Igor Vladimirovich Sposobin (1900-1954)

Igor Vladimirovich Sposobin (1900-1954), musicologist. Teacher of theory of music (1924-1954, since 1939 – professor). The portrait painted by Suvorov.

Igor Vladimirovich Sposobin

Boleslav Leopoldovich Yavorsky (1877-1942).

Boleslav Leopoldovich Yavorsky (1877-1942), music theorist, pianist. Conducted musical and theoretical seminars (1938-1942, since 1938 – professor).

music theorist, pianist. Conducted musical and theoretical seminars

Sergey Vassilyevich Yevseev (1894-1956).

Sergey Vassilyevich Yevseev (1894-1956), composer, music theorist. Teacher of theoretical subjects (1922-1956, since 1939 – professor).

composer,music theorist. Teacher of theoretical subjects

Sergei Sergeevich Prokofiev (1891-1953).

Sergei Sergeevich Prokofiev (1891-1953), composer, pianist, conductor. Consulting professor in composition (1933-1937). People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of the Lenin and State Prizes of the USSR.

Prokofiev, composer, pianist,

Henrik Iljich Litinsky (1901-1987).

Henrik Iljich Litinsky (1901-1987), composer. Teacher of theory of music and composition (1924-1943, since 1933- professor, in 1932-1943 head of Chair of Composition). Together with students of the Conservatoire National Studio. Sitting are: I.N. Nadirov, V.I. Muradeli, H.I. Litinsky, V.N. Mkrtycheva. V.P. Vorobyov, M. Ya Magidenko, N.V. Narimanidze, N.G. Zhiganov.

Henrik Iljich Litinsky

Alexander Vassilyevich Alexandrov (1883-1946)

Alexander Vassilyevich Alexandrov (1883-1946), composer, singer, choral conductor. Teacher of theoretical subjects, methodology of choral mastery, choral class (1918-1943, since 1925- head of Choral Chait). People`s Artist, Laureate of USSR State Prizes.

People`s Artist, Laureate of USSR State Prizes

Anatoly Nickolayevich Alexandrov (1888-1982).

Anatoly Nickolayevich Alexandrov (1888-1982), composer. Teacher of composition (1923-1964, since 1926- professor). People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of USSR State Prize.

People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of USSSR State Prize.

Mikhail Fabianovich Gnessin (1883-1957).

Mikhail Fabianovich Gnessin (1883-1957), composer, author of literary writings on music. Professor of composition (1925-1936). Together with his pupils at the lesson. Sitting are: M.F. Gnessin, Yu.V. Tikhomirov, N.V. Narimanidze. Standing are: V.P. Gerchik, A.A. Kozakevich, L.M. Birnov, B.I. Karakhan.

Mikhail Fabianovich Gnessin (1883-1957), composer, author of literary writings on music. Professor of composition

Boris Alexandrovich Alexandrov.

Boris Alexandrovich Alexandrov, pupil of R.G. Gliere, composer, choral conductor. Teacher of score reading and instrumentation (1933-1941, since 1939 – assistant professor). People`s Artist of the USSR, Hero of Socialist Labour, Laureate of the Lenin State Prizes.

Boris Alexandrovich Alexandrov, pupil of R.G. Gliere, composer, choral conductor.

Sketches in the draft of the short story “Hamlet of Shchigrovsky Province”. 1848

Sketches in the draft of the short story “Hamlet of Shchigrovsky Province”. 1848. Ink on paper.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.

Hamlet of Shchigrovsky Province"

Sketches in the draft of the article in “The Rus¬sian Peasant and Russian Economy”. 1842.

Sketches in the draft of the article in “The Rus­sian Peasant and Russian Economy”. 1842. Ink on paper.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.

The Rus­sian Peasant and Russian Economy

Portrait of L. Perovsky in the draft of the article on “The Russian Peasant and Russian Economy”. 1842.

Portrait of L. Perovsky in the draft of the article on “The Russian Peasant and Russian Economy”. 1842. Ink on paper.

State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.

"The Russian Peasant and Russian Economy"