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Мемориальная страница Оскара Фельцмана

1921 - 2013

 

Он был универсальным композитором. Руку автора возвышенных романтических песен "Возвращения романса" и "Колыбельной", обыкновенному слушателю трудно признать и в легких шуточных - "Тумбочка" или "Айболит". Потому что они отличаются между собой жанрами и аранжировками. Объединяют их целостность, повествовательность и непременно качество музыки. Оскар Фельцман полагал, что каждый серьезный композитор должен уметь сочинять музыку в разных жанрах. Неудивительно, что этот композиторский дар в юноше из Одессы разглядел Дмитрий Шостакович и рекомендовал ему поступить в консерваторию в Москве.

 

Все, кто был знаком с Оскаром Фельцманом, отмечали его огромную любовь к музыке, которая была делом его жизни с юных лет. Самые известные его сочинения были созданы в течение 1950-х - 1980-х годов, в период сотрудничества с музыкальной редакцией Всесоюзного радио и фирмой грамзаписи "Мелодия". Первой в этой череде шлягеров стала песня "Теплоход", исполненная мэтром советской эстрады Леонидом Утесовым в 1954 году, одним из последних хитов - "Остров детства" в исполнении популярного актера театра и кино Михаила Боярского в 1985 году. Конечно, не только радио, но и пластинки выводили песни на эстрадную орбиту. Телевизионные музыкальные конкурсы, музыкальные телефильмы и концерты, транслируемые по ТВ, прибавляли еще больше известности его новым сочинениям.

 

В советский период творческие люди и коллективы получали не только поддержку, но и испытывали давление со стороны государства в лице худсоветов. И от успеха, и от немилости не был застрахован никто. Его песня "Ландыши" целых 23 года официально находилась под запретом и была изъята фондов радио. 

 

 

Парадокс, но именно в эти нелегкие времена в стране появлялось и множество песен, которые вошли в "золотой фонд" отечественной культуры. Оскар Фельцман создал немало комсомольских, трудовых и политических песен, но заслуженную всенародную любовь приобрели не они, ставшие своеобразными памятниками истории, а другие - трогательные, нежные и поэтичные песни о любви - такие как "Черное море мое", "Ландыши", "Венок Дуная", "Белый свет, "За полчаса до весны", "После дождя" и другие.

  

В 1960 году музыка Оскара Фельцмана перешагнула границы СССР. Японская группа "Dark Ducks" привезла на свои концерты в СССР в числе прочих его песню "Ландыши" на японском языке. Это было полной неожиданностью для автора, посетившего их Московский концерт. Гастроли советских исполнителей за рубежом тоже вносили свой вклад: его мелодии полюбились и их запели на польском, чешском, финском, испанском языках.

 

 

Сам Оскар Фельцман признавал, что сочинение музыки на слова давало всегда наилучший результат. И когда ему попадалась подходящая поэзия (далеко не все поэты годились на роль его соавторов), мелодия рождалась за мгновения. Свои лучшие песни он сочинил вместе с Р.Рождественским, М.Таничем, И.Шафераном, В.Войновичем, Н.Олевым и М.Рябининым. По праву первой в этом списке - автор "Ландышей" - поэтесса Ольга Клейнер, писавшая под псевдонимом Фадеева. Она первой предложила Оскару Борисовичу сотрудничество.

 

За редким исключением Оскар Фельцман переделывал тексты. Известна история песни "Старые слова" на стихи Р.Рождественского к телефильму "Это сильнее меня", которая не сразу удалась. Оскар Фельцман сказал поэту переписать первоначальный вариант текста, для того чтобы он лег на уже сочиненную мелодию. Новый вариант по сути оказался и другим произведением, идеально подошедшим к мелодии. 

 

Создание ответственных записей происходило при непосредственном художественном руководстве композитора. Оскар Фельцман самостоятельно делал инструментовки и выступал в качестве дирижера сборных инструментальных ансамблей. Чаще всего новые записи рождались в содружестве с лучшими музыкантами-аранжировщиками такими как В.Людвиковский, Ю.Силантьев, А.Броневицкий, Г.Гаранян. Постоянной являлась персональная работа композитора с исполнителями, среди которых был цвет советской эстрады: М.Магомаев, И.Кобзон, Ю.Гуляев, Г.Отс, Л.Лещенко, Э.Хиль, С.Захаров, В.Толкунова, Э.Пьеха, М.Кристалинская, А.Герман, А.Ведищева и другие.

 

 

Фонограммы записывались в Доме звукозаписи на улице Качалова (ныне Малая Никитская улица) для Всесоюзного радио, и в студии фирмы грамзаписи "Мелодия" на улице Станкевича (ныне - Вознесенский переулок), где работали первоклассные звукорежиссеры В.Бабушкин, Р.Рагимов и другие.

 

 В последние годы Оскар Фельцман также много работал. И последнее десятилетие подарило немало песенных шедевров, о которых пока неизвестно широкой публике.

 

Свою юбилейную коллекцию лучших произведений и записей за полувековую творческую карьеру Оскар Борисович назвал "Не только Ландыши..." Вашему вниманию представлена демо-версия этой коллекции. Все названия переведены на английский язык для знакомства с ними зарубежных поклонников.

