Died poet Boris Dubrovin, who wrote songs for Magomayev, Kobzon and

In Moscow, died a songwriter Boris Dubrovin. He was 94 years old. According to preliminary data, the reason for the man’s death was cardiovascular failure.

Dubrovin died a few days ago, but it has become known only now, Komsomolskaya Pravda reports. In a difficult moment with the man was his wife Valentina tarasovna.

Boris Dubrovin became the songwriter of a number of eminent artists, including Herman, Muslim Magomayev, Joseph Kobzon, Anne Veski, Valentina Tolkunova and many others. He is the author of the texts of the following songs: “From sadness to joy,” “Love, soft words,” “I’ll stand on the sidelines” and so on.