Sofia Rotaru (album)
|Studio album by Sofia Rotaru|
|Released||July 1972 (USSR)
August 1974 (USSR)
|Recorded||1972, Melodiya, Moscow|
|Genre||Pop, Dance, Pop folk|
|Label||Melodiya mochlova/zomba/Sony (German & Romanian release)|
|Sofia Rotaru chronology|
Sofia Rotaru is the debut album by Soviet singer-songwriter Sofia Rotaru, released in July 1972 by Melodiya. The first long play album was re-released in 1974 for the Soviet and Eastern European market and re-packaged as Sofia Rotaru - 1974. The album includes songs performed in Russian, Ukrainian, Bulgarian and Romanian languages.
The songs recorded on the side A are all performed in foreign languages, with the musical background played by band Chervona Ruta, directed by Anatoliy Evdokimenko. Songs 1, 3, 4 are performed in Ukrainian language, 2 - in Bulgarian, and 5 - in Moldavian languages.
|01||"Ballad about Violins"
Ukrainian: Балада про скрипки/Balada pro skripki
|Volodymyr Ivasyuk||Vasily Marsyuk||1972, 1974, 1992||5:37|
|T. Rusev||D. Demyanov|
Ukrainian: Два перстенi/Dva persteni
|Volodymyr Ivasyuk||Volodymyr Ivasyuk||1974, 1977, 1992, 2001
was also performed by Nazariy Yaremchuk with Smerichka band
|04||"Song Will Be With Us"
Ukrainian: Пiсня буде помiж нас/Pisnya bude pomizh nas
|Volodymyr Ivasyuk||Volodymyr Ivasyuk||1974, 1977, 1997
was also performed by Nazariy Yaremchuk, Vasily Zinkevich, Taras Chubay and Vatra band
Moldovan: Numai tu
|Petru Teodorovici||Ion Petrachi||5:37|
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