Turetsky Choir Art Group

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The Turetsky Men's Chorus
Male choir under the direction of Michael Turetsky
From left to right: Oleg Blyahorchuk, Evgeny Tulinov, Vyacheslav Fresh, Konstantin Kabo, Mikhail Kuznetsov, Mikhaill Turetsky, Alex Alexandrov, Boris Goryachev, Evgeny Kulmis and Igor Zverev, performing at the Green Theater (Moscow), 2011.
Background information
Origin Moscow, Russia
Genres Vocal, Crossover, A cappella
Years active 1989 (1989) - present
Labels Nikitin
Website http://www.arthor.ru/
Members Mikhail Turetsky, Evgeny Tulinov, Mikhail Kuznetsov, Alex Alexandrov, Evgeny Kulmis, Boris Goryachev, Oleg Blyahorchuk, Igor Zverev, Konstantin Kabo, Vyacheslav Fresh
Past members Arthur Keish, Valentin Suhodolets

Turetsky Choir (Russian: Хор Турецкого) (art group) is a Russian men's a cappella ensemble and musical collective under the direction of Mikhail Turetsky. Their voices range from tenore contraltino to basso profundo.

Background[edit]

The Turetsky Men's Choir was established at the Moscow Choral Synagogue. The chorus made its debut in 1990 with Jewish liturgical and folk music in the philharmonic halls of Tallinn and Kaliningrad. Their repertoire has grown since to include opera, spiritual, folk and pop music in 10 different languages.

In his blog "Teruah Jewish Music" Jack Zaientz wrote, "I don't know if any of the choir members, including Turetsky, are Jewish or what being Jewish might mean to them... And I'm not sure how much it matters. Seeing a bunch of seriously good male vocalists singing Jewish music to a huge crowd of Russians, in the face of the centuries of discrimination that Russian Jews have faced, does my heart proud.But still it is TURETSKY Choir"[1]

"Very few people were interested in that kind of music at the time, and no one at all in the post-Soviet countries… … … So when I got an opportunity, I did some research in libraries in New York and Jerusalem and discovered this profound, diverse, and very stylish kind of music that was accessible at a basic human level… … … We understood that we had to have a broader scope and began to include secular material in our programs… … … Today, our repertoire contains music from the last four centuries – from Handel to Soviet pop hits, chanson, and the best examples of contemporary pop culture…"

Mikhail Turetsky, National Artist of the Russian Federation, The founder and the leader of The Turetsky Men's Choir [2]

The Milestones of The Turetsky Choir[edit]

