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Red Army Choir

Red Army Choir

Red Army Choir


also see The Red Army Choir, Russian Red Army Choir The Red Army Choir is a performing ensemble that served as the official army choir of the former Soviet Union's Red Army. The choir consists of a male choir, an orchestra, and a dance ensemble. The songs they perform range from Russian folk tunes to Church hymns, operatic arias and popular music; examples include "Katyusha", "Kalinka", "Kernina" and "Ave Maria". Since the collapse of the Soviet Union Read more on Last.fm
also see The Red Army Choir, Russian Red Army Choir The Red Army Choir is a performing ensemble that served as the official army choir of the former Soviet Union's Red Army. The choir consists of a male choir, an orchestra, and a dance ensemble. The songs they perform range from Russian folk tunes to Church hymns, operatic arias and popular music; examples include "Katyusha", "Kalinka", "Kernina" and "Ave Maria". Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Red Army Choir has continued performing, entertaining audiences both inside and outside Russia. In 1993 the Red Army Choir became an item of pop culture by performing together with the Finnish cult band Leningrad Cowboys both in Helsinki, where they performed on the Senate Square in front of 70,000 ecstatic listeners, and in Berlin.

In the German capital the concert of the Leningrad Cowboys with the Red Army Choir took place on the central Lustgarten and gave the Red Army's farewell to East Berlin an optimistic overtone. In 1991, The Red Army Choir participated in Roger Waters' The Wall Concert celebrating the fall of the Berlin Wall. They performed during the song "Bring The Boys Back Home", an anti-war song. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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