David Tukhmanov

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David Tukhmanov
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Background information
Native name Дави́д Фёдорович Тухма́нов
Birth name David Fyodorovich Tukhmanov
Born (1940-07-20) July 20, 1940 (age 74)
Moscow, USSR
Genres Art rock, Pop music, new wave, modern classical,
Occupations Composer
Years active 1961—present

David Fyodorovich Tukhmanov PAR (Russian: Дави́д Фёдорович Тухма́нов, was born on July 20, 1940, in Moscow, USSR) is a Soviet and Russian composer. State Prize of Russian Federation (2003).[1]

Biography[edit]

Tukhmanov is the son of the engineer, the Armenian Fyodor Davidovich Tukhmanov and the teacher of music Vera Anatolyevna Karasyova.[2] He had engaged in music under the direction of mother and wrote first piece of music ("lezginka"), when he was four years old. Then he has finished Gnesins musical school (1958) and composer's branch of Gnesins Musical College (1963). His degree's work was the oratorio for soloists, chorus and an orchestra Distance After Distance, which is based on fragments of the big poem by Alexander Tvardovsky.[1]

Tukhmanov is known for the Soviet hits such as "Victory Day" ("Den Pobedy") and other very popular songs (in the end of 1960s, in 1970s and 1980s). His first hit was "Last Electrichka" (1968).[1][3]

In 1972[4] Tukhmanov has released his first author's album How the World is Fine and further he created an album-suite On a Wave of My Memory (1975).[1]

In 1973 Tukhmanov wrote songs and music for TV film These Cheerful Planet.[5] In the next year he has released soundtrack album, which included also other songs.[6]

The idea of On a Wave of My Memory belonged to Tatyana Sashko, the wife of David Tukhmanov, and she has found classical poems for an album. It was the first conceptual Russian album. Three years ago, in 1972, How the World Is Fine was trial work.[7]

Some amateurs of rock said that On a Wave of My Memory is a Russian Sergeant (they meant Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band). I would prefer to recollect «great albums» of Pink Floyd, but I want to tell about another. Imagine the circle and place the tracks clockwise. You will see from right to left and from top to down:

Top — Prologue (Voloshin) & Epilogue (Mickiewicz)

Top chord — Female songs (Sappho & Akhmatova)

Diameter — German poetry (Vagantes & Goethe)

Down chord — French poetry (Baudelaire & Verlaine)

Down — Shelley, Invisible Counterpoint, Guillén
Vadim Nikolayev, Notes About Russian Rock[8]

In January, 1981, Tukhmanov organized rock band Moscva (Moscow) — Nikolai Noskov (vocals, rhythm guitar), Alexey Belov (vocals, lead guitar, keyboards), Dmitry Serebryakov (drums). In 1982 Moscva released an album UFO.[9] Musical critic Yuri Filinov has noted that UFO «is rather far from structure of thinking in Western rock» (though arrangements, instruments, rhytmes were modern). Filinov also has defined an album as noncommercial disk.[10] Perhaps, before of these fact Tukhmanov ceased to write songs for the band. In the spring of 1984 Noskov left the band, and soon he recorded Tukhmanov's song "Night". In 1985 Moscva recorded Tukhmanov's song "XXIII Century".[11]

In 1984 and in 1985 Tukhmanov wrote five songs for Alexander Barykin's Carnaval (an album Steps).[12] In the same years he wrote all songs for mini-album of Estonian Soviet pop singer Jaak Joala Love Itself.[13] In 1985 Tukhmanov also has released an album War Songs, dedicating to the 40th anniversary of Soviet victory in Second World War.[14]

In 1986 Tukhmanov wrote music and songs for TV film The Travel of M. Perrichon (adaptation of Eugène Labiche's vaudeville).[15] In the next year he has released his second soundtrack album.[16]

In 1986 Tukhmanov also organized pop band Electroclub, which released three albums.[17][18][19] In 1989, after his work with Electroclub, Tukhmanov created the musical Thief of Bagdad (together with poet and lyricist Yuri Entin). Premiere has taken place in 1990 — in Moscow (theatre Satiricon) and in Sverdlovsk.[1] This musical is directed till now in many cities of Russia.[20]

After the disintegration of USSR Tukhmanov has emigrated to Germany. In 1995 he returned and wrote together with Entin six cycles of songs for children (he also wrote the hymn of children's animated festival «Golden Fish»). He wrote cycle Square Windows (based on the poems by Innokenty Annensky) too.[1] In 2007 Tukhmanov wrote songs for literary-musical composition, which based on the poems by Alexander Pushkin.[20] CD Long Live the Muses! has released in 2009, to 210 years from the birth of Pushkin.[21]

In 2007 Tukhmanov and Yuri Entin has finished their second variant of the musical Evening in Copenhagen (on motives of Nikolai Erdman's play The Mandate).[20]

Tukhmanov also came back to classical style. In 2002 he created the oratorio Legend of Yermak for big chorus, the soloists and an orchestra. In the end of 2005 he has finished his creation of an opera Ekaterina the Great.[1] Ekaterina the Great (libretto by Yuri Ryashentsev and Galina Polidi) has been directed in the theatre Gelikon Opera under the title Tsaritsa. Premiere has taken place in 2009, in Saint Petersburg.[22]

Tukhmanov wrote triptych for a mezzo-soprano and a piano Dream of Sebastian, or Saint Night (bazed on the poems by Georg Trakl). The first performance has taken place in 2007, in Moscow.[20]

In 1998 Tukhmanov is invited to musical direction of World Olympic Junior Games in Moscow and wrote music to this competitions. He did the same in 2002. In 2000, when Tukhmanov was 60 years old, he organized jubilee's concert, and he organized author's concert Attraction of Love in 2004.[1] In 2010, when Tukhmanov was 70 years old, Igor Krutoy was the producer of jubilee's concert in Jūrmala. In the same year Tukhmanov has released solo album Tango of Boris Poplavsky's Dreams.[20]

In 2012 Tukhmanov has taken part in jubilee's concert of Lev Leshchenko and in a concert DIALOGUES AT WITNESSES with Andrey Maximov. Not Formatted David TUKHMANOV.[20] In 2013 he has taken part in jubilee's concert of Valeriya.[23]

In September 18, 2013, Tukhmanov has taken part in the shooting of TV broadcast Property of the Republic ("DOstoyaniye REspubliki"; Do is a note C on Russian and Re is a note D on Russian), which has been dedicated to his creativity.[20] TV broadcast has been appeared on October 6. On the results of voting (by TV spectators and spectators in studio) Victory Day has been recognized as Tukhmanov's best song.[24]

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Discography[edit]

Russian title English translation Year
«Песни Давида Тухманова» David Tukhmanov's Songs 1970(EP)[25]

1. Valery Obodzinsky — These Eyes Opposite (lyric by Tatyana Sashko)

2. Leonid Berger & Vesiolie Rebiata — It's Not Simple to Be Together (lyric by Mikhail Plyatskovsky)

3. Tatyana Sashko — Russia (lyric by Mikhail Nojkin)

4. Vocal quartet Gaya — Free Evening (lyric by Mikhail Nojkin)

Russian title English translation Year
«Как прекрасен мир» How the World Is Fine 1972(LP),[4] 1997(CD)[26]

