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Ivan Kozlovsky

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Abstract
I. Kozlovsky's performance of Lensky's aria from PI Tchaikovsky's opera "Eugene Onegin" (synchronously), arias of the holy fool from MI Mussorsky's opera "Boris Godunov" (synchronously); I. Kozlovsky sings romances "Amid the Noisy Ball" (synchronously), "I met you" (synchronously), the song "Brown Eyes". Newsreel: I. Kozlovsky speaks to the soldiers of the Soviet Army at the front. I.S.Kozlovsky's visit to the P.I.Tchaikovsky House-Museum in Klin (Moscow region), the village of Maryanivka, where he was born (Ukraine). Newsreel: M. I. Kalinin presents I. S. Kozlovsky with the Order of Lenin (1939). Friends of I. S. Kozlovsky: pianist G. Neuhaus, guitarist A. M. Ivanov-Kramskoy, People's Artist of the USSR R. Simonov, architect V. Gelfreikh.
Director
I. Venzher
Color
B&W
Film ID
18622
Keywords
the great patriotic war
, music
, art
Meterage
555
Number of Parts
2
Operators
А. Crab
Other Creators
Sound I. Gunger, script by L. Braslavsky
Release Date
1960
Sound
Has Sound

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