2085

Fund Number : 2085
Title : Glier, Reingold Moritsevich (1874-1956) - composer
Annotation :
1880 - 1959. The manuscripts-music of R. M. Glier. The operas: "Zemlya I Nebo" ("Land and Sky") by G. Byron - separate numbers, the vocal score (1900), "Shakh - Senem" ("Senem Shah"), 2nd wording - score and vocal score (1934), "Gyulsara" ("Gyulsara") in the co-authorship with T. Sadykov - score and vocal score (1936, 1949), "Nergiz" ("Nergiz") - score and vocal score (1928), "Leili I Medzhnun" ("Leili I Medzhnun") by A. Navoi - score and vocal score (1939), "Rashel" ("Rashel") by the "Mademuazel Fifi" ("Madmoiselle Fifi") story of G. Maupassan - score and vocal score (1942 - 1943); the ballets: "Khrizis" ("Khrizis") by P. Lyuis, early wording, some numbers in the late wording - score and vocal score (1912 - [beg. of 1920-ies]), "Komedianty" ("Comedians") by Lope de Vega in two variants - score and vocal score (1922, 1931), "Yegipetskiye Nochi" ("Egyptian Nights") by A. S. Pushkin - score (1925), "Krasny Mak" ("Red Poppy"), several variants - score and vocal score (1926 - 1949), "Dorevolyutsionny Tanets" ("Pre-Revolutionary Dance") - score (1927), "Medny Vsadnik" ("Broze Horseman") by A. S. Pushkin - separate numbers, score and vocal score (1949), "Taras Bulba" ("Taras Bulba") by N. V. Gogol - score and vocal score (1952), "Doch Kastilii" ("Daughter of Kastiliya") by Lope de Vega - score and vocal score (1955); the symphonies: No 1 (1899), No 2 (1907), No 3 - sketches (1912); the symphonic pictures: "Sireny" ("Mermaids") (1908), "Trizna" ("Funeral Feast") - sketches (1911 - 1915), "Zaporozhtsy" ("Zaporozhian Cossacks") (1921), "Zapivit" ("Precept") (1939 - 1941); the overtures: "Shakh - Senem" ("Senem Shah") (1934), "Torzhestvennaya Uvertyura" ("The Solemn Overture") (1937), "Gyulsara" ("Gyulsara") (1937), "Fergansky Prazdnik" ("Fergansky Holiday") (1940), "Uvertyura na Slavyanskiye Narodnye Temy" ("The Overture on the Slavonic National Themes") (1941), "Druzhba Narodov" ("Friendship of Nations") (1941), "Za Schastye Rodiny" ("For the Homeland Happiness") (1942), "Pobeda" ("Victory") (1944), "Geroicheskiy Marsh Buryat - Mongilskoy ASSR" ("Heroic March of the Buryat - Mongolian ASSR") (1936); the concerts for solo instruments and symphonic orchestra: for the harp (1938), for the part - score (1942), for the French horn (1950), for the violin, 1st part - score (1955); arrangement for the symphonic orchestra of his romances and plays for the separate instruments (1929); "Simfoniya - Fantaziya" ("Symphony - Fantasy") for the national instruments orchestra (1943); works for the wind orchestra: "Na Prazdnik Kominterna" ("For the Holiday of Comintern") (1924), "Voyenny Marsh Krasnoy Armii" ("Military March of the Red Army") (1943), "Uvertyura k 25-Letiyu Krasnoy Armii" ("Overture for the Red Army 25th Anniversary") (1943); the quartets: No 1 (1900), No 2 (1905), No 3 (1928); the sestets: No 1 (1898 - 1900), No 2 (1903), No 3 (1905); the octet (1900); the plays for the piano (1905 - [1940-ies]); the plays for the violin, violoncello, flute, oboe, French horn with