P.Kireyevsky (1808-1856). A village church. Paper silhouette. The 1840s. 6×10. From the album of A. Yelagina.
Literature Museum. Moscow.
The silhouettes of E.Baratynsky. The 1840s. E. Baratynsky. “Poetical Works”. Moscow.
I.Kireyevsky (1806-1856) The silhouette of A.Pushkin. The 1840s.
Pavel Grigoryevich Tchesnokov (1877-1944), choral conductor, composer. Teacher of choral science and choral conducting (1920-1944, since 1921 – professor)
Nickolai Alexandrovich Garbuzov (1880-1935), composer, musicologist. Professor of musical acoustics (1923-1951), director of the Research Instute at the Conservatoire (1934-1937), head of the acoustical laboratoty (1933-1948).
Nadezhda Yakovlevna Bryusova (1881-1951), music educator, musicologist. Teacher of theory of music and music folklore (1921-1943, since 1921- professor (1922-1928). Together with Semyon Isaakovich Schliefstein (1903-1975), a graduate of the Conservatoire, in the USSR peoples` history of music study (the 1940s).
Valentina Nickolayevna Shatskaya (nee Demyanova) 1882-1978, pianist, music and public figure. Teacher of methodology in music education for children (1932-1943), since 1935- professor, deputy director and acting director (1935-1939).
Poster announcing The Conservatoire graduates` concert in the Grand Hall of the Conservatoire (1932).
Georgy Edwardovich Couns (1862-1933), composer, musicologist. Teacher of theory of music and composition (1891-1899, 1920-1933, since 1920 – professor). With teachers and students of the Conservatoire. Standing are: I.P. Musian, V.V. Khvostenko, N.A. Sidushin, G. K. Pukst (1927).
Maria Adrianovna Deisha- Sionitskaya (1859-1932), singer Professor of solo singing (1921-1932).
Nazary Grigoryevich Raisky (1876-1958), singer, Teacher of solo singing. Teacher of solo singing (1919-1929, 1933-1949, since 1923 – professor), (1921-1929), director of the opera studio (1934-1935). Merited Art Worker of the RSFSR.
The Road of the October. Oratorio – “musical action in three links” for choir, soloists, piano, trumpet, button-accordion and percussion ensemble (1927), a composition jointly created by the following students – composers of the Conservatoire: V.A. Bely, G.S. Bruck, A.A. Dovidenko, M.V. Koval, Z.A. Levina, S.N. Ryauzov, V.M. Tarnopolsky, N.P. Chemberdzhi, B.S. Schechter.
Students-composers, who constituted the Production Collective of the Moscow Conservatoire. First row: M.V. Koval, D.A. Rabinovich, V.A. Bely, D. Gachev. Second row: Yu. V. Keldysh, L.N. Lebedinsky, S.A. Krylova, L.L. Kaltat. Third row: A. A. Davidenko, A.A. Solovtsov, S.I. Korev, N. Ya. Vygodsky, B.S. Stinpress (1927).
Victor Ivanovich Sadovnikov (1886-1963), pupil of U.A. Massety, A.A. Iljnsky, S.I. Taneyev and R.M. Gliere, singer, composer, conductor. Professor of choral and operatic ensemble (1922-1930), solo singing (1934-1937). Among the wounded (sitting second from left) in the hospital quartered at the Petrograd College of Law (1915)
Cover of the first edition of the poem “Dead Souls”. Moscow, 1842
Architectural sketches and the outline of “Arabesques”. 1834. Ink on paper. 34×22.
Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg.
Caricature in the draft of the poem “The New Year 1827″. 1826. Pencil on paper.
State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.