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Alexander Spendiaryan
The Opera Almast premiered in:
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Moscow
Odessa
Yerevan
Quizzes
Spendiaryan recieved the Russian highest music prize:
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Named after Pyotr Tchaykovsky
Named after Mikhail Glinka
Named after Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov
Quizzes
The architect of Spendiaryan’s Yerevan apartment is:
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Alexander Tamanyan (1878-1936)
Nikoghayos Buniatyan (1878-1943)
Rafayel Israyelyan (1908-1973)
Quizzes
Spendiaryan invented this musical instrument:
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Bells
Tambourine
Spendiarophone
Quizzes
Alexander Spendiaryan is buried:
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In the Komitas Pantheon
In the yard of the Opera and Ballet Theater
In the Spendiaryans’ family vault in Simferopol
Quizzes
Spendiaryan used to make this “wonderful” drink:
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Cocoa
Coffee
Tea
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How many children did have Spendiaryan?
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6
7
3
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Spendiaryan moved to Armenia:
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in 1926
in 1924
in 1928
Quizzes
The author of the lyrics of the romance “Oh, Rose” is:
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Alexander Tsaturyan
Pavel Kozlov
Mikayel Nalbandyan
Quizzes
Quizzes
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THE ANSWER IS:
For the first time the opera “Almast” was staged in Moscow, at the Bolshoi Theater Filial, on June 23, 1930; afterwards in Odessa on December 26, 1930; in Tbilisi on May 21, 1932; and in Yerevan on January 20, 1933.
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THE ANSWER IS:
Alexander Spendiaryan was awarded the prize named after Mikhail Glinka for three times: in 1908 for the composition “Three Palms,” in 1910 for the “Beda the Preacher,” and in 1912 for “We Shall Rest.”
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THE ANSWER IS:
One of the first multi-apartment buildings of Yerevan, where Alexander Spendiaryan lived the last two years of his life, from 1926 to 1928, was built in 1925-1926 by the project of the architect Nikoghayos Buniatyan. The house-museum of the composer is in that building.
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THE ANSWER IS:
In 1905, by the initiative of Spendiaryan, a master from Simferopol made an instrument with 12 bronze bells fastened on a leather belt. The composer used it in his symphonic picture “Three Palms” to herald the entrance of the caravan to the desert. N. A. Rimksy-Korsakov named this instrument “Spendiarophone.” It is kept in the composer’s house-museum.
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THE ANSWER IS:
Alexander Spendiaryan died on May 7, 1928, in Yerevan. He is buried in the yard of the Opera and Ballet Theater.
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Alexander Spendiaryan liked to make cocoa for his guests, calling it “wonderful.” Now, on special occasions, the “cocoa by the composer’s recipe” is offered at the composer’s house-museum (Nalbandyan 21).
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THE ANSWER IS:
Alexander Spendiaryan and Varvara Mazirova had 6 children: 4 daughters - Tatyana, Marina, Yelena, Maria, and 2 sons – Atanas and Leonid.
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In 1924, A. Spendiaryan moved to his historical fatherland at the invitation of the government of Soviet Armenia, with the intention of developing its musical and cultural life.
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During a meeting of the Armenian community in Moscow, Alexander Spendiaryan got inspired hearing the poem “Oh, Rose” by the young poet Alexander Tsaturyan and composed the romance with the same title in a short time.
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