the piano [1900-ies - 1940-ies]; "Slava Sovetskoy Armii" ("Glory to the Soviet Army") - cantata (1953); the works for the chorus: "Vremena Goda" ("Seasons") (1905), "Molodaya Mongoliya" ("Young Mongolia") [1943], "Slavsya, Slavsya, Nash Narod" ("Glorify, Glorify, Our Nation") (1945); the romances for voice with the piano on words of K. D. Balmont, A. A. Blok, I. A. Bunin, V. I. Ivanov, M. A. Lokhvitskaya, D. M. Ratgauz, F. I. Tyutchev and other (1902 - 1955); music for the theatre stagings: "Tsar Edip" ("Tsar Oedip") of Sophokl (1921), "Lisistrata" ("Lisistrata") of Aristofan (1923), "Farkhad I Shirin" ("Farkhad and Shirin") of A. Navoi (1946) and other; the music for films: "Zemlya Zhazhdet" ("Land Is Thirsting") of Y. Y. Raizman (1930), "Konveyer Smerti" ("Conveyor of Death") of I. A. Pyryev (1933), "Alisher Navoi" ("Alisher Navoi") of K. Yarmaton (1948) and other; the ballet orchestration of the "Esmeralda" ("Esmeralda") ballet of C. Puni - score (1932); the treatment of Russian, Ukrainian, Taranchinian, Turkish and other songs (1912 - 1935). There are 519 manuscripts. The music writing-books of R. M. Glier with draft sketches of the "Krasny Mak" ("Red Poppy") ballet, "Shakh - Senem" ("Senem Shah") opera, "Trizna" ("Funeral Feast") symphonic picture and other records 5 (1911 - 1950). The manuscripts of R. M. Glier. The drafts of the opera libretto by the "Sulamif" ("Sulamif") story of A. I. Kuprin (1911); the reviews about Soviet composers' works and musicologists researches: I. F. Belza, F. Y. Kozitsky, P. A. Lamm, B. N. Lyatoshinsky, A. V. Mosolov and other (1928 - 1954); the speeches at the conferences in the Soviet Composers Union, at the jubilee celebrations, on the radio and other (1929 - 1956); the memoirs about Vl. I. Nemirovich - Danchenko, I. A. Sats, S. I. Taneyev, A. V. Nezhdanova [1920-ies - 1940-ies]; the autobiographies 9 ([1920-ies] - 1956). There are about 150 manuscripts. The notebooks of R. M. Glier with records of musical themes, rough letters and other 31 [1900-ies - 1950-ies]. The letters of R. M. Glier to: P. F. Abolimov 2 (1948), A. Badalbeili (1933), M. R. Glier - wife 72 ([1900-ies] - 1954), L. R. and N. R. Gliers - daughters 26 (1927 - 1952), A. B. Goldenveizer 2 [1945, 1955], M. M. Ippolitov - Ivanov [1920-ies], M. I. Kurilko [1920-ies], S. A. Kusevitsky [1945], A. V. Lunacharsky [1920-ies], M. M. Mordkin (1911), S. V. Rakhmaninov [1920-ies], N. A. Rakhmaninova [1943], L. N. Revutsky [beg. of the 1950-ies], T. Sadykov 4 (1939 - 1946), A. V. Sveshnikov [1949], I. I. Sollertinsky (1934), L. Stokovsky 3 (1955 - 1956) and others. There are 90 addressees. The letters to R. M. Glier of: A. V. Aleksandrov [end of the 1930-ies], A. N. Aleksandrov 3 (1938 - 1953), B. V. Asafyev 6 (1916 - 1939), L. T. Atovmyan 17 (1933 - 1955), K. Atterberg 2 (1945), L. S. Auer 3 (1922), M. Ashrafi 4 (1939 - 1947), M. M. Bagrinovsky 11 (1932 - 1954), Y. Brandovska - Turska (1952), D. N. Bassalygo (1935), V. A. Bely 4 (1939 - 1955), V. M. Belyayev 2 (1916, 1924), M. P. Belyayev 22 (1900 - 1903), M. I. Blanter (n.d.), V. M. Bogdanov - Berezovsky 