Summary Konstantin Fedorovich Dankevich

Summary Konstantin Fedorovich Dankevich

Konstantin Fedorovich Dankevich

The genus. in 1905

One of the greatest composers of Soviet Ukraine Dankevich has shown himself in many genres. His creative work is characterized by a deep understanding of the spirit of Ukrainian musical folklore. In this Dankevich follows the precepts of the classic Ukrainian music N. V. Lysenko. The composer is an active public figure, conducts pedagogical work.

Konstantin Fedorovich Dankevich was born on December 24 (new style) in 1905 in Odessa; in 1921 he entered the Odessa Conservatory, which he graduated with honors in 1929 by classes of pianoforte and composition. In 1930, Dankiewicz won the title of laureate at the First All-Ukrainian Piano Competition.

Peru composer owns a large number of choirs, songs, romances, works of chamber-instrumental and symphonic music. Among them are the string quartet (1929), the First Symphony (1936-1937), the Second Symphony (1944-1945), the symphonic poems Othello (1938) and Taras Shevchenko (1939), the symphonic suite Yaroslav the Wise 1946).

Much attention is paid to Dankiewicz musical theater. He wrote the opera The Tragic Night (1935), staged in Odessa, the ballet Lilea (1940), the musical comedy Golden Keys (1942).

The most significant work of Dankevich is the heroic and patriotic opera “Bogdan Khmelnitsky”.


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Summary Konstantin Fedorovich Dankevich