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IPPOLITOF-IVANOF, Michail Michailovitch
b Gatchina, near St Petersburg, 19 November 1859
d Moscow, 28 January 1935, aged seventy-five

He was a pupil of Rimsky-Korsakov in St Petersburg. He made his debut in St Petersburg as composer and conductor in 1883, then spent the next ten years as head of the Conservatory in Tiflis. After the revolution he became director of the Moscow Conservatory, and in 1935 was appointed conductor of the Moscow Opera.

1882 (23)

Yar-Khmel, for orchestra

1887 (28)

Ruth, opera p Violin Sonata

1890 (31)

Asra, opera

1894-5 (35-6)

Armenian Rhapsody

1895 (36)

Caucasian Sketches, suite for orchestra

1897 (38)

p String Quartet in A minor

1898 (39)

p Piano Quartet in Ab major

1900 (41)

Assia, Lyric scenes

1907 (48)

Symphony

1909 (50)

Treachery, opera

1912 (53)

The Spy, opera

1916 (57)

Ole the Norseman, opera

1923-4 (64-5)

Mtzyry, symphonic poem

1928 (69)

Episodes from Schubert's Life, for orchestra

1933 4 (74-5)

The Last Barricade, opera (unpublished and unperformed)

1934 (75)

Catalan Suite, for orchestra

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