In her youth, Elena Surzhikova was struck by the songs of Patricia Carly “Forgive me this whim” and Margarita Velazquez “Besame Mucho”. “These are women!” She admired and once dreamed of writing her song and singing it just as well.
In life, Elena Pavlovna met interesting people, tried to imitate them. Like many, she tried to assert herself and prove to herself and others that she could take the set height. Caught on the path of life and those who did not believe in its success. Sometimes her own hands fell. All the emotions, impressions, joys of victories and sorrows gradually began to turn into songs. A childhood dream has come true.
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“Cranes” alone would have been more than enough for Jan Frenkel to enter the history of music and become a popularly loved composer. But “Russian Field”, “Old Waltz”, “Chase”, “Textile Town” and other compositions became just as popular. “My song is me,” said Yan Abramovich, revealing each time a completely different facet of his talent.
Violin as a medicine
Having once picked up a violin, a four-year-old boy began to realize his father’s dream to make a famous musician out of his son. Then the instrument literally saved the life of the child. In childhood, he was constantly overcome by illness. And when the doctors discovered the boy’s tuberculosis, they issued a terrible sentence – any draft could kill little Jan. Then the father found a way to tie his son to the house and almost did not let him out on the street – he Continue reading
We can say with confidence that, contrary to the common saying, nature had no time to rest on a child of genius when Maxim Dunaevsky was born. He had to combine all the creative potential of both parents – outstanding and extraordinary people. He successfully coped with this, becoming a famous composer. Many songs by Maxim Dunaevsky (“Call me, call!”, “The Wind of Change”, “Everything Passes”, “Fortune Teller”) are enjoyed by people of different ages on different continents, because they are surprisingly melodic and amazingly positive. It is for this reason that it’s hard not to fall in love with his work.
Maxim Isaakovich wrote hundreds of songs in his life, was a composer in several dozens of his favorite films, the author of musicals, his name thundered throughout the Soviet Union and now Dunaevsky’s music is in demand – famous performers of the CIS countries have worked and continue to work with him. Continue reading