Concert program, featuring the performance of the Conservatotie Students` Orchestra conducted by V.I. Safonov 1890.
Vassily Iljich Safonov (1852-1918), pianist, conductor, music and public figure. Professor of piano, orchestral, choral and chamber ensemble (1885-1905), director (1889-1905).
Scene from the first production of S.V. Rachmaninov`s opera “Aleko”. The Bolshoi Theater 1893.
Concert program, featuring works by the Conservatoire student S.V. Rachmaninov 1892.
Sergei Vassilyevich Rachmaninov (1873-1943), composer, pianist, conductor.
A.S. Arensky, N.N. Zvantsev and S.I. Taneyev in one of the class-room at the Conservatoire.
Anton Stepanovich Arensky (1861-1906), composer, pianist, conductor. Teacher of theoretical subjects (1882-1895, since. 1889 – professor). With his pupils. G.E. Conus, N.S. Morozov, A.S. Arensky, S.V. Rachmaninov 1892.
S.I. Taneyev and V.I. Safonov.
Ferruccio Busoni (1866-1924), pianist, composer. Professor of piano.
Povel Avgustovich Pabst (1854-1897), pianist, composer. Teacher of piano, since, professor.
Stepan Vassilyevich Smolensky (1848-1909), choral conductor, paleographer, researcher of Russian church singing. Professor in history of Russian church singing. 1889-1901).
Playbill of the second concert to commemorate the opening of M.I. Glinka`s Monument in Smolensk 1885.
The Mounument to M.I. Glinka in Smolensk by sculptor A. von Blok 1885.
Alexender Tikhonovich Grechaninov (1864-1956), pupil of S.I. Taneyev, composer.
S.I. Taneyev`s pupils: Leonid Vladimirovich Nickolayev )1878-1942), pianist, composer, pedagogue, People`s Artist of the RFSFSR, and Reinhold Moritzevich Gliere (1875-1956), composer, conductor, professor of the Conservatotie (1920-1941), People`s Artist of the USSR, Laureate or the USSR State Prize.
Yuili Dmitriyevich Engel 1868-1927, pupil of S.I. Taneyev, music critic, composer, music and public figure.
S.I. Taneyev. “Imitative Counterpoint in Strict”. Cover of the edition.
A page from B.L. Yavorsky`s student work on forms with marks made by S.I. Taneyev.
Anatoly Ivanovich Galli 1853-1915, pianist, composer. Teacher of piano 1879-1909.
Ivan Voizekhovich Hrimaly 1844-1915, violinist. Teacher of violin 1869-1915, since 1874 professor.
Ida Ivanovna Eichenwald 1842-1917, harpist. Professor of harp 1875-1906.
A Circassian against the background of Mt. Beshtau. Illustration to the poem “The Captive of the Caucasus”. 1821-1822.
A Circassian against the background of Mt. Beshtau. Illustration to the poem “The Captive of the Caucasus”. 1821-1822. Ink on paper. Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-PetersburgDetails
Illustration to A.Voyeikov’s satire “Madhouse”. 1814 (7). Ink on paper. 11.7×14. Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-PetersburgDetails
Sketches in the writing-book “Sundry Observations”. 1807-1810. Pencil and ink on paper. 21.1×12. Institute of Russian Literature. Saint-Petersburg.Details
Frontispiece of the first volume of Zhukovsky’s Collected Works. St. Petersburg, 1849. Woodcut after Zhukovsky’s drawings.
View from the rooftop of the Vorontsov Palace in Alupka. 1838(7). Lithograph by I.-A.Lazinsky. Literature Museum. MoscowDetails
Church-yard in Windsor. Illustration to Thomas Grey’s “Elegy Written in a Country Church-yard”. 1839. Lithograph.
Villa Mills. N.Gogol. 1839. Pencil on paper. 22.2×27.5. From sketchbook of the journey to Italy, Austria, Germany and Holland. State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg
Aqua Paulina. N. Gogol. 1839. Pencil on paper. 22.2×27.5. From sketchbook of the journey to Italy, Austria, Germany and Holland. State Public Library. Saint-Petersburg.
Villa Volkonsky. P.Krivtsov, Z. Volkonskaya and N.Gogol. 1839. Pencil on paper. 22.2×27.5. From sketchbook of the journey to Italy, Austria, Germany and Holland. State Public Library. Saint-PetersburgDetails
Stanz. 1821. Ink on paper. 7.4×18. From sketchbook of the journey to Switzerland and Germany. State Public Library Saint-Petersburg.