Vano Muradeli Ilyich (Georgian: ვანო მურადელი; Russian: Вано Ильич Мурадели), born as Ivan Ilyich Lenin Muradov or Hovhannes Mouradian, (Gori, 6 april1908 (the Julian calendar: 24 March) – Tomsk, 14 August 1970) was aSoviet-Russian - Georgian composer and conductor. His parents Ilya Petrovich Muradov (1864-1944) and Helen Zakharovna Muradov were coming from Armenia.
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- 4 Bibliography
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Muradeli was born in the same city as a youth, Joseph Stalin and a convinced Stalinist. He also alternated his surname as patriot, to put it in terms of sound closer to the name Dzhugashvili, the original name of Joseph Stalin, bring. He now Muradeli. He studied at the State Conservatory of Tbilisi at C. Barkhudarijan (composition) and m.m. Bagrinovski (orchestral conducting), where he graduated in 1931. From 1934 to 1938, he studied composition at the Moscow Conservatory (Russian: Государственная Консерватория им Bc. П. И. Чайковского) in Moscow by Nikolai Myaskovsky and Boris s. Schechter (1900-1961). During theSecond World War from 1942 to 1944 he was Artistic Director of the Central ensemble of the Russian Navy.
In 1946 he was awarded the Stalin Prize. His opera The great friendship was by the censorship on the basis of the resolution of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union prohibited. After Stalin's death he celebrated successes again, was again a member of the Federation of Soviet composers and was distinguished as people's artist of the Soviet Union in 1968. After his death he was buried in Moscow on the Novodevichy cemeteryat the Novodevichy monastery , that should.
- 1939 Georgian dance suite
- 1940 festive Overture for the 50th anniversary of Molotov
- 1950 The Road of Victory, symphonic poem for chorus and Orchestra
- Mars 1941 , for mixed choir and wind Orchestra
- Our Leader, 1939 Cantata on the occasion of the 60th anniversary of Joseph Stalin for soloists, mixed choir and Orchestra
- 1959 Together For Ever, Cantata for female voice, mixed choir and Orchestra
- 1960 Lenin is Among Us, Cantata for bass, mixed chorus and Orchestra
2nd version: 1960
|Velikaya družba (The great friendship)||4 companies||28 september1947, Perm;||Georgiy Mdivani to lyrics by j. Stremin and e. Iodkovsky|
|1950-1961||Oktjabr ' (October)||Prologue and 3 acts||1964, Moscow||Lugovskoj Vladimir and Viktor Vinnikov|
|1965||Devuška s golubymi glazami (the girl with the blue eyes)||1966, Volgograd||Viktor Vinnikov|
|1968||Moskva-Pariž-Moskva (Moscow-Paris-Moscou)||1970, Moscow||Viktor Vinnikov|
- Zdravitza 1941 , for mixed choir and Orchestra
- 1940 Song on the Youth or Stalin, for voice and Orchestra
- 1941 Song-toast, in honor of Joseph Stalin
- 1949 anthem for the International Union of students -text: l. Oshanin
- 1950 Moscow-Beijing
- Legendary Sevastopol 1954 -text: p. Gradov
- 1958 Cranes
- 1959 - Buchenwald alarm text: a. Sobelev
- 1963 March for the astronauts -text: e. Dolmatovskij
- Anthem on Moscow -text: a. Kovalenko
- The Fergana-Canal
- The Mountains of Fatusiva
- Vospominanija i St. (Erinnerungen u. Aufsätze), Moskva: Sov. kompozitor 1983. 160 p.
- Iz zizni Mae, 2-e izd., Moskva: Muzyka 1980. 38 p.
- Jozef Robijns, Miep Zijlstra: General music encyclopedia, Haarlem: De Haan, (1979)-1984, ISBN 978-90-228-4930-9
- Dmitry Feofanov, Allan Benedict Ho: A biographical dictionary of Russian and Soviet composers, New York: Greenwood Press, 1989. xxv, 739 p.
- Sigrid cousin: Handbuch der sowjetischen Oper und Russian, Berlin: Henschelverlag Kunst und Gesellschaft, 1985.
- D.M. Person: V.I. Muradeli. Notobibliogr. sprav., Moskva: Sov. kompozitor 1983. 160 p.
- Mikhail Bjalik: V excerpt please i after scene. (Auf der Bühne In der Partitur u.: Die Oper "October" von v. Muradeh) (;), in: Muzyka. 29 (1965) h. 3, pp. 49-56.
- K. Sezenskij: Vano Muradeh, Moskva: Sov. Kompozitor 1962. 91 p.
- Georgij Poljanovskij Aleksandrovic: Pesni Vano Muradeh-(Lieder von Vano Muradeh), in: Muzyka (;). 1956, h. 5, pp. 87-90.
- Hero worship in Soviet music: symphony about Kirov being written by Vanno Muradeli, Littell's Living Age, 355, Dec. 1938, pp. 376-377