суббота, 7 мая 2011 г.

Клавдия Шульженко

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Обожаю Клавдию Шульженко!!! Не могу слушать без слез. Так просто, так искренне и так трогательно! Чудо, как хороша! Голос прекрасный, а актриса какая!
Klavdiya Ivanovna Shulzhenko was born on 24 March 1906, in Kharkov in the family of an accountant. Shulzhenko started singing folk songs in the late 1920s. In 1923 she became an actress of Kharkov Drama theatre. In 1926 she first sang for the public at Mariinsky theatre in Leningrad. In 1929 she started her career in Moscow Music Hall. She rose to fame in the late 1930s. Her first vinyl appeared in 1936.
In 1940, together with her husband Vladimir Kemper, she organized jazz band which was very popular. During the Great Patriotic War Klavdiya Ivanovna performed about a thousand concerts for Soviet soldiers. For her involvement to the Great Victory against fascism she was awarded the Order of the Red Star. The lyrics of one of her prewar songs, “The Blue Headscarf”, were adapted so as to suit wartime realities. Another iconic song of the war was “Let's Smoke”. People admired her songs for beautiful voice and sincerity. She was named People’s Artist of the USSR in 1971. Klavdiya Shulzhenko successfully starred in several films. In 1976 she got the Order of Lenin for her achievements in Art. She died on 17 June 1984. There is a museum of Klavdia Ivanovna Shulzenko in Kharkov where you can learn a lot about this wonderful female singer.

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