  • 1989 — Chorus formation by Mikhail Turetsky (founder and conductor) the Moscow Choral Synagogue
  • 1990 — Thanks to the American Joint Distribution Committee (JDC), the Choir made its official debut at the Moscow Choral Synagogue in 1990 and ever since, has been a vehicle throughout Russia for renewed interest in Jewish heritage. Music which was near extinction since 1917 was able to be heard again and is now a staple throughout Russia's synagogues. The Choir made its first concerts in Kaliningrad, Tallinn, Chisinau, Kiev, Leningrad, Moscow and other cities.
  • 1991–1992 — Performances in the United States. The Choir sang in Washington, D.C. for Congress at the Chanukah celebration, the Park East Synagogue in New York, at Carnegie and Merkin Halls. They were invited to sing in Spain at the event, commemorating the 500th year since the Spanish expulsion of the Jews (participation in "Por Me Espiritu" festival together with Plácido Domingo, Isaak Stern, Zubin Meta's Orchestra). The event was attended by representatives of Canada, Great Britain, France, Italy, Greece, Morocco and China.
  • 1993–1994 — Tours in England, Israel, United States, Poland. In 1993, the American Cantor Association awarded Mikhail Turetsky with the Golden Crown of the Cantors of the World Award. This award has been given to only eight people in the world.
  • 1995–1996 — The Choir splits into two parts. One part stays in Moscow, the other goes to Miami, FL to work at the Temple Emmanu-El Synagogue. The "American" soloists become "honored Citizens of Miami. The Choir performs together with Julio Iglesias. The repertoire of the Choir grows to include folk songs, opera arias, Broadway classics, jazz pieces . When the group returned to Moscow in 1996 they caught the attention of Yuri Lujkov, the Mayor of Moscow, who named the group Moscow's official Jewish Choir of the government.
  • 1997 — The group took part in over 100 concerts in Iosif Kobzon's Russian farewell tour. "The Turetsky Choir" was recognized as a "state choir".
  • 1998–1999 — The Choir tours the CIS, Spain, the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Australia, and the United States. During the Choir's stay in the US, February 6 is announced the "Day of the Moscow Jewish Choir".
  • 2000–2001 — Joint tour with Iosif Kobzon. Performances in Israel, the USA, Australia, Germany, the CIS. The Choir performs on the stage of the Moscow State Variety Theatre.
  • 2002 — Mikhail Turetsky receives the title "Honored Artist of the Russian Federation" for his achievements in art.[3]
  • 2002–2003 — Touring the United States and Europe.
  • January 2004 — The first solo performance of the "Turetsky Choir Art Group." The Program «The Ten Voices that Overwhelmed the World" brought Mikhail the title of the Man of the Year 2004 in the nomination "Cultural Event of the Year" of the national "The Man of the Year Award."
  • December 2004 — The Turetsky Choir presents the program "When Men Are Singing" in the State Kremlin Palace with participation of Emma Chaplin and Gloria Gaynor.
  • January 2005 — Performing at the best concert halls of the United States in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Atlantic City, Boston, Chicago.
  • 2005–2006 — Turetsky Choir's Anniversary Tour "Born to Sing" in more than 100 cities of Russia and the CIS.
  • 2006–2007 — Turetsky Choir tours 70 cities of Russia and the CIS with the program "Music of All Times and Peoples"
  • 2007 — Turetsky Choir receives the Russian Music Award "Record 2007" for the best classical album of the year (the Collector's edition of the "Great Music" ), the Choir is recognized for the children's charity concert "Be Kind-Hearted Today!". The concert of the group for children at the main platform of the country in the State Kremlin Palace which passed in March the 27-th with support of the Moscow’s Government and the Committee of Culture of the Moscow-city became the bright beginning of the action. More than 5,000 children (gifted and talented children, children from socially unprotected and having many children families, children-invalids) have visited the concert. Turetsky Choir gets a Yearly National "Emotion" Award in the category "Respect".[4]

"Our action is an unique possibility to address to enormous audience with call to create good, - Mikhail Turetsky considers, - after all it is not a secret that the language of the music is popular and clear for each of us, as no another. The storm of applause, sea of flowerers, enthusiastic children’s faces, fire in their eyes, all of this is indicative that purpose put by us was reached"

Mikhail Turetsky
  • 2007–2008 — "Hallelujah to Love" Tour around Russia and the CIS. The Choir gives a record-breaking number of concerts in Moscow. The «Turetsky Choir» performs 4 times at the Kremlin Palace, and have one additional concert at State Concert Hall "Rossiya" (ru: ГЦКЗ "Россия"), in Luzhniki.
  • 2008–2009 — Touring Russia, the CIS, and the USA with the new program "And the Show Goes On..."
  • 2010–2011 — anniversary tour "20 years: 10 voices"
  • 2011 — tour "The beginning" starts.

Soloists[edit]

Soloist Started to sing in the choir
Mikhail Turetsky — tenor, National Artist of the Russian Federation, founder and the leader of the "Turetsky Choir" Art Group.

Mikhail was born in Moscow in 1962. He received a degree in «Choir Conducting» from the Gnesins' Academy of Music. Following an internship as a symphonic conductor, he conducted at the Children's Chapel, the Political Song Ensemble and the choir of the Yuri Sherling Theater. Since 1990 he is the organizer, conductor and art-project director (choirmaster) of the male choir of the Moscow Choral Synagogue. Now it is well known as the Choir of Mikhail Turetsky (Turetsky's Choir).

"I can't even imagine myself being in another field of activity but music… It is absolutely impossible to perform complicated compositions without a conductor. While conducting the choir, I try at the same time to involve the whole auditorium into our musical dialogue. The 21st century might be by right called the age of information and professionalism. When I hear a splendid harmonic sound, see a real stage direction and set design, I can then realize that we deal with a group of true professionals"

Mikhail Turetsky[5]
1989
Alex Alexandrov — dramatic baritone

He is one of the Choir's youngest soloists as well as the most veteran. Alex is also an assistant choreographer. Many of the dance pieces in our concerts were staged with his help. He perfectly covers the voices of other pop stars like Toto Cutugno and Boris Moiseev.

