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Oleksandr Ponomariov

Oleksandr Ponomariov
Birth name Oleksandr Ponomariov
Born August 9, 1973
Origin Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Vocalist, Musician (piano), Arranger
Years active 1992–present
Website http://ponomaryov.kiev.ua/

Oleksandr Ponomariov (Ukrainian: Олександр Пономарьов) born, August 9, 1973, Khmelnytskyi, Ukraine) is one of the most famous singers of Ukraine. He has been awarded the country’s "Singer of the Year" seven times.[1]

One of Oleksandr's early passions was boxing. Unfortunately, when his eyesight started to deteriorate he was forbidden to fight by his doctor.[1]

Oleksandr, obeying this medical advice, needed to find an alternative career. While he had always enjoyed singing, he never thought that music could be his main occupation. Despite this, he applied to a music college where he encountered one drawback: Oleksandr could not read music. The college professors accepted him on the basis of his excellent singing voice and allowed him to stay on the condition that he master the school’s seven-year curriculum in the space of one year. He apparently succeeded.[1]

Since 1992, Oleksandr has taken part in dozens of Ukrainian and international festivals. In 1998, Ukraine’s government recognized Oleksandar by awarding him the title of “Honored Artist of Ukraine”.[1]

Oleksandr, performing "Hasta la Vista" was the first artist ever to represent Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest in 2003. His performance included a circus act with a contortionist and an Apollo program rocket. He finished in 14th place.[2]

Contents

  • Albums 1
    • Z ranku do nochi (From Morning Till Night) (1996) 1.1
    • Persha i ostannya lyubov (First and Last Love) (1997) 1.2
    • Vin (He) (2000) 1.3
    • Vona (She) (2001) 1.4
    • Krashche (The Best) (2004) 1.5
    • Ya lyublyu tilky tebe (Only You I Love) (2006) 1.6
    • Z ranku do nochi (From Morning Till Night) (2006) 1.7
    • Persha i ostannya lyubov (First and Last Love) (2006) 1.8
    • Golden Hits (2007) 1.9
    • Nichenkoyu (At Night) (2007) 1.10
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Albums

Z ranku do nochi (From Morning Till Night) (1996)

  • 1. Z ranku do nochi
  • 2. Vidkryvayu ochi
  • 3. Sirooke kokhannya
  • 4. Tilky raz tsvite lyubov
  • 5. Rekviyem
  • 6. 198 000 raz
  • 7. Vohon
  • 8. Kazochka
  • 9. Romans
  • 10. Zironka

Persha i ostannya lyubov (First and Last Love) (1997)

  • 1. Persha i ostannya lyubov
  • 2. Znovu i znovu
  • 3. Belyi kadillak
  • 4. Na skhid
  • 5. Zironka
  • 6. Serdenko
  • 7. A ya pidu...
  • 8. Dlya neyi...
  • 9. Molytva
  • 10. Holosy

Vin (He) (2000)

  • 1. Vin chekaye na neyi
  • 2. Detali
  • 3. Doroha
  • 4. Mynaye den
  • 5. Zirkoyu
  • 6. Choven
  • 7. Kryla
  • 8. Myla
  • 9. Tilky z toboyu
  • 10. Zasynai
  • 11. Vohon
  • 12. Vin chekaye na neyi (video)
  • 13. Mynaye den (video)
  • 14. Choven (video)
  • 15. Kryla (video)
  • 16. Vohon (video)

Vona (She) (2001)

  • 1. Hrim
  • 2. Chomus tak hirko plakala vona
  • 3. Guantanamera
  • 4. Ty moya
  • 5. Zakolyshu
  • 6. Yedyna
  • 7. Ya znayu
  • 8. Nizhnymy vustamy
  • 9. Sviataya Anna
  • 10. Lyubove
  • 11. Chomus tak hirko plakala vona (video)
  • 12. Ty moya (video)
  • 13. Ty moya (feat. Nataliya Mohylevska) (video)
  • 14. Nizhnymy vustamy (video)

Krashche (The Best) (2004)

  • 1. Z ranku do nochi
  • 2. Tilky raz tsvite lyubov
  • 3. 198000 raz
  • 4. Zironka
  • 5. Persha i ostannya lyubov
  • 6. A ya pidu
  • 7. Hrim
  • 8. Chomus tak hirko plakala vona
  • 9. Guantanamera
  • 10. Ty moya
  • 11. Yedyna
  • 12. Ya znayu
  • 13. Nizhnymy vustamy
  • 14. Choven
  • 15. Kryla
  • 16. Vin chekaye na neyi

Ya lyublyu tilky tebe (Only You I Love) (2006)

  • 1. Ya lyublyu tilky tebe
  • 2. Sertse
  • 3. Ya za tvoyu lyubov
  • 4. Spy sobi sama
  • 5. Ya zablukav
  • 6. Try porady
  • 7. Razom nazavzhdy
  • 8. Krayina
  • 9. Serdenko (remix)
  • 10. Hrim (remix)
  • 11. Ya za tvoyu lyubov (remix)
  • 12. Ya lyublyu tilky tebe (remix)

Z ranku do nochi (From Morning Till Night) (2006)

  • 1. Z ranku do nochi
  • 2. Vidkryvayu ochi
  • 3. Sirooke kohannya
  • 4. Tilky raz tsvite lyubov
  • 5. Rekviyem
  • 6. 198 000 raz
  • 7. Vohon
  • 8. Kazochka
  • 9. Romans
  • 10. Zironka

Persha i ostannya lyubov (First and Last Love) (2006)

  • 1. Serdenko
  • 2. Persha i ostannya lyubov
  • 3. A ya pidu...
  • 4. Belyi kadillak
  • 5. Znovu i znovu
  • 6. Dlya neyi...
  • 7. Molytva
  • 8. Na shid
  • 9. Ziron'ka (remix)
  • 10. Holosy

Golden Hits (2007)

  • 1. Hrim (remix)
  • 2. Serdenko (remix)
  • 3. Z ranku do nochi
  • 4. Zironka
  • 5. Ty moya (feat. Nataliya Mohylevska)
  • 6. Persha i ostannya lyubov
  • 7. Chomus tak hirko plakala vona
  • 8. Nizhnymy vustamy
  • 9. Svyataya Anna
  • 10. Doroha
  • 11. Choven
  • 12. Vin chekaye na neyi
  • 13. Kryla
  • 14. Vohon
  • 15. Ya lyublyu tilky tebe
  • 16. Krayina
  • 17. Ya za tvoyu lyubov
  • 18. Sertse
  • 19. Spy sobi sama
  • 20. Try porady
  • 21. Ya zablukav

Nichenkoyu (At Night) (2007)

  • 1. A ty prosto kokhai
  • 2. Ty dochekaisya mene
  • 3. Nichenkoyu temnoyu
  • 4. Pilihrym
  • 5. Ja ne takyi
  • 6. Vesilna pisnya
  • 7. Ya tviy Did Moroz!
  • 8. Mariya
  • 9. Volare
  • 10. Z ranku do nochi (new version)
  • 11. A ty prosto kokhai (remix)
  • 12. Saundtrek do filmu Miy prynts

References

  1. ^ a b c d Eurovision Song Contest 2003 Ukraine
  2. ^ Eurovision Song Contest 2003

External links

  • Oleksandr's homepage
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