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LIADOV, Anatol
b St Petersburg, 11 May 1855
d Polinovka, Novgorod, 28 August 1914, aged fifty-nine

He first studied with his father, who was the conductor at the Mariinsky Theatre. In 1870 he entered the St Petersburg Conservatory and attended Rimsky-Korsakov's composition classes. In 1878 he became a teacher of elementary theory at the Conservatory, of advanced counterpoint in 1901, and of composition in 1906. His marriage in 1884 brought him financial independence. He was a very indolent man, which accounted for his comparatively small output. He made numerous appearances as a conductor, and collected and published several volumes of folk-song arrangements.

1876 (21)

Birulki, for piano

1879 (24)

Arabesque, for piano

1887 (32)

Scherzo, for orchestra

1888 (33)

Mazurka, for orchestra

1890 (35)

Dal tempo antico, for piano

1892 (37)

Kukalki, for piano

1893 (38)

Une tabatiere a musique, for piano

1899 (44)

Slava, for women's chorus, two harps and two pianos

1900 (45)

Polonaise, for orchestra

1904 (49)

Baba Yaga, symphonic poem

1906 (51)

Eight Popular Russian Songs, for orchestra

1909 (54)

The Enchanted Lake, symphonic poem

1910 (55)

Kikimora, symphonic poem

Dance of the Amazons, for orchestra

1914 (59)

Naenia (Dirge)

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