GALYNIN Herman Hermanovitch( Russian composer)
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Biography GALYNIN Herman Hermanovitch
GALYNIN, Herman Hermanovitch (1922-1966), Russian composer. Born in Tula, 30 March 1922 in a working class family of the Tula Arms Plant. Early orphaned, wandering, in 1934 came to the orphanage they. Lenin in Tula, where at age 15 began studying music. In 1938-1941 he studied at the Music School at the Moscow Conservatory (among his teachers were IV Sposobin, . GI Litinskii), . in 1944-1950 - at the Moscow Conservatory composition class Miaskovsky, . Dmitry Shostakovich (the latter is highly valued talent Galynina),
. In 1941 he volunteered for the front.
The main features of the composer's style - the leading role of melodic beginning, a bright Russian national color. Most of the works created during the years of apprenticeship: the music to comedy Dzh.Fletchera "The Taming of the Tamer" (in the Front was the theater WTO), . First Concerto for Piano and Orchestra (1946), , . as well as his best compositions - the oratorio "Girl and Death" (the poem by Gorky, . 1950; instrumentation A. Fortunatova, . 1963; performed during his lifetime Galynina) and "an epic poem on Russian themes for Orchestra" (1950; Stalin Prize 1951),
. Last 15 years of life Galynin little composing because of illness, among the works of these years of the Second String Quartet (1956), . Aria for Violin and String Orchestra (1963), . Triad piano sonatas (written in different years, . combined into a cycle in 1963), . Concerto grosso for piano (1964),
Galynin died in Moscow on July 18, 1966.