A.I. Kogachaturyan`s musical letter.

A.I. Kogachaturyan`s musical letter to L.B. Kogan.

A.I. Kogachaturyan`s musical letter

Leonid Borisovich Kogan (1901-0983).

Leonid Borisovich Kogan (1901-0983), violinist. Teacher of violin (1952-1983 – professor). People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of the Lenin and State Prizes.

Leonid Borisovich Kogan

A.I. Yampolsky.

A.I. Yampolsky, Cadenza to the first moment of Mozart`s Solo Violin Concerto in A Major, Autograph.

A.I. Yampolsky

Abram Ilich Yampolsky (1890-1965).

Abram Ilich Yampolsky (1890-1965), violinist. Teacher of violin (1922-1956, since 1926 – professor). Meried Art Worker of the RSFSR. With his pupil Yulian Grigoryevich Sitkovetsky (1925-1958), winner of international competitions.

Abram Ilich Yampolsky (1890-1965), violinist. Teacher of violin (1922-1956, since 1926 - professor). Meried Art Worker of the RSFSR. With his pupil Yulian Grigoryevich Sitkovetsky (1925-1958), winner of international competitions

Poster announcing.

Poster announcing a concert of A.I. Yampolsky`s pupils (1946).

Poster announcing

Xelena Alexandorovna Erdeli (1878-1971).

Xelena Alexandorovna Erdeli (1878-1971), harpist, composer, music figure. Teacher of harp (1905-1907, 1918-1971, since 1939-professor). People`s Artist of the RSFSR.

Xelena Alexandorovna Erdeli

Leonid Isaakovich Rozman (1916-1989).

Leonid Isaakovich Rozman (1916-1989), organist, pianist. Teacher of piano and organ (1942-1989, since 1963 – professor). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.

Leonid Isaakovich Rozman

Marina Victorovna Mdivani.

Marina Victorovna Mdivani, pupil of E.G. Gilers, Laureate of international competitions.

Marina Victorovna Mdivani, pupil

Emil Grigoryevich Gilels (1916-1985).

Emil Grigoryevich Gilels (1916-1985), pianist. Teacher of piano (1938-1970), since 1952 – professor). People`s Artist of the USSR, Hero of Socialist Labour, Laureate of the Lenin and State Prizes.

Emil Grigoryevich Gilels

Ya. V. Fliere.

Ya. V. Fliere and D. F. Oistrakh during a rehearsal for the concert in the Grand Hall of the Conservatoire.

in the Grand Hall of the Conservatoire

Yakov Vladimirovich Flier (1912-1977).

Yakov Vladimirovich Flier (1912-1977), pianist. Teacher of piano (1937-1975, since 1947 – professor). Peopl`s Artist of the USSR. At the lesson in the class-room.

Yakov Vladimirovich Flier

Yakov Israelevich Zak (1913-1976).

Yakov Israelevich Zak (1913-1976), pianist. Teacher of piano (1938-1976, since 1947 – professor). People`s Artist of the USSR. Together  with his pupils. Sitting from left: Ts. G. Kvernadze, O.yu. Stupakova, Ya.I. Zak, N. D. Yurygina. Stending are: T.A. Smirnova, A.K. Cherkasov, S. Lifshitz, A. Jozepenaite, T. Pavlova, V. Tumilo-Denisovich, V.G. Agafonnikov, T.L. Koloss, N.A. Petrov,…

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Grigory Romanovich Ginzburg (1904-1961).

Grigory Romanovich Ginzburg (1904-1961), pianist. Teacher of piano (1928-1959, since 1935-professor). Merited Art Worker of the USSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prize. Together with his pupils. Sitting are: S.L. Dorensky, G.R Ginzburg, A.G. Skavronsky. Standing are: L.D. Digris, A.M. Spivak, Yu. I. Kogan, T.V. Syrtseva, V.A. Pikul, I.A. Arseyev (1958).

Alexnder Alexandrovich Nickolaev (1903-1980).

