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Definition of the noun aleksandr borodin
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- Russian composer (1833-1887)
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by Melvin P. Unger
reputation as one of Russia's leading composers, being grouped with four other nationalist composers in what collectively came to be known as “The Five” ( the others were Balakirev, Aleksandr Borodin, César Cui, and Modest Mussorgsky).
by Raymond Detrez
Mostly Russian ballets (Nikolay Rimski-Korsakov, Aleksandr Borodin, Pyotr Chaykovski, Ilya Glazunov, Mili Balakirev, and others) were staged. In 1928, a ballet school was established in Sofia. In the 1930s, Bulgarian composers as well ...
by Editors of the American Heritage Dictionaries
Aleksandr Borodin, and Tchaikovsky were all ...
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