Dmitri Khvorostovski "Where are you my brothers ?" | Archive INA
Moscow Nights: Gde Zhe Vy Teper', Druz'ya-Odnopolchane (Where are you, my brothers?)
Dorozhka Frontovaia (Pesenka Frontovogo Shofiora) (The Road to the Front)
Дорожка фронтовая [Песенка фронтового шофера]
Где же вы теперь, друзья-однополчане? [Майскими...
Where are You, my Brothers? is a 2003 album of Russian-language songs from World War II recorded by baritone Dmitry Hvorostovsky and conductor Constantine Orbelian for Delos Productions. The album was released in Russia as Songs of the War Years. It was based on a concert at the Kremlin Palace in Moscow. A video of the concert and 13 of the songs was released on the American VAI label. The repertoire of the concert is the very core of the Russian war song genre and the sound and video releases were accompanied by booklet essays and sung texts and translations.