Dulov Vera G.( Russian harpist)
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Dulov, Vera G. (1910-2000), Russian harpist. Born in Moscow, 14 (27) January 1910, a family of musicians. Her grandmother - Alexandra Yurievna Zograf-Dulov - a pianist, a pupil of Nikolai Rubinstein, P. Tchaikovsky dedicated it to "Salon polka" (op. 9). Her father - George N. Dulov - violinist, 1-st violin Petersburg 'Mecklenburg quartet', later professor at the Moscow Conservatory, mother - Maria Andrey Bukovskaya - singer, was the soloist of the Mariinsky Theater. In 1920-1922 Dulov learned to play the harp KA Erdelyi, then in 1922-1925 by MA Korchinsky. Important role in her creative career played by the People's Commissar of Education Lunacharskii: the means established by the Fund of assistance to young talents Dulov was sent to Germany, where until 1929 was improved by M. Saale in Berlin. In 1929 became a soloist of the Soviet Philharmonic company. From 1934 to 1985 was the soloist of the Bolshoi Theater Orchestra. In 1935 Dulov won 1 st prize at the II All-Union Competition of performing musicians, dividing it with the DF Oistrakh and Y. Flier. Actively performed in concert throughout the Soviet Union, in April 1955 was a party to the concert on a drifting ice floe 'North Pole-4', for which she was awarded the title of 'Honorary polar'; toured abroad - in Britain, Italy, France, Belgium and others. European countries, as well as Japan, Israel, USA, Australia, was a member of the jury of many international competitions. Dulov was the first performer in the USSR many arfovyh works by foreign composers (Hindemith, Britten, A. Jolivet, etc.). Her repertoire was more than 300 works. A number of Soviet composers have dedicated it to his compositions. Since 1943 Dulov taught at the Moscow Conservatory (in 1958 received the title of professor), nurtured a galaxy of talented performers (among her students about. 30 laureates and winners of various competitions and festivals). Dulov as a consultant participated in the design of domestic Harp. In 1964 it initiated at the Central House of Artists was founded Russia Society harp. In 1973 she was awarded the State Prize of the USSR, and in 1976 awarded the title People's Artist of the USSR. Dulova belong to multiple processing and transcriptions for harp (including works by French clavecinists). Dulov died in Moscow on 5 January 2000.