Alexnder Alexandrovich Nickolaev (1903-1980), pianist. Teacher of history and theory of piano playing (1937-1974, since 1948 – professor and head of Chair of History and Theory of Piano Playing. Dean of Department in 1940-1942, 1951-1954, prorector for scientific work in 1954-1973, since 1974 – consulting professor).

Alexnder Alexandrovich Nickolaev

Vladimir Davidovich Ashkenasi

Vladimir Davidovich Ashkenasi, pupil of L.N. Oborin, Laureate of international competition.

Vladimir Davidovich Ashkenasi, pupil of L.N. Oborin, Laureate of international competition

Lev Nickolayevich Oborin (1907-1974).

Lev Nickolayevich Oborin (1907-1974), pianist. Teacher of piano (1930-1974, since 1935-professor). People`s Artist of the USSR.

Lev Nickolayevich Oborin

Vladimir Vladimirovich Sofronitsky (1901-1961).

Vladimir Vladimirovich Sofronitsky (1901-1961), pianist. Professor of piano (1942-1961). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prize.

Vladimir Vladimirovich Sofronitsky

Maria Veniaminovna Yudina (1899-1970)

Maria Veniaminovna Yudina (1899-1970), pianist. Professor of piano (1936-1951).

Maria Veniaminovna Yudina

Yu. A. Shaporin`s pupils.

Yu. A. Shaporin`s pupils – Alexander Georgievich Flyarkovsky, Rodion Konstantinovich Shchedrin, and V. Ya. Shebalin`s pupil Alexandra Nickolayevna Pakhmutova.

pupil Alexandra Nickolayevna Pakhmutova

Yu. A. Shaporin`s letter.

Yu. A. Shaporin`s letter to Ye. K. Golubev.

Yu. A. Shaporin`s letter

Yari Alexandrovich Shaporin (1887-1966).

Yari Alexandrovich Shaporin (1887-1966), composer. Professor of instrumentation and composition (1939-1966). People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prizes.

Yari Alexandrovich Shaporin

Sergei Artemyevich Balasanyan (1902-1982).

Sergei Artemyevich Balasanyan (1902-1982), composer. Teacher of composition (1948-1982, since 1965 – professor), head of Chair of Composition (1962-1982). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR, People`s Artist of the Tadjik SSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prize.

Sergei Artemyevich Balasanyan

Nickolai Ivanovich Peiko.

Nickolai Ivanovich Peiko, composer. Teacher of composition and score reading (1944-1959, since 1958 – professor). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prizes.

Nickolai Ivanovich Peiko, composer

Victor Petrovich Bobrovsky

Victor Petrovich Bobrovsky (1906-1979), musicologist. Teacher of theoretical sobjects (1949-1971, since 1958 – assistant professor)

Victor Petrovich Bobrovsky

Leo Abramovich Mazel

Leo Abramovich Mazel, musicologist. Teacher of theoretical subjects (1931-1941, 1943-1949, 1954-1967, since 1939 – professor), head of Theory of Music Chair (1936-1941). Together with his pupils: Manashir Abramovich Yakubov, Irena Fyodorovna Prudnikova and Yekaterina Mikhailovna Tsaryova, teacher of history of foregin music (since 1964).

Leo Abramovich Mazel

Tamara Nickolayevna Livanova

Tamara Nickolayevna Livanova (1909-1986), musicologist. Teacher of history of music (1934-1956, since 1939 professor)

Tamara Nickolayevna Livanova

Vera Andreyevna Vasina-Grossman

Vera Andreyevna Vasina-Grossman (1904-1990), musicologist. Teacher of history of music (1943-1957, since 1944-assistant professor).

Vera Andreyevna Vasina-Grossman

Igor Fyodorovich Baelza

Igor Fyodorovich Baelza, musicologist, composer. Professor at the Chair of History of Russian Music (1942-1949). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.

