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  • 1 BALAKIREV (M. A.) — BALAKIREV MILI ALEXEÏEVITCH (1837 1910) Né à Nijni Novgorod de parents peu fortunés, Balakirev, dès l’enfance, fut attiré par la musique, mais, faute de ressources matérielles, son instruction théorique se borna à dix leçons de piano que lui… …

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  • 2 Balakirev — [bä lä′kē ryef, bä΄lä kē′ryef] Mili Alekseyevich [mē′lē ä΄lyik sā′yə vich] 1837 1910; Russ. composer * * * …

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  • 3 Balakirev — Balakirev, Milij Alekseevič …

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  • 4 Balakirev — (Mili Alexeïevitch) (1837 1910) compositeur russe. Fondateur du groupe des Cinq …

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  • 5 Balakirev — [bä lä′kē ryef, bä΄lä kē′ryef] Mili Alekseyevich [mē′lē ä΄lyik sā′yə vich] 1837 1910; Russ. composer …

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  • 6 Balakirev — Mili Balakirev Mili Balakirev Naissance 2 janvier 1837 Nijni Novgorod …

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  • 7 Balakirev — * Mily Balakirev * Balakirev The Buffoon …

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  • 8 Balakirev — /baˈlakərəf/ (say bah lahkuhruhf), /bæləˈkɪərəf/ (say baluh kearruhf) noun Mily Alexeyevich /ˌmili æləkˈseɪjəvɪtʃ/ (say .meelee aluhk sayyuhvich), 1837–1910, Russian nationalist composer …

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  • 9 Balakirev The Buffoon — is a 2002 Russian televised version of 1999 Lenkom theatrical presentation, written by Grigori Gorin.Genre Tragic comedy. Produced by KinoMost and Winburgh Holdings Ltd. Runtime 162 min. Language Russian.Theatrical version directed by Mark… …

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  • 10 Balakirev, Mily — ▪ Russian composer in full  Mily Alekseyevich Balakirev  born December 21, 1836 [January 2, 1837, New Style], Nizhny Novgorod, Russia died May 16 [May 29], 1910, St. Petersburg  Russian composer of orchestral music, piano music, and songs. He was …

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  • 11 Balakirev, Mili (Alexéievich) — (2 ene. 1837, Nizhny Novgorod, Rusia–29 may. 1910, San Petersburgo). Compositor ruso. En su juventud conoció al compositor nacionalista Mijaíl Glinka, el cual influyó en su estilo. El mismo Balakirev se convirtió posteriormente en el mentor de… …

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  • 12 Balakirev, Mily (Alekseyevich) — born Jan. 2, 1837, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia died May 29, 1910, St. Petersburg Russian composer. As a youth he met and was influenced by the nationalist composer Mikhail Glinka. Balakirev himself later became the mentor of César Cui (1835–1918) and …

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  • 13 Balakirev,Mili Alekseevich — Ba·la·ki·rev (bə läʹkĭ rəf), Mili Alekseevich. 1837 1910. Russian composer whose works combine romanticism with folk music. The symphonic poems Tamara and Russia are among his best known compositions. * * * …

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  • 14 Balakirev, Milij Alekseevič — ► (1837 1910) Compositor ruso. Discípulo de Glinka, pertenece al grupo de los Cinco. Entre sus obras destacan dos sinfonías, sonatas y el poema Tamara, Islamey (1869) …

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  • 15 Mily Balakirev — Portrait of Balakirev Mily Alexeyevich Balakirev (Russian …

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  • 16 Mili Balákirev — Mili Alekséyevich Balákirev Милий Алексеевич Балакирев …

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  • 17 Mily Balakirev — Mili Balakirev Mili Balakirev Naissance 2 janvier 1837 Nijni Novgorod …

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  • 18 Mili Balakirev — Naissance 2 janvier 1837 Nijni Novgorod …

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  • 19 (6777) Balakirev — Asteroid (6777) Balakirev Eigenschaften des Orbits (Animation) Orbittyp Hauptgürtelasteroid Große Halbachse 3,1732 AE …

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  • 20 Symphony No. 2 (Balakirev) — Mily Balakirev began work on his Symphony No. 2 in D minor in 1900, but did not complete the work until 1908. The premiere of the symphony was conducted by Russian composer Sergei Liapunov, a student of Balakirev, in St. Petersburg in 1909.… …

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