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2008
Ya – tvoya lybov'!
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AlbumJun 9, 2008

Ya – tvoya lybov'!

Ya – tvoya lybov'! (Russian: Я — твоя любовь! - is a 2008 …
Ya – tvoya lybov'! (Russian: Я — твоя любовь! - is a 2008 studio album of Sofia Rotaru, recorded at Artur-Music in Ukraine. The album was released on 9 June 2008 in Ukraine with 11 tracks. The album includes eight earlier unreleased, but aired in charts songs, one remastered song and two new songs, never aired before the release of the album: Mozart, Look Behind and Don't Walk Away.
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Я - твоя любовь!
AlbumJan 1, 2008

Я - твоя любовь!

Я - твоя любовь! released.
2007
Tuman
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AlbumJan 1, 2007

Tuman

Tuman is a studio album of Sofia Rotaru released in the very …
Tuman is a studio album of Sofia Rotaru released in the very beginning of 2007. The CD includes mostly unreleased, but already aired songs, although only a selection of them. It is a multilingual album, hence traditional edition for Sofia Rotaru. It includes popular duet with Nikolay Baskov "Raspberries Blossom" and dance remix of "White Dance", which marked in 2001 a new wave in the repertoire of Sofia Rotaru. The last song of the album "One Guelder Rose (or One Snowball Tree) was one of the most popular songs of Sofia Rotaru in Ukrainian for the last three years.
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2006
Pervyy doma
MovieDec 31, 2006

Pervyy doma

Pervyy doma released.
2005
Я же его любила
AlbumJan 1, 2005

Я же его любила

Я же его любила released.
2004
Любовное настроение
AlbumJan 1, 2004

Любовное настроение

Любовное настроение released.
Небо - это Я
AlbumJan 1, 2004

Небо - это Я

Небо - это Я released.
2003
The Crazy Day or The Marriage of Figaro
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MovieDec 31, 2003

The Crazy Day or The Marriage of Figaro

Crazy Day or The Marriage …
Crazy Day or The Marriage of Figaro (Russian: Безумный день, или женитьба Фигаро) is a modern comedy musical staged by television channels «NTV» (Russia) and «Inter» (Ukraine) in association with «Melorama Production», under direction of Semen Gorov in 2003, based on the Pierre Beaumarchais' play The Marriage of Figaro. The musical was aired for the first time on the New Year's night of 2004.
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2002
Я тебя по-прежнему люблю
AlbumJan 1, 2002

Я тебя по-прежнему люблю

Я тебя по-прежнему люблю released.
1998
Люби меня
AlbumJan 1, 1998

Люби меня

Люби меня released.
1996
Червона Рута
AlbumJan 1, 1996

Червона Рута

Червона Рута released.
Ночь любви
AlbumJan 1, 1996

Ночь любви

Ночь любви released.
1995
Хуторянка
AlbumJan 1, 1995

Хуторянка

Хуторянка released.
1993
Караван любви
AlbumJan 1, 1993

Караван любви

Караван любви released.
Лаванда
AlbumJan 1, 1993

Лаванда

Лаванда released.
1991
Karavan Lyubvi
MovieJan 1, 1991

Karavan Lyubvi

Karavan Lyubvi (Russian: Караван Любви; English: "Caravan of …
Karavan Lyubvi (Russian: Караван Любви; English: "Caravan of Love") is a Soviet musical television film starring Sofia Rotaru.
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Романтика
AlbumJan 1, 1991

Романтика

Романтика released.
1988
Золотое сердце
AlbumJan 1, 1988

Золотое сердце

Золотое сердце released.
1987
Монолог о любви
AlbumJan 1, 1987

Монолог о любви

Монолог о любви released.
1986
Monologue of Love
MovieJan 1, 1986

Monologue of Love

Monologue of Love is a Soviet Ukrainian musical telefilm, …
Monologue of Love is a Soviet Ukrainian musical telefilm, written by Grigore Vieru and directed by Larisa Maslyuk, starring Sofia Rotaru in the main role. The movie filmed at Ukretelefilm (Ukrainian Studio of Television Films - Gosteleradio 1986) in Crimea (Ukrainian SSR), Kazakh SSR and Lithuanian SSR, features the new conception in the Soviet musical telefilms: substantial poetry monologues recited by Sofia Rotaru on themes associated with love, followed by thematic songs and corresponding natural geographical and theatrical scenic setting.
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1981
Пригласи в сны
AlbumJan 1, 1981

