Shebalin Vissarion Yakovlevich( Music)
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Biography Shebalin Vissarion Yakovlevich
Bessarion Ya Shabalin (29.05.1902 year - 28.05.1963 year) - Russian composer and teacher. Born in Omsk, May 29 (11 June) 1902. In 1928 he graduated from the Moscow Conservatory composition Miaskovsky and later became the main successor to his teacher at the pedagogical field, . support the principles of high professionalism and impeccably honest and responsible attitude to work,
. From 1928 he taught composition at the Moscow Conservatory, in the most difficult period (1942-1948) was its director, dismissed after the publication of certain orders against formalism (an opera 'Great Friendship' V. Muradeli), . subsequently returned to the conservatory and worked at the Department of compositions,
. Among students Shabalin - composers TN Khrennikov, K. S. Khachaturian, A. Nikolaev, V. Tormis, EV Denisov, S. Gubaidulina and many others. In 1920 Shebalin was a member of the Association of Contemporary Music, was a member of an informal association of Moscow musicians, . grouped around Miaskovsky ( 'Lammovsky circle', . assembled in the apartment of the teacher Conservatory, . remarkable musical text researcher P. A. Lamm), was also a close friend of Shostakovich.,
. As a composer Shebalin worked in almost every major genre, including created a lot of music to dramatic productions, radio shows, films
. Among his most extensive heritage of distinguished opera The Taming of the Shrew by Shakespeare (1957), . workshop and elegant musical comedy (sort of reminiscent Duenna Prokofiev), . and choruses without accompaniment to the verses of Russian and Soviet poets, and some songs,
. At one time a great event in the musical life was his Symphony on poems Lenin Vladimir Mayakovsky (1931, second edition 1959).
. Shabalin was one of the most cultivated and erudite musicians of his generation; seriousness, intelligence, certain academic style to bring together his Miaskovsky
. He brilliantly orchestrated and completed the unfinished opera by Mussorgsky Sorochinskaya Fair, . which, . despite the presence of other editors (C. A. Cui, . Tcherepnin), . now it is widely used in version Shabalin; worked well over the orchestration of another unfinished opera by Mussorgsky plan - Salammbo,
. They restored the musical comedy scores S.S.Gulak-Artemovsky Zaporozhez Danube Symphony on two Russian themes Glinka and others
Died Shebalin in Moscow May 28, 1963.