Sankt-Peterburg, Russian Federation (1865 – 1936)
Александр Константинович Глазунов (Alexander Glazunov; 10th August 1865–21st March 1936) was a Russian composer and influential music teacher.
Glazunov was born in St Petersburg. He studied music under Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. The first of his nine symphonies was premiered in 1882, when Glazunov was sixteen years old. His popular "Stenka Razin" was also a youthful work. Glazunov also wrote three ballets.
In 1899, Glazunov became a professor at the St Petersburg School of Music, and later its director. He left… read more
|1||Vremena goda, Op. 67: L'Automne: Petit Adagio||
|2||Glazunov : The Seasons Op.67 : No.4c Petit Adagio||
|3||Chant du Ménestrel, Op.71||
|4||Vremena goda, Op. 67: Spring: Scene||
|5||Glazunov : Violin Concerto in A minor Op.82 : I Moderato||
|6||Albumblatt in D flat major for trumpet and piano||
|7||2 Pieces for Cello & Orchestra, Op. 20: No. 2, Sérénade espagnole||
|8||More (The Sea), Op. 28: The Sea, Op. 28||
|9||Symphony No. 4 in E-flat major, Op. 48: I. Andante - Allegro moderato||
|10||Glazunov : The Seasons Op.67 : XII Summer - Coda||
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