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Singers of the USSR. Top 20. Best Female Vocal (Second Part)

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Top 20 Soviet pop singers: the best female vocals of the USSR

The most popular singers of the USSR - who are they? Today we will remember the 20 most beloved divas of the Soviet stage: from Larisa Mondrus and Sofia Rotaru to Aida Vedischeva and Alla Ioshpe... Once upon a time, these women conquered a million audience with their amazing voices and soulful lyrics that were, are and will be close to every listener... Despite the fashion and trends, the work of these Soviet singers is highly valued today! So: this is the best female vocal of the USSR! Let's start...

Aida Vedischeva

Aida Vedischeva
Aida Vedischeva

Aida Semyonovna Vedischeva (born Ida Solomonovna Weiss) is a legendary Soviet singer! Widespread popularity and fame overtook the woman after the compositions performed by her sounded from the screens of the country ... Among the main "masterpieces" of Vedischeva's repertoire are: "Forest Deer", "Help Me", "Song about Bears" ... In addition, Aida Vedischeva became the first to sing the song "Comrade".

Today Vedischeva lives in Los Angeles. Despite her considerable age, she did not abandon the stage: from time to time Vedischeva performs both in the USA and abroad ...

Sofia Rotaru

Sofia Rotaru
Sofia Rotaru

Sofia Rotaru is a legendary pop singer! The diva's song piggy bank contains about 500 works, among which are the famous "I will call the planet by your name", "Moon, moon", "So the summer has passed" and others!

Sofia Rotaru's albums were sold in millions of copies both in the USSR and abroad! She is one of the highest paid singers in the countries of the former USSR (in 2008, Rotaru's total income was $ 62 million)! The creativity of a woman is characterized by genre diversity. Sofia Mikhailovna also became the first Russian performer to sing in recitative.

Zhanna Rozhdestvenskaya

Zhanna Rozhdestvenskaya
Zhanna Rozhdestvenskaya

Zhanna Rozhdestvenskaya is a legendary singer... This woman is known to many as a performer of Soviet film hits. Rozhdestvenskaya's repertoire is full of hits, including the legendary "Call me, call" and "Fortuneteller"!

It so happened that in the early 90s the diva was left without work ... Later, Zhanna Germanovna got a job as a vocal teacher at the Moscow Clownery Theater, where she works to this day. Periodically participates in combined concerts.

Larisa Mondrus

Larisa Mondrus
Larisa Mondrus

A charming Soviet singer and actress who gave listeners such hits as "Wake up and sing!", "Good evening" and others ...

In the 70s, Larisa Mondrus emigrated to Munich, which, as she herself admitted, she never regretted. Having signed a contract with Polydor Records, Mondrus released records in German. In the second half of the 70s, she became widely famous in Europe as Larissa. Many critics note not only her amazing vocals, but also her bright appearance, as well as stage plasticity and artistry!

Alla Ioshpe

Alla Ioshpe
Alla Ioshpe

Alla Ioshpe is a woman with amazing vocals… Among her hits are: “Open Your Heart”, “Second Youth”, “Autumn Leaves”…

In addition to music, Alla Ioshpe managed to declare herself as a writer! The woman has released 4 author's books. All of the books, except for the first one, entitled A Lifelong Song, were illustrated with drawings by her husband!

Nina Dorda

Nina Dorda
Nina Dorda

Soviet and Russian pop singer, Honored Artist of Russia! Nina Dorda performed the timeless hits "Lilies of the Valley", "The Song Stays with the Man", "My Darling" and others. Unfortunately, in February 2016, the singer died ...

In many ways, the singer reached such heights thanks to the right decision to enter Eddie Rosner's jazz orchestra. Thanks to his extensive and vibrant tour program, Nina Dorda gained all-Union fame! According to the recollections of the woman herself, she could afford very “extreme” actions for those times. For example, Nina Ilyinichna became one of the first Muscovites who sat behind the wheel of their own "Victory"!

Larisa Dolina

Larisa Dolina
Larisa Dolina

Larisa Alexandrovna Dolina is widely known as a People's Artist of Russia, pop jazz singer and actress! She is also a three-time winner of the National Russian Ovation Award! There are dozens of hits in the diva's song piggy bank, including “Thank you”, “Burned soul”, “Eternal love” ...

Larisa Alexandrovna began her dazzling musical career in 1971, as part of the variety orchestra "We are Odessans". An interesting fact: in March 2015, the singer took part in the celebration of the anniversary of the annexation of Crimea to Russia, because of which she was denied entry to the territory of Ukraine.

Ekaterina Savinova

Ekaterina Savinova
Ekaterina Savinova

This woman is better known as a talented film actress... However, she is on our list of the best female vocals of the USSR for a reason! No one performed the way Ekaterina Savinova performed the compositions ... Well, perhaps only a few. She had a delightful voice that did not leave the listener and the viewer indifferent ... Of the main works performed by Ekaterina Fedorovna, one can single out “Along the Piterskaya” and “What you were, remained so ...”:

The role of Frosya Burlakova in the film "Come Tomorrow ..." brought Ekaterina Savinova the prize "For the Best Actress"! Unfortunately, the artist died very early ...

Tatyana Antsiferova

Tatyana Antsiferova
Tatyana Antsiferova

Soviet and Russian pop singer, known for such hits as "Looking for You" and "Goodbye, Moscow."

An interesting fact: once Tatyana Antsiferova recalled how, during a rock festival in Berlin, the famous English rock musician Robert Whitet said that it was thanks to her songs that he got out of depression ...

