See also:Russian musical composer, was
See also:born in St
See also:Petersburg on the loth of
See also:August 1865, his
See also:father being a publisher and bookseller . He showed an early
See also:talent for
See also:music, and studied for a
See also:year or so with Rimsky-Korsakov . At the age of sixteen he composed a
See also:symphony (afterwards elaborated and published as op . 5), but his
See also:opus 1 was a quartet in D, followed by a pianoforte suite on S-a-c-h-a, the diminutive of his name
See also:Alexander . In 1884 he was taken up by
See also:Liszt, and soon became known as a composer . His first symphony was played that year at
See also:Weimar, and he appeared as a conductor at the
See also:exhibition in 1889 . In 1897 his
See also:fourth and fifth symphonies were performed in Londonunder his own conducting . In 1900 he became
See also:professor at the St Petersburg
See also:conservatoire . His
See also:works, including orchestral symphonies, dance music and songs, make a long
See also:list . Glazunov is a leading representative of the
See also:modern Russian school, and a
See also:master of orchestration; his tendency as compared with contemporary Russian composers is towards classical
See also:form, and he was much influenced by
See also:Brahms, though in "
See also:programme music " he is represented by such works as his symphonic poems The
See also:Forest, Stenka
See also:Razin, The Kremlin and his suite Aus dem Mittelalter . His
See also:ballet music, as in Raymonda, achieved much popularity .
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