Born in Moscow in 1972. He graduated from the Choral Singing College named after Sveshnikov and The Gnesins' Academy of Music.

"The Turetsky Choir is my whole life, or at least a major part of it. Here I grew up, and formed my personality. I cannot imagine my life without the Choir. The Maestro is not just a leader and the founder of the choir, but a second father to me… I believe in myself. I have something to aim for, and I just have a pleasure of living."

Alex Alexandrov[5]
1990
Evgeny Kulmisbass-profondo, director of the choir in the past, poet.

Bass-profundo is a rear natural voice and no ordinary bass. It acquires very low notes, much lower than in a bass. This sound is more authentically cantorial.

He was born near the city of Chelyabinsk in the Southern Urals in 1966. His rise in the musical world began as a pianist. He graduated Gnessins Russian Music Academy, and then became a postgraduate specializing in Musicology (the Department of Music History, Theory, and Composing). Evgeny Kulmis is the author of poems, translations of selected musical compositions, executed by the choir. For example, he wrote the text accompanying the original compositions in "Twilight" of the Electric Light Orchestra.

"This is my something that I like and this is what I can do. Probably I shall die in the choir... I feel much more confident as a performer in the team.... My education is as a theorist and not training as a singer. But now singing has become my profession, my life."

Evgeny Kulmis[5]
1991
Evgeny Tulinov — dramatic operatic tenor, Distinguished Artist of the Russian Federation, assistant art director and a professional choir conductor.

Born in Moscow in 1964. He graduated from the Music College at the Moscow Conservatory and from The Gnesins' Academy of Music. In his first student years, Tulinov sang liturgy in the Church of Saint John the Warrior, conducted the choir at the Recreation Centre and worked in the "Male Chamber Choir" conducted by V. M. Rybin.

"Singing in an operatic style is my greatest pleasure. I look at singing from an actor's point of view. I imagine how I would have acted the character with all the drama... We are all creative associates, we are like some substance that exists outside of the real world. We understand each other and speak the same language."

Evgeny Tulinov[5]
1991
Mikhail Kuznetsovtenor altino, Distinguished Artist of the Russian Federation. Tenor altino is very rare natural voice. He can sing both male and female arias.

Born in Moscow in 1962, Kuznetsov graduated from The Gnesins' Academy of Music. Then he sang in the Moscow Chamber Choir conducted by Vladimir Minin and in the Male Choir of the publishing department of the "Moscow Patriarchy" magazine.

"The choir for me is like home. Here I can feel my professional growth and satisfy my personal and professional ambitions. I feel the desire to live and to work more and more… Every time that I go on stage, I am trying to give the audience as much love and warmth as I can give."

Mikhail Kuznetsov[5]
1992
Oleg Blyahorchuk, lyric tenor, multi-instrumentalist (he plays the piano, guitar, accordion, melodica).

Was born in 1966 in the city of Minsk in Belarus. He studied at Minsk Musical College. At his third year in college Oleg had his own vocal and instrumental group, in which he simultaneously was the leader, vocalist and keyboardist. After college, he entered the Minsk State Conservatoire in the specialty "choral conducting". He worked in the choir of the Belarus Radio and TV Company, where the main conductor was V.V. Rovdo, a student of People's Artist of the USSR A.V. Sveshnikov. Blyahorchuk then became a soloist of the concert orchestra of the Republic of Belarus under the leadership of Mikhail Finberg.

"What I do think now about life and work? I am happy to be in demand as a musician. Not all of my classmates and friends are so lucky. The Choir is everything to me now – it is my work and my way of life, my way of earning my living altogether."

Oleg Blyahorchuk[5]
1996
Igor Zverevbass

Born in 1968, in Moscow Region. He graduated from The Department of Choral Conducting of the Moscow Academy of Arts and Culture. He worked as a professional singer in the Academic Song and Dance Company of the Internal Troops of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation and then in the Polyansky's State Academic Symphonic Capella.

"I understood that working with this group could give me, as an artist, a great opportunity for self-fulfillment and professional growth… Now I feel the energy of my own voice and I am more confident. It's like feeling your new self"

Igor Zverev[5]
2003
Boris Goryachev — lyric baritone

Born in Moscow, in 1971. Graduated from the Moscow Conservatory. Boris Goryachev worked in the Men's Chamber Choir "Akathist" under the management AV Malyutin. The team performed Russian spiritual music, which was then new and popular. In 1995 Goryachev joined the choir "Peresvet" as well as performing in his own quartet spiritual and Russian folk music. Boris and the "Turetsky Choir" met in 2003.

