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Gennady Belov piano sheet music
Gennady Mikhailovich Belov (November 2, 1945, Moscow - October 30, 1995, ibid) - Soviet and Russian pop singer (lyric tenor), Honored Artist of the RSFSR (November 18, 1978). In 1973, Gennady became an artist of the Mosconcert, receiving a musical education at GITIS. He worked a lot with composers Alexei Mazhukov, David Tukhmanov, Vladimir Shainsky, Evgeny Ptichkin. Became popular thanks to the songs "Thrushes", "Herbs, Herbs", "Dawn-Sorcerer", "This Big World", "I'll get off at a distant station", "Breads are noisy", "Hello, Mom", "Star Song of the Sky", "Good", performed in an unusual manner.
Genres: Pop genre



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