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  1. Anatoly Lyadov, Russian composer whose orchestral works and poetic, beautifully polished piano miniatures earned him a position of stature in Russian Romantic music. The son of the conductor of the imperial opera, Lyadov entered the conservatory in , studying composition with Nikolay.
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  3. Anatoly Konstantinovich Lyadov or Liadov was a Russian composer, teacher and conductor. The above text from the Wikipedia article "Anatoly Lyadov" text is available under CC BY-SA
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  6. KAPLAN, ANATOLI LVOVICH (–), Russian draftsman and lithographer. Kaplan studied at the Leningrad Academy from to and then he worked as a stage designer for ten years. He became a member of the Union of Soviet Artists in and his work was regularly shown in Russia.
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  8. Jul 09,  · Leonid Mikhailovich Kharitonov will talk about his creative collaboration with the composers of Soviet patriotic songs – Anatoly Novikov (such songs as “Vasya-Vasilek”, “John Reed walks along Petrograd”, “The Ballad About Russian Boys”) and Vano Muradeli (such songs as “The War Is Not Over Yet”, “The Alarm Bells of 3/5(2).
  9. Soviet soldiers moving river, pulled gun, go through the mud - different plans. Truck in the mud - the average plan. Are tanks on the field - the general plan. Soldiers climb the mountain - the average plan. Female soldiers watered milk - the average plan. Go to the men, among them a girl, boy - the average plan. Soldiers are among the ruins.

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