Soprano Turetsky: “We used masks in the video – a new symbol of the fight against coronavirus”

The new work of the team is dedicated to people and their relationships during the pandemic Anastasia Mishakova May 19, 2020 18:04 Soprano Turetsky dedicated a clip to the relationship of people during the coronavirus pandemic Photo: press materials Soprano Turetsky’s group presented a video clip for the song Un Sordomuto Amore (“Deaf-mute love”). The team’s new work is dedicated to people and their relationships during the fight against coronavirus. In the video, all the vocalists appear in masks – a new symbol of the time of the pandemic. And the song itself was performed in Italian – and for a reason. “The idea to translate this song into Italian arose with Edgar Hakobyan, and then, in a synthesis with Anya Korolik and Mikhail Turetsky, we also had the idea of ​​a video – just then when it became painful, at the time of the pandemic, when concerts began to be canceled and very disturbing news began to come about the situation with the infected in Italy. We decided to shoot a video in Italian in support of Italy, which has become one of the main hotbeds of infection, Russia and the whole world, which is struggling with this terrible scourge. Therefore, we decided to use masks in filming, which symbolize the fight against coronavirus, “Iveta Rogova, soloist of Soprano Turetsky told WomanHit.ru.” The translation of the song from Russian into Italian was done by an Italian of Russian origin – it turned out to be an artistic, but literal translation. Deaf-mute love – when you can neither speak nor hear, and only eyes remain, filled with pain, suffering, waiting for all this horror to end. We pray for the whole world with the help of love, music, international impulse. We are together – may we be separated, may we sit in our homes, may we not be able to see each other. But in one impulse we are trying to overcome what is happening now, ”concluded the singer. …