 

 

1. "Three Old Worlds" 

1.       MUSLIM MAGOMAEV - Return of an Old Romance Song (Lyrics: I.Kokhanovsky), 1970

2.       EDITHA PIEKHA - Waltz by the Candle Light (Lyrics: A.Voznesensky), 1971

3.       "THE FLOWERS" (group leader: Stas Namin) - After the Rain (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1980

4.       LYUDMILA GURCHENKO Lullaby (Sleep My Darling, for July Night Is Only Six Hours Long) (Lyrics: R.Gamzatov, russian lyrics: N.Grebnev), 1978

5.       JOSEF KOBZON My Dear One (Lyrics: R.Gamzatov, russian lyrics: E.Nikolaevskaya), 1981

6.       VALENTINA TOLKUNOVA - In the Town of Noyabrsk (Lyrics: B.Dubrovin), 1995

7.       LEONID UTESOV - Your Ship Leaves for the Sea (Lyrics: L.Davidovich & V.Dragunsky), 1954

8.       LEV LESHENKO - I'll Never Forget You (Lyrics: R.Gamzatov, russian lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1976

9.       MUSLIM MAGOMAEV - To Woman with Love (Lyrics: R.Gamzatov, russian lyrics: Ya.Kozlovsky), 1972

10.    AUDA VEDISHEVA You Are the Love (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1969

11.    EDITHA PIEKHA - See Nothing (Lyrics: L.Oshanin), 1966

12.    LYUDMILA GURCHENKO - A Woman Can Do (lyrics: P.Gradov), 1985

13.    MUSLIM MAGOMAEV - Is That a Man? (Lyrics: R.Gamzatov, russian lyrics: Ya.Kozlovsky), 1973

14.    MAYA KRISTALLINSKAYA - Love Is Like a Song (Lyrics: V.Kharitonov), 1971

15.    VALERY LEONTIEV - Let's Make Half Step Towards Each Other [1st version] (Lyrics: A. Bogoslovsky), 1986

16.    EDITHA PIEKHA - Enlightenment (lyrics: M.Gettuev, russian lyrics: Ya.Seprin), 1975

17.    LEV LESHENKO - You're Not with Me (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1979

18.    OLGA VORONETS - All My World (Lyrics: M.Tanich & I.Shaferan), 1966

19.    MUSLIM MAGOMAEV - It's Not an Evening Yet (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1968

20.    LYUDMILA GURCHENKO - Three Old Words (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1974 

[1] The State Symphony Cinema Orchestra (conductor: Vladimir Terletsky); [2, 11, 16, 17, 20] Ensemble "Friendship" (leader: Alexander Bronevitskiy); [4, 8] Ensemble "Melody" (leader: Georgy Garanian); [5] Instrumental ensemble under the direction of Alexey Evsukov; [6] The Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra (conductor: Oscar Feltsman); [7] State Pop Orchestra of the Russian uSSR (leader: Leonid Utesov, conductor: Boris Kolotukhin); [9] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev) & Female Choir; [10] Orchestra under the direction of Vladimir Terletsky; [12] Ensemble "Moscow Lights" (leader: Oscar Feltsman); [13,19] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [14) Pop Orchestra; [15] Instrumental ensemble under the direction of Oscar Feltsman; [18] Russian folk-instruments ensemble (leader: Roman Mackiewicz)

 

2. "A Song Goes Round And Round" 

1.       LYUDMILA SENCHINA - Today I'm Called the Spring (Lyrics: V.Kharitonov), 1982

2.       JOSEF KOBZON The Town (Lyrics: A. Bogoslovsky), 1972

3.       EDWARD KHIL - Have Been No Sorrows (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1964,

4.       VALENTINA TOLKUNOVA - This Happiness, - What For? (lyrics: N.Dorizo), 1973

5.       GELENA VELIKANOVA - Lillies of the Valley, a Modest Bouquet (Lyrics: O.Fadeeva), 1958

6.       "GOOD FELLOWS" (group leader: Anatoly Kiselev) - Place in the Sun (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1979

7.       LEONID SEREBRENNIKOV & VALENTINA TOLKUNOVA - Discotheque Tango (Lyrics: B.Dubrovin), 1995

8.       EDWARD KHIL - A Song Goes Round And Round (Lyrics: M.Tanich, Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1965

9.       LEV LESHENKO My Disaster (lyrics: M.Gettuev, russian lyrics: Ya.Serpin), 1976

10.    LEONID SEREBRENNIKOV - Alexandrovskii Sad (lyrics: G.Sorokoumov, arr. Andrey Miansarov), 2008

11.    MUSLIM MAGOMAEV - Alone (And Whom to Blame?) (Lyrics: I.Kokhanovsky), 1973

12.    TAMARA GVERDTSITELI - Somebody Called Me on the Telephone (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1988

13.    YURY GULYAEV - When I Say Goodbye to You (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1968

14.    LYUDMILA GURCHENKO - Don't Lose Your Mind [2nd version] (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1995

15.    MICHAEL BOYARSKY - Plant Your Tree (lyrics: S.Osiashvili), 1986

16.    TATIANA CHUBINIDZE - Little Colt (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1986

17.    SERGEY ZAKHAROV - The Love (Which Came in Spring of Long Ago) (Lyrics: R.Gamzatov, russian lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1974

18.    VOCAL QAURTET "CHORD" - Manzherock (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1963

19.  "JOLLY FELLOWS" (group leader: Pavel Slobodkin), soloist: Igor Gataulin Farewell Forever (Lyrics: A.Voznesensky), 1977

20.    "THE FLOWERS" (group leader: Stas Namin), soloist: Alexander Losev - All the Flowers Have Eyes (Lyrics: R.Gamzatov, russian lyrics: N.Grebnev), 1973 

