The songs in this secion are so beautiful, so I would just shut up and let you enjoy them.
Martian Waltz (2010) So what you need to know: that's a waltz. You can dace waltz using this song as an OST. It's about love and it's a pure, ultimate kindness. Can't find anything that deep and strong.
Fire Language (2002) Can't really decide what version, 2002 or 2011 to show you. They both are aesthetic, interesting, nice. The language of fire is a song about love, about sex, about passion, great lingustics combination. A true diamond for a philologist.
Amorous deer breeders (1999). One of the most unusual and still melodic songs you ever heard. Both east and west, both english and russian, both ethnic and technic. Chorus is especially cool.
Moscow Romance (1996) quite First of all this is a correct 7/8 waltz, secondly you are about to listen to the most popular russian song of 1996. How is that possible? Well, it's pretty easy when it's about Nogu Svelo! To record a song about Moscow Subway's homeless people, full of love, that woud be slices into memes immediately and forever? Easily. Actually still, 20 years after this song was first on air people still continue to say "help us kind people, we are a not local" a citation from the song to mymic homeless or a need. PS: chorus is in 6/8. Not the easiest thing to play.
Lullaby (2002). I would say that's a very unusual sound for a lullaby, but It's somuch enjoyabe, both through lyrics and melody.
Rivers (1998) A duet with russian pop star Natalia Vetlitskaya (some people say she is more beautiful than Kylie Minogue) presented on Rock festival Maxidrom (why not, huh) is the best way to learn the geography of Russian Rivers.