Blazevic Vladislav( Russian trombonist, teacher, conductor and composer.)
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Blazevic, Vladislav (1881-1942), Russian trombonist, teacher, conductor, composer.
Born on the farm Tregubovka (Katyn parish, Smolensk Province) 3 (15) August 1881. With 12 years of playing in a military orchestra in Smolensk. In 1900-1905 he studied at the Moscow Conservatory (class II trombone H. Bork). In 1906-1928 the orchestra soloist of the Bolshoi Theater, in 1922-1932 party Persimfans (First Symphony ensemble without conductor). In 1920-1942 he taught at the Moscow Conservatory (class trombone; since 1922 professor, in 1929-1936 head of the military kapelmeysterskoy Chair). Since 1920 the brass band conductor factories 'Goznak', in 1928-1935 - Exemplary School Orchestra improvements commanders. In 1937-1939 the organizer and chief conductor of the State Wind Orchestra of the USSR.
Blazevic - one of the founders of the national performing school playing wind instruments (the author of many teaching aids) and the military conducting education. Among his pupils - VA Shcherbinin, BP Grigoriev, KG Moreynis, G. Voronin, A. Setrakian. Author 2 overtures, . 13 concertos for trombone and piano (1934-1940), . 10 marches, . including the "Concert March" (1936), . Suites, . Quartets, . Waltzes (1920-1930), . and instructional materials - "School of the collective game for wind orchestra (1935), . "School for sliding trombone" (1935), . "The school game on the tube" (1943),
. Blazevic died in Moscow on 10 April 1942.