[1] Ensemble "Melody" (leader: Georgy Garanian); [2, 4, 13] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [3] The USSR Radio & TV Concert Ensemble (leader: Vadim Lyudvikovsky); [5, 8, 18] Instrumental ensembles; [7] The Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra (conductor: Alexander Petukhov); [9] Ensemble "Melody" (leader: Georgy Garanian) with Vocal Ensemble & Sting group; [11] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev) & Vocal quartet "Smile"; [12, 15] Instrumental ensemble under the direction of Oscar Feltsman; [16] Ensemble "Moscow Lights" (leader: Oscar Feltsman); [17] Female group of The USSR Radio & TV Ensemble "Soviet Song" & The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev)

 

3. "My Friends, I Believe"

1.       OSCAR FELTSMAN Who Make the Happening? (Lyrics: I.Kokhanovsky), 1972

2.       MUSLIM MAGOMAEV - From Birth to Eternity (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1972

3.       EDITHA PIEKHA - I Believe in Life (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1968

4.       ANATOLY GOROKHOV - Roofs Below (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1968

5.       LYUDMILA GURCHENKO - Help Two Lovers (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1985

6.       EDWARD KHIL - Prometeus Torch (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1968

7.       RADIO & TV USSR ENSEMBLE "SOVIET SONG" (choirmaster: Nikolai Sadikov, leader: Victor Krasnoshekov), soloist: Vladislav Konnov B-A-M (Baikal-to-Amur Main Line) (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky, arr. Mikhail Purichenko), 1974

8.       VALENTINA TOLKUNOVA Friends, When Real (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1975

9.       MAYA KRISTALLINSKAYA - Grown Up Daughters (lyrics: N.Dorizo), 1972

10.    VLADIMIR TROSHIN - Old Flyers (lyrics: Ya.Khelensky), 1971

11.    YURI BOGATIKOV - The Black Sea of Mine (lyrics: M.Matusovsky), 1990

12.    JOSEF KOBZON - Multi-Colour Ballad (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1971

13.    LEONID SEREBRENNIKOV & VALENTINA TOLKUNOVA - Home, Home We Long For (Lyrics: B.Dubrovin), 1995

14.    SERGEY ZAKHAROV - Here Comes A Man In Love (lyrics: M.Matusovsky), 1976

15.    JOSEF KOBZON - Town of Tents (Lyrics: M.Tanich), 1964

16.    OLEG ANOFRIEV - Robinsons of Our Times (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1964

17.    VLADIMIR TROSHIN - My Friends, I Believe (Fourteen Minutes Before Launch) (Lyrics: V.Voinovich), 1962

18.    EDITHA PIEKHA - Grow a Man (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1967

19.    MARK BERNES - Boundless Sky (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1969

20.    MUSLIM MAGOMAEV - Piece to Your Home (Lyrics: I.Kokhanovsky), 1977  

[1, 8, 10, 12, 14] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [2] Female Vocal Ensemble & The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [3, 18] Vocal Ensemble "Friendship" (leader: Alexander Bronevitsky); [4, 6] The USSR Radio & TV Concert Ensemble (leader: Vadim Lyudvikovsky); [5] Ensemble "Moscow Lights" (leader: Oscar Feltsman); [9, 18] Instrumental ensemble under the direction of Oscar Feltsman; [11) Exemplary Band of the Navy of USSR (conductor: Vladimir Solodakhin); [13] The Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra (conductor: Alexander Petukhov); [15) Vocal ensemble & Instrumental ensemble; [16] Vocal ensemble & Instrumental ensemble under the direction of Oscar Feltsman; [17] Instrumental quintet; [20] Vocal group of The USSR Radio & TV Ensemble "Soviet Song" & The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev) 

 

4. "Don't Be Sad" 

1.       IRINA ALLEGROVA - Love, Leave Me Free (lyrics: R.Kazakova), 1988

2.       NINA DORDA - My Vasya (lyrics: G.Khodosov), 1956

3.       "JOLLY FELLOWS" (group leader: Pavel Slobodkin), soloist: Alla Pugacheva What For? (lyrics: I.Reznik), 1978

4.       ANNA GERMAN - The Two (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1965

5.       EDITHA PIEKHA - Garland of Danube (Lyrics: E.Dolmatovsky), 1963

6.       MARK BERNES - Good Morning, Sunday! (Lyrics: O.Fadeeva), 1960

7.       VADIM MULERMAN & VERINIKA KRUGLOVA - Our Younger Sisters (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1968

8.       VLADIMIR NECHAEV Ladoushka (lyrics: V.Krakht), 1954

9.       MUSLIM MAGOMAEV - Season of Rains (Lyrics: N.Olev, arr.: Yuri Yakushev), 1970

10.    Tamara Kravtsova - Don't Be Sad (Lyrics: O.Fadeeva), 1975

11.    "JOLLY FELLOWS" (group leader: Pavel Slobodkin), soloist: Igor Gataullin - First Freezing Ice (Lyrics: A.Voznesensky), 1977

12.    LEV LESHENKO & "RANGE" (group leader: Igor Dorokhov) A Dream of Summer (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1981

13.    MAYA KRISTALLINSKAYA - Good Evening (Lyrics: M.Lisyansky), 1964

14.    YURY GULYAEV - Come to Me (Lyrics: V.Kharitonov & I.Shaferan), 1966

15.    VOCAL ENSEMBLE "FRIENDSHIP" (leader: Alexander Bronevitsky) & string section, vibraphone: Leonid Garin - Moscow Lights (Lyrics: A.Sofronov), 1971