1. Vesiolie Rebiata (the soloist — Leonid Berger) — Love Is the Child of a Planet (based on the poem by Yevgeny Yevtushenko)

2. Nina Brodskaya — You Only Be Silent (lyric by Mikhail Nojkin)

3. Vesiolie Rebiata (the soloist — Leonid Berger) — Sleep, My Love (based on the poem by Yevgeny Yevtushenko)

4. Nina Brodskaya — The Captain (based on the poem by Igor Kobzev)

5. Alexander Gradsky — Gioconda (lyric by Tatyana Sashko)

6. Galina Nenasheva — Day Without a Shot (based on the poem by Mikhail Dudin)

7. Yuri Antonov and Tatyana Sashko — How This World Is Fine (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)[27]

8. Vesiolie Rebiata (the soloist — Leonid Berger) — Dancing Hour on the Sun (based on the poem by Semyon Kirsanov)

9. Nina Brodskaya — San Sanych (lyric by Eduard Verigo)

10. Alexander Gradsky — Once Upon a Time I Lived (based on the poem by Semyon Kirsanov)

11. The Strings Sounds — Epilogue

With partipication of Vocal quartet Ulybka.

See also

Alexander Gradsky

Yuri Antonov

Russian title English translation Year
«Мой адрес — Советский Союз» My Address Is Soviet Union 1973(EP)[28]

1. Samotsvety (the soloist — Valery Seleznyov) — My Address Is Soviet Union (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

2. Galina Nenasheva — Day Without a Shot (based on the poem by Mikhail Dudin)

3. Samotsvety (the soloist — Valery Seleznyov) — Rains Have Flown (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

4. Muslim Magomayev — I'm the Citizen of Soviet Union (based on the poem by Yevgeny Yevtusenko)

Russian title English translation Year
«Я еду к морю» I Go to Sea 1974(EP)[29]

1. Dobry Molodtsy (the soloist — Vladimir Antipin) — I Go to Sea (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

2. Samotsvety (the soloist — Valery Seleznyov) — Sea Song (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

3. Mariya Lukach — Feodosiya (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

Russian title English translation Year
«Эта веселая планета» These Cheerful Planet 1974(LP)[6]

1. Carnival's Procession — The Introduction

2. Valery Obodzinsky — Eternal Spring (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

3. Dobry Molodtsy — I Go to Sea (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

4. Tatyana Sashko — White Dance (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

5. Vesiolie Rebiata (the soloist — Alexander Lerman) — It Is Moscow (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov and Igor Shaferan)

6. Dobry Molodtsy (the soloist — Anatoly Ponomaryov) — Galina (lyric by Leonid Zavalnyuk)

7. Yanina Brazaytane — Heart Must Love (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

8. Pesniary (the soloist — Vladimir Mulyavin) — Our Beloveds (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

9. Vesiolie Rebiata (the soloist — Alexander Lerman) — Fast Train (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

10. Leonid Kuravlyov and Victor Sergachyov — Dance and Couplets of Extraterrestrials (lyric by Andrey Vnukov)

11. Lev Leshchenko — Song of an Eternal Movement (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

12. Valery Obodzinsky — Leaf Fall (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

13. Vesiolie Rebiata (the soloists — Alexander Lerman and Alexander Barykin) — At That Mountain (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

14. Carnival's Procession — Epilogue

See also

Pesniary

Russian title English translation Year
Ансамбль «Веселые ребята». Песни Давида Тухманова. Vesiolie Rebiata. David Tukhmanov's Songs. 1975(EP)[30]

1. Fast Train (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

2. Strip of Bad Luck (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov and Igor Shaferan, the soloist — Alexander Barykin)

3. I Won't Approach to You (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov and Igor Shaferan, the soloist — Alexander Lerman)

Russian title English translation Year
Давид Тухманов. Песни. David Tukhmanov. Songs. 1975(EP)[31]

Leysya, Pesnya:

1. Song of the Shoemaker (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov, the soloist — Igor Ivanov)

2. I Don't Know That I Must Think (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov, the soloist — Vladislav Andrianov)

3. It's Impossible to Explain It (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky, the soloist — Vladislav Andrianov)

4. You Won't Forget About Me (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky, the soloist — Igor Ivanov)

Russian title English translation Year
«По волне моей памяти» On a Wave of My Memory 1975(LP),[32] 1997(CD),[33] 2000(CD),[34] 2005(CD)[20]

1. Mehrdad Badie — I Mentually Enter into Your Cabinet (based on the poem by Maximilian Voloshin)

2. Vocal group of an orchestra Sovremennik (the soloist — Tatyana Kapustina) — From Sappho (translated to Russian by Vikenty Veresaev)

3. Igor Ivanov and vocal group — From Vagantes (translated to Russian by Lev Ginsburg)

4. Alexander Barykin — The Invitation to Travel (based on the poem by Charles Baudelaire, translated to Russian by Irina Ozerova)

5. Mehrdad Badie — Good Night (based on the poem by Percy Bysshe Shelley, in English)

6. Vladislav Andrianov — On a Wave of My Memory (based on the poem by Nicolás Guillén, translated to Russian by Inna Tynyanova)

7. Sergey Belikov — Sentimental Walk (based on the poem by Paul Verlaine, translated to Russian by Ariadna Efron, in Russian and French)

8. Alexander Lerman and vocal group — Heart, My Heart (based on the poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, translated to Russian by Vilgelm Levik, in Russian and German)

9. Lyudmila Barykina — Confusion (based on the poem by Anna Akhmatova)

10. Vocal group of an orchestra Sovremennik — Dedication in an Album (based on the poem by Adam Mickiewicz, translated into Russian by Semyon Kirsanov, in Polish and Russian)

David Tukhmanov, keyboards, piano, classical organ

Boris Pivovarov, guitar

Arcady Feldbarg, bass, flute

Vladimir Plotkin, drums

Brass group of band Melodia conducted by Georgi Garanyan

Stringed group of Big Symphonic Orchestra (the conductor is Konstantin Krimets)

The Note. Lyudmila Barykina not the relative of Alexander Barykin (Byrykin).

Russian title English translation Year
«Соловьиная роща» Nightingale's Grove 1976(EP)[35]

1. Lev Leshchenko — Nigtingale's Grove (lyric by Anatoly Poperechny)

2. Igor Ivanov — Hallo, Hallo, Alyona (lyric by Mikhail Plyatskovsky)

3. Joseph Kobzon — Working Spring (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

Russian title English translation Year
Песни Давида Тухманова David Tukhmanov's Songs 1977(Single)[36]

Side A Sofia Rotaru and children's chorus — My Motherland (lyric by Robert Rojdestvensky)

Side B Gennady Belov — Sky's Star Song (lyric by Vladimir Firsov)

See also

Sofia Rotaru

Russian title English translation Year
Памяти гитариста. Памяти поэта. In Memory of the Guitarist. In Memory of the Poet. 1978(Single)[37]

Side A In Memory of the Guitarist (based on the poem by Robert Rojdestvensky)

Side B In Memory of the Poet (based on the poem Funeral of Kirsanov by Andrey Voznesensky)[38]