Igor Fyodorovich Baelza

Chair of History of Foreign Music

Chair of History of Foreign Music (1965). Sitting are: N.S. Nicholayeva, T.E. Tsytovich, R.I. Gruber, I.V. Nestyev. Standing are: I.R. Eolyan, S.N. Pitina, G.V. Krauklis Roman Ilich Gruber (1895-1962), musicologist. Professor in history of music (1941-1962), head of Chair of World History of Music (1943-1962) Tamara Erastovna Tsytovich, musicologist. Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.…

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Victor Mikhailovich Belyaev

Victor Mikhailovich Belyaev (1888-1968), musicologist. Teacher of musical-historical subjects (1923-1924, 1938-1940, 1943-1959, since 1944 – professor)

Victor Mikhailovich Belyaev (1888-1968)

Working plan

Working plan for a seminar at the Chair of Musical Folklore.

Working plan

Section of Folk Music

Section of Folk Music. First row N.M. Bachinskaya, M.Z. Gumennik, K.V. Kvitka, A.A. Zax-Shchuv.  Second row: T.K. Kim, V.M. Krivonos, A.V. Rudneva, L.V. Bachinsky.

Folk Music

Semyon Semenovich Bogataryov

Semyon Semenovich Bogataryov (1890-1960), composer, music theorist. Taught composition (1943-1960, since 1943-professor), deputy director for scientific and educational work (1943-1948), dean of the Departament of Theory and Composiotion (1949-1960). At the lesson with his pupils Alemdar Sabitovich Karamanov (left) and Vyacheslav Alexandrovich Ovchinnikov.

 Vyacheslav Alexandrovich Ovchinnikov

Yevgeny Kirillovich Golubev

Yevgeny Kirillovich Golubev (1910-1988), composer. Teacher of composition and polyphony (1937-1938, since 1948 – professor), head of Chair of Composition (1956-1959). People`s Artist of the RSFSR.

Yevgeny Kirillovich Golubev

Dmitry Romanovich Rogal-Levitsky

Dmitry Romanovich Rogal-Levitsky (1898-1962), music theorist. Teacher of instrumentation (1932-1937, 1943-1962, since 1946 – professor), head of Instrumentation Chair (1956-1962).

Dmitry Romanovich Rogal-Levitsky

D.D. Shostakovich

D.D. Shostakovich at the lesson with his pupils Yevgeny Petrvich Makarov, German Germanovich Galynin and Kara Karayev.

D.D. Shostakovich at the lesson with his pupils Yevgeny Petrvich Makarov, German Germanovich Galynin and Kara Karayev.

Postcard

Postcard written by D.D. Shostakovich to Ivan Ivanovich Lubimov, pedagogue and headmaster of the Conservatoire.

Postcard written by D.D. Shostakovich

Dmitrry Dmitriyevich Shostakovich.

Dmitrry Dmitriyevich Shostakovich (1906-1975), composer, pianist. Professor of composition (1943-1948). People`s Artist of the USSR,  Hero of Socialist Labour, Laureate of the Lenin and State Prizes. At the lesson with his pupil Karen Surenovich Khachaturyan.

Dmitrry Dmitriyevich Shostakovich (1906-1975), composer, pianist.

The entrance examinations at the Department of Military Conductors.

The entrance examinations at the Department of Military Conductors. In the centre are N.P. Anosov and D.D. Shostakovich.

In the centre are N.P. Anosov and D.D. Shostakovich.

L.N. Oborin, A.F. Goedicke, K.N. Igumnov, V.Ya. Shebalin, N. Ya. Myakovsky, D.F. Oistrakh.

L.N. Oborin, A.F. Goedicke, K.N. Igumnov, V.Ya. Shebalin, N. Ya. Myakovsky and D.F. Oistrakh (1946).

L.N. Oborin, A.F. Goedicke, K.N. Igumnov, V.Ya. Shebalin, N. Ya. Myakovsky and D.F. Oistrakh.

Aram Ilich Khachaturyan (1903-1978).

Aram Ilich Khachaturyan (1903-1978), composer, conductor. Professor of composition (1951-1978). People`s Artist of the USSR, Hero of Socialist Labour, Laureate of the Lenin and State Prizes. Together with his pupils. Sitting are: Anatol Vieru, N.K. Gabuina. Standing are: A.A. Nickolayev ahd N.N. Chargeishvili.

Ttogether with his pupils. Sitting are: Anatol Vieru, N.K. Gabuina. Standing are: A.A. Nickolayev ahd N.N. Chargeishvili.

