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Remenkov, Stefan

Remenkov, Stefan

Remenkov, Stefan , Bulgarian composer; b. Silistra, April 30, 1923. He studied piano with Nenov and composition with Vladigerov and Stoyanov at the Bulgarian State Cons. in Sofia, graduating in 1950, and later took a course with Khachaturian at the Moscow Cons.

Works

DRAMATIC: The Unvanquished, ballet (1960); The Errors Are Ours, operetta (1966); 2 children’s operettas: Ghanem (1967) and The Prince and the Pauper (1973). ORCH.: 2 piano concertos (1953, 1970); Prelude and Dance for Strings (1957); 4 syms.: No. 1, Children’s Symphony (1961), No. 2, Symphony in the Classical Style (1962), No. 3 (1965), and No. 4 (1968); Cello Concerto (1964); Concertino for Flute and Strings (1973); Fantasy for Violin and Orch. (1974). CHAMBER: Violin Sonata (1955); Nonet; 3 piano sonatas (1944, 1948, 1949).

—Nicolas Slonimsky/Laura Kuhn/Dennis McIntire

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