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Sergey Agababov - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography

Sergey Agababov - biography, date of birth, place of birth, filmography, clips, Composer.
October 25, 1926, Makhachkala - October 23, 1959, Vnukovo Airport, Moscow - Soviet composer.
He showed interest in music since childhood - at the same time with general education he also attended a music school. In 1951, Sergei graduated with honors both from the Dagestan Medical Institute and the Music College, where he studied theoretical subjects with GA Hasanov and wrote his first songs - "Daughter of Dagestan" and "Song of Oil Workers". Having made his choice in favor of music, in 1952 he entered the Moscow State Conservatory, in the composition class of A. N. Alexandrov. Upon completion of the basic course of study with honors, he is admitted to graduate school (supervisor - Yu. A. Shaporin) .
During these years, Sergei shows himself as an outstanding composer. He writes music in both instrumental and vocal genres, uses genuine folk melodies and seeks to convey national flavor in his works. Sergey Artemyevich draws his creative inspiration during folklore expeditions in Dagestan, which resulted in the vocal-symphonic suite "Dagestan Songs" written by him in 6 parts. Among the works of Sergei Agababov's student years: for orchestra - "Dagestan suite on themes of Lezgi folk melodies" (1954, Moscow); for piano - "Children's Album" (1951), "Toccata" (1955); for violin and piano - "Suite" (1951), "Variations" (1951); for mezzo-soprano and bass, accompanied by piano - vocal cycle "From the Poetry of the Past" on the verses of E. Kapiev. In 1954, Sergei became a member of the Dagestan Composers' Union. A prominent Dagestan composer, pianist and teacher, public figure Gottfried Hasanov had a great influence on the formation of Sergei Agababov as a professional. In his postgraduate years, the young composer created the cantatas The Tale of Freedom and Labor Day (both 1958) for a soloist, mixed choir and symphony orchestra. In parallel with major musical genres, he writes vocal miniatures and songs, many of which have become popular: "Free space" (poems - Yu. Polukhin), "How friends quarreled" (Ya. Kozlovsky), "On mountain roads", "I was already big ”(R. Gamzatov),“ The accordion sings ”(O. Mukhin),“ I am waiting ”(M. Bakhshiev),“ Lamb ”(M. Gairbekov), etc. A young singer shines with the song“ Lamb ”on the Soviet stage Nina Dorda. The song by Sergei Agababov to the words of A. Khamavov "My Moscow" in 1956 was awarded the 1st prize of the All-Union competition for the best song about Moscow. The composer's creative range is multifaceted. He writes songs for children and music for dramatic performances, creates arrangements of folk songs and dances. One of the most significant works by Sergei Agababov is an unfinished symphony. Also remained unfinished piano concerto and ditties for a pop orchestra, romances "Autumn" on the verses of A. Blok and "Zeytun March" ("From Armenian poetry"). Unfortunately, the concept of the ballet "Sulak the Witness" based on the novel by M. Khurshilov remained unfulfilled. In 1958-1959, along with musical creativity, Sergei Artemyevich was published in the newspapers Dagestanskaya Pravda and Komsomolets of Dagestan, wrote the book Figures of the Musical Art of Dagestan. The book will be published by the Makhachkala publishing house in 1960, after the tragic death of the composer.

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