16.    VALENTINA TOLKUNOVA - Old Folks (Lyrics: Yu.Garin), 1994

17.    GELENA VELIKANOVA Trains (lyrics: M.Matusovsky), 1958

18.    EDWARD KHIL - A Letter with No Address (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1966

19.    LYUDMILA CHEREPANOVA - When Will I Meet You, After All? (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1968

20.    MUSLIM MAGOMAEV - Not My Luck (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1969

 

[1, 13] Instrumental ensemble under the direction of Oscar Feltsman; [2] Pop orchestra under the direction of Yuri Saulski (leader: Eddie Rosner); [4] Instrumental quintet; [5] Vocal ensemble "Friendship" (leader: Alexander Bronevitsky); [6] Female vocal ensemble & Instrumental ensemble; [7, 9] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [8] The USSR Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra (conductor: Alexey Kovalev); [10] Ensemble "Melody" (leader: Georgy Garanian; [14, 18, 19] Instrumental Ensembles; [16] Instrumental Ensemble "Elegy" (leader: Valentina Tolkunova); [17] The Moscow State Estrada Theatre Orchestra (conductor: Nikolai Minkh); [20] The State Symphony Cinema Orchestra (conductor: Vladimir Terletsky) 

 

5. "All of My Life" 

1.       ANDREI MIRONOV - All of My Life (Lyrics: B.Dubrovin), 1982

2.       TATIANA LEVASHOVA, piano: Oscar Feltsman - A Candle Has Been Burning (lyrics: B.Pasternak), 2005

3.       MAYA KRISTALLINSKAYA - Please Don't Forget (lyrics: A.Gangov), 1967

4.      "JOLLY FELLOWS" (group leader: Pavel Slobodkin), soloist: Igor Gataulin - In a Blue Whirlpool (Lyrics: M.Lisyansky), 1977

5.       VLADIMIR ZOTOV - Three Minutes of Silence "SOS!" (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1970

6.       JOSEF KOBZON - When Two Meet (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1974

7.       MUSLIM MAGOMAEV - And Love Has Sadness (Lyrics: V.Kharitonov), 1973

8.       EDWARD KHIL - All the Four Sides of Earth (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1967

9.       VLADIMIR BUNCHIKOV - Underneath the Maple Trees (Lyrics: O.Fadeeva), 1954

10.    ANNA GERMAN - Snezhana (lyrics: V.Sokolov), 1965

11.    EDITHA PIEKHA - Lovers Patrol (Lyrics: V.Voinovich), 1963

12.    KLAVDIA SHULZHENKO Believe! (lyrics: L.Nekrasova), 1954

13.    IRINA BRZHEVSKAYA - To My Truly Friend (Lyrics: O.Fadeeva), 1961

14.    GEORG OTS - The Sympathetic Eyes (Lyrics: O.Fadeeva), 1956

15.    GELENA VELIKANOVA - The Spring Will Come, Whatever (lyrics: Z.Petrova), 1959

16.   "PESNYARI" (group leader: Vladimir Mulyavin), soloist: Vladimir Mulyavin - Half-hour Before Springtime (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1976

17.    OLGA VORONETS - Hey, You, Wind! (Lyrics: V.Kharitonov), 1975

18. SOFIA ROTARU & "RED RUE" (group leader: Anatoly Evdokimenko) - For You Only (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1978

19.    "GOOD FELLOWS" (group leader: Anatoly Kiselev), soloist: Vladimir Kostromin - Just a Passing Glance (Lyrics: E.Dolmatovsky), 1979

20.    SERGEY ZAKHAROV - Either Do I Have You Or Not? (Lyrics: L.Oshanin), 1987

 

[1] The State Symphony Cinema Orchestra; [3, 8, 13] Instrumental ensemble; [5] The USSR Radio & TV Concert Ensemble (leader: Vadim Lyudvikovsky); [6] The Sate Symphony Cinema Orchestra (conductor: Emin Khachaturyan); [7] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev) & Vocal quartet "Smile"; [9] The USSR Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra (conductor: Gaziz Dugashev); [10] Instrumental Ensemble under the direction of Vadim Gamalia; [11] Vocal Ensemble "Friendship" (leader: Alexander Bronevitsky); [14] Estonian Radio Pop Orchestra (conductor: Rostislav Merkulov); [15] Instrumental quintet; [17] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [20] Ensemble "Melody" (leader: Boris Frumkin) & Sting section, piano: Michael Link 

 

6. "Tomorrow"   (Patriotic Songs) 

1.       RED ARMY CHOIR (leader: Boris Alexandrov), soloist: Vadim Ruslanov - Old Soldiers, Put Your Medals On (Lyrics: V.Segeev), 1966

2.       NIKOLAI SOLOV'EV - It's Us (Who Inherits of the Glory of Our Fathers) (Lyrics: R.Gamzatov, russian lyrics: Ya.Kozlovsky), 1974

3.       LYUDMILA ZYKINA - Mothers Memory (Lyrics: I.Kokhanovsky), 1972

4.       MARK BERNES Songs Step Behind the Fathers (Lyrics: V.Segeev), 1963

5.       VALERY GAVRILOV - Ballad about the Regiment Colours (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1970

6.       THE USSR RADIO & TV ENSEMBLE "SOVIET SONG", soloist: Valery Barynin - Novorossyisk (We Fought for You) (lyrics: A.Galperina & Yu.Annenkov), 1982

