Svetlana Bezrodnaya and «Vivaldi orchestra»

Svetlana Bezrodnaya and «Vivaldi orchestra»

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Shlyagery famous dance and jazz orchestras of the world 20's - 50's of the XX century - one of the most interesting trends in the work of Svetlana Bezrodnaya and her "Vivaldi Orchestra." Once glittering on the musical horizon, but now, alas, half-forgotten names of great jazzmen, domestic and foreign, such as Jack Hilton and Henry Hall, Marek Weber and Paul Whiteman, Viktor Selvestr and Georges Boulanger, Arthur Polonsky and Yakov Skomorovsky, Eddie Rosner and Alexander Tsfasman in the programs of Svetlana Bezrodnaya and her orchestra again appear before the public in all their greatness and splendor.

The program "Rhythms of the Autumn Boulevard" consists of two parts. The first - tells about the bright but short-lived scenic fate of the greatest and, unfortunately, forgotten today, the reformer of the sound of the string orchestra, who worked in the so-called "light genre". It's about Frank Purcell, the famous French violinist, conductor, composer and arranger. He became famous for his handling of hits not only of French composers, but also of foreign authors, best known both in the Old and in the New World.


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