The Concert of the Alexandrov Red Army Choir (1962)

The concert of the Alexandrov Red Army Choir at the Tchaikovsky concert Hall in Moscow. USSR, Central Television, 1962.

CONCERT PLAY LIST:

00:00:39:19 “The people glorify the party” – Konstantin Gerasimov
00:07:37:04 “The Song About Russia” – Yevgeny Belyaev
00:11:30:10 “You Are Always Good” – Yevgeny Belyaev
00:15:15:04 “The Golden Rye” – Yevgeny Belyaev
00:20:12:21 “The Road Song” by Glinka – chorus
00:23:13:02 “The Ballad About the Moscow Boy” – Alexey Sergeev
00:31:02:09 “Under the Elm, Under the Oak” – Alexey Sergeev
00:34:16:14 “Verkhovina, my mother!” – Alexey Sergeev
00:38:04:17 “The Song About the Headman” – Georgy Andryuschenko
00:41:54:24 “The Coachman’s Song” – Georgy Andryuschenko
00:44:06:22 “The sentry at the post” – Vadim Ruslanov
00:48:16:15 “Soldiers, On the Road!” (or “Forward, on the Way!”) – chorus
00:52:24:21 “The Alarm Bells of Buchenwald” – Vadim Ruslanov
00:56:28:01 The Soldier’s Dance “Barynya”
01:04:08:00 “And we’ll be living at that time” – V. Chetverikov
01:08:48:23 “When soldiers sing” – chorus
01:13:28:19 “Before the far journey” – Yevgeny Belyaev
01:17:24:07 “Lovely Moonlit Night” – Yevgeny Belyaev
01:21:35:10 “La Golondrina” – Yevgeny Belyaev
01:24:22:03 “The Choir of Bandits” from “Ernani” Opera by Verdi
01:28:45:07 “Do Russians want another war?” – Vadim Ruslanov
01:32:18:05 “A soldier is always a soldier” – Vadim Ruslanov
01:35:11:17 “Take care, soldier!” – Ivan Bukreev
01:38:25:15 “Konakovo” – Ivan Bukreev
01:41:34:24 “No, sir, I will not marry!” – Ivan Bukreev
01:44:37:20 “Nice guy” – Ivan Bukreev
01:47:58:11 “26 July’s march” – chorus
01:50:52:13 The Soldier’s Dance “On the Halt”

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Soviet composers #1 – Anatoly Novikov and Vano Muradeli

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