7.       EDITHA PIEKHA Never! (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1968

8.       JOSEF KOBZON - Ballade about Immortality (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1970

9.       LYUDMILA ZYKINA - It's Still in People's Memory (Lyrics: E.Dolmatovsky), 1977

10.    MARK BERNES - Soldier, Serve (Lyrics: V.Segeev), 1965

11.    VLADIMIR BUNCHIKOV & VLADIMIR NECHAEV - Everything in Order in Armoured Forces (Lyrics: E.Dolmatovsky), 1962

12.    JOSEF KOBZON Tomorrow (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1974

13.    MUSLIM MAGOMAEV - Forever and Ever (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1972

14.    VADIM LYNKOVSKY & Ensemble "THE ROMANTICS" - Komsomol Tradition (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1968

15.    RED ARMY CHOIR (leader: Boris Alexandrov), soloist: Vadim Ruslanov - Oath to Motherland (Lyrics: V.Voinovich), 1962

16.    LEV LESHENKO - Paris Melody (lyrics: V.Lazarev), 1970

17.    JOSEF KOBZON - It's Komsomol Speaking (Lyrics: C.Solodar), 1968

18.    RADIO & TV USSR THE BIG CHILDREN CHOIR (choirmasters: Tatiana Anofrieva & Irina Kuleshova, leader: Victor Popov) - Young Pioneers of the Soviet land (lyrics: M.Plyatskovsky), 1982

19.    VLADIMIR TROSHIN - Komsomol of the Twenties (Lyrics: V.Voinovich), 1961

20.    TAMARA GVERDTSITELI - God Save You (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1990 

 

[2] Red Army Ensemble, The Moscow Military District (conductor: Suren Babloev) & The USSR Radio & TV Ensemble "Soviet Song" (conductor: Vadim Sudakov); [3] Radio & TV USSR Academic Orchestra of Russian Folk Instruments (conductor: Nikolai Nekrasov); [4] Instrumental Ensemble; [5, 8, 16, 18] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [6] The USSR Radio & TV Symphony and Popular Music (conductor: Alexander Mikhailov); [7] Vocal ensemble "Friendship" (leader: Alexander Bronevitsky); [9] The Russian folk ensemble "Russia" (leader: Lyudmila Zykina, conductor: Victor Gridin); [10, 19, 20] Instrumental ensemble under the direction of Oscar Feltsman; [11] The USSR Radio Song Ensemble, Male group (leader: Ananiy Andrusenko) & Folk-Instruments Orchestra (conductor: Ananiy Andrusenko); [12] The Sate Symphony Cinema Orchestra (conductor: Emin Khachaturyan); [13) The USSR Radio & TV Big Choir (leader: Klavdi Ptitsa) & The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [17] The State Moscow Choir (leader: Vladislav Sokolov) & The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev)

 

7. "Lads from Our Block" 

1.       VLADIMIR TROSHIN - My Home Town (lyrics: A.Aleksin) (1959)

2.       MARK BERNES - A Song of My Friend (Lyrics: L.Oshanin), 1964

3.       VOCAL ENSEMBLE "FRIENDSHIP" (leader: Alexander Bronevitsky) soloist: Anatoly Korolev - Planet of Virgin Lands (Lyrics: V.Kharitonov), 1962

4.       RED ARMY CHOIR (leader: Boris Alexandrov, orchestra conductor: Vyacheslav Korobko), soloist: Alexey Martynov - Graduation Officers Waltz (lyrics: B.Ratser & V.Konstantinov), 1980

5.       YURY DROBYASKO - Dance Floor (Lyrics: E.Dolmatovsky), 1965

6.       NINA DORDA In a Park in the Spring (lyrics: I.Fink), 1956

7.       OLGA CHIPOVSKAYA - Moon and Lovers (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1983

8.       "THE FLAME" (group leader: Sergei Berezin) - Two Branches Are We (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1978

9.       MAYA KRISTALLINSKAYA - Till Tomorrow! (Lyrics: M.Lisyansky), 1964

10.   VOCAL KVARTET "CHORD" - Lads from Our Block (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1964

11.   OLEG ANOFRIEV - Student Is the Only Name (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1964

12.   MICHAEL BOYARSKY - Believe in Yourself (Lyrics: N.Shemyatenkova), 1986

13.   "ORIZONT" (group leader: Oleg Milshtein) - Our Fields (Lyrics: V.Dukov), 1983

14.   "LIGHT-BLUE GUITARS" (group leader: Igor Granov) - KamAZ (Autoworks at the Kama River) (Lyrics: V.Kharitonov), 1973

15.   RED ARMY CHOIR (leader: Boris Alexandrov), soloist: Ivan Bukreev - Konanovo (A Town at the Volga) (Lyrics: M.Lisyansky), 1962

16.   NIKOLAI SOLOV'EV - Labour Song (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1973

17.   VOCAL ENSEMBLE "FRIENDSHIP" (leader: Alexander Bronevitsky), soloist: Toivo Sooster - My Saturday (Lyrics: L.Oshanin), 1967

18.   RAISA NEMENOVA Girl (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1964

19.   JOSEF KOBZON - With Our Lucky Hands (Lyrics: M.Tanich, Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1965

20.   VYACHESLAV OLKHOVSKY - Where We Used to Meet (Lyrics: B.Dubrovin, arr. Timur rizhikov), 2000 

[1] The USSR Radio & TV Large Choir group (choirmaster: Maria Bondar) & The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [2, 5, 9, 12, 18] Instrumental ensembles under the direction of Oscar Feltsman; [6] Pop orchestra under the direction of Yuri Saulski (leader: Eddie Rosner); [7] Ensemble "Melody" (leader: Boris Frumkin); [11] Vocal quartet "Spark" & Instrumental ensemble under the direction of Oscar Feltsman; [16] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [19] Vocal quartet & Instrumental ensemble under the direction of Ivan Livanov

