Shtogarenko, Andrei (Yakovlevich)

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Shtogarenko, Andrei (Yakovlevich)

Shtogarenko, Andrei (Yakovlevich), Ukrainian composer and pedagogue; b. Noviye Kaidaki, near Ekaterinoslov, Oct. 15, 1902; d. Kiev, Sept. 16, 1992. He studied with Bogatyrev at the Kharkov Cons. (graduated, 1936). From 1954 to 1968 he was director of the Kiev Cons., where he also was a prof. from 1960. In 1972 he was made a People’s Artist of the U.S.S.R.

Works

DRAMATIC: Film scores. ORCH.: 6 syms. (1947, rev. 1958; 1965, rev. 1970; 1971; 1973; 1975–76; Biographical, 1983); Partisan Sketches (1957); Violin Concerto (1969); Piano Concertino (1972); Violin Concertino (1972); Symphonic Dances (1982). OTHER: Lenin Walks the Planet, choral sym. (1958); cantatas; songs; chamber music; piano pieces.

Bibliography

A. Znosco-Borovsky, A. S.(Kiev, 1947; second ed., 1951); M. Borvoyk, A. Y. S.(Kiev, 1961); G. Vynogradov, A. S.(Kiev, 1973).

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