Vocal Music from Russia & the Soviet Union

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Vocal Music from Russia & the Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Fri Aug 23, 2013 4:40 pm

Seeing as this volume covers composers from at least three other threads, I decided to start a new thread, one to which I hope to link several more volumes over time. I hope this is not in bad form, but I don't think Armenian composers belong in a 'Russian song' thread or vice-versa in a Caucasus thread.

Here's one of a large number of voice/piano volumes that was published during the Soviet era. Like many other 'Sovetskikh Kompositor' issues, this book covers a pretty vast geographical scope, including composers from Tajikistan (I had always assumed Balasanyan was simply an Armenian composer) and Armenia, and setting words from authors of Turkmenistan, ancient Japan, Spain, Kalmykia (a nation that lies north of Dagestan; the Kalmyks are the western-most group that adheres to Tibetan Buddhism), and the not-often-heard-from Caucasus region of Kabardino-Balkaria (the Balkars are a Turkic group). All in all, a deeply interesting volume.

Romances and Songs by Soviet Composers, for voice and piano (1978)

Eduard Aslanovich ABRAMIAN (ABRAMYAN) (Armenia) - Yearning (words by O. Tumanyan)
Sergei Artemyevich BALASANYAN (BALASANYANTS) (Tajikistan) - Guzel Weaves a Carpet (words by Turkmen writer Chary Kurbanklychev) (bio at http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... jq0D30-NcA )
Vladimir Mikhailovich BRUMBERG - Romances (5) on words by [the Balkar poet] Kaisyn Kuliyev; 1. 'I drank the water, flowing between the rocks...', 2. Dance (excerpt from a poem), 3. 'As you look between the leaves of an alder tree...', 4. 'You shake your sad, forgotten nest', 5. 'Only the dead do not know worries...' (composer's bio at http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... vWsoBXR2OA , poet's bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 )
Mikhail Oskarovich GRACHEV (Kalmykia) - A Garland of Melodies, Fantasy on the Kalmyk Folk Songs 'Khalga', 'Muktin', 'Stele', 'Song-Dance', 'Two Hearts', and 'Delyash' (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D989 )
Nikolai Petrovich GUBARKOV - Blue Eyes (words by A. Koltsov) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 )
Nikolai Petrovich GUBARKOV - 'Where are you, days of Mont, days of spring?' (words by A. Koltsov)
Mark Anatolyevich MINKOV - 'Leave me to cry in this field', from the cycle 'The Weeping Guitar' (words by F. Garcia-Lorca, poem entitled 'Ay!') (bio at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_Minkov )
Mark Anatolyevich MINKOV - Dance and Death, from the cycle 'The Weeping Guitar' (words by F. Garcia-Lorca, compiled by Minkov from two poems)
Mark Anatolyevich MINKOV - Landscape, from the cycle 'The Weeping Guitar' (words by F. Garcia-Lorca)
Tatiana Georgyevna SMIRNOVA - This Dream-World (words by Tsurayuki), from the cycle of songs on words by Japanese poets (bio at http://home.wanadoo.nl/ovar/smirnova.htm )
Tatiana Georgyevna SMIRNOVA - Love (words by Tomonori), from the cycle of songs on words by Japanese poets
Tatiana Georgyevna SMIRNOVA - Parting (words by unknown author), from the cycle of songs on words by Japanese poets
Vladimir Sergeyevich IVANNIKOV - Romances (4), on words by Ilya Ehrenburg (1945); 1. Statue of Aphrodite, 2. The Day Will Come, 3. 'Where the peaceful dolphins played...', 4. 'For what did he die?' (bio at http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... JeuYz4zWZg , author's bio at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ilya_Ehrenburg )
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

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Romances and Songs by Soviet Composers, for voice and piano (1979)