3 (1945 - 1947), Y. M. Braudo 2 (1935, 1938), N. Y. Bryusova (1940), I. F. Belza 5 (1937 - 1956), A. Y. Vaganova 6 (1926 - 1950), S. N. Vasilenko 2 (1940, 1942), V. K. Vladimirov (1941), V. A. Vlasov 3 ([1940-ies] - 1954), K. A. Vout 80 (1909 - 1956), Z. M. Gaidai 2 (1948), M. P. Galperin 19 (1924 - 1939), A. V. Gauk 14 (1924 - 1955), Y. V. Geltser 3 (1950 - 1956), A. K. Glazunov 11 (1908 - 1928), Yevg. F. Gnesina 10 (1901 - 1921), Hel. F. Gnesina 12 (1911 - 1955), N. S. Golovanov [1952], A. B. Goldenveizer 5 (1900 - 1950), G. M. Gorodetsky 2 (1941, 1955), I. E. Grabar 2 (1953, 1955), A. T. Grechaninov 30 (1906 - 1951), Y. L. Davydov 7 (1910 - 1956), K. F. Dankevich 6 (1935 - 1955), M. A. Deisha - Sionitskaya 6 (1913 - 1915), V. V. Derzhanovsky 3 (1936 - 1942), D. Dzhabarla (1926), I. I. Dzerzhinsky 2 (1940, 1946), N. A. Dikovaya 92 (1924 - 1956), V. Dobiash 3 (1954 - 1955), I. O. Dunayevsky 7 (1930 - 1955), A. N. Yermolayev (1948), R. V. Zakharov 5 (1940 - 1955), A. M. Zguridi (1956), A. I. Ziloti 4 (1909 - 1914), V. A. Zolotaryov (1936), N. P. Ivanov - Radkevich 6 (1937 - 1954), M. M. Ippolitov - Ivanov 4 (1912 - 1924), D. V. Kabalevsky 8 (1940 - 1955), N. A. Kazantseva 5 (1948 - 1955), M. M. Kanershtein 21 (1938 - 1955), N. D. Kashkin (1916), M. S. Kerzina 2 (1911), M. V. Koval 3 (1930 - 1950), F. Y. Kozitsky 5 (1940 - 1960), S. M. Kozolupov [1916], E. S. Kolmanovsky (1946), O. Y. Kolychev 8 (1951 - 1953), Z. L. Kompaneits 4 (1941 - 1955), P. P. Konchalovsky (1940), G. E. Konyus 9 (1907 - 1909), A. Y. Korneichuk [1939], K. A. Korchmarev 2 (1939), N. A. Krasheninnikov 3 (1940), A. A. Krein 10 (1942 - 1950), G. G. Kreitner (1940), V. Y. Kruchinin 3 (1937 - 1954), I. I. Kryzhanovsky 65 (1900 - 1917), E. A. Kuper 2 [1912], M. I. Kurilko 2 (1950, 1955), S. A. Kusevitsky 5 (1906 - 1907), Y. A. Lavrovskaya (n.d.), I. P. Ladyzhnikov 2 (1908), Z. A. Levina 3 (1938 - 1950), O. L. Leonidov [1940-ies], O. V. Lepeshinskaya [1940-ies], Y. O. Lyubimov - Lansky (n.d.), B. N. Lyatoshinsky 298 (1922 - 1956), M. Magomayev 2 (1934, 1936), N. A. Malko 3 (1928 - 1930), S. Mamedova 11 (1925 - 1955), Ma Sy - tsun (1940), M. V. Mikisha 2 (1946, 1956), A. V. Mosolov 2 (1929, 1935), V. I. Muradeli 4 (1940 - 1945), V. I. Mukhina [beg. of the 1950-ies], N. Y. Myaskovsky (1950), I. Narodny 98 (1912 - 1939), Z. Neyedla (1955), G. G. Neigauz 2 (1919, 1955), Vl. I. Nemirovich - Danchenko 2 (1928, 1940), Y. F. Nikitina (1951), L. V. Nikolayev 5 (1903 - 1940), A. S. Ogolevtsev 7 (1942 - 1950), N. P. Osipov (n.d.), A. V. Ossovsky 3 (1935 - 1955), M. I. Paverman 9 (1940 - 1955), V. V. Paskhalov 9 (1929 - 1945), A. F. Paschenko (1943), G. I. Potikhonov 2 (1940), S. S. Prokofyev 35 (1903 - 1953), V. V. Pukhalsky 3 (1926 - 1928), S. E. Radlov (1932), N. P. Rakov 2 (1930, 1954), D. M. Ratgauz 2 (1916), S. V. Rakhmaninov (1922), D. N. Revutsky 2 (1925, 1955), A. N. Rimsky - Korsakov (1914), A. Russel (1935), T. Sadykov 91 (1939 - 1956), K. S. Saradzhayev 3 (1908 - 1950), V. I. Safonov 2 (1914), Y. S. Sakhnovsky 2 (1902, 1907), I. A. Sats 3 [beg. of the 1910-ies], N. A. Semashko (1926), V. S. Serova 3 (1912 - [1920-ies]), Y. Sibelius 2 (1945, 1955), Y. M. Sokolov (1911), A. E. Spadavekkia (1953), A. L. Stasevich 3 (1945 - 1948), L. Stokovsky 5 (1943 - 1956), P. S. Stolyarovsky 2 (1926, 1945), F. Stupka 3 (1955), S. I. Taneyev 6 (1900 - 1915), N. S. Tikhonov (1955), V. N. Trambitsky 3 (1940 - 1955), P. N. Triodin (1950), Y. F. Fayer 3 (1929 - 1951), S. Y. Feinberg 2 (1950, 1954), Z. Fekete 3 (1945 - 1955), V. G. Fere 2 (1942, 1950), G. Fitelberg 5 (1910 - 1914), B. Y. Khaikin 3 (1948 - 1955), T. Khanum 2 (1941, 1955), A. I. Khachaturyan 20 (1938 - 1955), A. B. Khessin 2 [1909], B. A. Chaikovsky (1952), N. K. Chemberdzhi 5 (1937 - 1943), M. M. Cheryomukhin 3 (1941 - 1954), N. N. Cherepnin (1903), S. A. Chernetsky 2 (1946, 1949), O. S. Chishko 2 (1935), Y. A. Shaporin 6 (1940 - 1955), I. K. Shaposhnikov 5 (1940 - 1948), V. Y. Shebalin 5 (1938 - 1955), A. A. Shenshin 6 (1913 - 1915), I. P. Shishov (1931), D. D. Shostakovich 11 (1940 - 1956), M. O. Shteinberg 7 (1923 - 1946), K. A. Erdel 19 (1925 - 1956), A. I. Yurasovsky 10 (1912 - 1919), B. P. Yurgenson 16 (1912 - 1915), S. Yurok 12 (1929 - 1931), A. A. Yablochkina (1955), B. L. Yavorsky 9 (1901 - 1916) and others. There are 616 correspondents. The congratulatory letters and telegrams for the jubilees to R. M. Glier of: M. I. Blanter, N. P. Ivanov - Radkevich, V. V. Kriger, Y. S. Meitus, A. K. Metner, D. Y. Pantofel - Nechetskaya, Y. V. Flier, M. I. Chulaki and other (1914 - 1956). The dedications on music and other documents of: G. I. Litinsky (1943), Y. P. Makarov (1949), V. V. Paskhalov (1913), M. S. Saryan (1956) and other. There are 13 ones. The certificates and working-books of R. M. Glier (1896 - 1955); the letters to R. M. Glier of theatres, Philharmonic societies, publishing houses, newspapers and magazines editorial staffs, musical societies (1900 - 1956); the agreements with publishing houses, theatres and other (1917 - 1936); materials about staging of operas and ballets of R. M. Glier in theatres of Baku and Tashkent (1924 - 1955); the decrees and orders about awarding of honoured ranks to R. M. Glier (1925 - 1953); materials about work of R. M. Glier in the Leningrad Dramatic and Musical Writers Society and the Soviet Composers Union (1926 - 1956); the awards of the State prizes laureate 3 (1946 - 1950). The posters and programs of concerts and performances with rendering of R. M. Glier's works (1909 - 1956); the articles and reviews about R. M. Glier's creative work and rendering of his works - newspaper cuttings (1903 - 1956); the articles about him of B. N. Lyatoshinsky, I. F. Belza and other (1925 - 1955). The photographs of R. M. Glier, individual ones 123 (1880 - [1950-ies]) and in the groups with N. S. Golovanov, A. P. Dovzhenko, R. V. Zakharov, D. B. Kabalevsky, M. I. Kalinin, I. S. Kozlovsky, L. M. Lavrovsky, B. N. Lyatoshinsky, S. Mamedova, N. Y. Myaskovsky, K. Nasyrova, A. V. Nezhdanova, S. S. Prokofyev, V. V. Pukhalsky, K. M. Sergeyev, A. N. Tolstoy, G. S. Ulanova, Y. F. Fayer, F. F. Fedorovsky, A. I. Khachaturyan, T. N. Khrennikov, Y. A. Shaporin, V. Y. Shebalin, K. A. Erdeli, M. G. Erdenko, A. I. Yurasovsky, with