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“Soldier’s Dance” performed by the Alexandrov Song and Dance Ensemble of the Soviet Army in Moscow, 1965.
The music has the same name – “Soldier’s Dance” and was written by Vladimir Alexandrov, the brother of Boris Alexandrov and the director and the conductor of the Orchestra.
This rare and historic program was filmed on location of “Sparrow Hills” (Vorobiovy Gory) in Moscow in the former Soviet Union.
The brilliant Ensemble consisted of about 200 entertainers including a choir and choreographic troupe, who traveled the front lines, entertaining Soviet troops by performing more than 1500 concerts during World War II.