Women's stories 07/01/2000 (2000)

Telecast №81605, 1 part, duration: 0:26:02
Production: VID
Availability:Film hasn't been digitized
Anchor:Pushkina Tatjyana

Reel №1

The heroine of the program: Alla Bayanova, Soviet and Russian pop singer, performer of Russian songs and romances, People's Artist of the Russian Federation.

The presenter talks about the heroine and her artistic family.

A. Bayanova, continuing the topic of conversation, recalls her mother, how her father "stole" her from the balcony and took her to Paris.

There, the heroine took her first steps on stage.

Chronicle.

Paris 20-30s.

A romance performed by A. Bayanova sounds.

The heroine of the program recalls how she once sang the tabor song "Buran" and met Alexander Vertinsky.

He invited the young singer to work in the "Great Moscow Hermitage".

Chronicle. 30s.

A distinguished audience in a restaurant.

The heroine recalls her first marriage to the pianist Georges Ypsilanti, which lasted only five years.

What she regrets today.

Photos from the heroine's personal archive.

There is a romance performed by the heroine of the program.

A. Bayanova tells about a meeting with the richest landowner and aristocrat Stefan Shondryanu.

He is moving to his estate in Bucharest.

She practically stopped performing on stage.

In the performance of the heroine of the program, the romance "Chrysanthemums have long since bloomed in the garden"sounds.

A. Bayanova tells how once she was visited by a strange vision and how she believes it was prophetic.

Her husband was soon arrested.

She was kicked out of the manor.

She went to work in a restaurant.

There, an accident brought her together with an official of the Ministry of Culture, who helped her survive.

Photos from the heroine's personal archive.

The heroine sadly remembers her parents, her unfulfilled plans, and her desire to return to Russia.

He talks about his return to Leningrad, a stormy concert activity.

A fragment from the song by A. Vertinsky sounds.

Calendar: 07/01/2000

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