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- Alexander Alexandrov a.k.a. Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov was a Russian Soviet composer, the founder of the Alexandrov Ensemble, who wrote the music for the national anthem of the Soviet Union, which, in 2000, became the anthem of Russia. During his career, he also worked as a professor of the Moscow State Conservatory, and became a Doctor of Arts. His work was recognized by the awards of the title of People's Artist of the USSR and the Stalin Prize.
- also known as Alexander Vasil'yevich Alexandrov; Александр Васильевич Александров; Alexander Alexandrov; A.V. Aleksandrov; Alexandrov, Alexander Vasilyevich
- born on (132 years ago) in Plakhino
- nationality: Russia
- profession: Composer
- member of musical group Alexandrov Ensemble between and (17 years and 9 months)
- died on (69 years ago) in Berlin
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- Alexander Alexandrov a.k.a. Aleksandr Aleksandrov was an actor and screenwriter.
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