Edward Artemiev - Invitation To Reminiscences mp3 album
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Deutsch English Español Français Italiano 日本語. より多くの画像. Edward Artemiev – Invitation To Reminiscences. ーベル: Electroshock Records – ELCD 057.
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Vocals – Gintare Yautakayte*
Violin – Tatiana GrindenkoVocals – Gintare Yautakayte*
Vocals – Janna Rozhdestvenskaya*
|6||Meeting With Bygone||2:34|
|8||A Trip By The River||5:21|
|10||Under The Stars Of The Southern Sky||4:32|
Piano – Irina Popova*Violin – Natalia Chesnokova
|12||Love On The Shore Of The Red Sea||4:48|
- Artwork – Ruslan Makarov
- Composed By, Arranged By – Edward Artemiev*
- Mastered By – Gennadiy Papin*
- Producer – Artemiy Artemiev, Valery Siver
- Recorded By – Gennadiy Papin*, Vladimir Vinogradov, Victor Babushkin*
NotesThis release is a compilation of Artemiev's work for motion pictures covering a number of years. Most of the tracks reworked and reedited.
1, 2 & 3 - poems cycle sung on Lithuanian language (1 & 2) & on Russian language
4 & 7 - from motion picture "Temples of the World"
5 & 6 - from TV-series "Telegraph Agency of the Soviet Union is Authorized to Declare"
8 - from motion picture "Limita"
9 & 10 - instrumental pieces
11 - from TV-series "Doctor Zhivago"
12 - from motion picture "Sin"
13 - from TV-series "State Frontier"
14 - from motion picture "Crazy Gold"
15 - from motion picture "12"