 

8. "The Isle of Childhood" 

1.       "THE SINGING HEART" (group leader: Victor Vekshtein) - Learn to Listen to the Silence (Lyrics: A. Bogoslovsky), 1974

2.       GEORG OTS - Hail, Sochi! (lyrics: M.Lisyansky), 1962

3.       JOSEF KOBZON - Lullaby for Odessa (Lyrics: B.Dubrovin, arr. Andey Miansarov), 2003

4.       AUDA VEDISHEVA Eletheria (Which Means Freedom) (Lyrics: C.Solodar), 1969

5.       EDWARD KHIL - And Ships Are Sailing (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1967

6.       LEV LESHENKO Kaira Song (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1980

7.       VADIM MULERMAN - A Song (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1968

8.       ANNA GERMAN - You, My Mother (Lyrics: I.Kokhanovsky), 1974

9.       GEORG OTS - Way Home (Lyrics: V.voinovich), 1962

10.    LYUDMILA ZYKINA - A Path Ends (at the Edge) (Lyrics: G.Registan), 1971

11.    "THE SINGING HEART" (group leader: Victor Vekshtein) - It'll Heal (By the Wedding Day) (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1979

12.    IRINA ALLEGROVA - My Name is Love (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1985

13.    VALENTINA TOLKUNOVA - How Do You Do, My Son (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1991

14.    VALENTIN NIKULIN - Parents Song (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1972

15.    ZOYA KHARABADZE - Little Fir-tree (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1972

16.    MAYA KRISTALLINSKAYA People Are Like Rivers (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1968

17.    JOSEF KOBZON - Tell Me (Lyrics: R.Gamzatov, russian lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1975

18.    GALINA BESEDINA & SERGEI TARANENKO - Strangers - You and Me (lyrics: L.Voronova), 1994

19.    IRINA BRZHEVSKAYA And What For? (Lyrics: G.Fere), 1961

20.    MICHAEL BOYARSKY - The Isle of Childhood (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1985 

[2, 9] Pop orchestra under the direction of Victor Knushevitsky; [4] Orchestra; [5] Instrumental ensemble; [6) Vocal ensemble & Ensemble "Melody" (leader: Georgy Garanian); [7) Vocal quartet "Smile" & The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [8] Ensemble "Melody" (leader: Georgy Garanian) & string section; [10] The USSR Radio & TV Russian Folk-Instruments Orchestra (conductor: Vladimir Fedoseyev); [12, 20] Ensemble "Moscow Lights" (leader: Oscar Feltsman); [13] The USSR Radio & TV Committee Symphony and Popular Music Orchestra (conductor: Alexander Mikhailov); [14] Orchestra; [15] Children choir & Instrumental ensemble; [16] The Sate Symphony Cinema Orchestra (conductor: Emin Khachaturyan); [17] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [18] Ensemble under the direction of Sergey Taranenko, piano: Livon Ayriyan; [19] Instrumental ensemble under the direction of Albert Birchansky 

 

9. "That Was So..." 

1.       MARIA LUKACH Russia, Our Free Song (Lyrics: I.Kokhanovsky), 1971

2.       LYUDMILA ZYKINA - Near Three Roads (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1981

3.       JOSEF KOBZON - (Be as) Conscience of Those Who Didn't Return from War (Lyrics: R.Gamzatov, russian lyrics: Ya.Kozlovsky), 1980

4.       RED ARMY CHOIR (leader: Boris Alexandrov), soloists: Viktor buzlov, Edward Labkovsky - The Border (Lyrics: A.Sofronov, arr. Sassily Samsonenko), 1974

5.       LYUDMILA ZYKINA - Mother's Song (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1977

6.       EDWARD KHIL - For the Native Mother Earth (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1987

7.       JOSEF KOBZON - In a Dark Alleyway (Lyrics: Yu.Garin, arr. Andrey Miansarov), 2003

8.       JOSEF KOBZON - That Was So... So... So... (A Song Before the Latest One) (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1991

9.       "THE FLAME" (group leader: Nikolai Mikhaikov) - It'll Be Like This (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky, arr. Sergei Berezin), 1978

10.    LYUDMILA ZYKINA - A Song about Bread (Lyrics: V.Dukov), 1981

11.    BLACK SEA ARMY CHOIR (leader, conductor: Ivan Samofatov), soloist: Alexander Ivanov - On Behalf of Those Who Died in Battle (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky, choir arr.: Oleg Sherstuk, arr.: Igor Skripnichenko), 1983

12.    VALENTINA TOLKUNOVA - On the Ruins of a Landlord's Estate (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1992

13.    JOSEF KOBZON - Wartime Destiny (Lyrics: N.Shemyatenkova), 1988

14.    EVGENY MAKSIMENKO - Song about Volgograd (lyrics: L.Derbenev), 1963

15.    JOSEF KOBZON (Six-beamed) Stars (Lyrics: Yu.Garin), 2008

16.    JOSEF KOBZON - Ballad about Number "4444" (Lyrics: A. Bogoslovsky), 1972

17.    SERGEY ZAKHAROV A Little Nutlet (Lyrics: E.Dolmatovsky), 1987

18.    VADIM KOZIN (young) Memories of Landishi Bouquet (Lyrics: B.Dubrovin), 1995 

[1, 16] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [2, 10] Republican State Russian Folk Ensemble "Russia" (leader: Lyudmila Zykina, conductor: Victor Gridin); [3) The USSR Radio & TV Big Choir (leader: Klavdi Ptitsa) & The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [5] Instrumental ensemble under the direction of Oscar Feltsman; [6, 8, 13] The USSR Radio & TV Committee Symphony and Popular Music Orchestra (conductor: Alexander Mikhailov); [12] Radio & TV Committee Large Concert Orchestra (conductor: Oscar Feltsman, leader: Murad Kazhlaev); [14) All Union Radio Pop Orchestra under the direction of Vladimir Fedoseyev; [17] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (conductor Alexander Petukhov); [18] Instrumental ensemble