Alexander Evdokimov, vocals

David Tukhmanov, keyboards

Boris Pivovarov, guitar

Arcady Feldbarg, bass

Vladimir Plotkin, drums

Russian title English translation Year
Давид Тухманов. Песни. David Tukhmanov. Songs. 1979(EP)[39]

1. Mikhail Boyarsky and Olga Zarubina — It Must Not Be So (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov)

2. Igor Ivanov — You and Me Are Dancing (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

3. Sofia Rotaru and children's chorus — October (based on the poem by Antonina Kymytval, translated to Russian by Vladimir Sergeyev)

See also

Mikhail Boyarsky

Russian title English translation Year
«Олимпиада-80» Olympiad-80 1980[40]

Side A (single) Tõnis Mägi — Olympiad-80 (lyric by Robert Rojdestvensky)

See also

Tõnis Mägi

Russian title English translation Year
«Кружатся диски» Disks Go Round 1980[41]

Side B (single) Valery Leontiev — Disks Go Round (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky)

See also

Valery Leontiev

Russian title English translation Year
Н.Л.О. Группа «Москва» UFO. Moscva band. 1982(LP),[42] 2007(CD)[20]

1. UFO (based on the poem by Robert Rojdestvensky, the soloists — Alexey Belov and Nikolai Noskov)

2. Game of Love (based on the poems by Vasily Fyodorov, the soloist — Nikolai Noskov)

3. One Million Years B. C. (based on the poem by Veronika Tushnova, the soloist — Alexey Belov)

4. Rain Through Sunshine (based on the poem by Semeon Kirsanov, the soloist — Nikolai Noskov)

5. Well, To Be Sure (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov, the soloist — Nikolai Noskov)

6. Magic Room (based on the poem by Semeon Kirsanov, the soloist — Nikolai Noskov)

7. Duel (based on the poem by Dmitry Kedrin, the soloist — Nikolai Noskov)

Special guests:

David Tukhmanov — synthesizers, piano

Oleg Solodukhin — bass (1, 4, 5)

Evgeny Cherkasov — bass (3, 6)

CD Bonus Tracks:

1. Moscva (the soloist — Alexey Belov) — XXIII Century (based on the poem by Semeon Kirsanov)

2. Nikolai Noskov — Night (based on the poem by Vladimir Mayakovsky)

Russian title English translation Year
«Карнавал». Ступени. Carnaval. Steps. 1985(LP),[12] 1996(CD)[43]

1. Steps (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky) Official site of Alexander Barykin. Audio.

2. Elegy (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky) Official site of Alexander Barykin. Audio.

3. But It's Summer All the Same (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov) Official site of Alexander Barykin. Audio.

4. Mona Lisa (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky) Official site of Alexander Barykin. Audio.

7. Two Kopecks (lyric by Boris Dubrovin) Official site of Alexander Barykin. Audio.

CD Bonus Track:

Paradise Lost (lyric by Mikhail Tanich)Official site of Alexander Barykin. Audio.

Carnaval:

Alexander Barykin, vocals, rhythm guitar, vocoder

Alexey Smirnov, keyboards

Boris Zosimov, bass synthesizer

Valentin Ilyenko, saxophone, flute

Alexander Akinin, drums

Special guest:

Valery Gaina (Kruiz), lead guitar

Note. These album also includes Alexander Barykin's songs.

Russian title English translation Year
Яак Йоала. Сама любовь. Jaak Jõala. Love Itself. 1985(LP on 45 rpm),[13] 2007(CD)[44]

1. Don't Forget (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

2. Prediction (lyric by Grigory Kantor)

3. Farewell Day (lyric by Anna Sayed-Shah)

4. Something Was (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

5. Love Itself (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

6. Like Nuptial Horses (lyric by Anatoly Poperechny)

CD Bonus Tracks:

1. Photoes of Beloveds (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

2. Hallo (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

3. Still Not Late (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

4. It's a Pity (based on the poems by Ahdrey Dementyev)

5. Thank You, Love (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

Russian title English translation Year
Военные песни. Давид Тухманов. War Songs. David Tukhmanov. 1985(LP)[14]

1. Lev Leshchenko — Names (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

2. Sofia Rotaru and Lev Leshchenko — Last Date (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

3. Sofia Rotaru — Nurse's Waltz (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

4. Lev Leshchenko — Mother of Mine (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

5. Lev Leshchenko — Victory Day (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

6. Joseph Kobzon — Wives of Russian Soldiers (lyric by Eduard Verigo)

7. Oleg Ukhnalyov — Musicians (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

8. Cascad — Top Secret (lyric by Boris Dubrovin)

9. Biser Kirov — Mother Whited the Hut (lyric by Anatoly Poperechny)

10. Lyudmila Senchina — Stock on a Roof (lyric by Anatoly Poperechny)

Russian title English translation Year
"Путешествие мсье Перришона" The Travel of M. Perrichon 1987(LP)[16]

1. Introduction. In a Way — Moscow chamber chorus under direction of V. Minin.

2. Igor Sclyar and Oleg Tabakov — Oh, This Henriette

3. The Travel

4. Oleg Tabakov, Raisa Sayed-Shah, Tatyana Vasilyeva, Igor Sclyar — I Understand My Debt to Inform

5. March of the Major

6. Valentin Gaft — Love, in Its Embraces...

7. Meeting

8. Valentin Gaft, V. Larin, Raisa Sayed-Shah — Yes, It's a Miracle of the World

9. Raisa Sayed-Shah — Oh, How I Regret the Maiden Days...

10. Intermezzo

11. Tatyana Vasilyeva — I'm Not Old

12. Provincial Station

13. Oleg Tabakov — When We Went Uphill

14. Alexander Filippenko and children's chorus — In This Sad Hour

15. Final

All lyrics by Yuri Ryashentsev

State Orchestra of Cinematography (the conductors — Emin Khachaturian, Konstantin Krimets)

Russian title English translation Year
«Электроклуб» Electroclub 1987(LP)[17]

1. Nerves, Nerves, Nerves... (lyric by Mikhail Ryabinin, the soloists — Irina Allegrova and Igor Talkov)

2. Castles in the Air (lyric by Leonid Fadeyev, the soloists — Irina Allegrova and Igor Talkov)

3. Chistiye Prudy (lyric by Leonid Fadeyev, the soloist — Igor Talkov)

4. But It's Summer All the Same (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov, the soloists — Irina Allegrova and Igor Talkov)

5. Extrasense (lyric by Simon Osiashvili, the soloist — Irina Allegrova)

6. Farewell Day (lyric by Anna Sayed-Shah, the soloists — Irina Allegrova and Igor Talkov)

7. Old Mirror (lyric by Simon Osiashvili, the soloist — Irina Allegrova)

8. Dark Horse (lyric by Larisa Rubalskaya, the soloist — Igor Talkov)

Russian title English translation Year
«Электроклуб»-2 Electroclub 2 1988(LP)[18]

