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Nezhnost' Nezhnost' (Russian spelling: , English translation: Tenderness) is a Soviet Russian-language song.
Nezhnost' The song was composed in 1965. The music was written by Aleksandra Pakhmutova, with lyrics by and .
Nezhnost' "Nezhnost"' was performed in 1967 by Tatiana Doronina (as Nyura) in Tatiana Lioznova's film "" (Three Poplars at ). Originally it was recorded by Maya Kristalinskaya in 1966 and was covered many times by many artists in Soviet Union and Russia, including versions made by Yuri Gulyayev, Joseph Kobzon, Tamara Sinyavskaya, Lyudmila Zykina, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Tamara Gverdtsiteli, , Latvian singer . Also, the song was recorded in 1967 by French singer Frida Boccara in Russian (Soviet album «Поёт Фрида Боккара» / "Frida Boccara sings", Melodiya), in 1969 by Cuban singer Lourdes Gil and Francis Goya (as "Tenderness" — CD album "A Tribute To Alexandra Pakhmutova", 2002). The song has been live performed in 1999 by Alla Bayanova in French, accompanied by Mikhail Pletnev.
Nezhnost' Several Western arrangements of the tune are known under the title "Tenderness". In particular, Marc Almond's version is known for his live performance at the Manege of the First Cadet Corps (Saint Petersburg) on October 1, 2008 and Thomas Anders' version is known for his live performance at the Kremlin Palace on April 23, 2009.
Valeriya In April 2006 Valeriya released a new album “Nezhnost’ moya” (“My Tenderness”) and began to prepare her new concert program. In September she went on the album’s promo tour during which she gave more than 10 concerts in Russia and over 30 shows abroad. The tour was concluded with a grand sold-out show at a huge Olimpisky stadium in Moscow in November.
Maya Kristalinskaya Maya Kristalinskaya (; 1932 — 1985) was a Soviet singer. In 1957 she performed at the 6th World Festival of Youth and Students in Moscow with an amateur ensemble under the direction of Yury Saulsky and was awarded a Laureate prize. Later she started performing independently. Wide popularity came to her after in the early 1960s she recorded the song "Dva Berega" ("We are Two Banks of the Same River") from the 1959 movie "Zhazhda". The vinyl record with the song sold 7 million copies. Kristalinskaya was the original performer of the song "Nezhnost'" (1966) that is considered the epitome of her singing talent. She was bestowed the title of Meritorious Artist of the RSFSR in 1974. In 2002 Kristalinskaya got a star on the Star Square in Moscow.