 

10. "Changes of Weather" 

1.       MARIA PAKHOMENKO - Indian Summer (lyrics: N.Kalinin), 1976

2.       LEONID BERGER - We Grow Older (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1972

3.       IRINA ALLEGROVA - A Child's Voice (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1985

4.       VYACHESLAV OLKHOVSKY - Mario Lanza (Lyrics: B.Dubrovin, arr. Timur Rizhikov), 2000

5.       VALENTINA TOLKUNOVA - Chopin's Birthday (Lyrics: B.Dubrovin), 1995

6.       "HELLO, SONG!" (group leader: Arkady Khaslavsky), soloist: Galina Sheveleva - You Asked Me... (Lyrics: V.Kharitonov), 1982

7.       MUSLIM MAGOMAEV - It Had to Be So (lyrics: N.Perepech), 1974

8.       SERGEY ZAKHAROV Twelve Months (Lyrics: N.Olev & I.Reznik), 1976

9.       YURI OKHOCHINSKY - Land of Sinegoria (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1987

10.    YURI BEREZIN - Changes of Weather (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1991

11.    OLGA ZARUBINA - Old Toy (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1988

12.    JOSEF KOBZON - Old Posters (Lyrics: Yu.Garin), 1999

13.    ANNA LITVINENKO - Little Birch Tree (Lyrics: N.Shemyatenkova, arr. Anatoly Tsadikovsky), 1988

14.    VALENTINA TOLKUNOVA - Little Romance Song (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1992

15.    ALLA IOSHPE & STAKHAN RAKHIMOV - Autumn Bells (Lyrics: Yu.Garin), 2000

16.    YULIAN VASIN - A Warm Glance (Lyrics: B.Dubrovin, arr. Alexander Bestuzhev), 1994

17.    XENIA GEORGIADI - Two Duelling Hearts (Lyrics: N.Olev), 1985

18.    JOSEF KOBZON - By Myself (Snow Whirls) (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1970 

[1] Pop orchastra under the direction of Oscar Feltsman; [2, 8] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [3, 17] Ensemble "Moscow Lights" (leader: Oscar Feltsman); [5] The Russian State Tele-Radio company "Ostankino" Academic Concert Orchestra under the direction of Oscar Feltsman; [7] Vocal quartet "Smile" & Pop Orchestra under the direction of Levon Mirabov; [9] synthesizers: Andrey Drozdov & Vladislav Petrovsky; [10] Instrumental ensemble; [11] Instrumental ensemble under the direction of Oscar Feltsman; [12] Orchestra (conductor: Igor Kantyukov); [13] The Russian instrumental ensemble (conductor: Anatoly Tsadikovsky); [14] Radio & TV Committee Large Concert Orchestra (conductor: Oscar Feltsman, leader: Murad Kazhlaev); [16] The Russian President Orchestra (conductor: Pavel Ovsyannikov); [18] The USSR Radio & TV Concert Ensemble (leader: Vadim Lyudvikovsky) 

 

11. "Eternal Theme" 

1.       OLEG ANOFRIEV - Smile (Always Wear It) (Lyrics: M.Tanich), 1976

2.       YUTI NIKULIN - My Comrade Circus (Lyrics: S.Bogomazov), 1971

3.       VADIM LYNKOVSKY & VOCAL QUARTET "CHORD" - Song of Radio Journalists (Lyrics: L.Oshanin), 1963

4.     THE BIG CHILDREN CHOIR's soloists: Dima Victorov, Dima Golov, Oleg Kasyanov (choirmasters: Tatiana Anofrieva, Jose Philippe, leader: Victor Popov) - Bad Mark (I Got Today in School) (Lyrics: M.Tanich), 1975

5.       VADIM MULERMAN Return (To Familiar Places) (Lyrics: E.Dolmatovsky), 1970

6.  JOSEF KRAPMAN - Song of an Actor (from 2nd Act of Operetta "Old Houses") (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1983

7.       GELENA VELIKANOVA - Rula-te Rula-la-la [2nd version] (Finnish trad., russian lyrics: V.Voinovich, arr. Oscar Feltsman), 1993

8.       JOSEF KOBZON Land of Polonina (Lyrics: A.Sofronov), 1972

9.      TATIANA SHMYGA & VITALY MISHLE - Duet of Zukie and Vlad (The Two of Us) (lyrics: E.Galperina & Yu.Annenkov), 1976

10.    MARIA PAKHOMENKO - But I Say ... (Lyrics: I.Shaferan), 1972

11.    IVAN ILICHEV - My Pearlie (Lyrics: Yu.Garin), 2009

12.    GALINA PETROVA, IGOR KALMIKOV, NINA ENGEL-UTINA NIKOLAI BAD'EV Finale (from Operetta "Old Houses") (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1983

