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Who is Aida Vedishcheva?
Aida Vedishcheva: Aida Semёnovna Vedishcheva is a Soviet and Russian singer of Jewish descent. In the 1960s she contributed songs to several film soundtracks, including "The small song about bears", "Help me", "Forest deer", "Bear-mama lullaby", and "Chunga-changa".
- also known as Aida Semyonovna Vedishcheva, Aida Semёnovna Vedishcheva, Ida Solomonovna Weis, Amazing Aida
- born on (74 years ago) in Kazan, child of Solomon Vais and Yelena Mitrofanovna Yemelyanova
- nationality: United States of America, Soviet Union
- profession: Singer
- genres: Folk music, Pop music
- albums: "Поет Аида Ведищева", "Слова любви", "Где-то на белом свете"
- filmography: played Nina (Uncredited, Voice) in "Kidnapping, Caucasian Style"
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