Vladimir K. Troshin was born May 15, 1926 in the village Mikhaylovsk in the Sverdlovsk region and was the tenth child of a working class family. In 1935 his parents moved to Sverdlovsk.
He graduated from music school. In 1943 took place in Sverdlovsk enrollment in Moscow Art Theatre School. Of 280 applicants chosen four, among them was Troshin. In 1947, he successfully graduated Troshin Moscow Art Theatre School. On theatrical career he quickly reached the "powers known" already received the award in 25 years, which then dreamed every creative worker - Stalin Prize, and later became the People's Artist of the RSFSR.
Nationwide fame came to him in 1955, when he came on stage with the performance of songs by Soviet composers. Usually his name is associated with "Moscow Nights," which he first recorded for the documentary, and then sang on the radio. But even before Troshin struck listeners MAT play "Twelfth Night", where among other great musical numbers he sang "Song of the Fool," and his voice, especially after the "Moscow Nights" became a kind of sound characteristic sign of the time. Songs performed by Vladimir Troshin heard on radio from morning till evening.
Troshin's lyricism did not go unnoticed. During these years, he has sung more than five hundred works. The most moving things from his repertoire: "In the city of spring comes" (N. Theology - B. Nasonkin) "Saturday evening" (S. Tulikov - V. Kharitonov), "Green Light" (K. Molchanov - M. Matusovsky) "Do not worry" and "Spring" (both - Novikov - V. Kharitonov), "Waiting for Spring" (J. Sokolsky - Orlov), "Moscow at night" (A. Babajanyan - G. Registan). This a hit for several seasons became Troshina song performed by E. Coleman and V. Orlov, "Silence."
Troshin was the idol of a whole generation - his "thinking" bard's voice and incredibly pleased and saddened, and treated first feeling agitated soul.
But the generation growing up, and his heart resonators changed its tune. Troshina song "out of fashion", faded glory, although he occasionally reminded of themselves and 1960s ("tucking into plates cosmic charts..."), and in the 1970s, and later.
Troshin died February 25, 2008. Buried in Moscow, Troekurov cemetery.
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