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Alyabyev Alexander Alexandrovich [4 (15) VIII 1787, Tobolsk - 22 II (6 III) 1851, Moscow] - Russian composer. He spent his childhood in Tobolsk, where A. 's father served as governor. In 1796, A. 's family moved to St. Petersburg, in 1804 to Moscow. He studied music at hand. I. Ya. (I. G. ) Miller. From a young age he showed creative talent (the first works published in 1810). In 1812 he volunteered for the hussar regiment, participated in many battles and actions of partisan detachments, was wounded and awarded orders for military merit. At the end of the Fatherland. the war of 1812 he settled in St. Petersburg, became close to the circle of litas. and theatrical figures (A. S. Griboedov, N. I. Khmelnitsky, A. A. Shakhovsky, I. I. Sosnitsky, Decembrists A. A. Bestuzhev and P. A. Mukhanov, comp. A. N. Verstovsky ) From 1823 he lived in Moscow, took an active part in the theater. of life. Together with A. N. Verstovsky and F. E. Scholz, he wrote the prologue music “The Triumph of Muses” for the opening of the Bolshoi Theater (6 I 1825), created music for a number of vaudeville, performed in love. concerts. In the beginning.

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