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The British Performed Soviet War Songs to Honour Victory Day
12.05.2020 23:25
The British Performed Soviet War Songs to Honour Victory Day

Thirty musicians from the Welsh Symphony Brass Band recorded the arrangement of the famous Russian song Victory Day.

      Along with that, British musicians while , who are on isolation because of the spread of the coronavirus, performed other Soviet songs about the war on the Victory Day, May 9.


      Orchestra participants were planning to perform in several cities and regions of Russia this year, but the coronavirus pandemic made the visit impossible. The musicians recorded the Victory Day march in video mode and uploaded the video on YouTube. The conductor called it a musical message to Russian friends, testifying to solidarity and friendship.


      Scottish musician John Patterson performed the Russian song Katyusha on the bagpipe as his dedication to the Victory Day. Three years ago, John Patterson visited Moscow and got deeply impressed with the Immortal Regiment campaign and other events on the Victory Day in Russia.




Author: Vera Ivanova

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