13.    LEONID UTESOV - Song of Old Age (Lyrics: R.Rozhdestvensky), 1968

14.    EDITHA PIEKHA - Who Could Think of That? (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1983

15.    GALINA KAZAKOVA - Extraordinary Confession (lyrics: G.Shergova), 1958

16.    YURI VOLKOV - Sadovo-Samotechnaya (The Street I Love) (Lyrics: L.Davidovich & V.Dragunsky), 1953

17.    ALLA IOSHPE & STAKHAN RAKHIMOV - A Little Drawers-Table (Lyrics: Yu.Garin), 2002

18.    FEODOR CHEKHANKOV - Old Spinster (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1997

19.    "THE FLAME" (group leader: Sergei Berezin), soloist: Valery Belyanin - Aybolit, A Kind Doctor (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin, arr. Andrei Goncharov), 1988

20.    MICHAEL BOYARSKY - Where Do You Find the Time (To Lose)? (Lyrics: M.Ryabinin), 1985

21.    KRISTINA AGLINZ - Eternal Theme (lyrics: G.Kantor), 2008

22.    YURI VIZBOR - Stubborn Wings of a Bird (from film "Zimorodok") (lyrics: Yu.Yakovlev), 1972 

[1] Instrumental ensemble under the direction of Igor Granov; [2] Instrumental ensemble under the direction of Nikolai Sokolov; [4] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev); [5, 10] Instrumental ensembles; [6, 12] The Sverdlovsk State Musical Comedy Theatre Orchestra (conductor: Peter Gorbunov); [7] Instrumental ensemble; [8] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (conductor: Oscar Feltsman); [9] The Moscow Operetta Theater Orchestra (conductor: Vladimir Gorelik); [13] The State Pop Orchestra (leader: Leonid Utesov, conductor: Vladimir Starostin); [14] Ensemble under the direction of Gregory Kleymits; [15] Orchestra under the direction of Oleg Lundstrem; [16] The USSR Radio Committee Symphony Orchestra (conductor: Yuri Silant'ev); [18] The Russian President Orchestra (conductor: Pavel Ovsyannikov); [20] Ensemble "Moscow Lights" (leader: Oscar Feltsman); [22] The State Symphony Cinema Orchestra (conductor: Alexander Petukhov) 

 

12. "Songs without words" (instrumental music) 

1.       FINALE (from film "It's stronger than me"), 1973

2.       THE TWO OF US (from 2nd Act of operetta "Let the guitar playing"), 1977

3.       GOOD SPRING, 1958

4.       DANCE WITH US, 1959

5.       THE SONG IS ABOUT A SAILOR'S CAP (from the radio show " Famous Captains Club "), 1972

6.       PROLOGUE (from film "Zimorodok"), 1972

7.       THE BLACK SEA OF MINE (arr.Alexander Lukinovsky), 1973

8.       BALLAD ABOUT THE REGIMENT COLOURS (arr.: N.Kuznetsov), 1971

9.       PIECE TO YOUR HOME, 1981

10.    THE FIRST MEETING (1959)

11.    ANDANTE (2nd part of Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in E minor), 1962

12.    WALTZ-ACCORDION (1955)

13.    LULLABY (Sleep My Darling, for July Night Is Only Six Hours Long) (arr.: Igor Kantukov), 1984

14.    RETURN OF AN OLD ROMANCE (transcription: Peter Izootov), 1982

15.    CHANT (2nd Part of Suite on Slovenian themes) (1956)

16.    A SONG GOES ROUND AND ROUND (arr.Gegory Garanyan), 1973

17.    YOUNG INSPECTOR MOVEMENT, 1980

18.    POLKA, 1970

19.    MANZHEROCK (arr.Gegory Garanyan), 1977

20.    FLICKERING LIGHTS, 1987

21.    PARAPHRASE (on music themes of the performance "My brother plays the clarinet"), 1971

22.    MY FRIENDS, I BELIEVE (Fourteen Minutes Before Launch), 1975 

[1] The State Symphony Cinema Orchestra (conductor: Emin Khachaturyan), vocal: Valentina Tolkunova; [2] The Moscow Operetta Theatre Orchestra (conductor: Vladimir Gorelik); [3] The Light Music Orchestra (conductor: Alexander Varlamov); [4 ,10] The Moscow Estrada Theater Orchestra (conductor: Nicholai Minkh), [5, 8] Instrumental ensemble "The scope" [6] The State Symphony Cinema Orchestra (conductor: Alexander Petukhov), [7] Orchestra "Blue Screen" (condurtor: Boris Karamyshev); [9] The USSR Radio & TV Symphony and Popular Music Orchestra (conductor: Alexander Mikhailov); [ [11] The USSR State Symphony Orchestra (conductor: Nathan Rakhlin), violin: Boris Goldstein, [12] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Orchestra (conductor: Boris Karamyshev), accordion: Boris Tikhonov, [13] Ensemble "Melody" (leader: Boris Frumkin) & string section, [14] Piano: Peter Izotov; [15] The USSR Radio & TV Committee Pop Music Orchestra (conductor: Gennady Katz); [16] Ensemble "Melody " (leaders: Georgy Garanyan and Vladimir Chizhik) [17] Instrumental ensemble under the direction of Alexander Mikhailov; [18] Xylophone: Ilya Spivak, piano: Tatiana Bilibina; [19,22] Ensemble "Melody" (leader: Georgy Garanian); [20] The USSR Radio & TV Electronic instrument Orchestra (leader: Vyacheslav Mescherin) [21] The USSR Radio & TV Pop Symphony Orchestra (leader: Yuri Silant'ev)



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