1. Dark Horse (lyric by Larisa Rubalskaya, the soloist — Irina Allegrova)

2. I'll Go Crazy (lyric by Sergey Romanov, the soloist — Victor Saltykov)

3. Give Me a Word (lyric by Sergey Romanov, the soloist — Irina Allegrova)

4. Last Appointment (lyric by Sergey Romanov, the soloist — Victor Saltykov)

5. Don't Allow Him to Marry You (lyric by Igor Shaferan, the soloist — Victor Saltykov)

6. The Wind Has Dozed Off (lyric by Mikhail Ryabinin, the soloist — Victor Saltykov)

7. Blue Rose (lyric by Anatoly Poperechny, the soloist — Irina Allegrova)

8. Horses in Apples (lyric by Mikhail Tanich, the soloist — Victor Saltykov)

9. Remember Moscow (lyric by Vasily V. Kharitonov, in English, the soloists — Irina Allegrova and Victor Saltykov)

Russian title English translation Year
«Электроклуб» Electroclub. Toy. 1989(LP)[19]

3. Electroclub (the soloist — Irina Allegrova) — Tell Fortunes (lyric by Larisa Rubalskaya)

4. Electroclub (the soloist — Victor Saltykov) — In the Bag (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

6. Electroclub (the soloist — Irina Allegrova) — Oh You, Oh Me... (lyric by Mikhail Ryabinin)

7. Electroclub (the soloist — Victor Saltykov) — I Won't Forgive You (lyric by Larisa Rubalskaya)

8. Electroclub (the soloist — Victor Saltykov) — Vase (lyric by Sergey Romanov)

Note. These album also includes Igor Nikolayev's songs.

Russian title English translation Year
Давид Тухманов. Притяжение Земли. David Tukhmanov. Attraction of Earth. 1997(CD, compilation)[45]

1. Lev Leshchenko — Nightingale's Grove (lyric by Anatoly Poperchny)

2. Gennady Belov — Sky's Star Song (lyric by Vladimir Firsov)

3. Lev Leshchenko — Song of an Eternal Movement (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

4. Vladimir Makarov — Last Electrichka (lyric by Mikhail Nojkin)

5. Valery Leontiev — Beloved Land (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

6. Lev Leshchenko — Attraction of Earth (lyric by Robert Rojdestvensky)

7. Yuri Gulyayev — Russia (lyric by Mikhail Nojkin)

8. Valery Obodzinsky — Organ Is Playing (lyric by Mikhail Plyatskovsky)

9. Sofia Rotaru and children's chorus — We'll Give the Globe to the Children (based on the poem by Nazim Hikmet, translated to Russian by Muza Pavlova)

10. Albert Asadullin — Shine, Tashkent, the Star of East (based on the poem by Ramz Babadjan, translated to Russian by Lev Oshanin)

11. Vadim Mulerman — Gutsulochka (lyric by Sergey Ostrovoy)

12. Moscva (the soloist — Nikolai Noskov) — Rain Through Sunshine (based on the poem by Semeon Kirsanov)

13. Sofia Rotaru and children's chorus — Stock on a Roof (lyric by Anatoly Poperechny)

14. Lev Leshchenko — Victory Day (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

See also

Yuri Gulyayev

Russian title English translation Year
Давид Тухманов. Мой адрес — Советский Союз. David Tukhmanov. My Address Is Soviet Union. 1998(CD, compilation)[46]

1. Electroclub (the soloist — Igor Talkov) — Chistiye Prudy (lyric by Leonid Fadeev)

2. Valery Obodzinsky — Eastern Song (lyric by Onegin Gadjikasimov)

3. Samotsvety (the soloist — Valery Seleznyov) — My Address Is Soviet Union (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

4. Alexander Gradsky — Once Upon a Time I Lived (based on the poem by Semeon Kirsanov)

5. Lev Leshchenko — Nightingale's Grove (lyric by Anatoly Poperechny)

6. Yuri Antonov — How This World Is Fine (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

7. Vladimir Makarov — Last Electrichka (lyric by Mikhail Nojkin)

8. Oleg Ukhnalyov — And Not That Yes, and Not That No (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

9. Yuri Gulyaev — Russia (lyric by Mikhail Nojkin)

10. Jaak Jõala — Don't Forget (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

11. Tatyana Sashko — White Dance (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

12. Igor Ivanov and vocal group — From Vagantes (translated to Russian by Lev Ginsburg)

13. Jaak Jõala — Photoes of Beloveds (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

14. Valery Obodzinsky — These Eyes Opposite (lyric by Tatyana Sashko)

15. Alexander Malinin — Unavailing Words (lyric by Larisa Rubalskaya)

See also

Alexander Malinin

Russian title English translation Year
Weimar Suite 1999(CD, instrumental music, Germany)[47]
Russian title English translation Year
Давид Тухманов. Мои любимые (песни в исполнении автора). David Tukhmanov. My Beloved (songs in the performance of author). 1999(CD)[48]

1. Chistiye Prudy (lyric by Leonid Fadeev)

2. White Dance (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

3. From Vagantes (translated to Russian by Lev Ginsburg)

4. And Not That Yes, and Not That No (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

5. Unavailing Words (lyric by Larisa Rubalskaya)

6. Eastern Song (lyric by Onegin Gadjikasimov)

7. Once Upon a Time I Lived (based on the poem by Semeon Kirsanov)

8. Dedication to a Friend (lyric by Anna Sayed-Shah)

9. Nightingale's Grove (lyric by Anatoly Poperechny)

10. Bitter Apples (lyric by Anatoly Poperechny)

11. Like Nuptial Horses (lyric by Anatoly Poperechy)

12. It Must Not Be So (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov)

Russian title English translation Year
Д. Тухманов, Ю. Энтин. Детям: Золотая горка. D. Tukhmanov, Y. Entin. For Children: Golden Hill. 2000(CD)[49]

1. David Tukhmanov and Neposedi — Golden Hill

2. Neposedi — Beloved Daddy

3. David Tukhmanov and Neposedi — Malicious Cloud

4. Neposedi — Little Bird

5. David Tukhmanov and Neposedi — Brave Hare

6. David Tukhmanov and Neposedi — Tumbler Toy

7. Neposedi — Good-Bye, Sledge

8. David Tukhmanov and Neposedi — Aerobics for Bobik

9. David Tukhmanov and Neposedi — Lazy Song

10. Neposedi — True Broom

11. David Tukhmanov and Neposedi — Pykh, Pykh, Samovar

12. David Tukhmanov and Neposedi — The Skipping Rope Turns

13. Karaoke — Golden Hill

14. Karaoke — Beloved Daddy

15. Karaoke — Malicious Cloud

16. Karaoke — Little Bird

17. Karaoke — Brave Hare

18. Karaoke — Tumbler Toy

19. Karaoke — Good-Bye, Sledge

20. Karaoke — Aerobics for Bobik

21. Karaoke — Lazy Song

22. Karaoke — True Broom

23. Karaoke — Pych, Pych, Samovar

24. Karaoke — The Skipping Rope Turns

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Давид Тухманов. Вечная весна. Избранные песни. David Tukhmanov. Eternal Spring. Selected Songs. 2000(CD)[50]