Geghuni (Geguni) Hovannesi CHITCHYAN (CHITCHIAN) (Armenia) - Song for Mothers (words by Silva Kaputikyan) (bio at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geghuni_Ho ... _Chitchian )
Tatiana Georgyevna SMIRNOVA - Capercaillie (Cock-of-the-wood), from the cycle 'Songs of Russia' (words by D. Kedrin) (poet's bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 )
Tatiana Georgyevna SMIRNOVA - Alenushka, from the cycle 'Songs of Russia' (words by D. Kedrin)
Inna ZHVANETSKAYA - Romances (4), on words by A. Isaakyan; 1. Sparkling Stars..., 2. In a Flood of Sunlight, 3. The Black and Swift-Winged Eagle..., 4. Nighttime. The Frost... (article at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 , poet's bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 )
Husain Faizullovich AKHMETOV (Bashkir) - If Life Deceives You (words by A. Pushkin), from the cycle 'Pushkiniana' (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 )
Merab Alekseyevich PARTSKHALADZE (Georgia) - How I Love Thee? (words by M. Kvlividze) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D989 )
Eldar oglu Seid RUSTAMOV (Azerbaijan) - 'Oh, if you weren't born there...' (words by B. Vagab-Zadeh) (bio at http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... MBGhjIN_ug )
Valery Vasilyevich PIYANKOV (PYANKOV) - Fun Horn, Fun!, from the cycle 'Russian Songs of Praise' (words by N. Tryapkin) (1974) (bio at http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... QXXwS-gnDg )
Vladimir Ilich RUBIN - Hussar's Song (words by D. Davydov) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 )
Vladimir Ilich RUBIN - The Miller (words by A. Pushkin)
Vyacheslav Ivanovich VOLKOV - Romances (3), on words by Kozma Prutkov; 1. Modern Greek Song, 2. German Ballad, 3. The Desire to be a Spaniard (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 , info on 'poet' at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kozma_Prutkov )
Bogdan Yakovlevich TROTSYUK (Azerbaijan) - Fables (4), on words by Sergei Mikhalkov; 1. The Non-Delivery Award (?), 2. The Insolent Hare, 3. Green and Boiled, 4. Death of the Bureaucrat (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 )
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

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Romances and Songs by Soviet Composers, for voice and piano (1980)

Mikhail Leonovich TARIVERDIYEV - Foliage (words by Leonid Martynov) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 , poet's bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 )
Dmitri Borisovich KABALEVSKY - Serenade of Don Quixote, from the music for the radio-play 'Don Quixote' (words by S. Bogomazov)
Tikhon Nikolayevich KHRENNIKOV - Lullaby, from the music for the play 'Once upon a Time' (words by A. Gladkov)
Bogdan Yakovlevich TROTSYUK (Azerbaijan) - Three Portraits (Fable) (words by S. Mikhalkov)
Bogdan Yakovlevich TROTSYUK (Azerbaijan) - Pigs and Pigs (Fable) (words by S. Mikhalkov)
Bogdan Yakovlevich TROTSYUK (Azerbaijan) - The Grey Donkey (Fable) (words by S. Mikhalkov)
Yuri Nikolayevich TYULIN - Ghazals (4) of Navoi; 1. Oh, My Dream!.., 2. Your Face Shined..., 3. Oh, Love!.., 4. I Touched the Face... (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D989 , poet's bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D989 )
Geghuni (Geguni) Hovannesi CHITCHYAN (CHITCHIAN) (Armenia) - In that Mountainous Country (words by Ye. Charents)
Geghuni (Geguni) Hovannesi CHITCHYAN (CHITCHIAN) (Armenia) - You are my Light (words by Ye. Charents)
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Mon Aug 26, 2013 1:50 am

Skipping forward a few years....

The bios for these composers are linked in other postings, unless otherwise noted:

Romances and Songs by Soviet Composers, for voice and piano (1983)

Yevgeniya Iosifovna YAKHINA - Vocal Triptych on Words by A. Pushkin; 1. 'Crow to crow flies...', 2. Nightingale, 3. 'In the field of pure silver...' (no bio available)
Durdy NURYEV (NURIYEV) (Turkmenistan) - The Fire of Love (on words of the 18th-century Turkmen poet Zelili)
Durdy NURYEV (NURIYEV) (Turkmenistan) - Despair (on words of the 18th-century Turkmen poet Zelili)
Igor Andreyevich YEGIKOV (EGIKOV) (Azerbaijan) - Tale of a Black Ring, song cycle on words of Anna Akhmatova
Zhanetta A. KUZNETSOVA - Plyasovaya Avdotia ('I do like a man in a field'), from the opera 'You are my Bread' (words by V. Viktorov) (no bio available)
Zhanetta A. KUZNETSOVA - Bride's Song, from the opera 'Avdotia-Ryazanochka' (words from folklore)
Zhanetta A. KUZNETSOVA - Baker's Song, from the opera 'Avdotia-Ryazanochka' (words by A. Osmushkin)
Zhanetta A. KUZNETSOVA - Song of Feni ('White Swan'), from the opera 'Non-Weeping Willow' (words by An. Smirnov)
Vladimir Mikhailovich BLOK - Nose, a comic ballad (words by A. Voznesensky, the pre-performance epigraph reads 'A nose grows throughout one's life (from scientific sources)')
Konstantin Romanovich GEIST (GEYST) (Mari) - 'Slow Death...' (words by A. Blok)
I. SOKOLOV - Singer in Prison (words by V. Rayevsky) (no bio available)
Vera Petrovna GERCHIK - Fully Weeping and Grieving (words by V. Rayevsky, in poem entitled 'Song') (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D738 )
Yevgeny Mikhailovich BOTYAROV - Above the Window Monthly (words by S. Yesenin)
Yevgeny Mikhailovich BOTYAROV - Dancer (words by S. Yesenin)
Romances and Songs by Soviet Composers, for voice and piano (1983).pdf
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

