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Read about the phenomenon of bard song in Russia and about such distinguished authors and performers as Alexander Vertinsky, Boulat Okoudjava, Vladimir Vysotsky and Alexander Bashlachev.
The author's song is a chamber genre aimed at a peculiar audience as compared to rock music attracting wide public (especially the youth) due to its versatile sound and eccentricity. Genres of pop music widely spread in modern Russia and CIS countries started taking shape back in the USSR epoch and were somewhat different from similar styles both of the West and the East.
As time passed by lots of new music instruments came to be used by folk musicians.
Nowadays different styles are in fashion yet there is still hope that interest in traditional Russian music will never ever fade.
Of the 20th century's operas stand out Ognenny Angel/Fiery Angel by Prokofiev and Lady Mc Beth of Mzensk district by Shostakovitch. Russian romance means intimate lyrical songs that touch the soul, feelings set to music, and poetry that makes one cry and smile.
In the 1990s when the country was undergoing severe economic and political crisis Russia and Moscow in particular still remained to be significant producers of Russian-language music industry.
A perfectly Russian author he influenced many rock musicians and played an important role for Russian rock to advert to the roots of Russian music folklore and imparted the genuine Russian spirit to it. Jazz stage emerged in the USSR in the 1920s, just parallel to its flourishing in the USA.
The first Russian jazz orchestra was established in Moscow in 1922.
This is mainly due to the range of operas created in the second half of the 19th century and certain operas of the 20th century.
Among the most popular operas on the world stage of the late 20th - early 21st cc are Boris Godunov by Musorgsky, Pikovaya Dama/Queen of Spades and Eugeny Onegin by Chaikovsky, Knyaz Igor/Prince Igor by Borodin, and Zolotoi Petushok/Golden Cockerel by Rimsky-Korsakov, all dating back to the 19th century.