Oleg Mityaev

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Oleg Mityaev
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Background information
Birth nameOleg Grigorievich Mityaev
Born (1956-02-19) February 19, 1956 (age 63)
OriginChelyabinsk, USSR
Genresbard
Occupation(s)Musician, singer-songwriter, actor
InstrumentsVocals, guitar
Years active1978–present
Websitemityaev.ru

Oleg Grigorievich Mityaev (Russian: Олег Григорьевич Митяев, 19 February 1956) is a Russian bard, musician and actor.

People's Artist of Russia (2009).[1] Member of Russian Writers Union.

An author and first performer of popular bard song So Good That All We... (1978).[2]

Discography[edit]

  • 1990 — Let's Talk Together
  • 1992 — Now They Speak About Money, songs of Yuri Vizbor
  • 1994 — The Letter from Africa
  • 1995 — Bright Past
  • 1996 — Summer is a Little Life
  • 1998 — Brave, People, Summer Will Come Soon!
  • 1999 — Best Songs
  • 2000 — Not Best Songs
  • 2002 — Neither Country, Not Churchyard..., lyrics by Joseph Brodsky
  • 2002 — Celestial Calculator or Lives of Wonderful People
  • 2003 — Concert in Kremlin, 2 CD
  • 2005 — Let's Talk Together! 25 Years Later
  • 2005 — The Smell of Snow
  • 2006 — Songs of Mityaev, in two parts
  • 2007 — Brave, People, Summer Will Come Soon!, re-issue
  • 2007 — Oleg Mityaev visiting Eldar Ryazanov, 2 CD
  • 2008 — New Collection. Best Songs of Oleg Mityaev
  • 2008 — There Will Be No Romance Anymore, CD+DVD
  • 2009 — Long Live Muse!, CD+DVD, lyrics by Alexandr Pushkin, music by David Tukhmanov
  • 2011 — Songs of Mityaev, the third part
  • 2011 — The Forgotten Feeling

Songbooks[edit]

  • 1992 — Let's Talk Together. Songs by Oleg Mityaev
  • 1997 — Songs
  • 2000 — Songs
  • 2000 — Ferial Things
  • 2001 — Herbalist
  • 2003 — Bright Past: Lyrics with Music Sheets Application
  • 2003 — Eternal Story: Lyrics with Music Sheets Application
  • 2004 — Let's Talk Together: Verses, Songs
  • 2004 — Summeris a little life: Verses and Songs
  • 2005 — Songs 2
  • 2006 — Songs
  • 2009 — Celestial Calculator
  • 2009 — Same Dreams
  • 2009 — Verses about Love
  • 2010 — Veins on Hardwood Arms

Videography[edit]

Films[edit]

  • Two Hours with Bards (1987)
  • Playing with Unknown (1988)
  • Safari No.6 (1990)
  • Killer (1990)
  • Monologues on the Red Brick Background, or 20 Years Later (2007)

Live recordings[edit]

  • 1998 — So Good That All We..., on 2 videotapes
  • 1999 — Songs of Our Century
  • 2001 — Brave, People, Summer Will Come Soon!
  • 2002 — Why Can't We Meet for So Long?, in two parts
  • 2003 — Concert in Kremlin
  • 2004 — Concert in Kremlin. Because of Doing Nothing
  • 2006 — Concert on Ilmen Fest. Oleg Mityaev and Vladimir Kristovsky
  • 2007 — Songs of Mityaev. Anniversary Concert in Kremlin
  • 2008 — There Will Be No Romance Anymore, CD+DVD pack)
  • 2009 — Long Live Muse!, CD+DVD

References[edit]

  1. ^ Dmitry Medvedev (22 June 2009). "Указ Президента РФ от 22.06.2009 N 698" [Decree of the President of the Russian Federation No. 698]. Presidential Administration of Russia. Retrieved 17 October 2011.
  2. ^ Филипп Митяев отказался от фамилии отца и заявил, что начинает карьеру музыканта

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