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« Reply #45 on: March 30, 2018, 09:11:50 pm »

Ryabov, Olexiy Panteleymonovych   (1899-1955)

I have just uploaded a recording of excerpts from his operetta Wedding in Malinovka.

Biographical info (from wikipedia and other sources, via google translate:

Alexei Panteleimonovich Ryabov (* 5 (17) March 1899, Kharkiv - † December 18, 1955, Kyiv) - Ukrainian composer, violinist and conductor, Honored Artist of the Ukrainian SSR (1951).
Born on March 5 (March 17) in 1899 in Kharkiv. In 1918 he graduated from the Kharkiv Conservatory. From 1919 he worked as a violinist, concertmaster and conductor in various cities of the USSR.
In 1929-1941 he was the conductor of the First State Ukrainian Musical Comedy. Production: "Tsygan-Baron", "Zaporozhets the Danube", "Metis", "Natalka-Poltavka", "Oksana", "Three-fourth person", "Dry law", Specially for the Kharkov theater of musical comedy wrote music for the plays: "Friendly Hill", "Three Fourth Man", "Dry Law", "Sorochinsky Fair", "Wedding in Malinovka", "May Night", "Kolombina".
From 1941 - the conductor of the Kyiv Musical Comedy Theater, whose house on the Great Vasilkivska Street, 53, has a memorial plaque.
He died on December 18, 1955. Buried in Kiev at Baykovoye Cemetery.
He is the author of more than 20 operettas and musical comedies. Among others:
• "Screen Stars",
• "May Night",
• "Sorochinskaya Fair" (1936),
• "Dash the Dnipro",
• "Wonderland" (1950),
• "Chervona kalina" (1954),
• The most popular is «Wedding in Malinovka» (1938).
In addition, concert for violin and orchestra, symphony, string quartet.

Alexey Panteleymonovich Ryabov (1899-1955) is a Soviet and Ukrainian violinist, composer and conductor. Honored Art Worker of the Ukrainian SSR (1951).
Among his works there are more than 20 operettas; symphonic and chamber works; theatrical music. Some of his works were released on record.
He was born on March 5 (March 17 in a new style) in 1899 in Kharkov.
Early leaving without parents, being an orphan, graduated from school and continued studying music. In 1918 he graduated from the Kharkov Conservatory, where he was simultaneously engaged in violin and composition classes. After graduating from the conservatory, he worked as a concertmaster of the symphony orchestra in Kharkov. Since 1919 he worked as a violinist-accompanist and conductor in other cities of the USSR.
In 1929-1941, AP Ryabov - conductor of the First State Ukrainian Musical Comedy. Since 1941 - the conductor of the Kiev theater of musical comedy (in 1950-1955 - the art director).
He died on December 18, 1955 in Kiev. He was buried in the Baikovo cemetery.
Ukrainian poet Maxim Rylsky called Ryabov "the creator of music, in which the sunny soul and the irresistible power of the Ukrainians are revealed."
• On the building of the Kiev Theater of Musical Comedy (Bolshaya Vasilkovskaya Street, 53) September 21, 2007 Alexei Ryabov was installed memorial plaque.

"Wedding in Malinovka" - an operetta based on the same name of the libretto by Leonid Yukhvid and Mikhail Avach was first staged in the city of Kharkiv in the First State Ukrainian Musical Comedy in 1937. Her author was the main conductor of the theater composer Alexei Ryabov, whose creative work has more than 20 operettas and musical comedies.
Almost simultaneously, in 1937-1938, a Russian-language version of the composer Boris Oleksandrov appeared on the basis of the libretto by Leonid Yukhvid and Victor Lipot.
In 1967, at the film studio Lenfilm directed by Andrei Tutyshkin, the Russian version of the operetta was filmed.
Among the leaders of the Soviet-era hire (1940-1989), the comedy "The Wedding in Malinovka" occupies the honorable 5th place - 74.6 million spectators.

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