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The most famous of Russian choirs is probably A. V. Alexandrov Russian army twice red-bannered academic song and dance ensemble or Red Army Choir as it is often called. Here is a relevant quote from wikipedia:

The A. V. Alexandrov Russian army twice red-bannered academic song and dance ensemble (Russian: Дважды краснознаменный академический ансамбль песни и пляски Российской армии имени А. В. Александрова, Dvazhdy krasnoznamenny akademichesky ensemble pesni i plyaski Rossiyskoy armii imeni A. V. Alexandrova), shortly the Alexandrov ensemble (Russian: Ансамбль Александрова, Ensemble Alexandrova) is a performing ensemble that serves as the official army choir of the Russian armed forces.

The ensemble consists of a male choir, an orchestra, and a dance ensemble. The songs they perform range from Russian folk tunes to church hymns, operatic arias and popular music; examples include The Volga Boatmen's Song, Katyusha, Kalinka sample (info), Kernina and Ave Maria. After the Soviet period, the ensemble has continued performing, entertaining audiences both inside and outside Russia.


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