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ЖЕМЧУЖИНЫ ЦЫГАНСКОГО РОМАНСА | TREASURES OF GYPSY SONGS



Забытые сокровища цыганского романса. Для вас поют: Юрий Морфесси, Шура Христофорова, Вадим Козин, Мария Наровская, Пола Негри, Сергей Чесноков и Паня Панина. Записи с пластинок 1920-1940-х годов.

Lost treasures of Russian Gypsy Songs performed by Vadim Kozin, Yuri Morfessi, Panya Panina, Maria Narovcky, Pola Negri and other singers.

Трек-лист:

1. Стаканчики граненые (Гелена Каренина) - 00:10
2. Шаленка (Паня Панина) - 02:40
3. Ну, целуй, не балуй (оркестр Давида Гейгнера) - 05:04
4. Ты почувствуй (Шура Христофорова) - 08:01
5. Шарабан (Юрий Морфесси) - 10:27
6. Бричка (Мария Наровская) - 12:48
7. О, позабудь (Николай Чесноков) - 15:21
8. Сердце (Шура Христофорова) - 18:55
9. Зачем было влюбляться (Вадим Козин) - 21:34
10. Что нам горе (Пола Негри) - 24:00

Track list:
 
1. The Faceted Glasses (Helena Karenina) - 00:10
2. Shawl (Panya Panina) - 02:40
3. Please, kiss me (David Geigner Orchestra) - 05:04
4. Just feel it (Alexandra Khristoforova) - 08:01
5. Country Carriage (Yuri Morfessi) - 10:27
6. A Coach (Maria Narovsky) - 12:48
7. Please, forget (Nikolay Checnokov) - 15:21
8. The Heart (Alexandra Khristoforova) - 18:55
9. Why did I fall in love? (Vadim Kozin) - 21:34
10. Why to be sorry? (Pola Negri) - 24:00

Russian romance (Русский романс) is a type of sentimental sung poetry influence that was developed in Imperial Russia.
By the early 20th century, several types of the Russian romance had emerged. An elite type of the Italianate opera-influenced song known as the "salon romance" is contrasted to the lower-class genre of "cruel romance" which features "senitimental courtship, illicit love, pained rejection, and often suicide". The latter is supposed to have given birth to the Russian chanson.
The Russian romance had its heyday in the 1910s and 1920s when the top performers included Anastasia Vyaltseva, Varvara Panina, Nadezhda Plevitskaya, Tamara Tsereteli, Pyotr Leshchenko, and Alexander Vertinsky. In the early Soviet era the genre was less favoured, as it was seen as a vestige of the pre-revolutionary "decadent and bourgeois" sensibility through much of the 20th century.
A new generation of singers, such as Valentina Ponomaryova and Nani Bregvadze, emerged in the 1970s. Several vocalists from the pre-WWII era, including Izabella Yurieva (1902–2000), Vadim Kozin (1903–1994) and Alla Bayanova (1914–2011), also returned to prominence in the late Soviet years. Alexander Malinin, Sergey Zakharov and Oleg Pogudin are among the Russian romance singers active in the 21st century. In 1994, . Alexander Malinin received the World Music Award as best selling Russian artist.

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