Modern Russian Composers

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Leonid Sabaneyeff 7
  • Introduction 11
  • Sergey Tañeyeff - (1856-1915) 19
  • Alyeksandr Skryabin - (1871-1915) 40
  • Igor Stravinski - (born 1881) 64
  • Sergey Prokofyeff - (born 1890) 87
  • Sergey Rakhmaninoff - (born 1872) 103
  • Vladimir Ryebikoff (1866-1922) 121
  • Nikolay Metner (born 1879) 129
  • A. Gryechaninoff - (born 1864) 144
  • Nikolay Myaskovski - (born 1881) 149
  • Samuil Feinberg - (born 1889) 163
  • Mikhayil Gnyesin - (born 1881) 172
  • Alyeksandr Krein - (born 1883) 181
  • Grigoriy Krein - (born 1880) 187
  • Alyeksey Stanchinski - (1889-1913) 190
  • Fyodor Akimyenko - (born 1876) 195
  • Nikolay Roslavyets - (born 1880) 201
  • Bolyeslav Yavorski (born 1880) and His Pupils 208
  • The Moscow Group of Conservatives 214
  • The Leningrad Group 222
  • The Young Composers of Russia 229
  • The Russian-Parisian School 235
  • The Musical Creative Art of the Russian Revolution 242
  • Appendix 251
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