The voice of the legendary Ukrainian opera singer Dmitry Gnatyuk was heard in the best theaters in the world, so without exaggeration we can say that the whole planet applauded him. And he always and everywhere gave people his talent, through songs he spoke of love for the land, culture, language and never even allowed the thought that he could leave Ukraine. His work is a whole era in which the songs “About a rushnyk”, “Two colors”, “Cheremshina”, “You don’t like Yak, Kiev Miy” and many others sounded.
All the flowers of the world
They say about his life that the kilometers of all the tour routes of Dmitry Gnatyuk would be enough to get to the Moon, all the flowers donated to him for 70 years of creativity would not fit on the football field, and publications from the Continue reading
The singer Nazariy Yaremchuk lived unfairly shortly, but managed to become a legend of Ukrainian and Soviet pop. The songs “Chervona Ruta”, “Guy, Green Guy”, “Vodograi”, “Stozhari”, “Smerekova Hut”, “I Will Go to the Far Mountains” and others circled around the world with him. One poet said of Nazarius that from such soulful singing he had corns in his throat, and his voice became wings.
Love for the song
Nazariy Yaremchuk was born in the village of Rivne in the Chernivtsi region on November 30, 1951 in an ordinary peasant family. He was born when his father was 64 years old, his wife is 33 years younger. Despite this age difference, four children were brought up in the family, instilling in them a love for the singer Nazariy Yaremchukrodniy and Continue reading
The brilliant composer Frederic Chopin was very different from most of his predecessors and even contemporaries. He wrote works only for piano.
This unique creator left us no opera, no symphony, no overture. That is why his composing talent becomes so amazing, because Chopin managed to become an innovator in piano music.
Crying to the sound of music
March 1, 1810, a few dozen kilometers from Warsaw, in the village of Zhelyazova-Volya, a boy was born in the family of a Polish and a Frenchman, who was named Frederick. The family lived in the estate of the count. There, Chopin’s father worked as a teacher of his children. Soon Nicolas Chopin was offered to go to work in the Warsaw composer Frederic Continue reading