Ukrainian Female Singers: Sofia Rotaru, Ruslana, Anastasiya Prikhodko, Ani Lorak, Svetlana Loboda, Tina Karol, Al Na Vinnitskaya

9781155604060: Ukrainian Female Singers: Sofia Rotaru, Ruslana, Anastasiya Prikhodko, Ani Lorak, Svetlana Loboda, Tina Karol, Al Na Vinnitskaya

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 33. Chapters: Sofia Rotaru, Ruslana, Anastasia Prikhodko, Ani Lorak, Svetlana Loboda, Tina Karol, Kamaliya, Al?na Vinnitskaya, Vera Brezhneva, Mika Newton, Solomiya Krushelnytska, Jamala, Iryna Shynkaruk, Alyosha, Evgeniya Miroshnichenko, Russya, Nina Koshetz, Evgenia Vlasova, Oksana Dyka, Mariana Sadovska, Katya Chilly, Haytana, Nastya Kamenskih, Natalka Karpa, Christina Daletska, Maria Sokil, Anna Sedokova, Maria Burmaka, Assol, Taisia Povaliy, Nadezhda Meiher, Alina Grosu, Nina Matviyenko, Iryna Bilyk, Yulia Gurska, Irina Fredericks, Victoria Perskaya, Olena Muravyova. Excerpt: Sofia Mykhailivna Yevdokymenko-Rotaru (born August 7, 1947) known as Sofia Rotaru (Ukrainian: ???i? ?????? ) is a Soviet and Ukrainian pop singer of Romanian/Moldavian heritage. Born to a large, impoverished family in Marshintsy, Rotaru, nicknamed Bukovinsky Solovey (Nightingale from Bukovina), emerged in 1966 as a pop folk star in the movie Solovey iz sela Marshintsy (Nightingale from Marshintsy) in the Romanian and Ukrainian-speaking world after her manager and future husband Anatoliy Jevdokymenko made her change her music style from folk to pop music with Chervona Ruta. In 1972, Sofia released the multilingual album Sofia Rotaru, re-released three times and covered by numerous singers, establishing herself as a viable pop artist in the countries of the former Soviet Union. Rotaru had first gained international recognition after participating in 1968 in the International Youth Song Festival in Bulgaria and winning first prize at the Golden Orpheus in 1973 and second prize in the category of Polish songs at the Sopot International Song Festival in 1974. In the former USSR her career was marked by her stage success and numerous controversies. Rotaru is recognised by the Kiev Patriarchate. Xenia Minosyan has named her the Ukrainian Show Queen and the edi...

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