Poems Vladimir Vysotsky in English

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Vladimir Vysotsky (25 January 1938 Moscow - July 25, 1980, Moscow) - Soviet actor, poet and singer-songwriter songs.Vladimir Vysotsky wrote many songs for films in which acted. As a man of versatile and creative, he took an active part in the creation of films. The repertoire of Vladimir Vysotsky consists of more than 600 songs and 200 poems that are still popular and does not lose relevance. At his concerts come a huge number of people. He charged all his energy, sincerity, his songs were close to almost all sectors of society and not leave anyone indifferent. His songs reflect different themes - war, criminals, humor, fabulous, romantic and lyrical, fairytale song or songs-dialogues. Vladimir Vysotsky went down in history as the author-performer of his songs under the Russian seven-string guitar. Following the results of opinion poll conducted in 2010, Vysotsky took second place in the list of "heroes of the XX century" after Yuri Gagarin. The survey, conducted by the Public Opinion Foundation in mid-July 2011, showed that, despite the decline of interest in the works of Vladimir Vysotsky, the absolute majority (98%) of Russians know the name "Vladimir Vysotsky" and 70% responded that his songs are pleasant, and consider it creativity important phenomenon of Russian culture of XX century.The life of Vladimir Semenovich cut short unexpectedly July 25, 1980 at 4:10 am.

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Descripción Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, United States, 2016. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Large Print. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Vladimir Vysotsky (25 January 1938 Moscow - July 25, 1980, Moscow) - Soviet actor, poet and singer-songwriter songs.Vladimir Vysotsky wrote many songs for films in which acted. As a man of versatile and creative, he took an active part in the creation of films. The repertoire of Vladimir Vysotsky consists of more than 600 songs and 200 poems that are still popular and does not lose relevance. At his concerts come a huge number of people. He charged all his energy, sincerity, his songs were close to almost all sectors of society and not leave anyone indifferent. His songs reflect different themes - war, criminals, humor, fabulous, romantic and lyrical, fairytale song or songs-dialogues. Vladimir Vysotsky went down in history as the author-performer of his songs under the Russian seven-string guitar. Following the results of opinion poll conducted in 2010, Vysotsky took second place in the list of heroes of the XX century after Yuri Gagarin. The survey, conducted by the Public Opinion Foundation in mid-July 2011, showed that, despite the decline of interest in the works of Vladimir Vysotsky, the absolute majority (98 ) of Russians know the name Vladimir Vysotsky and 70 responded that his songs are pleasant, and consider it creativity important phenomenon of Russian culture of XX century.The life of Vladimir Semenovich cut short unexpectedly July 25, 1980 at 4:10 am. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9781530131174

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