Pioneerhood 1983 № 6 Let peace be the sky. Word for bread. First Concerto for violin and orchestra.
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1. The plot of "Let peace be the sky."
Drawing from pigeons and other drawings on the wall considering students.
American schoolgirl Samantha Smith at home bookshelves.
Samantha at the table reading a letter from Yuri Andropov.
Soviet pioneers in the street talk (synchronously) on the letter Samantha Smith and that they wrote to the US President.
Samantha with her parents.
The hands of children, depicting the posters of the world.
2. The plot of "The Tale of bread."
Pioneers with wooden shovels, ted grain.
Harvester in the field.
Bread Museum in Moscow school.
Guys dismantled clippings.
Guests at the Museum: noble farmer Hero of Socialist Labor Konstantin Borin.
Stand in the museum dedicated to K. Borin.
Newsreel 1942 .: cutting bread in the besieged Leningrad.
Of Leningrad in the reading room of the library.
Adjuster next to the pointer movement "Ladoga".
Trucks traveling on the frozen lake.
Stand with books about daily in the school museum.
Guest students: Nina Phillipovna Samoilov says (synchronous and behind the scenes) on the work on the bakery.
Spikes, a sheaf of wheat.
Women working in the baking of bread, rolls.
Pallets with bakery products.
3. The plot of "The First Violin Concerto."
Hall of the Conservatory on the scene goes young violinist pupil Special Music School at the Novosibirsk State Conservatory.
Glinka Vadim Repin.
Applause in the hall.
Vadim Repin performs First Violin Concerto Tikhon Khrennikov, accompanied by the State Symphony Orchestra of the USSR under Yevgeny Svetlanov.
Vadim Repin walking down the street with a violin in its case.
Vadim in the classroom with their teacher Zakhar Bron.
Repin plays with the orchestra, his teacher follows the student from the audience.
Vadim plays football, solves an example in mathematics.
Repin plays with the orchestra of the final product.
Conductor Vadim E. Svetlanov and shake hands.
Applause in the hall applauded Pahmutowa Vadim Repin, his teacher Z. Bron and composer Tikhon Khrennikov pose for press photographers.
Tikhon Khrennikov says (synchronously) about a young violinist.
Armfuls of flowers lie on the poster.
PersonnelEF Svetlanov - Soviet violinist, winner of the Lenin Prize, People's Artist of the USSR. AN Pakhmutova - Soviet composer, People's Artist of the USSR. Khrennikov, TN - Soviet composer, winner of the Lenin Prize, People's Artist of the USSR.
Society, social activities and community organizations; Museums and exhibitions; Musicians