Pisnia zavzhdy z namy
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|Pisnia zavzhdy z namy|
|Directed by||Viktor Storozhenko|
|Written by||Viktor Storozhenko|
Pisnia zavzhdy z namy (Ukrainian: Пісня завжди з нами) is a 1975 Soviet Ukrainian musical film, produced by Viktor Storozhenko starring Sofia Rotaru in the main role, as well as Soviet Ukrainian Smerichka vocal-instrumental band. The movie features songs in Ukrainian, Moldovan and Russian of Sofia Rotaru filmed in the background of Ukrainian Carpathian mountains.
Filmed by Ukrainian studio of television films, the musical film Pisnia zavzhdy z namy features six songs of Volodymyr Ivasiuk, written for Sofia Rotaru. The young and beautiful singer starts a concert in a mountainous vacation resort music club in open air. This autobiographical scenario depicts true Ukrainian Moldavian origins of Sofia Rotaru in the bucolic atmosphere of melodic Bukovyna in Western Ukraine.
The filming took place in the village Ploska in Putylshchyna. The main theme of the movie is the exploration of the artistic laboratory of Sofia Rotaru, who has always affirmed that her artistic path started from a stage in a village club.
|1||"Cradle to the Wind"
Ukrainian: Колиска вiтру/Kolyska vitru
|Sofia Rotaru||Lyrics: Bogdan Stelmakh
Music: Volodymyr Ivasiuk
Russian: Лебединая верность/Lebedinaya vernost
|Sofia Rotaru||Lyrics: Andrei Dementiev
Music: Yevgeniy Martynov
|1975, 1991, 1996|
|3||"Song Will Be With Us"
Ukrainian: Пiсня буде помiж нас/Pisnia bude pomizh nas
|Sofia Rotaru||Lyrics: Volodymyr Ivasiuk
Music: Volodymyr Ivasiuk
|1974, 1977, 1997
featuring the first modern back-stage dancing in the USSR
|4||"My Late Love"
Moldovan: Iubirea mea târzie
|Sofia Rotaru||Lyrics: Ion and Petru Teodorovici
Music: Efim Ciuntu
Russian: Твои следы/Tvoi sledy
|Sofia Rotaru||Lyrics: Yevgeniy Evtushenko
Music: Arno Babadzhanyan
|6||"Say That You Love"
Ukrainian: Скажи, що любиш/Skazhy, shcho liubysh
|Sofia Rotaru||Lyrics: Serguey Kocherga
Music: Nino Rota
Sofia Rotaru was forbidden to record at Ariola (today Sony BMG Music Entertainment) the English cover of The Godfather's theme in English language by the Soviet concert administration in early 1970s as she was touring Germany.
|Sofia Rotaru||Lyrics: Igor Kokhanovsky
Music: Boris Rychkov
- Chronological order
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