PHILHARMONICA. International Music JournalReference:
Vladimir Korolevsky. “Six children’s songs” for soprano and piano with lyrics by Boris Zakhoder
Abstract: The research object is the creative work of a modern Russian composer, a member of the Union of composers of Russia, Vladimir Korolevsky. In 1986 he graduated from Saratov State Conservatoire on a class of the works of professor B.A. Sosnovtsev. From 2002 till 2012 the composer was working as an associate professor at the department of the theory of music and composition of Saratov Conservatoire where he taught composing and theory of music.
Keywords: Saratov, songs, modern composer, contemporary music, vocal cycle, ABC, Zakhoder, Korolevsky, harmony, structure
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