The most interesting facts about rock music
The creators of the famous band Offspring when choosing a guitarist were guided by far from musical interests. They just wanted to buy alcohol unhindered. The fact is that at…

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EVGENY MARTYNOV - SWAN OF THE SOVIET VARIETY
Coming from a simple family, Yevgeny Martynov managed to graduate with honors from the music and pedagogical institute, where teachers gave him the nickname “Gift” for his unique talent. A…

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LIGHT ENERGY BELIEF FAITH
With the name of Vera Brezhnev, the first association is associated with the group “VIA Gra”. The story of the most famous Ukrainian team, consisting of girls, began with attempt…

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Seventh is familiar even

How to start listening to Bach

“The Well-Tempered Clavier” is probably the most perfect piece in the history of music: two cycles of 24 preludes and fugues in all existing keys. The first Prelude in C major can be picked up on the piano by almost anyone, but then the cycle gradually becomes more and more difficult. And more interesting.

The Brandenburg Concerts are both a large-scale and compact cycle of six chapters from 10 to 20 minutes long. Six completely different concerts, united by purely Bach’s joy of life. Continue reading

WALKER IN THE NIGHT. FRANK SINATRA
With such a face, Frank Sinatra could become a successful intelligence officer - it was impossible to remember him. Small, inconspicuous, with gimlet of light eyes. But not with his…

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WALKER IN THE NIGHT. FRANK SINATRA
With such a face, Frank Sinatra could become a successful intelligence officer - it was impossible to remember him. Small, inconspicuous, with gimlet of light eyes. But not with his…

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FRIEND OF WIND DEMIS RUSSOS
Demis Roussos, performer of melodic love songs, is known to the whole world as the “Greek nightingale”. The popularity of a loving singer is equated to the popularity of the…

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LARISA MONDRUS, OR JUST LARISSA
Larisa Mondrus is called the number one star of Soviet pop music of the late 1960s and early 70s. And the first thing that pops up in my memory is…

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