Evgeny Agranovich

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Eugeny Agranovich in 2007

Evgeny Danilovich Agranovich (Russian: Евге́ний Дани́лович Аграно́вич, IPA: [jɪvˈɡʲenʲɪj dɐˈnʲiləvʲɪt͡ɕ ɐɡrɐˈnovʲɪt͡ɕ] ( ); October 13, 1918, Oryol, Russia – January 29, 2010, Moscow, Russia) was a Russian poet and bard.[1]

He was an alumnus of the Maxim Gorky Literature Institute. Eugeny Agranovich wrote many popular Russian songs including "Одесса-мама" (Odessa-mama, Odessa the Mother), "Я в весеннем лесу пил берёзовый сок" (Ya v vessennem lesu pil beryozovy sok, I Drank a Birch Sap in the Spring Forest), and "Вечный огонь" (Vechny Ogon, The Eternal Flame).

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