songs of Russia. Hey, Ukhem! (Song of the Volga Boatmen) on Red Army Choir: Russian Favourites. Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart Sold by sibackrigepimilgihindsmoothmarburi.coinfo Services LLC.
  5. Red Army Choir* - Russian Favourites has a box but blue text, no URL, and an incorrect playing time in the top right corner. Recorded at the Mosfilm Studio in Moscow, Russia, in August, Cover Photo: Red Square and St. Basil's Cathedral, Moscow (Bilderberg).4/5(2).
  6. With time the Red Army Choir and Band have become quite professionalized groups of trained and talented musicians, a far cry from military singing groups of yesteryear. The result is a program of truly fine Russian military and folk-style music performed with artistry and spirit: a real winner/5(49).
  7. Evgeny Mikhailovich Belyaev, also written as Yevgeny Belyayev (Russian: Евгений Михайлович Беля́ев) (Klintsy, 11 September – 21/22 February ), was a Russian tenor soloist of the Alexandrov Ensemble under Boris Alexandrov. He is remembered in the Soviet Union as the Russian Nightingale and in the West as one of the definitive singers of Kalinka.
  8. Apr 20,  · Song Oh Fields My Fields (Song of the Plains) Artist The Red Army Choir; Album The Red Army Choir; Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] IDOL Distribution (on behalf of Kosmos); SODRAC, Wise Music Group, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., and 13 Music Rights Societies.
  9. Recorded at the Mosfilm-Studios in , this technically- and artistically superb album is not a rehash of earlier recordings released in the West from the s through the s. The CD includes a small but informative booklet with historical background notes on the featured .

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