1. Pesniary — Our Beloveds (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

2. Valery Obodzinsky — Eternal Spring (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

3. Lev Leshchenko — Nightingale's Grove (lyric by Anatoly Poperechny)

4. Electroclub (the soloist — Igor Talkov) — Chistiye Prudy (lyric by Leonid Fadeev)

5. Gennady Belov — Sky's Star Song (lyric by Vladimir Firsov)

6. Olga Vardasheva — White Dance (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

7. Oleg Ukhnalyov — And Not That Yes, and Not That No (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

8. Vesiolie Rebiata (the soloist — Alexander Lerman) — Varshava's Rain (lyric by Vladimir Sergeyev)

9. Valery Leontiev — Beloved Land (lyric by Igor Shaveran)

10. Mikhail Boyarsky and Olga Zarubina — It Must Not Be So (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov)

11. Valery Obodzinsky — These Eyes Opposite (lyric by Tatyana Sashko)

12. Eduard Khil — Allow to Get Acquainted with You (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky)

13. Sofia Rotaru — In My Home (lyric by Anna Sayed-Shah)

14. Albert Asadullin — Shine, Tashkent, the Star of East (based on the poem by Ramz Babadjan, translated to Russian by Lev Oshanin)

15. Lev Leshchenko — Like Nuptial Horses (lyric by Anatoly Poperechny)

16. Sofia Rotaru and children's chorus — We'll Give the Globe to the Children (based on the poem by Nazim Hikmet, translated into Russian by Muza Pavlova)

See also

Eduard Khil

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«Волшебные детские песенки» Magic Children's Songs 2001 (2CD),[51] 2007(2CD)[20]

CD 1[52]

1. Neposedi — Beloved Daddy

2. Neposedi — Tumbler Toy

3. Mikhail Boyarsky — Old Bug

4. Lolita Milyavskaya — Kikimora from Swamp

5. Lubov Polishchuk — Moth

6. Philip Kirkorov — Ball of the Vampires

7. Neposedi — True Broom

8. Neposedi — Malicious Cloud

9. Dmitry Kharatyan — Glow-Worm

10. Valery Zolotukhin — The Importunate Fly

11. Igor Sukachyov — Ugly Pterodactyl

12. Alexander Gradsky — Baba Yaga

13. Natalya Gundareva — Cabbage White Butterfly

14. Armen Dzhigarkhanyan — Mosquito-Bore

15. Arcady Ukupnik — The Clean Cannibal

16. Neposedi — Lazy Song

17. Neposedi — Aerobics for Bobik

18. Irina Muravyova — Ladybird

19. Vladimir Vinokur — Shaggy Feardon

All lyrics by Yuri Entin.

See also

Lolita Milyavskaya

Philip Kirkorov

Dmitry Kharatyan

Valery Zolotukhin

Armen Dzhigarkhanyan

Irina Muravyova

CD 2[53]

1. Neposedi — The Skipping Rope Turns

2. Neposedi — Pykh, Pykh, Samovar

3. Neposedi — Little Bird

4. Nikolai Karachentsov — The Bug-Woodcutter

5. Larisa Golubkina — The Doctor Called Bee

6. Lyudmila Gurchenko — Dragonfly and Ant

7. Neposedi — Brave Hare

8. Alexey Petrenko — A Cricket Behind the Furnace

9. Neposedi — Golden Fish

10. Efim Shifrin — Serenade-Cicada

11. Neposedi — Good-Bye, Sledge

12. Victor Saltykov — Computer Virus

13. Alexander Buinov — Cyborg-Horror

14. Na Na — We Are Horrors

15. Na Na — Villainous March

16. David Tukhmanov — I'm a Ghost

17. Valery Leontiev — Hurricane Susanna

All lyrics by Yuri Entin.

See also

Nikolai Karachentsov

Larisa Golubkina

Lyudmila Gurchenko

Alexey Petrenko

Efim Shifrin

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Давид Тухманов. Родина моя. David Tukhmanov. My Motherland. 2001(CD, compilation)[54]

1. An orchestra under direction of Georgi Garanyan — Carnival's Procession

2. Krasniye Maki (the soloist — Alexander Evdokimov) — Stop the Music (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

3. Gennady Belov — Sky's Star Song (lyric by Vladimir Firsov)

4. Alexander Evdokimov — In a Memory of the Guitarist (based on the poem by Robert Rojdestvensky)

5. Alexander Evdokimov — In a Memory of the Poet (based on the poem by Andrey Voznesensky)

6. Sofia Rotaru and children's chorus — My Motherland (lyric by Robert Rojdestvensky)

7. Sofia Rotaru and children's chorus — October (based on the poem by Antonina Kymytval, translated to Russian by Vladimir Sergeyev)

8. Mikhail Boyarsky and Olga Zarubina — It's Must Not Be So (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov)

9. Igor Ivanov — You and Me Are Dancing (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

10. Vesiolie Rebiata (the soloist — Alexander Lerman) — It Is Moscow (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov and Igor Shaferan)

11. Dobry Molodtsy (the soloist — Anatoly Ponomaryov) — Galina (lyric by Leonid Zavalnyuk)

12. Leysya, Pesnya (the soloist — Igor Ivanov) — Song of the Shoemaker (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

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Давид Тухманов, Людмила Гурченко. "Мадлен, спокойно!". Музыка и песни к спектаклю Романа Козака. David Tukhmanov, Lyudmila Gurchenko. "Madlen, Be Easy!". Music and songs to Roman Kozak's theatrical performance. 2003(CD)[55]

1. Tango — Prologue

2. Inevitable Eyes (based on the poem by Anna Akhmatova)

3. Leaves (based on the poem by Vladimir Sokolov)

4. To Not Return (based on the poem by Anna Akhmatova)

5. Egg-Flip (lyric by Yuri Entin)

6. Dance — Accordion

7. Bird Phoenix (based on the poem by Marina Tsvetaeva)

8. Good-bye (based on the poem by Mariya Petrovykh)

9. Swings (based on the poem by Feodor Sologub)

10. Heart (based on the poem by Mariya Petrovykh)

11. Tango — Epilogue

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Давид Тухманов. Европейская сюита. David Tukhmanov. The European Suite. 2004(CD, instrumental music)[56]

1. First Meditation

2. Morning in City Park

3. Summer

4. Spring

5. Autumn

6. Winter

7. Newsreel

8. Second Meditation

9. Old Disk

10. Merry-Go-Round on the Fair

11. Beloved Cafe

12. The Beginning of a Holiday

13. Singing Fountains

14. Sunset and Third Meditation

15. Alive Music

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Давид Тухманов. Карнавал-сюита David Tukhmanov. Carnival-suite. 2004(CD, instrumental music)[57]

1. Initial Fanfares

2. Ritual Procession

3. The Celebratory Overture

4. Ceremonial March

5. March-Parade

6. Circus

7. March of the Champions

8. March-Carnival

9. Old March

10. Samba-March

11. Flag-March

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Иосиф Кобзон. Посвящение другу (песни Давида Тухманова). Joseph Kobzon. Dedication to a Friend (David Tukhmanov's Songs). 2005(CD)[20][58]

