Where are you, my brothers?

by Hvorostovsky, Dmitri,

Language: Russian
Format: Music CD 2003
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
Available (1)
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor Film & Audio--Music CD COMPACT DISC Vo Hvo 35895
Location  CLP - Main Library
Collection  Second Floor Film & Audio--Music CD
Call Number  COMPACT DISC Vo Hvo 35895
Somewhere far away = Gde-to daleko
Dark is the night = Tiomnaia noch
Unexpected waltz = Slutchaynyy val's
Where are you, my brothers? = Gde zhe vy teper', druz'ya-odnopolchane
On a nameless hill = Na bezymiannoy vysote
The roads = Dorogi
Soldiers are coming = Vot soldaty idut
Cranes = Zhuravli
In the trenches = V zemlianke
The sacred stone = Zavetnyy kamen'
Cossacks in Berlin = Kazaki v Berline
My Moscow = Moia Moskva
The road to the front = Dorozhka frontovaia (Pesenka frontovogo shofiora)
The hills of Manchuria = Na sopkakh Mandzhurii
The lonely accordion = Odinokaia garmon'
The last battle = Posledniy boi.

Additional Information
Subjects War songs -- Soviet Union.
Songs (Medium voice) with chamber orchestra.
World War, 1939-1945 -- Soviet Union -- Songs and music.
Publisher Hollywood, Calif. :Delos,2003
Other Titles Songs of the war years
Contributors Stet͡si͡uk, Evgeniĭ, arranger of music.
Orbelian, Constantine, conductor.
Moskovskiĭ kamernyĭ orkestr, performer.
Ansamblʹ "Stilʹ Pi͡ati", performer.
Kamernyĭ khor "Dukhovnoe Vozrozhdenie", performer.
Participants/Performers Dmitri Hvorostovsky, baritone ; Moscow Chamber Orchestra ; Constantine Orbelian, conductor ; Style of Five ; Spiritual Revival Choir of Russia.
Language Russian
Sung in Russian.
Notes Arrangements by Evgeny Stetsyuk.
Compact disc.
Program notes by Maya Pritsker, and biographical notes, and texts (transliterated) with English translations (22 p.) inserted in container.
Description 1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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