Opera "Nose", D. Shostakovich
"Nose" is the first opera of Dmitry Shostakovich, written in 1927-1928 on the story of the same name by Nikolai Gogol. According to the composer himself, he chose the story…

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ADRIANO CELENTANO: “IN SOUL I AM A HOUR”
Adriano Celentano - a unique phenomenon on the stage. All the artist’s universities are in the 5th grade of an elementary school and watchmaker’s workshop. But before this ingenious self-taught,…

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MODERN TALKING - GERMAN PHENOMENON
Modern Talking is a cult band. Its members have earned such fame, because their songs are recognizable by the first chords and are pulled to the dance floor. More than…

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VASILY SLIPAK. LIFE ON A HIGH NOTE

This opera singer considered Mephistopheles’s part in the opera Faust by Charles Gounod to be his favorite, and therefore his nickname appeared consonant – Myth. But the life of Vasily Slipak lived, albeit short, but as heroic as mythological characters. He gave the audience a rare and exceptional singing art. He was considered a real vocal miracle, and many teachers simply dreamed of working with Vasily in his class.

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Vasily Slipak was an extremely gifted opera singer; he possessed a subtle and limitless voice vibrato that drove the audience crazy. It was impossible to understand how such a powerful voice fits in such a slender and young performer. Famous teachers did not even want to classify his voice, calling it unique. In his forties, Vasily Slipak was an opera singer known throughout Europe, performed leading roles in many productions, had tremendous prospects, but when the war broke out in his homeland, he could not stay away … Continue reading

VASILY SLIPAK. LIFE ON A HIGH NOTE
This opera singer considered Mephistopheles's part in the opera Faust by Charles Gounod to be his favorite, and therefore his nickname appeared consonant - Myth. But the life of Vasily…

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MSTISLAV ROSTROPOVICH - CITIZEN OF THE WORLD
The greatest academic musician of the last century, Mstislav Rostropovich, not only had a unique performing talent, but was also a very principled person. He was not afraid to oppose…

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THE UNBEATABLE KING OF WALSA JOHANN STRAUS
Dance melodies, which were called music for the feet, were treated condescendingly in any era. Opera, oratorios and symphonies have always been considered noble genres, but all kinds of quadrille,…

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Patriarch of music Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
More than 170 years have passed since the birth of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky. Hundreds of books have been written about the great composer, published in different languages ​​around the world.…

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