1. Cadet Waltz (lyric by Petr Sinyavsky)

2. You Trust Nobody (lyric by Larisa Rubalskaya)

3. Allow to Get Acquainted with You (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky)

4. Galina (lyric by Leonid Zavalnyuk)

5. What for You Have Bypassed Summer? (lyric by Boris Dubrovin)

6. Organ Is Playing (lyric by Mikhail Plyatskovsky)

7. Century's Handbell (lyric by Boris Dubrovin)

8. Light of Sorrow (lyric by Larisa Rubalskaya)

9. More Soon to Forget (lyric by Boris Dubrovin)

10. Russia (lyric by Mikhail Nojkin)

11. Elegy (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky)

12. It Is Moscow (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov and Igor Shaferan)

13. If I Will Ill (based on the poem by Yaroslav Smelyakov)

14. I Can't Live Without You (based on the poem by Nikolai Aseev)

15. Millennium-Waltz (lyric by Larisa Rubalskaya)

16. Officer's March (lyric by Boris Dubrovin)

17. Wives of Russian Soldiers (lyric by Eduard Verigo)

18. Sky With the Stars... (based on the poem by Innokenty Annensky)

19. Dedication to a Friend (lyric by Anna Sayed-Shah)

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Давид Тухманов. Сердце любить должно. Избранное. David Tukhmanov. Heart Must Love. Selection. 2005(CD, compilation and new records[NR])[20][59]

1. Yanina Brazaytane — Heart Must Love (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

2. Leysya, Pesnya (the soloist — Vladislav Andrianov) — It's Impossible to Explain It (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky)

3. Mikhail Boyarsky and Olga Zarubina — It Must Not Be So (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov)

4. Jaak Jõala — Farewell Day (lyric by Anna Sayed-Shah)

5. Jaak Jõala — Love Itself (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

6. Leysya, Pesnya (the soloist — Igor Ivanov) — You Won't Forget About Me (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky)

7. Igor Ivanov — From Vagantes (translated to Russian by Lev Ginsburg)

8. Lev Leshchenko — Nightinhale's Grove (lyric by Anatoly Poperechny)

9. Igor Ivanov — Hallo, Hallo, Alyona (lyric by Mikhail Plyatskovsky)

10. Valery Leontiev — There, in September (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov)

11. Sergey Mazayev — Beloved Land (lyric by Igor Shaferan)[NR]

12. Nikolai Baskov — Eternal Spring (lyric by Igor Shaferan)[NR]

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Давид Тухманов. Белый танец. David Tukhmanov. White Dance. 2006(CD, compilation)[20][60]

1. Olga Vardasheva — White Dance (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

2. Valery Obodzinsky — These Eyes Opposite (lyric by Tatyana Sashko)

3. Sofia Rotaru — In My Home (lyric by Anna Sayed-Shah)

4. Vadim Mulerman — Rains Have Flown (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

5. Carnaval (the soloist — Alexander Barykin) — But It's Summer All the Same (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

6. Dobry Molodtsy (the soloist — Vladimir Antipin) — I Go to Sea (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

7. Vesiolie Rebiata (the soloists — Alexander Lerman and Alexander Barykin) — At That Mountain (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

8. Armen Dzhigarkhanyan, Lyudmila Gurchenko and children's chorus — Song of the Shoemaker (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

9. Valery Obodzinsky — Leaf Fall (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

10. Mikhail Boyarsky and Olga Zarubina — It Must Not Be So (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov)

11. Tatyana Sashko — Heart Must Love (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

12. Oleg Ukhnalyov — And Not That Yes, and Not That No (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

13. Accord — And You Love Her, Your Babe (lyric by Mikhail Nojkin)

14. Valery Obodzinsky — Eternal Spring (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

15. Jaak Jõala — Photoes of Beloveds (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

16. Igor Ivanov — You and Me Are Dancing (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

17. Vitaly Pavlov — Stop the Music (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

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Давид Тухманов. Марши для духового оркестра David Tukhmanov. Marches for Trumpet Orchestra. 2006(CD, instrumental music)[20][61]

1. Old March

2. March of the Champions

3. March — Cavalry

4. March — Escort

5. March — Pavel

6. March — Petr

7. March — Suvorov

8. March — 1812

9. Ceremonial March

10. March-Parade

11. Flag-March

12. March — Fanfares

13. March of Firemen

14. March of Firemen (suite)

15. March «Victory Day»

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Давид Тухманов. Элегия. David Tukhmanov. Elegy. 2006(CD, compilation and new records [NR])[20][62]

1. Tamara Gverdtsitely — Elegy (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky)[NR]

2. Jaak Jõala — It's a Pity (based on the poems by Andrey Dementyev)

3. Moscva (the soloist — Alexey Belov) — XXIII Century (based on the poem by Semeon Kirsanov)

4. Valery Leontiev — Pribaltika (lyric by Rimma Kazakova)

5. David Tukhmanov — Petersburg (based on the poem by Innokenty Annensky)[NR]

6. Sofia Rotaru — Slides (lyric by Mikhail Plyatskovsky)

7. Valery Leontiev — Fire (based on the poem by Innokenty Annensky)[NR]

8. Nikolai Noskov — Night (based on the poem by Vladimir Mayakovsky)

9. Sofia Rotaru — Shop «Flowers» (based on the poems by Lidiya Grigoryeva)

10. Valery Leontiev — I Go on Yellow Slopes (lyric by Sergey Romanov)

11. Valery Leontiev — Disks Go Round (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky)

12. Anastasiya Stotskaya and Vadim Azarkh — In Four Hands (lyric by Boris Dubrovin)[NR]

13. Valery Leontiev — Kings and Jacks and Threes (based on the poem by Innokenty Annensky)[NR]

14. Sofia Rotaru and children's chorus — Stock on a Roof (lyric by Anatoly Poperechny)

15. Sofia Rotaru and children's chorus — We'll Give the Globe to the Children (based on the poem by Nazim Hikmet, translated to Russian by Muza Pavlova)

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Давид Тухманов. Звездная песня неба. David Tukhmanov. Sky's Star Song. 2006(CD, compilation)[20][63]

1. Gennady Belov — Sky's Star Song (lyric by Vladimir Firsov)

2. Leonid Berger — Waltz (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

3. Rodrigo Fomins — Rain Through Sunshine (based on the poem by Semeon Kirsanov)

4. Valery Leontiev — Dancing Hour on the Sun (based on the poem by Semeon Kirsanov)

5. Tõnis Mägi — Olympiad-80 (lyric by Robert Rojdestvensky)

6. Sofia Rotaru and children's chorus — We'll Give the Globe to the Children (based on the poem by Nazim Hikmet, translated into Russian by Muza Pavlova)

7. Lev Leshchenko — Day Without a Shout (based on the poem by Mikhail Dudin)

8. Gennady Belov — Good Day, Mother (lyric by Robert Rojdestvensky)

9. Jaak Jõala — Thank You, Love (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

10. Alexander Gradsky — Once Upon a Time I Lived (based on the poem by Semeon Kirsanov)

11. Lev Leshchenko — Attraction of Earth (lyric by Robert Rojdestvensky)

12. Albert Asadullin — Shine, Tashkent, the Star of East (based on the poem by Ramz Babadjan, translated to Russian by Lev Oshanin)

13. Raisa Sayed-Shah — Ballad of Icy House (lyric by Anna Sayed-Shah)

14. Larisa Dolina — Queen of Rock'n'roll (lyric by Yuri Entin)

15. Living Sound — Olympiad-80 (lyric by N. McKibb, in English)

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«Электроклуб». Темная лошадка. Electroclub. Dark Horse. 2007(CD, compilation)[20]
Russian title English translation Year
«Веселые ребята». Любовь — дитя планеты. Давид Тухманов. Vesiolie Rebiata. Love Is the Child of Planet. David Tukhmanov. 2007(CD, compilation)[20][64]