Olga Zarubina

Olga Zarubina
Olga Zarubina

Among the main hits of Olga Vladimirovna are such compositions as “It shouldn’t be like this”, “Music plays on the boat”, “Razluchnitsa” ... By the way: the song “Music plays on the boat” has become the artist’s calling card!

Once Olga Zarubina recalled:

“My first performance on stage took place in a pioneer camp! What a shame it was ... As I remember now: I go on stage, and I understand that I completely forgot the words ... That's when I burst into tears. After that, I firmly decided for myself: I will not sing anymore! Luckily, I didn't keep my promise!

Svetlana Lazareva

Svetlana Lazareva
Svetlana Lazareva

Another undeniably talented pop singer! On the recommendation of the composer Theodore Efimov, Svetlana Lazareva became the soloist of the Blue Bird VIA. The singer worked in the team for 6 years. This creative period was remembered by Svetlana for the dramatic composition "Edith Piaf - Little Sparrow".

Toward the end of the 90s, Svetlana Lazareva organized her own music center, the purpose of which was to unite young but talented composers!

Roza Rymbaeva

Roza Rymbaeva
Roza Rymbaeva

The peak of popularity of this pop singer came at the end of the 70s, when she reached the finals of the Song of the Year festival! In 1978, Roza Rymbaeva was recognized as the third among the best singers of the Soviet Union! From the branded hits of the performer, one can distinguish “Love has come”, “Blossom, my Earth” and others.

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Clara Rumyanova

Clara Rumyanova
Clara Rumyanova

Klara Rumyanova is a famous Soviet and Russian actress, whose unique feature has always been a recognizable, well-placed high voice! The woman gained popularity by voicing the characters of more than three hundred Soviet cartoons! From the compositions performed by Rumyanova, one can distinguish “Tell me, Snow Maiden”, “Mammoth song”, “Sing-wee-wee-food” ...

Despite the fact that Klara Rumyanova was a certified actress in the genre of drama, she rarely starred in feature films ... So, she consciously built a career as a singer and voice actress.

Zhanna Bichevskaya

Zhanna Bichevskaya
Zhanna Bichevskaya

Zhanna Bichevskaya is a Soviet and Russian singer and songwriter. The woman herself describes her style as “Russian country folk”. The song piggy bank of Bichevskaya has several hundred works!

Among the main pearls of Zhanna Vladimirovna’s repertoire are: “Russian March”, “Farewell of the Slavyanka”, “You are my dear” ...

Lidia Ruslanova

Lidia Ruslanova
Lidia Ruslanova

Soviet singer, Honored Artist of the RSFSR. Russian folk songs became the hallmark of the singer. By the way: it is her performance of those that is considered to be the reference ... Among the most popular are: “Steppe and steppe all around”, “Century Linden”, “I went up the hill”, “Golden Mountains”, “Boots”. In addition, Lidia Ruslanova was one of the first to perform the famous "Katyusha"!

Lidia Ruslanova remains a legend of the Soviet scene! The singer had an incredible, very strong voice with a wide range ... She created her own unique style, and the singer collected a collection of folk songs that she performed all her life ...

Claudia Shulzhenko

Claudia Shulzhenko
Claudia Shulzhenko

Klavdia Shulzhenko is not only the legendary voice of the Soviet Union, but also a participant in the Great Patriotic War. The war found the singer on tour in Yerevan. Together with the front-line jazz ensemble, Shulzhenko gave the soldiers strength and hope, performing inspiring compositions for them ... At the end of 1941, the legendary work "The Blue Handkerchief" appeared in the singer's repertoire:

Tatyana Bulanova

Tatyana Bulanova
Tatyana Bulanova

Tatyana Bulanova is the owner of a truly unique, quickly memorable voice ... Her compositions have become timeless hits that have not lost their relevance to this day! Among the most famous are the songs: “My clear light”, “Birthday”, “Endless story” and others.

All songs of Tatyana Bulanova have a characteristic light mood with a share of romanticism and drama ...

Alexandra Strelchenko

Alexandra Strelchenko
Alexandra Strelchenko

Alexandra Ilyinichna Strelchenko is a legendary Soviet and Russian singer, vocalist, also known as the former artistic director of the Mosconcert! People's Artist of the RSFSR. Among the popular compositions of Strelchenko, one can single out the timeless hits “Give me a handkerchief”, “If only I had golden mountains”, “On the Murom path” ...

Alexandra Strelchenko had a unique quality: she never tried to imitate someone, or adjust her work to the folk ... She sang with her soul, sincerely and purely ...

Anne Veski

Anne Veski
Anne Veski

The first pop composition for Anne Veski was the song "Queen of the Rose Garden". Subsequently, the singer performed a lot of hits, including: “Behind a sharp turn”, “And I like him”, “Yellow leaves are spinning over the city”, “Take me with you”, “It's not my fault”, “Leaves of the past summer” and others !

In the mid-80s, Anne Veski entered the top three singers of the Soviet Union!

Irina Ponarovskaya

Irina Ponarovskaya
Irina Ponarovskaya

A magnificent jazz singer, film actress, TV presenter, and also an honored artist of the Russian Federation! Of the most famous compositions of Ponarovskaya, it is worth highlighting: “Inconspicuous beauty”, “Music of love”, “This is how my life goes” ...

Irina Ponarovskaya boasts a bright image! Not without reason, in the early 90s, representatives of the Chanel Fashion House awarded the singer the title of Miss Chanel of the Soviet Union!

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