Program of the concert.

Program of the concert featuring works by students-composers in the Small Hall of the Conservatoire (1947-1948)

Small Hall of the Conservatoire

N.S. Golovanov and V.Ya Shebalin.

N.S. Golovanov and V.Ya Shebalin during their business trip to Italy from Moscow Conservatoire (1947).

N.S. Golovanov and V.Ya Shebalin during their business trip to Italy from Moscow Conservatoire

A discussion on the educational process.

A discussion on the educational process issues at the Conservatoire. From right, V.Ya. Shebalin, B.V. Asafiev, N.G. Raisky, S.S. Bogatyrev.

A discussion on the educational process issues at the Conservatoire.

A plaque with V.Ya. Shebalin`s name.

A plaque with V.Ya. Shebalin`s name on the door of Classroom 35, where he gave lessons. At the lesson with postgraduates. Sitting are: V.Ya. Shebalin, Yu. Mulching. Standing are: A.A. Nickolayev. E.V. Denisov (1935).

At the lesson with postgraduates.

Vissarion Yakovlevich Shebalin (1902-1963)

Vissarion Yakovlevich Shebalin (1902-1963), composer. Teacher of composition (1928-1949, 1951-1963, since 1936 – professor), director (1942-1948). People`s Artist of the RSFSR, Laureate of the USSR State Prize. With a jubilee diploma on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the Conservatoire.

Vissarion Yakovlevich Shebalin (1902-1963), composer.

The new building of the M.I. Glinka.

The new building of the M.I. Glinka Central Museum of Music Culture.

Central Museum of Music Culture

Fragment of the exposition in the new building.

Fragment of the exposition in the new building of the M.I. Glinka Central Museum of Music Culture.

Fragment of the exposition in the new building

The laboratory of N.S. Golovanov.

The laboratory of N.S. Golovanov, People`s Artist of the RSFSR, in his creative search in the art of conducting, a branch of the Central Museum of Music Culture.

Golovanov

The Memorial House of F.I. Shaliapin.

The Memorial House of F.I. Shaliapin, a branch of the Central Museum of Music Culture.

House of F.I. Shaliapin

The Memorial flat

The Memorial flat of A.B. Goldenweiser, a branch of the Central  Museum of Music Culture.

a branch of the Central  Museum of Music Culture

The opening ceremony.

The opening ceremony of the Central Museum of the Music Culture (1943). Fragment of the exposition on S.V. Rachmaninov.

Fragment of the exposition on S.V. Rachmaninov

Yekaterina Nickolayeyna Alexeeva.

Yekaterina Nickolayeyna Alexeeva (1899-1988), singer, music and public figure, director of the N.G. Rubinstein Museum at the Conservatoire.

Yekaterina Nickolayeyna Alexeeva

N.G. Rubinstain

N.G. Rubinstain Museum at the Conservatoire (1912).

N.G. Rubinstain

Professors and pedagogues of the Conservatoire.

Professors and pedagogues of the Conservatoire after the Third All-Union Competition of Performers- Musicians was completed (1945).

Professors and pedagogues of the Conservatoire after the Third All-Union Competition of Performers- Musicians was completed

D.F. Oistrakh, S.N. Knushevitsky, K.N. Igumnov.

D.F. Oistrakh, S.N. Knushevitsky, K.N. Igumnov after playing the trio “In Memory of the Great Artist” by P.I. Tchaikovsky (1945).

after playing the trio "In Memory of the Great Artist" by P.I. Tchaikovsky

Scene from Tableau I of P.I. Tchaikovsky`s opera “Eugene Onegin”

Scene from Tableau I of P.I. Tchaikovsky`s opera “Eugene Onegin” in the performance of the Conservatoire opera studio (1945).

P.I. Tchaikovsky`s opera "Eugene Onegin"

Program of the performance.

Program of the performance of the Conservatoire opera studio (1945).

Program of the performance

The concert for the winner-soldiers.

The concert for the winner-soldiers in the Grand Hall of the Conservatoire (May 1945)

The concert for the winner-soldiers