Sunday, April 5, 2009

Pesnyary - Ty mne vesnoyu prisnilas'(1971)USSR Belarus

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The group was created in Belarus (Byelorussia, the USSR) in 1967/68 as LIAVONY ("(The Jesters") by the folk enthusiast Vladimir Muliavin (1941-2003), who became band's constant leader. In 1969 it was renamed to PESNIARY ("(The Folk Tales Narrators/Singers").The main specialization of the group was folk songs' adaptation on modern rock instruments (and also violins, flutes, sax, folk whistles, lyre) with heavy accent on vocal harmonies. Their musical approach (not the sound, though) was somehow congenial with that of STEELEYE SPAN". In the very beginning PESNIARY were inspired by THE BEATLES; they (then LIAVONY) even performed "Yesterday" and "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" with Russian lyrics. But in general, PESNIARY don't sound like any of the mentioned bands. They were certainly pioneers of such music in the Soviet Union. The demanding selection by Muliavin resulted in an unusual amalgam of multi-instrumentalists with incredible voices, a unique band in the USSR (and in the world too) at those times.The 70s.The peak of the band's popularity, albums were sold in millions of copies (don't think they became millionaires, the one and only record label in the USSR, ...The group was created in Belarus (Byelorussia, the USSR) in 1967/68 as LIAVONY ("(The) Jesters") by the folk enthusiast Vladimir Muliavin (1941-2003), who became band's constant leader. In 1969 it was renamed to PESNIARY ("(The) Folk Tales Narrators/Singers").The main specialization of the group was folk songs' adaptation on modern rock instruments (and also violins, flutes, sax, folk whistles, lyre) with heavy accent on vocal harmonies. Their musical approach (not the sound, though) was somehow congenial with that of STEELEYE SPAN". In the very beginning PESNIARY were inspired by THE BEATLES; they (then LIAVONY) even performed "Yesterday" and "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da" with Russian lyrics. But in general, PESNIARY don't sound like any of the mentioned bands. They were certainly pioneers of such music in the Soviet Union. : : :read more

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1"Ты мне весною приснилась (Ю.Семеняко-В.Шушкевич)" 2"Косил Ясь конюшину (нар.песня)" 3"В поле верба (нар.песня)" 4"Ой, рано на Ивана (нар.песня)" 5"Рушники (нар.песня)" 6"Скрипят мои лапти (нар.песня)" 7"Пойдем вдоль улицы (нар.песня)" 8"Александрина (В.Мулявин-П.Бровка)" 9"Беларусь (В.Мулявин-В.Скарынкин )"

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1"Ty mne vesnoyu prisnilas' (Yu.Semenyako-V.Shushkevich)" 2"Kosil Yas' konyushinu (nar.pesnya)" 3"V pole verba (nar.pesnya)" 4"Oy, rano na Ivana (nar.pesnya)" 5"Rushniki (nar.pesnya)" 6"Skripyat moi lapti (nar.pesnya)" 7"Poydem vdol' ulitsy (nar.pesnya)" 8"Aleksandrina (V.Mulyavin-P.Brovka)" 9"Belarus' (V.Mulyavin-V.Skarynkin )"

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