Category Archives: Music

Here are my own compositions, as well as my versions of other peoples’ music.

The Romance of the Rickshaw


Original YT playout date: 16 October 2009
Duration: 34:46

The most romantic film on this channel this year.
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Greensleeves


Original YT playout date: 11 October 2009
Duration: 5:15

Lucjan O. Poworocki’s latest “Extraordinary Rendition” takes us into the composition of that fractionary King of merrie England Henry the Eighth, an ode to his paramour and her penchant for using her brachial garments as an Ersatz hankerchief.

The second course features Huliganov, discovering how some of the food and drink outlets in frankfurt Airport are failing to tick all the boxes when it comes to TQM and governance issues…
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How Deep is Your Love?


Original YT playout date: 10 October 2009
Duration: 4:38

Lucjan O. Poworocki makes an extraordinary rendition of this Gibbs Brothers classic. Afterwards the Boss gives a dressing down to Miss Jones for being inappropriately dressed at the office.

The Boss was a one-off character made by me but his only real distinguishing feature was having one eye. Other than that he was similar to other characters I had already done. The irony of someone with only one eye criticising colleagues for their apprearance at work was supposed to be something along the lines of beams and motes, but when I checked about real human cyclopses the images of cyclopia were too tragic really to be adjoined to any flippant humour, so effectively I didn’t take the idea any further.

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Prague Vlog #13 – Curtain Call


Original YT playout date: 10 October 2009
Duration: 1:08:30

A musical trip down memory lane while walking to lose weight in Prague.
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The Way We Were


Monday, April 12, 2021

Original YT playout date: 4 October 2009
Duration: 2:48

Uncle Davey sings about the other www.
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Just for John the Luthier


Original YT playout date: 3 October 2009
Duration: 4:15

If you’re not John the Luthier, please do not look at this piece of unfinished work.
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Когда Только Любовь Нам Нужна


Original YT playout date: 26 September 2009
Duration: 3:58

Russian version of “When All We Need Is Love” by Mark Maysey. Translated and performed by Viktor D. Huliganov.

This song featured recently in Prague Vlog # 11, and Mark Maysey said he liked it and asked whether I would make a separate video with some photos about love and war. Therefore, especially for you, Mark, here it is.

Not enough people know this song, and other of Mark Maysey’s original songs. I have only seen them here on YouTube and his subscribership deserves to be much bigger. However, those who do hear these songs find that they sink in very deep, and stay with the listener not only for a short time, but for much longer, improving the soul.
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Huliganov covers Russian Sailor’s cover of “Let it Be”


Original YT playout date: 11 September 2009
Duration: 8:05

It was written up in the Telegraph newspaper as the next big buzz, so Huli jumps on the bandwagon as ever…
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Huliganov’s “Oh del mio dolce ardor”


Original YT playout date: 10 September 2009
Duration: 4:35

I found this jazzed up version of the Gluck singing lesson staple on the net, but the singer and the backing were not credited. If anyone can help me give credit where credit is due, by all means do!
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The Pancakes of the Opera


Original YT playout date: 27 August 2009
Duration: 4:31

I eat pancakes while Sophie sings the Phantom of the Opera song.
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Huliganov’s “Que Sera, Sera”


Original YT playout date: 23 August 2009
Duration: 2:26

Huliganov performs extraordinary ruindition on an old Doris Day number.
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Not gonna get us


Original YT playout date: 23 August 2009
Duration: 1:35

Huli is joined by a little Tatu impromptu tribute group, Sophie and her friend Bom, singing the Russian classic.
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