At the Bolshoi theater, Sergey Yakovlevich often performed on stage when Boris emmanuelovich Haikin was at the console. Here’s what the conductor said about his partner: “I met and performed with many outstanding artists of different generations. But there is only one of them that I particularly love — not only as a fellow artist, but, above all, as an artist who lights up with happiness!
This Is Sergei Yakovlevich Lemeshev. His deep art, a precious fusion of voice and high skill, the result of a lot of hard work-all this bears the seal of wise simplicity and spontaneity, penetrating your heart, touching the innermost strings. Continue reading
“Music heals the soul and body” – this inscription can be seen on some Italian Renaissance instruments.
The healing properties of music have been known for a long time. Even in Ancient Egypt and Greece, doctors treated patients with sounds and had extensive knowledge in this area. Ancient Chinese doctors believed that music can cure any disease, and even wrote out “musical recipes” to influence a particular organ. In Russian latitudes, for example, in Evenkia, to enhance the effect of drugs, healers hummed their spells and spells, and shamans accompanied them with the sounds of a drum and tambourine. Continue reading