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Alexander Naumovich TSFASMAN
Songs (17), for voice (chorus) with piano (bayan, guitar) accompaniment (1977)

pg. 02 - Go, Labor Reserves (Sports March) (words by S. Vasilyev)
pg. 06 - Happiness and Peace to All (words by S. Bolotin and T. Sikorsky)
pg. 09 - Celebration (words by Yu. Kadashyevich)
pg. 12 - Favorite Song (words by N. Labkovsky)
pg. 18 - Three Waltzes (words by L. Davidovich and V. Dragunsky)
pg. 24 - My Love (song from the film, 'The Department Store Window') (words by M. Matusovsky)
pg. 27 - Bearded Beardless (words by. A. Bezymensky)
pg. 30 - If Not for your Eyes (words by K. Vishnevetsky)
pg. 33 - Classmate, Classmate, Dear Classmate (words by G. Shergov)
pg. 38 - Our Street Roars like the Sea (words by L. Davidovich and V. Dragunsky)
pg. 41 - Of the Spring (words by L. Davidovich)
pg. 45 - Romance (words by Ya. Khelemsky)
pg. 49 - A Month of Love (words by Z. Petrov)
pg. 52 - Light Brown Head (words by L. Davidovich and V. Dragunsky)
pg. 57 - If the Sadness Comes Sometimes (words by Yu. Kadashyevich)
pg. 64 - Because I Have You (words by Z. Petrov)
pg. 68 - Unhappy Meeting (words by ?)
Tsfasman - Songs (17), for voice (chorus) with piano (bayan, guitar) accompaniment (1977).pdf
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

Post by Ferruccio » Sun Sep 01, 2013 3:11 pm

Hey, thank you very much for the Tsfasman !!
I appreciate it very much.
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Thu Sep 05, 2013 3:43 pm

Here's an interesting volume that compiles various songs on the words of Alexander Blok, an important Russian poet from the early decades of the twentieth century. If anybody can shed some light on what the footnote on page 3 (poorly translated below) is referring to, I'd be interested to learn more. As can be seen from the examples of Gnesin, Shaporin, and Veselov, many of these are just selections from larger Blok song cycles. Otherwise, it's a very interesting mix of composers. Shcherbachev I'd heard of as a teacher to later composers like Boris Arapov and Revaz Gabichvadze. Gnesin is, of course, the brother of the three sisters who founded the music academy which bears that name. Shaporin was an important figure in early Soviet musical theater and taught several composers, including Rodion Shchedrin. Sviridov was a neoromantic composer who wrote a ridiculous amount of songs, choruses, and orchestral works that made him very popular in the USSR. Salmanov studied under the aforementioned Gnesin and went on to compose quite a bit of material after WWII, including a cycle of six string quartets which just recently saw republication and recording (on Northern Flowers, I think).

Romances on the Poems of Alexander Blok, for voice and piano (1975)

Note on pg. 3: 'from the extensive music "Blokiany", in this book are just a few songs by Soviet composers, arranged in chronological order, from the beginning written by his wife-to-date.'

Vladimir Vladimirovich SHCHERBACHEV - 'Do not sleep, do not remember...', op. 11 (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D989 )
Mikhail Fabianovich GNESIN - 'No one will say: "I am mad" ', from the A. Blok song cycle, op. 16/3 (1915)
Yuri Alexandrovich SHAPORIN - Wind Brought from Afar, from the song cycle 'Distant Youth', op. 12/4
Johann Grigoryevich ADMONI (Germany) - Savory Spirit of the March, from the vocal poem 'Circle' (bio at http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... MdMiyUY1Cg )
Vadim Nikolayevich SALMANOV - Song of Ophelia (bio at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vadim_Salmanov )
Georgy Vasilyevich SVIRIDOV - 'As a farewell, a passionate vow...', from the cycle 'Petersburg Songs'
Georgy Vasilyevich SVIRIDOV - 'We met with you in the temple...', from the cycle 'Petersburg Songs'
Vladimir Ilich RUBIN - 'Everything, that memory is trying to save me...', from a small cantata on the poems of A. Blok
Vladimir Ivanovich TSYTOVICH - 'Terribly cold evenings...' (bio at http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... KH127XmuDQ )
Vadim Fyodorovich VESELOV - Sound Approaching (bio and mp3s, including this song, at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D989 )
Romances on the Poems of Alexander Blok, for voice and piano (1975).pdf
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Wed Oct 16, 2013 7:29 am

