Top best songs from Soviet cartoons: Part 2
Songs from Soviet cartoons are the brightest, purest and kindest! They teach the right values, and it is a pity that modern children practically do not watch old cartoons ... But more than one generation has grown up on them! Today we will remember the best music from the good old cartoons of the USSR! Good nostalgia guaranteed...
How good (from m / f Winnie the Pooh)
The songs of Winnie the Pooh have long become the personification of childhood for everyone who grew up in the Soviet Union ... And this composition, known as "How Good", is no exception ...
An interesting fact: the creators of the cartoon about Winnie the Pooh for a long time could not find an actor who would ideally voice this carefree children's character ... So, for example, the voice of Evgeny Leonov turned out to be too low for this. Fortunately, sound engineer Georgy Martynyuk approached the problem in a creative way: he sped up the voice acting by fast rewinding! The result exceeded all expectations...
Miserable cats do not understand (from m / f Dog in boots)
"Pitiful cats do not understand one thing - our friendship is above all!" - Nikolai Karachentsov sings with a confident voice! Let's listen...
This is the final song of the cartoon "Dog in Boots", which can rightly be called the cartoon masterpiece of the Soviet Union!
If there was no winter (from film Winter in Prostokvashino)
And this legendary song became an attribute of every New Year's holiday in Russia, as soon as it sounded in the series "Winter in Prostokvashino" from the cartoon about Uncle Fyodor ...
The words of the song "If there was no winter" were composed by the poet Yuri Entin. Light and at the same time festive music is the merit of Krylatov. This wonderful composition was performed by Valentina Tolkunova…
Let them run awkwardly (from m / f Cheburashka)
"Let run clumsily
And the water on the asphalt river.
And it is not clear to passers-by
On this bad day
Why am I so cheerful?
This song teaches you to appreciate happy moments, despite the fact that a far from festive atmosphere may reign around ... “Unfortunately, a birthday, only once a year ...” - this is probably one of the most famous children's songs of the Soviet Union!
I'm lying in the sun (from the m / f How a lion cub and a turtle sang a song)
And this song sounded in a rather funny children's cartoon about Rrr-Meow the Lion and the Big Turtle, which attracted the attention of the first with its song ...
In the cartoon, the Turtle constantly corrected the Lion Cub, who could not understand in any way: how can you sleep with your eyes open and sing a song at the same time? In the end, the Lion cub learned a song that many viewers liked so much ...
We do not want to live differently (from m / f The Bremen Town Musicians)
The song “We don’t want to live differently” sounds quite assertive, even frightening ... However, it perfectly describes the life values of the robbers, who also became the heroes of the cartoon about the Bremen Town Musicians! Let's listen...
The lyrics were written by Yuri Sergeevich Entin to music by Gennady Gladkov.
Clouds - white-maned horses (from the m / f Tryam! Hello!)
“Clouds are white-maned horses” is a very light, gentle song from the cartoon about the friends of the Little Bear, the Hedgehog and the Hare. Probably all viewers remember the famous Tilimilitryamdia, in which, according to the Bear cub, everyone greeted each other with the word “Shake!”
The song plays at the end of the cartoon ...
Who grazes in the meadow (from the film Merry Carousel)
There is no such viewer who would not know the "Veselaya Karusel" - a domestic children's cartoon magazine! And as part of this almanac, a cartoon was shown with a funny and very sticky song:
“Far, far away in the meadow graze…”
Red-haired, red-haired, freckled (from the film Merry Carousel)
The cartoon tells the story of a red-haired boy who was teased by everyone around: “Red-haired, red-haired, freckled, killed grandfather with a shovel!” A rather “positive” text for a children's cartoon was quickly liked by Soviet viewers!
By the way: the text of the song was written by the author of a dozen children's books, Eduard Uspensky.
Well, this composition has gained wide popularity not only thanks to the cartoon about the Wolf and the Hare, but also due to the fact that Alla Borisovna Pugacheva performs it in the original! Yes Yes! As a result, the song became one of the singer's most popular hits ... In the cartoon, we hear a brilliant version of Clara Rumyanova:
Up the rope (from m / f Well, wait a minute)
A legendary work that is passed down from generation to generation ... It belongs, as you know, to Vladimir Semyonovich Vysotsky (the famous "Song of a Friend").
The backstory of this issue is then repeated in the 10th issue (in the dream of the Wolf in the hospital)!
Stick, stick, cucumber (from cartoon Octopussy)
Another bizarre Soviet cartoon in which octopus dads mixed up their children! It was in this cartoon that the famous children's song was first heard:
"Stick, stick, cucumber,
Here comes the man!"
The most ironic was the ending of the cartoon, when the unfortunate fathers decided to divide the children equally, but there were an odd number of them! Then they came to the conclusion that the most correct and reasonable thing in this situation would be to wait for the mothers to return ...