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Bjork and Antony Hegarty to Record a Song to Fyodor Tyutchev Poem
7.08.2008 15:31
Bjork and Antony Hegarty to Record a Song to Fyodor Tyutchev Poem

Island singer Bjork and Antony Hegarty, leader of the band Antony and the Johnsons are going to record an unusual single together.
      
      The musicians will perform the ballad Dull Flame Of Desire based on verses of the great Russian poet Fyodor Tyutchev. This is a song from Bjorks sixth studio album Volta recorded in 2007. The single is expected to be released on 29th September.
      
      Bjork and Hegarty have already sung this song before; it happened at Bjorks concerts in London in April 2008.
      
      Source: oreanda.ru
      


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