JAN FRENKEL: FOR JOY OF ALL
“Cranes” alone would have been more than enough for Jan Frenkel to enter the history of music and become a popularly loved composer. But “Russian Field”, “Old Waltz”, “Chase”, “Textile…

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“SIMPLE CZECH MUSICIAN” ANTONIN DVORZHAK
An independent talent, formed under adverse circumstances and triumphantly emerged from a difficult struggle. G. Laroche Antonin Dvořák is undoubtedly the most famous Czech of all time. He succeeded in…

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Michal Oginsky
Michal Oginsky was not only a government official, but also an amateur composer. He wrote quite a few pieces of music, and some of them even became popular in the…

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GENIUS AND WONDERKIND WOLFGANG AMADEI MOZART

Mozart managed to conquer all the musical heights that were available at that time, but this did not bring him success in life. Unfortunately, only a few contemporaries could appreciate the full depth of his talent, and he was worthy of the highest degree of fame.

Perhaps the genius was not lucky with the era in which he lived, but who knows, we would now enjoy his works, if he were born at another time or in another place.

Little talent
The future music prodigy was born in the family of assistant bandmaster Leopold Mozart and his wife Anna Maria on January 27, 1756 in Salzburg. Mother could not recover for a long time after childbirth, the birth of her son almost cost her her life. The next day, the boy was baptized and named Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang Theophilus. The Mozart couple had seven children, but five died in early childhood, leaving their older sister Maria Anna and Wolfgang. Continue reading

RUSSIAN MAESTRO MICHAEL GLINKA

Mikhail Glinka entered the history of world music as the founder of Russian national opera. His composing talent was not always approved, sometimes criticized and ridiculed, but the composer passed all the tests with honor and took a deserved place in the galaxy of great musicians.

Polish nobleman
The homeland of Mikhail Glinka was Smolensk province, where his family lived in the village of Novospasskoye from the time of his great-grandfather – the Polish gentry, who swore allegiance to the tsar and continued military service in Russia.

Michael’s parents were second cousins ​​to each other. Therefore, Glinka’s father, Ivan Nikolaevich, needed to get Continue reading

VIRTUOZ MUSIC WITHOUT BOUNDARIES Eugene Sokolovsky

A little more than a hundred years ago, the famous poet said that if the stars are lit, then someone needs this. Interpreting Vladimir Mayakovsky, we can say with confidence that the modern viewer or listener was just waiting for such a star – filled with new meaning, emotions, ideas, fresh perception of musical art that knows no boundaries and stereotypes. That is why Evgeni Sokolovsky appeared in the creative horizon. He says that he always dreamed of creating new melodic and airy piano music, saturated with bright colors, emotions, dizzying turns to match the new time, to convey his feelings and in each new composition to give people a whole world of emotions.

To music through gymnastics
Eugene’s childhood and youth passed in Kazakhstan. There he was born on February 5, 1985 in the city of Pavlodar. Continue reading

“DUET CATS” FOR TWO VOICES AND PIANO
A comic vocal piece for two voices (usually soprano) with piano accompaniment (there are also orchestrations) “The Cat Duet” depicts two mewing cats. The whole world knows and loves this…

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GENESIS - Pioneers of Art Rock
The development of rock music in general and its intellectual direction in particular is impossible to imagine without the British band Genesis. It was she who turned into the channel…

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“GREAT SYMPHONY” FRANZ SCHUBERT
Throughout his life and long enough after his death, Franz Schubert was the personification of a misunderstood genius who did not achieve recognition. His music was admired only by friends…

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ANTONIO VIVALDI - ITALIAN BACH
It took humanity almost two centuries to learn, understand and appreciate the music of the great Antonio Vivaldi again, because soon after his death he was unjustly oblivious. In the…

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