"After a while you get used to the rapid pace. Now I cannot imagine my life without concerts and trips. Do you know what happiness is for a musician? When you feel confident in yourself, when you have a certain niche, when you see the grateful eyes of the audience, when you know that even that success does not fully reveal your voice capacity and that there is still much ahead..."

Boris Goryachev[5]
2003
Konstantin Kabo — baritone tenor

Born in Moscow in 1974. Graduated from Sveshnikov Musical College and The Russian University of Theatre Arts (GITIS). He sang in musicals including "Nord-Ost", "12 Chairs", "Romeo and Juliet", "Mama Mia". Simultaneously, he wrote the music for the program "The Circus on Ice".

"I am pleased and happy. In the Choir I have found my "I". Work in the group gives me a huge charge of energy, which I gladly share with the public, as well as with people close to me"

Konstantin Kabo[5]
2007
Vyacheslav Freshcounter-tenor (highest pitch of all male voices, which is equal to female contralto or mezzo-soprano).

Born in Moscow in 1982. He graduated from the Department of Music and Fine Arts of J. Gutenberg University in Mainz, (Germany).

"I was not a professional singer. I can even say I was just a guy who had a good voice. There were millions of guys just like me… I recorded several songs from the repertoire of “Queen” and also some classical compositions and mailed all this to the Choir's office. Several months later I was invited for a live audition in Moscow. That was a miracle for me… Meeting and working with the Choir was one of the greatest good fortunes in my life. As a young musician it is an honor share the stage with professionals, to absorb their experience, their stage skills, their vocal skills, their acting skills. I will try to match the level of the group and to grow as a professional."

Vyacheslav Fresh[5]
2009

Discography[edit]

High Holidays (Jewish religious songs)
  1. Ma Tovu
  2. Hashkivenu
  3. Torah Service
  4. Ki Lekach Tov
  5. B’rosh Ha Sho No
  6. Hayom Haras Olom
  7. Shehecheyonu
  8. V’al Yde Avodecho
  9. Hajjom T’ammezenu
  10. Kol Nidrei
  11. L’chu N’ranenoh
  12. Eil' Melech Yosheiv
  13. Himmoze Lonu
  14. Kionu Ammecho
  15. Classidic Kaddish
Bravissimo
  1. Shiru Shalom
  2. Ismechu
  3. Ich Hob Dir
  4. Russian Mood
  5. Memory («Cats»)
  6. A Byssele Mazl
  7. Подмосковные Вечера
  8. Sunrise, Sunset («Fiddler on the Roof»)
  9. To Life («Fiddler on the Roof»)
  10. Be My Love
  11. Let my people go
  12. Hava Nagila
Jewish Songs
  1. Ma Tovu
  2. Hashkivenu
  3. Torah Service
  4. Ki Lekach Tov
  5. B’rosh Ha Sho No
  6. Hayom Haras Olom
  7. Shehecheyonu
  8. V’al Yde Avodecho
  9. Hajjom T’ammezenu
  10. Kol Nidrei
  11. L’chu N’ranenoh
  12. Eil' Melech Yosheiv
  13. Himmoze Lonu
  14. Kionu Ammecho
  15. Classidic Kaddish
Star Duets (ru:Звёздные дуэты)
  1. The Show Must Go On (with Kirkorov)
  2. Memory from "Cats" (with Laima Vaikule)
  3. Venus (with Lolita)
  4. Feelings (with Gazmanov)
  5. Играл скрипач (with Mikhail Shufutinsky)
  6. L`chaim (with Boris Moiseev)
  7. Дорогие москвичи (with Laima Vaikule)
  8. Ой, мороз, мороз (with Nadezhda Kadysheva)
  9. Captain (ru:Капитан) (Live) (with Kobzon)
  10. Letka-enka (with Anastasia Stotskaya)
  11. O sole mio (Live) (with Nikolai Baskov)
Une vie d’amour (ru:Такая великая любовь)
  1. Une vie d’amour
  2. Composition «Money»
  3. Medley "USSR" (a cappella)
  4. Un amore cosi grande
  5. Прощальная песня
  6. Увезу тебя я в тундру
  7. Medley «Паровоз» (a cappella)
  8. Sports Medley
  9. Мы, друзья, перелетные птицы
  10. Yerushala’im Shel Zahav
  11. Песня старого извозчика (a cappella)
  12. Мишка-одессит
  13. Nessun Dorma
  14. Notre Dame de Paris
  15. Bonus (попурри из фрагментов песен на стихи Ю.Энтина (a cappella)
When the Men Sing (ru:Когда поют мужчины) (Concert in Haifa, DVD, 2004)

(see the next DVD)- concert without Gloria Gaynor and Emma Chapplin.

