Boris Wladimirowitsch Assafjew

Boris Wladimirowitsch Assafjew (Russian БорисВладимировичАсафьев, alias Igor Globow; * 17. July/ 29. July 1884 in pc. Petersburg; † 27. January 1949 in Moscow) was a Russian composer.

Assafjew studied at the conservatoire of pc. Petersburg with Nikolai Rimski Korsakow and Anatoli Konstantinowitsch Ljadow. 1910 it became ballet korrepetitor at the Peter citizen Marien theatre. Since 1921 it led the department for music of the national institute for history of art. 1925 it created the music-scientific faculty of the conservatoire in Leningrad. Starting from 1943 it led art-historical Institut in Moscow.

Assafjew composed ten operas, numerous ballet, three symphonies, two Kantaten and songs. In addition it stepped as an author of music-scientific works (among other things The musical form as process, the music in Russia) out.

works

to operas

  • ash-bubble (“Cinderella”), 1906,
  • the snow queen, 1907
  • the woman of the treasurer, 1935
  • the woman of the treasurer, 1935
  • Minin and Posharski, 1936-1938
  • Altyn Tschetsch (“the girl with the golden hair”), 1938
  • the eherne rider, 1939
  • the thunderstorm, 1939-1940
  • the Gelage during the plague, 1940
  • the slawische beauty (“the charm lock”), 1940
  • Klaretta's career, Operette, 1940

ballet

  • the white lily (“poet dreams”), 1910-1914,
  • the gift of the Fee, 1910
  • king Karneval, 1914
  • the ice girl (“Solveig ""), 1918
  • La Carmagnola, 1918
  • the flame illusions lost of Paris
  • , 1932 the Fontäne of Bachtschissarai
  • , 1933/34, 1934
  • partisans, 1935
  • the prisoner in the Caucasus, 1936
  • the night before Christmas, 1937
  • the beautiful Radda, 1937
  • Iwan Bolotnikow, 1938
  • Stepan Rasin, 1939
  • Aschik Kerib, 1939/40
  • haven advice of the ballet artists - Ballettsuite, 1940
  • Sulamith, 1940/41
  • Schneeflöckchen, 1941
  • count Nulin, 1941-1943
  • the Totengräber, 1943
  • the stone guest, 1943
  • Lada, 1943
  • Francesca there Rimini, 1943
  • the princess as a farmer's wife, 1945
  • spring fairy tales, 1946
  • a spring fairy tale, 1946
  • the family, 1947
  • Miliza, 1942-47


note: Double data are first of all indicated in accordance with Julian calendar, which applied in Russia up to the October Revolution 1917, secondly in accordance with in the west since that 16. /18. Jh. used Gregorian calendar. See also: Wikipedia: Name conventions/cyrillic


 

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