Author: N. Alekseyeva
PAGE 20 THE CURRENT DIGEST OF THE SOVIET PRESS VOL. XXV, NO. 9 ... An Electric Band From Belorussia ... THE SONGSTERS. (By N. Alekseyeva. Ogonyok, No. 42, October, 1972, pp. 32-33. 900 words. Abstract:) From their early days in the army to their present nationwide fame and popularity the Belorussian vocal and instrumental ensemble "The Songsters" has traveled a long and difficult route. Its members, all music school graduates, met while playing together in the Belorussian Military District Ensemble but only later succeeded in forming a group of their own, similar to those that were being formed by young people everywhere at that time...
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|Article Title||THE SONGSTERS|
|Source||Current Digest of the Russian Press, The , No.9, Vol.25, March 28, 1973, page(s):20-20|
|Place of Publication||Minneapolis, USA|