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Mikhail Glinka, презентация по английскому языку "Sounds of Music"



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MIKHAIL GLINKA Работу выполнил ученик 11 А класса Панкратов Алексей
Mikhail Glinka, in full Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka (born June 1, 1804, Novospas...
Glinka first became interested in music at age 10 or 11, when he heard his un...
He studied composition seriously for six months in Berlin, where he began his...
During this period, Glinka composed some of his best songs, and in 1842 his s...
Disgruntled, and with his marriage broken, Glinka left Russia in 1844. He had...
Between 1852 and 1854 he was again abroad, mostly in Paris, until the outbrea...
Glinka has been described as a dilettante of genius. His slender output is co...
Glinka’s orchestral composition Kamarinskaya (1848) was said by Pyotr Ilyich...
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№ слайда 1 MIKHAIL GLINKA Работу выполнил ученик 11 А класса Панкратов Алексей
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MIKHAIL GLINKA Работу выполнил ученик 11 А класса Панкратов Алексей

№ слайда 2 Mikhail Glinka, in full Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka (born June 1, 1804, Novospas
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Mikhail Glinka, in full Mikhail Ivanovich Glinka (born June 1, 1804, Novospasskoye, Russia—died February 15, 1857, Berlin) the first Russian composer to win international recognition, and the acknowledged founder of the Russian nationalist school.

№ слайда 3 Glinka first became interested in music at age 10 or 11, when he heard his un
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Glinka first became interested in music at age 10 or 11, when he heard his uncle’s private orchestra. He studied at the Chief Pedagogic Institute at St. Petersburg (1818–22) and took piano lessons with the Irish pianist and composer John Field. He worked for four years in the Ministry of Communications but was uninterested in an official career. As a dilettante he composed songs and a certain amount of chamber music. Three years in Italy brought him under the spell of the composers Vincenzo Bellini and Gaetano Donizetti, though ultimately homesickness led him to the idea of writing music “in Russian.”

№ слайда 4 He studied composition seriously for six months in Berlin, where he began his
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He studied composition seriously for six months in Berlin, where he began his Sinfonia per l’orchestra sopra due motive russe (1834; “Symphony for Orchestra on Two Russian Motifs”). Recalled to Russia by his father’s death, he married and began to compose the opera that first won him fame, A Life for the Tsar (later renamed in Ivan Susanin), produced in 1836. 

№ слайда 5 During this period, Glinka composed some of his best songs, and in 1842 his s
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During this period, Glinka composed some of his best songs, and in 1842 his second opera, Ruslan and Lyudmila, was produced. The exotic subject and boldly original music of Ruslan won neither favour nor popular acclaim, although Franz Liszt was struck by the novelty of the music.

№ слайда 6 Disgruntled, and with his marriage broken, Glinka left Russia in 1844. He had
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Disgruntled, and with his marriage broken, Glinka left Russia in 1844. He had the satisfaction of hearing excerpts from both his operas performed in Paris under Hector Berlioz (1845, as the first performance of Russian music in the West) and other conductors. From Paris he went to Spain, where he stayed until May 1847, collecting the materials used in his two “Spanish overtures,” the capriccio brillante on the Jota aragonesa (1845; “Aragonese Jota”) and Summer Night in Madrid (1848).

№ слайда 7 Between 1852 and 1854 he was again abroad, mostly in Paris, until the outbrea
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Between 1852 and 1854 he was again abroad, mostly in Paris, until the outbreak of the Crimean War drove him home again. He then wrote his highly entertaining Zapiski (Memoirs; first published in St. Petersburg, 1887), which give a remarkable self-portrait of his indolent, amiable, hypochondriacal character. His last notable composition was Festival Polonaise for Tsar Alexander II’s coronation ball (1855).

№ слайда 8 Glinka has been described as a dilettante of genius. His slender output is co
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Glinka has been described as a dilettante of genius. His slender output is considered the foundation of most later Russian music of value. Ruslan and Lyudmila provided models of lyrical melody and colorful orchestration on which Mily Balakirev, Aleksandr Borodin, and Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov formed their styles.

№ слайда 9 Glinka’s orchestral composition Kamarinskaya (1848) was said by Pyotr Ilyich
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Glinka’s orchestral composition Kamarinskaya (1848) was said by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky to be the acorn from which the oak of later Russian symphonic music grew.



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