They gave us the greatest hits of our childhood - let's remember the brilliant voice actors
In today's article, we decided to remember the people who gave us the greatest hits of childhood and adolescence! They didn't shine on TV very often, and some of them had very sad careers... But they made an invaluable contribution to our culture and gave us songs that we can listen to forever. Classicsthat will never get boring! It's about voice actorswho delighted and delighted millions of Soviet people with their voice...
We have tried to remember those whose contributions is especially important. Which of them is the best - everyone decides for himself. We love them equally, because they are all beautiful - each in their own way. So: these are the top performers USSR movie hits by Fuzz Music magazine!
Without Zhanna Rozhdestvenskaya It is difficult to imagine domestic cinema - she performed a number of famous movie hits, which went to the people and became classics. For example, the groovy composition "Fortune Teller."which was played in the movie "Ah, vaudeville, vaudeville...".
Jeanne's voice can also be heard in the films "The Magic Voice of Gelsomino," "Office romance" (prologue), "June 31" and many others!
Rozhdestvenskaya's vocal credentials peerless - this voice can never be confused! It is Jeanne who performs aria of the Blessed Virgin. in "Juno and Avos" - no one else can reach such heights! It's a pity that the performer's career didn't work out: at some point there was silence - they just stopped inviting her to work. That's how talents get buried...
Apparently, the beautiful voice in the Rozhdestvensky family is hereditary! Olga, Jeanne's daughter, she blew the audience away with her up-tempo song "Ah, the rivers in Africa are this wide!" in "About Little Red Riding Hood"! What a voice - it's a pleasure to listen to!
Olga has become the voice-over artist for many children's filmsThere, on unknown paths..." and "One beautiful childhood.
Elena Kamburova gave us the gift of childhood! She sang a number of phenomenal movie clips, such as "Little Prince," "What Progress Has Done," and even the title theme, "Boys and Girls and Their Parents..." from "Yeralash."!
Kamburova has a unique characteristic timbre, which she handles with dexterity! Her voice multifaceted - So many different pitches, shades, moods... And the singer handles it all skillfully!
But no matter what voice she sings in Elena Kamburova, you will always recognize her! She is phenomenal.
Charming Aida Vedischeva gave you and me the famous "The Bear Song."which was a worthy decoration of both "The Prisoner of the Caucasus," and domestic cinema in general!
But this is far from being Aida's only merit. Vedischeva performed "Help Me," "Forest Deer."The song is a very popular song for cartoons, including the well-known "Lullaby of the Bear," and a number of songs for cartoons.
Unfortunately, the performer's career did not pan out in her homeland, and because of this Aida was literally forced to flee to the US! But over the years, domestic fans have not fallen out of love with this vocal beauty! On the contrary - the new generation of viewers has been imbued with the performance...
"Good Evening," "Rise and Shine." - These and some other compositions were performed by the charming Larissa Mondrus!
Mondrus was definitely very bright She was a singer on the Russian stage. Perhaps for this reason she could not build a career here - literally from the whole world the singer was cut off, deprived of concerts, not allowed on tour...
"I sang songs 'wrong', and the skirts I wore too short," the singer subsequently said with irony.
Nina Brodskaya sang amazingly "The blizzard of January is ringing" - the musical highlight of the national bestseller "Ivan Vasilievich Changes His Profession"! Even decades later, the song still sounds as fresh and appealing as if it came out just yesterday...
Brodskaya also performed compositions for the films "Women," "Three Days in Moscow," "Adventures of Buratino" and others.
Elena Shuenkova did not become a pop star, but her contribution is great! All the more so because in our list we are guided by it, and not of the magnitude of the name of the performer.
It was Shuenkova (together with the children's choir) who performed the touching song "Winged Swing." for the movie "Adventures of Electronics"! And the girl wasn't even 18 years old...
And no less lyrical "Beautiful far away" (from the movie "Guest from the Future") was sung by Tatiana Daskovskaya.
Domestic primadonna has sung enough songs for movies, including lyrical compositions from the "Irony of Fate.
"To Tikhoretskaya." and others sounded exactly like Alla Borisovna.
The diva also sang in the film "The Woman Who Sings."In which she played the title role!
And now a little bit of about men! Sergey Nikitin - a wonderful performer with a special, extremely soft and quiet timbre. It was he who sang the songs in "The Irony of Fate" for the main character.
Also worth noting is duet Sergei and his wife Tatiana - "Alexandra"!
This song has become anthem for all time! By the way: this is not the only duet of the couple, but definitely the most famous.
Oleg Anofriev - a legendary voice of the national cinema, and not only! He was a versatile and talented man in many spheres of art: actor and film director, author and performer... In general - a legend, worthy of attention.
Anofriev performed such movie hits as "There's Only a Moment," "Say, Why Should We Lose Each Other?", "You Wait" (with Zoya Kharabadze) and many others!
He also voiced characters from "The Musicians of Bremen and sang many of their songs!
Lastly, I would also like to recall Tatiana Antsiferova's gorgeous vocal number from "June 31.":