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Name:Red Army Ensemble Volume II London, 1963

Total Size: 65.38 MB

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Read Me.txt (Size: 65.38 MB) (Files: 12)

 Read Me.txt

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 2-5 Zaparozhtsi Dance.mp3

8.26 MB

 2-4 Annie Laurie.mp3

6.24 MB

 2-3 Ukrainian Poem.mp3

9.47 MB

 2-2 Song of the Plains.mp3

4.37 MB

 2-1 A Birch Tree In a Field Did Stand.mp3

4.78 MB

 1-6 Kalinka.mp3

6.80 MB

 1-5 You Are Always Beautiful.mp3

4.82 MB

 1-4 Ah! Lovely Night.mp3

5.61 MB

 1-3 Kamarinskaya.mp3

4.95 MB

 1-2 Beautiful Moonlit Night.mp3

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 1-1 The Courageous Don Cossacks.mp3

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Artist: Red Army Ensemble (formerly Soviet Army Chorus and Band).
Title: Volume II.
Year: 1963.

NOTE. This album was recorded from its original release as a vinyl record; thus, surface noise will be audible.

SIDE 1. 1. The Courageous Don Cossacks.
A traditional Don Cossack song praising the exploits of the Russian soldiers who routed Napoleon's army in 1812.

2. Beautiful Moonlit Night.
Ukrainian folk song.
Soloist: E. Belayaev.
"How beautiful is the spring night! how bright the moon! Come and meat me, my love; come but for a little while, and I shall be the happiest man on earth. Look how the mist spreads over the fields--but if you are cold, my love, I shall press you to my heart."

3. Kamarinskaya.
Russian folk song.
Balalaika Soloist: E. Foektistov.
The balalaika is of course the most typical of Russian folk instruments, and this arrangement calls for true virtuoso playing.

4. Ah! Lovely Night!
Russian folk song.
Soloist: N. Polozkov.
"How shall I spend this beautiful night? My dear one has left me and I am all alone."

5. You Are Always Beautiful.
Music: B. Mokrousov.
Words: N. Gleizerov.
Soloist: E. Belayaev.
"Happy or sad, my beloved, you are always beautiful. Beautiful as a song, as a Russian soul! Though the northern evening is cold, with you it is warm! Our wedding day dawns soon; happiness will be ours, and you will be my life's companion, my beloved."

6. Kalinka.
Russian folk song.
Soloist: E. Belayaev.
"Make my couch beneath the green pine tree. Do not whisper above me, pine tree; let me dream of my beloved."

SIDE 2. 1. A Birch Tree In a Field Did Stand.
Beryozonka Russian folk song.
Soloist: I. Didenko.
"There's a bushy birch tree standing in the meadow; no one ever pays any attention to it. I'll go down to the birch, break off a twig and make myself a flute to play on."
The refrain is an untranslateable play on words. Tchaikovsky used the melody of this song, with some variations, in the Finale of his fourth symphony.

2. Song of the Plains.
Music: L. Knipper.
Words: V. Gusev.
"Soviet soldiers ride through the green plains of their beloved land singing joyfully. All is peaceful, and the people work happily for the future of their homeland."

3. Ukrainian Poem.
Music: A. V. Alexandrov.
Words: O. Kolychev.
Soloist: A. Sergeyev.
This song recounts how, in 1942, all of the Ukraine was under German occupation. Ancient Kiev and the Dnieper River were cut off from the rest of the country. Then the Soviet Army attacked, driving off the enemy, and liberating towns and villages, where they were hailed and welcomed with joy by the population.

4. Annie Laurie.
Scottish folk song.
Soloist: E. Belayaev.
The internationally-cherished love song, sung in English.

5. Zaparozhtsi Dance.
Soldiers' dance.
B. Alexandrov.
Frequently programmed by the ensemble as their concluding number, this gay melody accompanies a dance of flashing sword-play and spectacular leaps.

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