When the Men Sing (Concert in Moscow, DVD, 2004)
  1. Va pensiero from «Nabucco»
  2. Opera Medley
  3. Memory
  4. Un amore cosi grande
  5. Une vie d’amour
  6. Money of ABBA
  7. Vedi, Maria/Emma Chapplin-Carmin Meo
  8. Zug
  9. Песня старого извозчика
  10. Мы, друзья, перелётные птицы
  11. Meley «Паровоз»
  12. Мишка-одессит
  13. Medley USSR «СССР»
  14. Hava Nagila
  15. Ki mi Tzion, Shma Isroel
  16. Yerushalaim Shel Zahav
  17. Sim Shalom
  18. Let my people go
  19. Can't take my eyes
  20. Hit the road Jack
  21. I will survive – Gloria Gaynor
  22. Notre Dame de Paris
  23. Medley "San-Remo"
  24. Caruso
  25. Russian Medley (Русское попурри)
  26. Letka-enka (Летка-енка)
  27. Мурка
  28. O sole mio
  29. Diva
  30. Финал. Прощальная песня
Born to Sing (ru:Рожденные петь)

1st Part

  1. Aria of Loris from «Fedra»
  2. The second aria of Calaf from «Turandot»
  3. В горнице моей светло
  4. Opera Medley
  5. Ariozo of Phantom from «The Phantom of the Opera»
  6. Увезу тебя я в тундру
  7. Liric scenes from Pushkin
  8. Liric scenes from Pushkin
  9. Liric scenes from Pushkin
  10. Полёт шмеля
  11. Medley «Паровоз»
  12. Голуби летят над нашей зоной
  13. Мишка-одессит
  14. Can’t buy me love
  15. Back in the U.S.S.R.

2-nd Part

  1. Va pensiero from «Nabucco»
  2. Ma tovu (Jewish Religious Song)
  3. Requiem No 7 of Mozart
  4. Отче наш
  5. Choir of Apostols from «Jesus Christ Superstar»
  6. Sim shalom
  7. Окрасился месяц багрянцем
  8. Папиросы
  9. Two Guitars (ru:Две гитары)
  10. Шар голубой
  11. Beigelach (ru:Бублики)
  12. Куплеты Бони из оперетты «Королева чардаша»
  13. Мурка
  14. Песня о дружбе
  15. Прощальная песня из к/ф «Обыкновенное чудо»
Great Music (2 CD + DVD) (ru:Великая музыка)

