Polyushko-polye (Russian: По́люшко-по́ле) is a Soviet Russian-language song. Polye means “field” in Russian, “polyushko” is a diminutive/hypocoristic form for “polye”. It is also known as Meadowlands, Song of The Plains or Oh Fields, My Fields in English.
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The music was composed by Lev Knipper, with lyrics by Viktor Gusev in 1933. The song was part of the symphony with chorus (lyrics by Gusev) “A Poem about a Komsomol Soldier” (Поэма о бойце-комсомольце) composed in 1934. The original lyrics are sung from the perspective of a Red Army recruit, who proudly leaves his home to keep watch against his homeland’s enemies.
The song was covered many times by many artists in the Soviet Union, including a well-known rock version recorded by The Singing Guitars (Поющие гитáры), released c. 1967. The song has been regularly performed and recorded by the Alexandrov Ensemble, and it is listed in the Alexandrov Ensemble discography, best known as the Red Army Choir.
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