Art songs of Soviet Russia
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Art songs of Soviet Russia a panorama of Soviet life in song. With the original text. by Charles Haywood

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Published by E.B. Marks Music Corp. in New York .
Written in English


  • Songs with piano,
  • Songs, Russian

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Edition Notes

For voice and piano.

StatementLiteral text translation by Charles Haywood. English adaptations by Olga Paul.
LC ClassificationsM1619 H38 A7
The Physical Object
Pagination64 p.
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14774712M

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Alexander Malinin, Sergey Zakharov and Oleg Pogudin are among the Russian romance singers active in the 21st century. César Cui's book Russian Art Song: A Study of Its Development was translated in J.R. Walker’s Classical Essays on the Development of Russian Art Songs (Northfield, MN, ). Notable songs. Black Eyes; Shine, Shine, My Star. The Sacred War () March of the defenders of Moscow () Leonid Utyosov - Mishka from Odessa () Klavdia Shulgenko - Blue ker. Notable songs from Russia include Boldly, Comrades, in Step, Workers' Marseillaise, and Rage, Tyrants. Folk and revolutionary songs influenced the Soviet mass songs. The mass song was a leading genre in Soviet music, especially during the s and the war. The mass song influenced other genres, including the art song, opera, and film music. Arguably, the most famous Russian song is ’s often used in movies when the action switches to Russia, or when Russian characters enter the scene - similar to the way the Eiffel Tower.