Great Music DVD

  1. Loris's Aria (U.Giordano "Fedora")
  2. Nessun Dorma. Calaf's Aria (G.Puccini "Turandot")
  3. V gornitse moey svetlo (I.Yechikov / N.Rubtsov)
  4. Opera potpourri (R.Wagner Lohengrin, G.Verdi Il trovatore, W.A.Mozart The Magic Flute, Ch.Gounod Faust, G.Bizet Carmen)
  5. The Music Of The Night (A.Lloyd Webber / C.Hart / Stilgoe R.H.Z.S)
  6. Une vie d'amour (D.Garvarents / Ch.Aznavour)
  7. Uvezu tebya ya v tundru (М.Fradkin / М.Plyazkovsky)
  8. "Pushkin's lyric scenes" (P.I.Tchaikovsky)
  9. The Flight of the Bumblebee (N.A.Rymsky-Korsakov)
  10. Parovoz (potpourri)
  11. Golubi letyat nad nashey zonoy (V.Dubovskoy)
  12. Mishka Odessit (М.Tanachnikov / V.Dykhovichny)
  13. Can't By Me Love (J.Lennon / P.McCartney)
  14. USSR (potpourri)
  15. Va pensiero (G.Verdi "Nabucco")
  16. Ma tovu (Jewish folk song)
  17. Lacrymosa (W.А.Mozart)
  18. Otche nash / Pater noster (N.N.Kedrov, Russian orthodox prayer)
  19. Jesus Christ Superstar (A.Lloyd Webber / T.Rice)
  20. Sim Shalom (Jewish prayer ) / Lodochka (Т.Khrennikov / М.Matusovsky)
  21. Go Down Moses (S.Oliver)
  22. Okrasilsya mesyaz bagryantsem (Russian Folk Song)
  23. Papirosy (Jewish folk song)
  24. Dve guitary (I.Vasiliev / А.Grigoriev)
  25. Shar Goluboy (D.Shostakovich)
  26. Bubliki (S.Bogomazov / Y.Yadov)
  27. Boni's Song. The Czardas Princess (I.Kalman)
  28. Letka-Enka (R.Lehtinen / M.Plyatskovsky)
  29. Murka (Odessa folk song)
  30. Money, money, money (potpourri)
  31. Odnozvuchno gremit kolokoltchik (К.Sidorovich / I.Makarov)
  32. Pesnya o druzhbe (V.Bulikov)
  33. Presentation of Turetsky Choir
  34. Davaite negromko (G.Gladkov / Y.Kim)
Moscow – Jerusalem (ru:Москва-Иерусалим) (2 CD + DVD)

Moscow – Jerusalem CD1

  1. Hu Elokeynu (Jewish folk song)
  2. B’rosh ha Shono (I.Malovani)
  3. Hodo al Eretz (V.Dubovskoy)
  4. Hajjom T'ammezeynu (L.Levandovsky)
  5. Shehecheyonu (M.Machtenberg / Vladovsky)
  6. Al Naharos Bovel (Z.Zilberts)
  7. Kadsheynu B’mitsvosecho (S.Zim)
  8. Areshes S'foseynu (M.Kusevitsky)
  9. Ma Tovu (L.Levandovsky / Z.Zilberts)
  10. Ahavas Olam (L.Levandovsky)
  11. Ki mi Tziyon (L.Levandovsky)
  12. Torah Service (Jewish prayer)
  13. Kol Nidrey (R.Himelstein)
  14. Kionu Ammecho (I.Malovani)
  15. Shma Isroel (L.Levandovsky)
  16. Hayom Haras Olom (Leo)
  17. Ki Lekach Tov (D.Roitman / I.Rumshinsky)
  18. Hasidic Kaddish (Jewish prayer)
  19. Havdola (Z.Zilberts)
  20. Hine Ma Tov (A.Kalib)
  21. Ismechu (Z.Zilberts)
  22. Sabbath Prayer (J.Bock, fragment of musical «Fiddler on the Roof»)

Moscow – Jerusalem CD2

  1. Hava Nagila (Jewish folk song)
  2. Bubliki (S.Bogomazov / Y.Yadov)
  3. A bissele mazl (Berry Sisters)
  4. Shiru Shalom (Y.Rosenblum / Y.Rotblit)
  5. Sholom, Sholom (Jewish prayer)
  6. Abi Gesund (Jewish folk song, remix)
  7. 7/40 (Jewish folk song)
  8. A Glesele L' chaim (Jewish folk song, remix)
  9. Shar goluboy (D.Shostakovich)
  10. Ba mir bistu sheyn (Jewish folk song)
  11. Erev shel Shoshanim (M.Dor / Y.Hadar)
  12. Hallelujah (Oshrat-Ventoora Kobi / Or Shimrit)
  13. L'chaim chaveyrim (Jewish folk song)
  14. L'chaim (Jewish folk song)
  15. Mamele (Jewish folk song)
  16. Od Yishama (Carlebach Shlomo)
  17. Yerushalaim (Jewish folk song / A.Hameyiri)
  18. Zug (Berry Sisters)
  19. Ich Hob Dir (Jewish folk song)
  20. Israel, Israel (R.Siegel / S.Meinunger)
  21. Tum Balalayka (Jewish folk song) – Turetsky Choir feat. I.Kobzon

Moscow – Jerusalem DVD

  1. Ma Tovu (L.Levandovsky / Z.Zilberts)
  2. Ki Lekach Tov (D.Roitman / I. Rumshinsky)
  3. Ismechu (Z.Zilberts)
  4. Areshes S'foseynu (M.Kusevitsky)
  5. Hine Ma Tov (A.Kalib)
  6. Sim Shalom (Abe Nadel)
  7. A Glesele l'chaim (Jewish folk song, remix)
  8. Velirushalaim Ircho (L.Levandovsky / M.Kusevitsky)
Music of all times (ru:Музыка всех времен) (CD + 2 DVD)

