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Leonid Bobylev

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Name  Leonid Bobylev
Role  Composer
Education  Moscow Conservatory

Leonid Bobylev

Leonid bobylev the tula fair fantasia for russian folk orchestra 1994

Leonid Borisovich Bobylev, also Bobylyov (Леони́д Бори́сович Бобылё́в, born October 15, 1949 in Tula) is a Russian composer.


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Bobylev graduated from the Moscow Conservatory, where he studied composition with Mikhail Chulaki, a professor at the Moscow Conservatory.

Leonid bobylev six monologues by the poems of a akhmatova 1972


Bobylev has composed 7 operas, 1 ballet, 10 concertos, a symphony, a symphonic poems "De profundis" and "…e poi…", 4 concerti grossi, 9 oratorios and cantatas, chamber music for solo instruments and ensembles, and some music for theatre and motion pictures.

  • Gregory Melehov (1980, libretto by A.Medvedev after Mikhail Sholokhov's novel "And Quiet Flows the Don", the concert audition of the fragments Moscow, 1988)
  • The Lost Hunt (1981, libretto by Tatiana Vershinina and Leonid Bobylev after prose by V. Astafiev, the concert audition Moscow, 1983)
  • Who Invented the Soap Balloons? (1989, for children, libretto by O. Volozova);
  • Hi, Alice! (1993, for the juniors, premiere Moscow; 1993)
  • …With the Last Kissing… (1994, mono-opera, libretto by Leonid Bobylev after the novel Doctor Zhivago by Boris Pasternak premiere Moscow, 2001)
  • Playing Chehov (2000, libretto by Leonid Bobylev after Anton Chekhov's stories)
  • Orchestra
  • Miracles of the Forest, suite (1979)
  • Symphony (1985)
  • De Profundis, symphonic poem (premiere Moscow, 1992, recording on Broadcast Nord France 1993)
  • Concertante
  • Concerto for viola and string orchestra (1970)
  • Viennese Musical Box (Венская шкатулка), Concerto Grosso No.3 for violin, viola, piano and string orchestra (2007)
  • References

    Leonid Bobylev Wikipedia