Fly, Our Song.. (1962)
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AnnotationAbout the Moscow Song Festival of 1962.
Historical backgroundMay 27, 1962 in Moscow is the third city holiday songs.
Temporary descriptionThird City Song Festival Square in Moscow. The opening of the festival near the Conservatory. Choir running Sveshnikov Muradeli performs song "Hello future", the chorus, orchestra and soloist A. Eisen at the Bolshoi Theater performed the song "Hey, uhnem, choir singers Theater. Stanislavsky and Nemirovich-Danchenko in Pushkin Square sings "To the Stars"; artists Rozin and Fedorkin performing comic song battle of friends, singers and vocal groups performing on Mayakovsky Square, the actor sings "If they want to whether the Russian war, listening to people.
Moscow on a bright, summer day - LS.
Pedestrians on the streets of Moscow - LS., MS.
Song Festival opens at the monument PI Near Tchaikovsky Moscow Conservatory.
Combined choir under Professor Sveshnikov Muradeli composer sings "Hello, Future" (synchronous).
Muscovites listen - LS., MS., CU.
On the square in front of the Bolshoi Theater, accompanied by the Bolshoi Theatre Orchestra Honored Artist of the Republic Arthur Eisen performs the song "Hey, uhnem!" (Synchronous).
People in the square listening - LS., MS., CU.
In Pushkin Square artists and bands Musical Theater of Stanislavsky and Nemirovich Danchenko - performing the song "To the Stars" (synchronous) - LS., MS.
The audience applauded.
Rosin and soloists sing a song Fedorkin friends' (synchronous).
Concert in the square at the monument to Vladimir Mayakovsky: artist performs the song "Ready to whether the Russian war" (synchronous).
Illustrations to the words of the song: the people in the factories, in the fields and on construction sites.
Young children in the square of flocks of pigeons.
Fireworks over the ENEA and over Moscow - LS., CU.