CD: Music of all time

  1. Ах, Этот Вечер
  2. Ave Maria
  3. Almirena’s Aria (G.F.Handel Rinaldo)
  4. Flight Of The Bumblebee (From Opera "Tale Of The Tsar Saltan")
  5. Song Of The Old Cab
  6. Black Eyebrows
  7. There Is Only A Moment
  8. Looking At The Lake Blue
  9. Fantasy On The Theme Of "Poljushko-Pole"
  10. Letkajenkka (Letkis)
  11. Verdimania: Rigoletto, Aida, La Traviata, La forza del destino (opera potpourri, G.Verdi)
  12. Tango Ostap (A.Zatsepin / N.Derbenev)
  13. How Young We Were
  14. Тайна / Twilight (ELO)
  15. The Show Must Go On (B.May)
  16. Hello, Dolly
  17. We Are The Champions (F.Mercury)
  18. Farewell Song (G.Gladkov / Y.Kim)
  19. Bamir Bistu Sheyn (Bonus Track)

DVD 1: Music of all times (The Kremlin – 2006, Live)

  1. Oh, This Evening
  2. Ave Maria
  3. Almirenas Aria (G.F.Handel Rinaldo)
  4. Lacrymosa
  5. Our Father
  6. Yerushala'im Shel Zahay
  7. The Choir Of The Apostles From The Rock-Opera "Jesus Christ Super Star"
  8. "Hallelujah" From The Oratorio "Messiah "
  9. God Forbid
  10. The Opera Medley
  11. Flight Of The Bumblebee (From Opera "Tale Of The Tsar Saltan")
  12. Song Of The Old Cab
  13. Mishka-Odessit
  14. Black Eyebrows
  15. There Is Only A Moment
  16. Aria Herman From The Opera "Queen Of Spades"
  17. Looking At The Lake Blue
  18. Oy, Moroz-Moroz
  19. Coloured Hues Of The Month
  20. Walking Horses
  21. Fantasy On The Theme Of "Poljushko-Pole"
  22. Lizaveta
  23. Letkajenkka (Letkis)
  24. Historia De Un Amor
  25. Honestly
  26. Sole Mio
  27. Song About Friendship

DVD2:Hallelujah to Love (ru:Аллилуйя любви) / Kremlin Live DVD – 2008

  1. Alliluya lyubvi (D.Novikov / S.Olenberg)
  2. O Fortuna! (C.Orff Carmina burana)
  3. Verdimania: Rigoletto, Aida, La Traviata, La forza del destino (opera potpourri, G.Verdi)
  4. Ukrainian Motives (arias from N.Lysenko Natalka-Poltavka, S.Gulak-Artemovky Zaporozhets za Dunaem, V. Ivasyuk Tchervona Ruta)
  5. Tango Ostap (A.Zatsepin / N.Derbenev)
  6. Kak molody my byli (A.Pakhmutova / N.Dobronravov)
  7. Charlie (R.Pauls / I.Reznik)
  8. Тайна / Twilight (ELO)
  9. The Show Must Go On (B.May)
  10. Scorpions' Fantasy
  11. Et si tu n'existais pas (P.Delano, C.Lemesle / T.Cutugno, P.Losito)
  12. Aspekty lyubvi (potpourri: I.Dunaevsky / V.Lebedev-Kumach “Kak mnogo devushek horoshikh”, T.Mauss / E.Renalls “Sex Bomb”, A.Bard / J.P.Barda / M.Dornonville / D.Peczynski / A.Wollbeck “Sexual Revolution”)
  13. Winter Medley "Tundra"
  14. Hello, Dolly (J.Herman)
  15. Storie di tutti i giorni (M.Fabrizio / G.Morra)
  16. Vivo Per Lei
  17. Ba Mir Bistu Sheyn
  18. Hava Nagila (Jewish folk song)
  19. Boni’s Song. The Czardas Princess (I.Kalman)
  20. Blue Fog
  21. We Are The Champions (F.Mercury)
  22. Farewell Song (G.Gladkov / Y.Kim)

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