We've seen some works by this member of the Krein family in the Scriabinists thread and elsewhere. A look at his bio ( http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... f9IIOl1Avw ) shows that he was quite the prolific composer and musicologist. I'm particularly interested in hearing more of his chamber output, especially the six string quartets (the last of which has been shared here and the others of which I've not yet seen or heard of). A recent Naxos CD included the first available recording of his viola sonata, but aside from that, his recorded legacy is very limited. Anyhow, this volume is one of many that were published in the Soviet Union that compiled selected songs from specific composers' overall oeuvres. I'm not sure when the songs were composed or whether or not they come from larger cycles. All that aside, it's great to see some more material from this interesting composer.

Julian (Yulian) Grigorievich KREIN
Romances, for voice and piano (pub. 1988)

contents:

pg. 03 - Flower (words by A. Pushkin)
pg. 07 - Bright Sun, Blue Dalyu (words by A. Blok)
pg. 10 - At Night (words by Omar Khayyum, translation by I. Tkhorzhevsky)
pg. 13 - Mast Leave Again... (words by M. Eminesku, translation by Yu. Kozhevnikov)
pg. 17 - In the Spring (words by I. Grigoryev)
pg. 22 - Burro (words by F. Zhamma, translation by E. Linetsky)
pg. 30 - Post Office (words by Zherara de Nervalya, translation by E. Linetsky)
pg. 34 - Evening Tune (vocalise)
pg. 39 - Thinking in Shades of Grey (words by Zh. Laforga, translation by E. Linetsky)
pg. 47 - Pont Mirabeau (words by G. Apollionaire, translation by the composer)
pg. 52 - Night (words by A. Pushkin)
pg. 56 - Garden in the Rain (words by Henri de Rene, translation by E. Linetsky)
Krein, J. - Romances, for voice and piano (1988).pdf
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Thu Oct 17, 2013 1:27 am

Romances and Songs by Soviet Composers, for voice and piano (1984)

Varvara Andrianovna GAIGEROVA (GAYGEROVA) - Bright Sun, Blue Dalyu ('ярким солнцем, синей далью', words by A. Blok) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D989 )
Varvara Andrianovna GAIGEROVA (GAYGEROVA) - My Beloved, My Prince, My Fiance... (words by A. Blok)
Varvara Andrianovna GAIGEROVA (GAYGEROVA) - Wait For Me (words by K. Simonov)
Rostislav Grigoryevich BOIKO (BOYKO) - A Gift in Vain, the Gift of a Random... (words by A. Pushkin)
Rostislav Grigoryevich BOIKO (BOYKO) - God Help You, My Friends (words by A. Pushkin)
Vladimir Sergeyevich IVANNIKOV - Statue of Aphrodite (words by I. Ehrenburg)
Dmitry Dmitryevich BLAGOY - Poems (2) by Lermontov; 1. From Goethe ('Alpine Peaks'), 2. From Heine ('They Loved Each Other') (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D989 )
Anatoly Yakovlevich LEPIN (Latvia) - You're Not the Same... (words by K. Simonov)
Eldar oglu Seid RUSTAMOV (Azerbaijan) - What Shall I Say... (words by A. Ziyataya, translation by M. Lapirov)
Alexey Alexeyevich MURAVLEV - Winter Lullaby (words by N. Berendgof) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D989 )
A. KOKOITI (KOKOYTI) (Ossetia) - Return (words by Yu. Polukhin) (no bio available)
Konstantin Romanovich GEIST (GEYST) (Mari El) - Love (words by S. Shchipachyev)
Georgy Konstantinovich KAMALDINOV (Lithuania, Belarus?) - Little Red Flowers (words by A. Anisimov)
Georgy Konstantinovich KAMALDINOV (Lithuania, Belarus?) - Birch (words by S. Shchipachyev)
Elizabeta Artashesovna TUMANYAN - You Left Me, Jamie... (words by R. Burns, translation by S. Marshak)
V. FEDOROV - Etel'ke (words by Hungarian poet Sh. Petofi, translation by N. Chukovsky) (no bio available)
N. MOKHOV - Snow (words by Finnish poet N. Laine, translation by V. Kazantsev) (no bio available)
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Re: Vocal Music from the former Soviet Union

Post by caostotale » Mon Oct 28, 2013 7:35 am

Here's an earlier collection, featuring numerous early Soviet composers. It's interesting that they included three different settings of the same Lermontov words. The film 'Masquerade' was a pretty big hit for its time.

