Summary Georgiy Illarionovich Mayboroda

Summary Georgiy Illarionovich Mayboroda

GEORGY ILLARIONOVICH MAYBORODA

The genus. in 1913

Creativity of the prominent contemporary Ukrainian composer Georgy Mayboroda differs in its genre variety. He owns operas and symphonies, symphonic poems and cantatas, choirs, songs, romances. As the artist Mayboroda formed under the fruitful influence of the traditions of Russian and Ukrainian musical classics. The main feature of his work is the interest in national history, the life of the Ukrainian people. This explains the choice of subjects, which he often draws in the work of the classics of Ukrainian literature – T. Shevchenko and I. Franco.

Biography of Georgiy Illarionovich Mayboroda is typical for many Soviet artists. He was born on December 1 (new) in 1913 in the village of Pelekhovschina in the Gradizh

county of Poltava province. In his childhood, he was fond of playing folk instruments. The youth of the future composer fell on the years of the first five-year plans. After graduating from the Kremenchug industrial technical school, in 1932 he left for Dnieprostroy, where, for several years, he participated in musical amateur performances, sings in the DniproStroy chapel. The first attempts of independent creativity also appear there. In 1935-1936 he studied at the Musical College, then entered the Kiev Conservatory (composition class of Prof. L. Revutsky). The end of the conservatory coincided with the beginning of the Great Patriotic War. The young composer with weapons in his hands defended his homeland and only after the victory he could return to creativity. From 1945 to 1948 Mayboroda – a graduate student, and later a teacher at the Kiev Conservatory. Even in his student years he wrote a symphonic poem “Lilya”, dedicated to the 125th anniversary of the birth of T. Shevchenko, First Symphony. Now he writes a cantata “Friendship of Peoples” (1946), Hutsul Rhapsody. Then there is the Second, “Spring” symphony, the opera “Milan” (1955), the vocal-symphonic poem “Zaporozhtsy” to the words of A. Zabashta (1954), the symphonic suite “King Lear” (1956), many
songs, choirs. One of the last works of the composer is the opera “Arsenal”. Even in his student years he wrote a symphonic poem “Lilya”, dedicated to the 125th anniversary of the birth of T. Shevchenko, First Symphony. Now he writes a cantata “Friendship of Peoples” (1946), Hutsul Rhapsody. Then there is the Second, “Spring” symphony, the opera “Milan” (1955), the vocal-symphonic poem “Zaporozhtsy” to the words of A. Zabashta (1954), the symphonic suite “King Lear” (1956), many songs, choirs. One of the last works of the composer is the opera “Arsenal”. Even in his student years he wrote a symphonic poem “Lilya”, dedicated to the 125th anniversary of the birth of T. Shevchenko, First Symphony. Now he writes a cantata “Friendship of Peoples” (1946), Hutsul Rhapsody. Then there is the Second, “Spring” symphony, the opera “Milan” (1955), the vocal-symphonic poem “Zaporozhtsy” to the words of A. Zabashta (1954), the symphonic suite “King Lear” (1956), many songs, choirs. One of the last works of the composer is the opera “Arsenal”. to the words of A. Zabashta (1954), the symphonic suite “King Lear” (1956), many songs, choirs. One of the last works of the composer is the opera “Arsenal”. to the words of A. Zabashta (1954), the symphonic suite “King Lear” (1956), many songs, choirs. One of the last works of the composer is the opera “Arsenal”.


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Summary Georgiy Illarionovich Mayboroda