1. It Is Moscow (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov and Igor Shaferan, the soloist — Alexander Lerman)

2. It's Not Simple to Be Together (lyric by Mikhail Plyatskovsky, the soloist — Leonid Berger)

3. Fast Train (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov, the soloist — Alexander Lerman)

4. Sleep, My Love (based on the poem by Evgeny Evtushenko, the soloist — Leonid Berger)

5. Varshava's Rain (lyric by Vladimir Sergeyev, the soloist — Alexander Lerman)

6. Eternal Spring (lyric by Igor Shaferan, the soloist — Alexander Barykin)

7. I Won't Approach to You (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov and Igor Shaferan, the soloist — Alexander Lerman)

8. Family Album (lyric by Mikhail Tanich, the soloist — Alexander Dobrynin)

9. Love Is the Child of Planet (based on the poem by Evgeny Evtushenko, the soloist — Leonid Berger)

10. How This World Is Fine (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov, the soloist — Alexander Lerman)

11. XXIII Century (based on the poem by Semeon Kirsanov, the soloists — Alexey Glyzin and Alexander Buinov)

12. Strip of Bad Luck (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov and Igor Shaferan. the soloist — Alexander Barykin)

13. At That Mountain (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov, the soloists — Alexander Lerman and Alexander Barykin)

14. It's Easy to Fall in Love (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov, the soloist — Yuri Peterson)

15. Bath (lyric by Mikhail Tanich, the soloists — Vladimir Semin and Alexey Glyzin)

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Давид Тухманов. Вечное движение. David Tukhmanov. Eternal Movement. 2008(CD, compilation)[20][65]

1. Igor Ivanov — You and Me Are Dancing (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

2. Leysya, Pesnya (the soloist — Vladislav Andrianov) — I Don't Know That I Must Think (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

3. Stas Namin Band (the soloist — Valery Jivetiyev) — It's Such Something in You (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

4. Vitaly Pavlov — Stop the Music (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

5. Alexander Gradsky — Gioconda (lyric by Tatyana Sashko)

6. Vesiolie Rebiata (the soloist — Robert Mushkambaryan) — Let the Girl Will Tell (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

7. Samotsvety (the soloist — Valery Seleznyov) — My Address Is Soviet Union (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

8. Leysya, Pesnya (the soloist — Igor Ivanov) — Song of the Shoemaker (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

9. Dobry Molodtsy (the soloist — Vladimir Antipin) — I Go to Sea (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

10. Gaya — Free Evening (lyric by Mikhail Nojkin)

11. Samotsvety (the soloist — Valery Seleznyov) — Sea Song (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

12. Pesniary (the soloist — Vladimir Mulyavin) — Our Beloveds (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

13. Samotsvety (the soloist — Valery Seleznyov) — Rains Have Flown (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

14. Vladimir Vinokur — Song of an Eternal Movement (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

15. Dobry Molodtsy (the soloist — Anatoly Ponomaryov) — Galina (lyric by Leonid Zavalnyuk)

16. Valery Obodzinsky — Leaf Fall (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

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Давид Тухманов. Семейный альбом. David Tukhmanov. Family Album. 2008(CD, compilation)[20][66]

1. Valery Obodzinsky — These Eyes Opposite (lyric by Tatyana Sashko)

2. Maya Crystalinskaya — Apparently, World Is So Organized (lyric by Mikhail Plyatskovsky)

3. Nina Brodskaya — The Captain (based on the poem by Igor Kobzev)

4. Svetlana Rezanova — White Dance (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

5. Oleg Ukhnalyov — And Not That Yes, and Not That No (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

6. Vadim Mulerman — Marina (lyric by Vadim Egorov)

7. Valery Obodzinsky — Eastern Song (lyric by Onegin Gadjikasimov)

8. Nina Brodskaya — You Only Be Silent (lyric by Mikhail Nojkin)

9. Vladimir Makarov — Last Electrichka (lyric by Mikhail Nojkin)

10. Edita Piekha — Family Album (lyric by Mikhail Tanich)

11. Valery Obodzinsky — What Remains from Love to Us? (lyric by Dmitry Ivanov)

12. Oleg Ukhnalyov — 23 Hours of Flight (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

13. Valery Obodzinsky — Eternal Spring (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

14. Nina Brodskaya — San Sanych (lyric by Emmanuil Verigo)

15. Larisa Mondrus — Winter Again (lyric by Mikhail Nojkin)

16. Valery Obodzinsky — Sleep, My Love (based on the poem by Evgeny Evtushenko)

17. Mariya Lukach — Feodosiya (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

18. Maya Crystalinskaya — Summer Snow (lyric by Mikhail Nojkin)

19. Lev Leshchenko — Nurse's Valtz (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

20. Lev Leshchenko — Victory Day (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

See also

Edita Piekha

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Давид Тухманов. Не забывай. David Tukhmanov. Don't Forget. 2008(CD, compilation)[20][67]

1. Alexander Barykin & Carnaval — Paradise Lost (lyric by Mikhail Tanich)

2. Alexander Barykin & Carnaval — Steps (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky)

3. Alexander Barykin & Carnaval — Elegy (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky)

4. Alexander Barykin & Carnaval — But It's Summer All the Same (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

5. Alexander Barykin & Carnaval — Mona Lisa (lyric by Igor Kokhanovsky)

6. Alexander Barykin & Carnaval — Two Copecks (lyric by Boris Dubrovin)

7. Sofia Rotaru — Insomnia (based on the poem by Veronica Tushnova)

8. Tatyana Antsiferova — Green Branch (lyric by Igor Shaferan)

9. Anatoly Dneprov — Don't Forget (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

10. Tatyana Antsiferova — Two Leaves (lyric by Lyudmila Ovsyannikova)

11. Sergey Belikov — Field (lyric by Vladimir Firsov)

12. Tatyana Antsiferova — I Still Wait the Answer (lyric by Boris Dubrovin)

13. Anatoly Dneprov — I Shall Not Go to Search (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)

14. Alexander Malinin — Unavailing Words (lyric by Larisa Rubalskaya)

15. Maki (the soloist — Konstantin Semchenko) — Miracle Earth (lyric by Mikhail Tanich)

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Давид Тухманов. Танго снов Бориса Поплавского. David Tukhmanov. Tango of Boris Poplavsky's Dreams. 2010(CD)[20][68]

1. Memory

2. Spirit's Day

3. White Small Steamship

4. Titanic, or The Manuscript That Is Found in a Bottle

5. Snow Hare

6. Morella 1

7. Black Madonna

8. Morella 2

9. Dream of Children

10. Flags

David Tukhmanov, vocals, keyboards, programming

Based on the poems by Boris Poplavsky (1903 — 1935).

