Yedynomu

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Єдиному
"Yedynomu"
Edinomu Sofija Rotaru.jpg
Studio album by Sofia Rotaru
Released 2003 (Ukraine, Russia & worldwide)
Recorded Artur-Music
Genre Pop, Dance
Language Ukrainian, Moldavan
Label Artur-Music, (Ukraine)
Producer Sofia Rotaru
Sofia Rotaru chronology
Snezhnaya koroleva
(2002)Snezhnaya koroleva2002
Yedynomu
(2003)

Yedynomu (Ukrainian: Єдиному, Russian: Единому — literally "To the Only One") - is the third studio album of Sofia Rotaru, recorded in Ukraine. The album was released in 2003 in Ukraine and Russia with 16 tracks with consequent worldwide release. This album appeared after a pause in Rotaru's career caused by the death of her husband Anatoliy Evdokimenko and is a tribute to his memory.[1]

The album includes major super hits of the 1970s to 1990s period of the joint life and working partnership of Sofia Rotaru and Anatoliy Evdokimenko. Anatoliy was a long-time working partner, helping to direct and produce many of her songs. The album was released exactly on the anniversary of death of her husband[2] As of January 2004, more than 2,000,000 copies were sold.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "One Guelder Rose" (Ukrainian: Одна калина "Odna kalyna") Vitaliy Kurovsky Ruslan Kvinta 4:06
2. "Chervona Ruta" (Ukrainian: Червона рута "Chervona ruta") Volodymyr Ivasyuk Volodymyr Ivasyuk 4:22
3. "Melancolie (Sofia Rotaru song)" (Moldovan: Melancolie) G. Vieru P. Teodorovych 4:49
4. "Two Rings" (Ukrainian: Два перстенi "Dva persteni") Volodymyr Ivasyuk Volodymyr Ivasyuk 4:01
5. "Happy Evening" (Moldovan: Seară albastră)     4:39
6. "Ivan" (Moldovan: Ioane) Moldavian folk song Moldavian folk song  
7. "Grey-winged Bird" (Ukrainian: Сизокрилий птах "Syzokryly ptakh") Roman Kudlyk Don Backy  
8. "Ballad About Hollyhocks" (Ukrainian: Мальви (Балада про мальви)) Bohdan Hura Volodymyr Ivasyuk 4:11
9. "Prydy" (Moldovan: Să vii) D. Matkovsky I. Aldya-Teodorovych 3:57

Languages of performance[edit]

Songs are performed in Ukrainian and Romanian (Moldovan) languages.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Єдиному..."
  2. ^ Ekaterina VASILIEVA (22 October 2003). ""Sofia Rotaru released a new album "To the Only One", dedicated to the memory of Anatoliy Evdokimenko"". «День» №189, DAILY UKRAINIAN NEWSPAPER. Retrieved 2008-07-20. 

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