Romances by Soviet Composers, for soprano and piano, book 1 (Pedagogical Vocal Repertoire) (1973)

Sergei Artemyevich AGABABOV (Dagestan) - Forest Ball (words by N. Sakonsky) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... bih%3D1020 )
Anatoly Nikolayevich ALEXANDROV - Thrush, op. 28/4 (words by T. E. Brown, translation by D. Usov)
Dimitri Ignatyevich ARAKISHVILI (Georgia) - Fountain of Bakhchisarai Palace (words by A. Pushkin)
Andrei Avanesovich BABAYEV (BABAEV) (Armenia) - Star Waltz (words by Vl. Kharitonov) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D989 )
Isai Yakovlevich GALKIN - Morning, from the cycle 'Song of Happiness' (words by M. Reshetnikov) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D989 )
Isai Yakovlevich GALKIN - Spring Night, from the cycle 'Song of Happiness' (words by I. Gavilov, translation by the composer)
Reinhold Moritzyevich GLIERE (Ukraine) - I Hear a Voice Caressing..., op. 46/1 (words by S. Makovsky)
Maria KOBAL - On a Hill, by a Seaside Garden..., from the cycle 'Love of a Sailor' (words by A. Surkov) (no bio available)
Zara Alexandrovna LEVINA - Here's a Flower Bloomed, from the cycle 'Musical Pictures' (words by E. Moshkovsky) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D989 )
Zara Alexandrovna LEVINA - We Go to You..., from the cycle 'Musical Pictures' (words by E. Moshkovsky)
Zara Alexandrovna LEVINA - Waltz (words by A. Bart)
Yury Abramovich LEVITIN (Ukraine) - He Kissed Me (words by R. Burns, translation by S. Marshak)
Yury Abramovich LEVITIN (Ukraine) - How Long the Green Dale has Bloomed... (words by R. Burns, translation by S. Marshak)
Mikhail Alexandrovich MATVEYEV (MATVEEV) - Human Tears (words by F. Tyutchev) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D989 )
Julius Sergeyevich MEITUS (Ukraine) - Cuckoo Cuckoo (words by A. Prokofyev) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D989 )
Nikolai Yakovlevich MYASKOVSKY - Do You Forget...?, op. 72/1 (words by M. Mendelsohn)
Nikolai Yakovlevich MYASKOVSKY - Like a Sail, that Sometimes Flickers, op. 72/2 (words by M. Mendelsohn)
Fyodor Nikolayevich NADENENKO (Ukraine) - Without You I Want to Tell You a Lot... (words by M. Lermontov) (bio at http://translate.google.com/translate?h ... 6bih%3D989 )
Mikhail Alekseyevich OSOKIN - Nightingale, op. 28/1 (words by S. Shchipachev)
Benedict Benedictovich PUSHKOV - Romance of Nina, from the film music for 'Masquerade' (words by M. Lermontov) (bio at http://translate.googleusercontent.com/ ... hxA5beRFzA )
Aram Ilich KHACHATURYAN (KHACHATURIAN) (Armenia) - Romance of Nina, from the music for the drama 'Masquerade' (words by M. Lermontov)
Vissarion Yakovlevich SHEBALIN - Romance of Nina, from the music for the drama 'Masquerade' (words by M. Lermontov)
Nikolai Petrovich RAKOV - The Heart is Knocking Again, from the cycle 'With You' (words by A. Dmokhovsky)
Tatiana Georgyevna SMIRNOVA - Beam on the Palm (words by V. Ramirez, translation by P. Vyacheslav)
Yuri Alexandrovich SHAPORIN - Breath the Coolness of the Night, a Spanish romance, op. 21/9 (words by S. Shchipachev)
Rustem Mukhamet-Khazeyevich YAKHIN (Tatarstan) - Star (words by K. Najmi, translation by T. Yan) (bio at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R%C3%B6st%C3%A4m_Yaxin )
Romances by Soviet Composers, for soprano and piano, book 1 (Pedagogical Vocal Repertoire) (1973).pdf
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