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Poetry
  • Artista:
    Mikhail Isakovsky
  • Título:
    Mikhail Isakovsky
  • Género:
  • Estilo:
    Poetry
  • Fecha de publicación:
    1963
  • País:
    USSR
  • Tamaño Versión FLAC
    2904 mb
  • Tamaño Versión MP3
    1276 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    2715 mb
  • Clasificación:
    4.3
  • Votos:
    630
  • Registro de:
    Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM, EP, Repress, Mono

Lista de canciones

1Over The Meadow Again...
2Oh, Hear Me Sing
3To Russian Women
4Childhood
5My Native Land Smolensk
6Spring-Time
7I Grew Up In A Remote Place

Créditos

  • Lyrics By, Read ByMikhail Isakovsky

Notas

In Russian

А1. Я Вырос В Захолустной Стороне.
А2. Край Мой Смоленский.
А3. Русской Женщине.
А4. Весна.
В1. Детство.
В2. Опять Печалится Над Лугом.
В3. Услышь Меня, Хорошая…

Códigos de barras

  • Other (State Standard): ТУ 35 ХП 558-63

Álbum

Mikhail Vasil'evich Isakovsky Russian: Михаил Васильевич Исаковский 19 January 1900 20 July 1973 was a Russian poet. A communist from an early age, he wrote many poems and songs in praise of the Soviet Union, but his most famous song is doubtless the rather apolitical Katyusha. Mikhail Isakovsky was born in the village of Glotovka, Yelnya Uyezd, Smolensk Governorate, to a poor peasant family of ethnic Russians. A local priest taught him to read and write. Later he studied at. Listen to music from Mikhail Isakovsky like Katyusha. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Mikhail and work for Mikhail Isakovsky, Listen to classical music and albums or compositions by Mikhail Isakovsky online. MIKHAIL ISAKOVSKY. View by Role: Non-Classical Composer Lyricist. Role: Non-Classical Composer. Album Title. Catalogue No. Work Category. Стихотворение Враги сожгли родную хату. Прасковья Михаил Исаковский написал в 1945 году. Впервые оно было опубликовано в журнале Знамя в 1946 году. Стихотворение попалось на глаза Александру Твардовскому, и тот посоветовал Блантеру положить его на музыку. Первоначально эта идея не нашла понимания у Исаковского, но Блантер сумел переубедить его и сочинил музыку. Вскоре она прозвучала на радио в исполнении Владимира Нечаева, но практически сразу же была запрещена к дальнейшему исполнению. Listen to music from Михаил Исаковский like Снова замерло всё до рассвета, Катюша & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Михаил Исаковский. All albums Михаил Исаковский in our catalog. Mikhail Isakovsky, a Soviet songwriter, Hero of Socialist Labour, two-time winner of the Stalin Prize, 1st degree, was born on January 19, 1900, in the village of Glotovka, Yelnya Uyezd. During his 50-year career, Mikhail Isakovsky wrote around 250 poems. Vladimir Zakharov, one of the leaders of the Pyatnitsky Choir, was the first to put Mikhail Isakovsky poems to music. The composers who worked with his texts included Matvei Blanter, Nikita Bogoslovsky, Vasily Solovyov-Sedoi, Isaak Dunayevsky and Boris Mokrousov. Katyusha is the most famous song by Mikhail Isakovsky. Mikhail Vasil'evich Isakovsky Russian: Михаил Васильевич Исаковский Glotovka, Smolensk Governorate, 19 January 1900 - Moscow, 20 July 1973 was a Russian poet, a laureate of two USSR State Prizes 1943, 1949, a Hero of Socialist Labor 1970. A member of CPSU since 1918. A communist from an early age, he wrote many poems and songs in praise of the regime but his most famous song is doubtless the rather apolitical Katyusha. Mikhail Isakovsky: Russian poet. Songs for the Front: Dunaevsky: The Beethoven Concerto: Oh, How Great, 4 a Cappella Choruses to Words by M. Isakovsky, Op. 50: No. 4, Autumn, 4 a Cappella Choruses to Words by M. 3, It Is fine to stroll in spring и другие песни. AP Mikhail V. Isakovsky, whose songs and poems have passed into Russian folklore, has died at the age of 73, Tass, the gov ernment press agency, reported today. His official obituary was signed by Leonid I. Brezhnev, the Communist party leader, President Nikolai V. Podgorny and Premier Alexei N. Isakovsky, a Communist party member since 1918, rare ly if ever strayed froth its view of a poet's role. His most popu lar works were poems and songs in the patriotic vein of World War II, including the folk melody, Katyusha. He re ceived what was then the Stalin Prize in 1943 and