Ded Moroz [Grandfather Frost] was originally released by Rok-Atel’ye [Rock Studio] on their 1987 album Zamykaya Krug [Closing The Circle]. It tells of waking up as a child and being scared because of the noise and lights but then Ded Moroz (the Russian equivalent of Santa Claus) turns up and everyone begins clapping, dancing, and singing; then later, as an adult, repeating the experience, this time dressing up as Ded Moroz and having a great time. This is a wonderful performance of this Russian New Year song. The performers for this song are: Zahar Moiseenko; Lev Larkovich; and Viktor Filonovich; they are supported by the adorable group Tsyplyata [Chickens]; and the dance studio Ekspressiya [Expression]. The video was recorded at the New Year’s Concert 2019.
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