Other songs and other versions of songs[edit]

  • 1969 Muslim Magomayev — And the Snow Will Be Tumbled Down (based on the poem by Yevgeny Yevtushenko)
  • 1971 Yuri Gulyaev — If I Will Ill (based on the poem by Yaroslav Smelyakov)
  • 1972 Nina Brodskaya — Our Home (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov)
  • 1973 Karel Gott — The Ground Is Dark (lyric by Boris Cheskis)
  • 1974 Anna German — I Won't Approach to You (lyric by Leonid Derbenyov and Igor Shaferan)
  • 1976 Plamya (the soloist — Valentin Diyakonov) — Good Day, Mother (lyric by Robert Rojdestvensky)
  • 1982 Valery Leontiev — Thank You, Love (lyric by Igor Shaferan)
  • 1983 Lev Leshchenko — Women (lyric by Leonid Fadeev)
  • 1985 Valery Leontiev — Bitter Apples (lyric by Anatoly Poperechny)
  • 1986 Larisa Dolina — My Notebook (based on the poem by L. Stefar, translated to Russian by Vladimir Soloukhin)
  • 1986 Valery Leontiev — Ballad of Icy House (lyric by Anna Sayed-Shah)
  • 1986 Sergey Zakharov — Why You Have Bypassed Summer? (lyric by Boris Dubrovin)
  • 1986 Electroclub (the soloist — Irina Allegrova) — Birthday (lyric by Simon Osiashvili)
  • 1987 Electroclub (the soloist — Victor Saltykov) — The Lost Bank of River (lyric by Sergey Romanov)
  • 1987 Electroclub (the soloist — Victor Saltykov) — Photo for Memory (lyric by Anatoly Poperechny)
  • 1987 Electroclub (the soloist — Irina Allegrova) — Berry Season (lyric by Anna Sayed-Shah)
  • 1987 Electroclub (the soloist — Victor Saltykov) — No Entrance for Strangers (lyric by Sergey Romanov)
  • 1997 Maxim Leonidov — From Vagantes (translated to Russian by Lev Ginsburg)
  • 2000 Alexander Gradsky — Waltz (lyric by Igor Shaferan)
  • 2005 Anastasiya Stotskaya — Confusion (based on the poem by Anna Akhmatova)
  • 2009 Oleg Mityaev — The Recognition (based on the poem by Alexander Pushkin)
  • 2009 Vitold Petrovsky — The Desire of Glory (based on the poem by Alexander Pushkin)
  • 2010 Relict — Names (lyric by Vladimir Kharitonov)
  • 2010 Vladimir Markin — Is (lyric by Mikhail Nojkin)
  • 2011 Dmitry Tretyakov — Bells of Volokolamsk (lyric by Petr Sinyavsky)

See also

Karel Gott

Anna German

Sergey Zakharov

Oleg Mityaev

External links[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h (Russian) THE BIOGRAPHY — Official site of David Fyodorovich Tukhmanov
  2. ^ Р. И. Петрушанская // Советские композиторы — лауреаты премии Ленинского // Москва. Советский композитор 1989 pp. 132-149 (320) isbn 5-85285-131-01 Давид Тухманов родился 20 сентября 1940 года в Москве в семье служащих. Отец Федор Давидович Тухманов, инженер, обладал отличным слухом. Его пение отличалось музыкальностью особого склада, (он армянин по национальности), своеобразием интонаций, гибкой экспрессией. Мать Вера Анатольевна Карасева, профессиональная пианистка, работала с детьми дошкольного возраста, писала детские песни
  3. ^ (Russian) Discography of Vladimir Makarov
  4. ^ a b (Russian) How the World Is Fine
  5. ^ (Russian) These Cheerful Planet (1973)
  6. ^ a b (Russian) These Cheerful Planet
  7. ^ (Russian) David Tukhmanov
  8. ^ (Russian) Vadim Nikolayev. Notes on Different Themes. Moscow, Svetez'Ъ Publishing House, 2011. P. 16.
  9. ^ (Russian) A. Alexeev, A. Burlaka, A. Sidorov. Who is Who in Soviet Rock. Moscow, 1991. P. 164.
  10. ^ (Russian) David Tukhmanov — Publications
  11. ^ (Russian) A. Alexeev, A. Burlaka, A. Sidorov. Who is Who in Soviet Rock. Moscow, 1991. Pages 164-165.
  12. ^ a b (Russian) Steps. Alexander Barykin.
  13. ^ a b (Russian) Love Itself. Jaak Jõala.
  14. ^ a b (Russian) War Songs. David Tukhmanov.
  15. ^ (Russian) The Travel of M. Perrichon (1986)
  16. ^ a b (Russian) The Travel of M. Perrichon
  17. ^ a b (Russian) Electroclub
  18. ^ a b (Russian) Electroclub 2
  19. ^ a b Electroclub. Toy.
  20. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v (Russian) Official site of David Fyodorovich Tukhmanov
  21. ^ (Russian) Oleg Mityaev represents Long Live the Muses!
  22. ^ (Russian) Tsaritsa
  23. ^ (Russian) Jubilee's concert of Valeriya
  24. ^ a b (Russian)DOstoyaniye REspubliki, October 6, 2013
  25. ^ (Russian) Debut EP
  26. ^ (Russian) CD How the World is Fine
  27. ^ (Russian) Yuri Antonov and Tatyana Sashko
  28. ^ (Russian) My Address is Soviet Union
  29. ^ (Russian) I Go to Sea
  30. ^ (Russian) Vesiolie Rebiata
  31. ^ (Russian) Leysya, Pesnya
  32. ^ (Russian) On a Wave of My Memory
  33. ^ (Russian) Remastered On a Wave of My Memory
  34. ^ (Russian) New version of On a Wave of My Memory
  35. ^ (Russian) Nightingale's Grove
  36. ^ (Russian) Single
  37. ^ (Russian) In Memory of the Guitarist. In Memory of the Poet.
  38. ^ (Russian) Funeral of Kirsanov
  39. ^ (Russian) David Tukhmanov. Songs.
  40. ^ (Russian) Olympiad-80
  41. ^ (Russian) Disks Go Round
  42. ^ (Russian) UFO — Moscva
  43. ^ (Russian) CD Steps
  44. ^ (Russian) CD Love Itself
  45. ^ (Russian) Attraction of Earth
  46. ^ (Russian) My Address is Soviet Union
  47. ^ (Russian) Weimar Suite
  48. ^ (Russian) My Beloved (songs...)
  49. ^ (Russian) Golden Hill
  50. ^ (Russian) Eternal Spring
  51. ^ Magic Children's Songs
  52. ^ (Russian) Magic Children's Songs CD1
  53. ^ (Russian) Magic Children's Song CD2
  54. ^ (Russian) My Motherland
  55. ^ (Russian) Discography of David Tukhmanov
  56. ^ (Russian) The European Suite
  57. ^ (Russian) Carnival-suite
  58. ^ (Russian) Joseph Kobzon
  59. ^ (Russian) Heart Must Love
  60. ^ (Russian) White Dance
  61. ^ (Russian) Marches for Trumpet Orchestra
  62. ^ (Russian) Elegy
  63. ^ (Russian) Sky's Star Song
  64. ^ (Russian) Vesiolie Rebiata. Love Is the Child of Planet
  65. ^ (Russian) Eternal Movement
  66. ^ (Russian) Family Album
  67. ^ (Russian) Don't Forget
  68. ^ (Russian) Tango of Boris Poplavsky's Dreams