Aleksander Serov

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Aleksander Serov
Александр Серов
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The ceremony of presenting state awards. The honorary title "People's Artist of Russia" was given to Alexander Serov,5 May 2005.
Born Alexander Nikolayevich Serov
(1954-03-24) 24 March 1954 (age 63)
Kovalivka, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
Occupation Singer, composer, Arrangement, Instrumentalist
Years active 1987–present
Title People's Artist of Russia (2004)
Website alexander-serov.ru

Alexander Nikolayevich Serov (Александр Николаевич Серов; born 24 March 1954 in Kovalivka, Mykolaiv Oblast, Ukrainian SSR) is a Ukrainian-born Russian popular singer who is best known for early success in the Russian language with the songs of Igor Krutoy. He is no known relation to Alexander Nikolayevich Serov the 19th Century classical composer.[1][2]

He achieved success based in Moscow,[3] and is a People's Artist of Russia (2004).

Popular Songs[edit]

  • "Ya lublu tebya do slez" (Я люблю тебя до слез)
  • "Madonna" ("Мадонна")
  • "Ti menya lubish" ("Ты меня любишь")
  • "Kak Mne Byt" (Как мне быть)
  • "Vorovannaya noch" (Ворованная ночь)
  • "Zvezdopad" ("Звездопад")
  • "Proklyataya" ("Проклятая")
  • "Osennyaya rosa" ("Осення роса")
  • "Muzika venchalnya" ("Музыка Венчальная")
  • "Susanna" ("Сюзанна")
  • "Ya v tebya davno vluyblen" ("Я в тебя давно влюблён")
  • "Beskonechnaya Lyubov" ("Бесконечная любовь")
  • "Svechi" ("Свечи")
  • "Moya Boginya" ("Моя Богиня")
  • "Prosti Menya" ("Прости меня")
  • "Davai drug druga ukradiom" ("Давай друг друга украдем")
  • "Ya Ne Veryu" ("Я не верю")

References[edit]

  1. ^ Указ Президиума Верховного Совета РСФСР от 24 июня 1991 г. «О присвоении почётного звания „Заслуженный артист РСФСР“»
  2. ^ Почётное звание присвоено указом № 1611 от 27 декабря 2004 года года
  3. ^ Title Missing "Popular performers (among them Alexander Morozov, Larisa Dolina, Alexander Serov, and Valeri Leontiev) found they had to move to Moscow in order to achieve success. Compared to performers in other cities, those in Moscow had better .."

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