Video: 10 nagging quotes from Bulat Okudzhava's poems about war and life
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On May 9, the famous bard Bulat Shalvovich Okudzhava was born. He went through the whole war. He wrote songs, poems, books, scripts. Songs based on his poems and his songs were performed in more than 80 films, including such famous ones as "Belorussky Station", "White Sun of the Desert", "Buratino's Adventures", "Captivating Star of Happiness" and many others. Each of his works grew into philosophical revelations, went to the people and gave hope.
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Love at first sight and 35 years of happiness "lyrics" by Bulat Okudzhava and "physics" by Olga Artsimovich
Undoubtedly, the lyricist in this pair was Bulat Okudzhava, and the physicist - Olga Artsimovich, and not in a figurative sense, but in the most direct sense. She grew up in a family of physicists and studied science herself. She had nothing in common with the "lyricists" and before meeting with Bulat Okudzhava, she was not only not interested in his work, but had not even heard of him. They were very different, but they had only one thing in common: the same love at first sight, which united them at the moment of meeting and for the rest of their lives
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November 28 marks the 104th anniversary of the birth of the famous Soviet writer and poet Konstantin Simonov. He became known throughout the country after the publication of his poem "Wait for me, and I will return …". These lines became a spell for millions of his contemporaries during the Great Patriotic War. And they were dedicated to the actress Valentina Serova, who became his wife and muse. True, after 15 years, the poet removed from the reprint of his works all the dedications of Serova … Why did he call this marriage sa
On May 12, 1933, Andrei Voznesensky, an outstanding poet of the generation of the sixties, was born. "Look, what Pasternak was found!" - Shouted to him in one of the skirmishes himself Khrushchev and sent to the "damn grandmother from the country." But Voznesensky lived and wrote in his homeland. He wrote not only poetry, but also tests for songs that became hits, created a libretto for the famous Soviet rock opera Juno and Avos. His poetry was loved, expected and read. We remembered the lines of his most famous Ascension, each word in which