ALEXANDER MOSOLOV (). COMPLETE WORKS FOR SOLO PIANO. OLGA ANDRYUSHCHENKO, piano. Catalogue number: GP Recording. in the Work of Composer Alexander Mosolov Zorya Fine Art, http://www. ronaldweinland.info (ac. V Lento, rubato. Alexander Mosolov (). 7. Two Nocturnes Op. 15 ( ). I. Elegiaco, poco stentato. II. Adagio. 8. Two Dances Op. 23b ().
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Alexander Vasilyevich Mosolov was a Russian composer of the early Soviet era, known best for .. State Composers and the Red Courtiers: Music, Ideology, and Politics in the Soviet s (PDF) (Ph.D. Dissertation). University of Jyväskylä. Alexander Mosolov (). I. Elegiaco, poco stentato. II. Adagio. Intermission. Sonata No. 6 (). Galina Ustvolskaya (). Village Sketches. ALEXANDER MOSOLOV PDF - The latest Tweets from Alexander Mosolov (@ amosolov). Developer of upcoming indie sandbox rpg Starsector. Find Alexander .
Vladimir Lenin Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov , better known by the alias Lenin, was a Russian communist revolutionary and political theorist. He served as head of government of Soviet Russia from to and of the Soviet Union from to Under his administration and the wider Soviet Union became a one-party communist state governed by the Russian Communist Party. Ideologically a communist, he developed a variant of Marxism known as Leninism. Born to a moderately prosperous middle-class family in Simbirsk , Lenin embraced revolutionary socialist politics following his brother's execution.
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Soon after their wedding, Ilya obtained a job in Nizhny Novgorod, rising to become Director of Primary Schools in the Simbirsk district six years later.
Five years after that, he was promoted to Director of Public Schools for the province, overseeing the foundation of over schools as a part of the government's plans for modernisation. His dedication to education earned him the Order of St. Vladimir , which bestowed on him the status of hereditary nobleman.
Lenin was baptised six days later, he was one of eight children, having two older siblings and Alexander. They were followed by three more children, Olga and Maria.
Two siblings died in infancy. Ilya was a devout member of the Russian Orthodox Church and baptised his children into it, although Maria—a Lutheran by upbringing—was indifferent to Christianity, a view that influenced her children. Both parents were monarchists and liberal conservatives , being committed to the emancipation reform of introduced by the reformist Tsar Alexander II ; every summer they holidayed at a rural manor in Kokushkino. Among his siblings, Lenin was closest to his sister Olga, whom he bossed around.
Saint Petersburg Saint Petersburg is Russia's second-largest city after Moscow , with 5 million inhabitants in , part of the Saint Petersburg agglomeration with a population of 6.
An important Russian port on the Baltic Sea , it has a status of a federal subject. During the periods — and —, Saint Petersburg was the capital of Imperial Russia. In , the central government bodies moved to Moscow, about km to the south-east. Saint Petersburg is home to the Hermitage , one of the largest art museums in the world. Many foreign consulates, international corporations and businesses have offices in Saint Petersburg.
On 6 September , Sankt-Peterburg, was returned. Today, in English the city is known as "Saint Petersburg". Local residents refer to the city by its shortened nickname, Piter; the city's traditional nicknames among Russians are the Window to Europe.
Swedish colonists built Nyenskans , a fortress at the mouth of the Neva River in , in what was called Ingermanland , inhabited by Finnic tribe of Ingrians ; the small town of Nyen grew up around it. At the end of the 17th century, Peter the Great, interested in seafaring and maritime affairs, wanted Russia to gain a seaport in order to trade with the rest of Europe, he needed a better seaport than the country's main one at the time, on the White Sea in the far north and closed to shipping during the winter.
On 27 May , closer to the estuary 5 km inland from the gulf , on Zayachy Island , he laid down the Peter and Paul Fortress , which became the first brick and stone building of the new city; the city was built by conscripted peasants from all over Russia. Tens of thousands of serfs died building the city; the city became the centre of the Saint Petersburg Governorate.
Peter moved the capital from Moscow to Saint Petersburg in , 9 years before the Treaty of Nystad of ended the war. During its first few years, the city developed around Trinity Square on the right bank of the Neva, near the Peter and Paul Fortress.
However, Saint Petersburg soon started to be built out according to a plan. By the Swiss Italian Domenico Trezzini had elaborated a project whereby the city centre would be located on Vasilyevsky Island and shaped by a rectangular grid of canals; the project is evident in the layout of the streets.
The style of Petrine Baroque , developed by Trezzini and other architects and exemplified by such buildings as the Menshikov Palace , Kunstkamera and Paul Cathedral, Twelve Collegia , became prominent in the city architecture of the early 18th century.
In , Peter died at the age of fifty-two, his endeavours to modernize Russia had met with opposition from the Russian nobility—resulting in several attempts on his life and a treason case involving his son.
It remained the seat of the Romanov dynasty and the Imperial Court of the Russian Tsars , as well as the seat of the Russian government, for another years until the communist revolution of In — the city suffered from catastrophic fires. It developed along three radial streets, which meet at the Admiralty building and are now one street known as Nevsky Prospekt , Gorokhovaya Street and Voznesensky Prospekt.
Baroque architecture became dominant in the city during the first sixty years, culminating in the Elizabethan Baroque , represented most notably by Italian Bartolomeo Rastrelli with such buildings as the Winter Palace. In the s, Baroque architecture was succeeded by neoclassical architecture. Established in , the Commission of Stone Buildings of Moscow and Saint Petersburg ruled that no structure in the Music of Armenia The music of Armenia has its origins in the Armenian Highlands , where people traditionally sang popular folk songs.
Armenia has a long musical tradition, collected and developed by Komitas , a prominent priest and musicologist , in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Traditional Armenian folk music as well as Armenian church music is not based on the European tonal system but on a system of Tetrachords; the last note of one tetrachord serves as the first note of the next tetrachord — which makes a lot of Armenian folk music more or less based on a theoretically endless scale.
Armenians have had a long tradition of folk music from the antiquity. Under Soviet leadership, Armenian folk music was taught in state-sponsored conservatoires.
Instruments played include qamancha, dhol , duduk, blul , shvi and to a lesser degree saz.