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Vasily Pavlovich Solovyov-Sedoi (Василий Павлович Соловьёв-Седой; 25 April [O.S. 12 April] 1907a – 2 December 1979) was a Russian classical composer who was born and died in Saint Petersburg.

Solovyov-Sedoi composed the music for the songs Solovi and Moscow Nights (Russian: Подмосковные вечера; transliterated as "Podmoskovnye Vechera"). Originally named Solovyov, when he entered the Russian "Composer's Union" he added the suffix "Sedoi", meaning grey, to avoid confusion with another composer with the same name.

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Album

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
2003 Where Are You, My Brothers? (Moscow Chamber Orchestra feat. conductor: Constantine Orbelian, baritone: Dmitri Hvorostovsky) Дмитрий Александрович Хворостовский 1
2007 Jazz zu Zweit Freilach 1

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Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1966 Cossack Patrol Compilation Alexandrov Red Army Ensemble, Boris Alexandrov 1
1994 You Are There: 22 Classic Hits Compilation Various Artists 1

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Year Title Artist Rating Releases
2005 Balalaika Favorites Osipov State Russian Folk Orchestra, Vitaly Gnutov 3

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