relatives and friends and other 173 (1887 - 1955); the photographs of R. M. Glier during the stay in Bucharest 56 (1954). The photographs with dedications to R. M. Glier of: K. A. Vout, Hel. F. Gnesina, G. I. Litinsky, S. A. Khalatov and other 11 (1913 - 1956). The photographs of scenes from staging of R. M. Glier's operas and ballets 102 (1938 - 1954). The letters of B. N. Lyatoshinsky to N. R. Glier 36 (1947 - 1959). 1875 - 1974. The music notebooks and writing-books of R. M. Glier (3) with drafts of musical themes ([1920-ies] - 1953). The manuscripts of R. M. Glier. The articles: "O Konservatorii" ("About the Conservatory"), "Ob A. N. Skryabine" ("About A. N. Skryabin"), "Muzyka v Strane Sovetov" ("Music in the Country of Soviets"), about S. V. Rakhmaninov, P. I. Tchaikovsky and other - newspaper cuttings (1914 - 1954), the review about the Leningrad radio symphonic orchestra (1952) and other. There are 13 manuscripts. The letters of R. M. Glier to: K. A. Vout 4 (1947 - 1954), Y. V. Geltser (1955), M. R. Glier - wife 1228 (1901 - 1954), M. L. Presman (1911), G. S. Ulanova (1953), M. P. Frolov 17 (1930 - 1942) and others. There are 17 addressees. The letters to R. M. Glier of: V. F. Aloiz (1911), A. B. Briskin 2 [1900-ies], K. A. Vout (1909), A. V. Gauk (1929), M. R. Flier 362 (1901 - 1952). M. F. Gnesin (1915), Hel. F. Gnesina 2 (1908), A. T. Grechaninov (1955), I. I. Kryzhanovsky (1903), V. E. Napravnik 2 (1912, 1916), Y. F. Savina - Gnesina 4 (1907 - 1908), V. I. Safonov 2 (1916), F. Sevitsky (1956), V. S. Serova 2 (1903, 1907), M. P. Frolov (1943) and others. There are 33 correspondents. The congratulatory telegrams to R. M. Glier of: A. K. Glazunov, A. K. Lyadov, Y. D. Engel and other (1904). The dedication of S. A. Kusevitsky to R. M. Glier on the "Yevgeny Onegin" (Yevgeny Onegin") P. I. Tchaikovsky's opera vocal score [1900-ies]. The programs and posters of concerts of R. M. Glier's works and with his participation as the conductor (1902 - 1974), the agreements with Philharmonic societies, the State Musical Publishing House, theatres and other (1912 - 1956). The articles and reviews about R. M. Glier - newspaper cuttings (1901 - 1970), the memoirs about him of V. G. Dulova and K. Nasyrova [1960-ies], the review of Y. Ormandi about R. M. Glier's symphony [1950-ies]. The letters to M. R. Glier from: A. T. Grechaninov (1947), N. K. Kusevitskaya 6 (1906 - 1907), Z. A. Levina (1941), A. V. Nezhdanova (1950), K. A. Erdeli 6 (1951 - 1958). The photographs of R. M. Glier, individual ones and in the groups with V. V. Borisovsky, A. B. Briskin, I. I. Kryzhanovsky, B. N. Lyatoshinsky, G. I. Litinsky, N. V. Makarova, K. Nasyrova, L. V. Nikolayev, A. D. Ogolevets, V. V. Pukhalsky, A. I. Khachaturyan and other, 74 ([1890-ies] - 1955). The photographs with dedications to R. M. Glier of: F. Memel [1912], P.-L. Nenbert [1912] and A. I. Yurasovsky (1912).
Dates : 1880 - 1974 гг.
Fund Type : personal funds
Quantity of Items : 1601
SITENAME : st. 2085 Glier, Reingold Moritsevich (1874-1956) - composer