Krugozor's records were made on relatively simple, monophonic equipment, so among them there were unusually pure in the musical sense variety recordings, reminiscent of the sound of tape recorders of the 1970s. For example, the “Pesenka o medvediah” of Vedishcheva recorded technically worse, but palpably more musical than on the hard vinyl disc
of Melodia. This is a common situation – in a modern studio with lots of sophisticated equipment music always loses more than it finds, there are mass of examples of it.
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Leonov is a great talent, brilliantly sang Winnie-the-Pooh. The children’s choir is made up of two tracks — the first and second verses are recorded worse than the third, in the third verse the children are very expressive. Chunga-Changa is good without question, Aida is beautiful.
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The 7' D-19738 record. And again there is an interesting effect – in the voice of Aida Vedishcheva you can hear live, human intonations, which in the common recording was not audible.
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