Sochi sounds like Shostakovich, Barsova and Rachmaninov

Sochi sounds like Shostakovich, Barsova and Rachmaninov

An unusual music card was created in Russia. In it, each city has its own sound. In addition to Sochi, the map includes 22 municipalities, including Moscow, St. Petersburg, Grozny, Orenburg, Kaliningrad, Magadan, Khabarovsk, Vladivostok and Chelyabinsk.

- The Musical Map project is designed to increase the interest of tourists in Russian cities. To create it, the WEB.The Russian Federation provided data on the quality of life in them. The Music Museum shared the stories and works of composers. On their basis, the Skoltech neural network created the music of cities," the project organizers said.

So in the description of the music of Sochi, it tells about the opera singer Valeria Barsova, who for 27 years was a soloist of the Moscow Bolshoi Theater. Themes of works by Borodin, Tchaikovsky, Rachmaninoff, Shostakovich, Stravinsky and other Russian composers were also used, which were presented to the public during the ceremony of the 2014 Winter Olympic Games.
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