Material from the series “minute discharge in the abyss of geopolitical vicissitudes.”
The vocalists of the Russian Army Choir, breaking down how they themselves are positioning, ideas about how a military music band may look like in our time, presented their version of the performance of one of the hits of the Leningrad group. The choir from St. Petersburg, which was founded in 2014 by graduates of the Rimsky-Korsakov Conservatory Kirill Markov and Dmitry Pisarev, published a video entitled “Sing in St. Petersburg!”
In just three days of posting a video on YouTube, more than 450 thousands of users watched it, commenting something like this:
If St. Petersburg is called the cultural capital of Russia, then in this city it’s still better to sing than to drink ...
From the presentation of the choir:
Friends, it's time to introduce you to our new video. This is our view on the song of the Leningrad group “Drink in St. Petersburg”. We slightly changed the words to those that are more suitable for the song with the mention of our city. Note also that this is a parody, and any coincidence of names can be just a coincidence :) The choir of the Russian Army challenged the Leningrad group! # enter into:
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