Lev Leshchenko named Alexander Pakhmutov the composer of the century. We think that not only people of the Soviet generation will agree with this, but also those who, over the past quarter century, have been able to realize the full power of Alexandra Nikolaevna’s work. Only seven notes were needed by this great female composer to create outstanding musical accompaniment of an entire era.
Through the war – into the music
In appearance, a small and incredibly fragile woman was able to take a large place in the life of a vast country. She became a symbol of Soviet creativity, survived both happy and difficult years, but served exclusively her talent. Musicians say that the happy fate of a song is five years old, and Pakhmutova’s songs have been sung for decades. In Continue reading