Пригласи в сны

Пригласи в сны released.
Dusha
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MovieJan 1, 1981

Dusha

Viktoria Svobodina is a young but already well known popular …
Viktoria Svobodina is a young but already well known popular singer in the Soviet Union, living in Moscow. Her popularity reaches the heights whilst the band she is performing with remains in the shadows. At an important live concert the band turns off the sound, but Viktoria keeps singing the song, changing the lyrics to "I will sing till the end". As they leave the concert she stops the car and rips posters of herself off the walls of the concert hall and leaves the band for a solo career.
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1980
Where Has Love Gone?
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MovieJan 1, 1980

Where Has Love Gone?

A musical about a young pop-singer and her rise from an …
A musical about a young pop-singer and her rise from an amateur band to a professional star while trying to find her own style and songs. The main part is performed by popular singer Sofia Rotaru who has attached many personal notes to the film, with which she tries to unbossom her feelings about her profession and stardom.
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1979
Только тебе
AlbumJan 1, 1979

Только тебе

Только тебе released.
1977
Песни Владимира Ивасюка
AlbumJan 1, 1977

Песни Владимира Ивасюка

Песни Владимира Ивасюка released.
1976
Лебединая верность
AlbumJan 1, 1976

Лебединая верность

Лебединая верность released.
1975
Pasigailek musu
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MovieJan 1, 1975

Pasigailek musu

Pisnia zavzhdy z namy (Ukrainian: Пісня завжди з нами) is a …
Pisnia zavzhdy z namy (Ukrainian: Пісня завжди з нами) is a 1975 Soviet Ukrainian musical film, produced by Viktor Storozhenko starring Sofia Rotaru in the main role, as well as Soviet Ukrainian Smerichka vocal-instrumental band. The movie features songs in Ukrainian, Romanian and Russian of Sofia Rotaru filmed in the background of Ukrainian Carpathian mountains.
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1973
Dnestrovskiye melodii
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MovieJan 1, 1973

Dnestrovskiye melodii

Dnestrovskiye melodii …
Dnestrovskiye melodii (Russian: Днестровские мелодии) (Romanian: Melodii nistrene) is a 1973 Soviet Moldavian musical film starring Sofia Rotaru in the main role, as well as Ion Suruceanu, Nadezhda Chepraga and Maria Cudreanu. The movie symbolizes the propaganda and ideology of the Soviet regime. The movie features songs in Romanian and Russian of Sofia Rotaru and other singers, as well as behind the scenes background voice monologues in Russian between the songs.
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1972
Баллада о скрипках
AlbumJan 1, 1972

Баллада о скрипках

Баллада о скрипках released.
1971
Chervona Ruta
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MovieJan 1, 1971

Chervona Ruta

A beautiful love story between Oksana and Boris.
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1970
Ruslan Evdokimenko
ChildAugust 1970

Ruslan Evdokimenko

Ruslan Evdokimenko born.
1968
Anatoliy Yevdokymenko
MarriageSeptember 1968

Anatoliy Yevdokymenko

Anatoliy Kirillovich …
Anatoliy Kirillovich Yevdokymenko (Ukrainian: Анато́лій Кири́лович Євдоки́менко; 20 January 1942 – 23 October 2002) was a Ukrainian musician, director of Chervona Ruta. He is a People's Artist of Ukraine, husband of Sofia Rotaru (marriage: 22 September 1968).
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1966
Solovey iz sela Marshintsy
MovieJan 1, 1966

Solovey iz sela Marshintsy

Solovey iz sela Marshyntsi …
Solovey iz sela Marshyntsi (Ukrainian: Соловейко із села Маршинці, Соловейко з Буковини) is a 1966 short film. It was the first studio filmed movie starring Sofia Rotaru. Rotaru was 19 when she starred in the film as a performer of Ukrainian and Moldavian folk songs. The setting is the premises of the Chernivsti Philharmonic Society. The name of the film was ultimately adopted as Rotaru's nickname in Soviet Union media reports of her career in the 1970s.
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1947
Sofia Rotaru
BirthAugust 1947

Sofia Rotaru

Sofia Rotaru was born.
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