2062

Fund Number : 2062
Title : Dunayevsky, Isaak Osipovich (1900-1955) - composer
Annotation :
The manuscripts of sheet music of I. O. Dunayevsky. The songs: "Ballada o Moryake s Kharakterom" ("The Ballade about the Sailor with Character") on words of A. Y. Adalis (1937), "Geroi Khasana" ("Heroes of Khasan") on words of V. I. Lebedev - Kumach (1938), "Marsh Krasnoflotsev" ("March of the Red Fleet Men") on words of A. D. Churkin (1938), "Na Raz'ezde" ("On the Passing-Track") on words of M. I. Reduerman (1938), "Marsh Zheleznodorozhnikov" ("March of Railway Men") on words of V. I. Lebedev - Kumach (1940), "Za Rodinu - Vperyod!" ("For the Homeland - Forward!") of words of V. I. Lebedev - Kumach (1941), "My Pridyom" ("We Will Come") on words of L. N. Martynov (1942), "Pismo v Kostromu" ("The Letter to Kostroma") on words of A. A. Surkov (1942), "Vspomnim Igry Shkolnye" ("We Will Recollect the School Games") on words of A. L. Barto (1943), "Voyenny Marsh Zheleznodorozhnikov" ("Military March of Railway Men") on words of S. A. Vasilyev (1943), "Chudesny Samolyot" ("The Wonderful Plane") on words of V. I. Lebedev - Kumach (1944), "Yekhal Ya iz Berlina" ("I Went from Berlin") on words of L. I. Oshanin (1945), "Golos Moskvy" ("Voice of Moscow") on words of T. S. Solodar (1946), "Puti - Dorogi" ("Ways - Roads") on words of S. Y. Alymov (1947), "Ballada o Moskve" ("The Ballade about Moscow") on words of M. A. Svetlov (1947), "Za Zdorovye Mashinista" ("For Health of the Machinist") on words of V. A. Solovyov (1948), "Soldaty Truda" ("Soldiers of Labour") on words of A. I. Fatyanov (1948), "Pesnya o Dalyokom Druge" ("The Song about the Distant Friend") on words of Y. A. Dolmatovsky (1949), "Sportivny Marsh" ("Sporting March") on words of B. S. Laskin (1949), "Zolotaya Zvezda" ("Gold Star") on words of M. V. Isakovsky (1950), "Pesnya Molodyozhi" ("The Song of the Youth") on words of M. L. Matusovsky (1951), "Shkolny Vals" ("The School Waltz") on words of M. L. Matusovsky (1951), two songs on words of R. Berns in translation of S. Y. Marshak (1951), "Khorosha Stolitsa Nasha" ("Our Capital Is Good") on words of M. L. Matusovsky (1952), "Idyot Molodyozh!" ("The Youth Is Going!") on words of M. L. Matusovsky (1954) and other; the cantatas: "Leningrad, My s Toboy" ("Leningrad, We Are with You") on words of S. I. Lipkin (1945), "Kantata o Tikhookeanskom Flote" ("The Cantata about the Pacific Fleet") on words of B. A. Mozhayev (1952); treatment of Russian, Ukrainian, Negro, American and other songs (1943 - 1946); the music for the films: "Pervy Vzvod" ("The First Platoon") (1933), "Vesyolye Rebyata" ("Jolly Lads") (1934), "Tri Tovarischa" ("Three Friends") (1935), "Vratar" ("Goalkeeper") (1935), "Tsirk" ("Circus") (1936), "Deti Kapitana Granta" ("Children of Captain Grant") (1936), "Bogataya Nevesta" ("The Wealthy Bride") (1937), "Sergo Ordzhonikidze" ("Sergo Ordzhonikidze") (1937), "Volga - Volga" ("Volga - Volga") (1938), "Svetly Put" ("Light Way") (1940), "Moya Lyubov" ("My Love") (1940), "Vesna" ("Spring") (1946), "Novy Dom" ("New House") (1946), "Kubanskiye Kazaki" ("Kuban Cossacks") (1950), "Ispytaniye Vernosti" ("Trial of Faithfulness") (1954) and other; the operettas: "I Nashim, I Vashim" ("And To Ours, and to Yours") (1924), "Zhenikhi" ("Fiances") (1929), "Polyarnye Strasti" ("Polar Passions") (1929), "Million Terzaniy" ("Million Torments") (1932), "Zolotaya Dolina" ("The Gold Valley") (1937), "Solomennaya Shlyapka" ("The Straw Bonnet") (1937), "Dorogi k Schastyu" ("Roads to the Happiness") (1941), "Volny Veter" ("Free Wind") (1946), "Syn Klouna" ("Son of the Clown") (1950), "Belaya Akatsiya" ("White Acacia") (1955) and other; the music for plays staged in the Kharkov Dramatic theatre, in the Moscow Satire theatre, in the Moscow and Leningrad music halls and other theatres: "Printsessa Turandot" ("Princess Turandot") (1921), "Orangutang v Yevrazaframe" ("Orang-Outang in the Yevrazafram") (1924), "Don Zhuan" ("Don Juan") [beg. of the 1920-ies], "Spokoino - Snimayu" ("Quiet - I Am Shooting") (1925), "Vredny Element" ("Harmful Element") (1926), "A ne Khuligan li Vy, Grazhdanin?" ("Mr., Are You a Hooligan?") (1927), "Skloka" ("Squabble") (1927), "Konkurs na Luchshuyu Semyu" ("Contest of the Best Family") (1928), "Braki Sovershayutsya na Nebesakh" ("Marriages Are Accomplished on the Skies") (1929), "Tuda, Gde Ldy" ("There Where Ices") (1929), "Izvinite za Rezkost" ("Sorry For Sharp Words") (1930), "S Lyubovyu ne Shutyat" ("Don't Joke with Love") (1949) and other; the ballets: "Otdykh Favna" ("Rest of Faun") (1923), "Murzilka" ("Murzilka") (1924), the ballet suite (1929) and other; the works for symphonic orchestra and jazz bands: "Khabanera I Passo - Dobl" ("The Habanera and the Passo-Dobl") (1936), "Dzhaz - Fantaziya na temy Pesen Dunayevskogo" ("Jazz - Fantasy on Themes of Dunayevsky's Songs") (1938), "Rapsodiya dlya Dzhaz - Orkestra" ("Rhapsody for the Jazz Band") (1943), "Kontsertny Vals" ("The Concert Waltz") а-moll (1951) and other, "Dramatichesky Kvartet No 1" ("The Dramatic Quartet No 1") (1921); the works for piano (1913 - 1952). There are 2130 manuscripts. The manuscripts of I. O. Dunayevsky (mainly typescript). The articles and reviews: "Moya Rabota nad Pesney v Kinofilme" ("My Work at the Song in the Film") (1937), "Pesnya za Dvadtsat Let" ("Song for Twenty Years") (1937), "Dvadtsat Let Leningradskogo Malogo Opernogo Teatra" ("Twenty Years of the Leningrad Maly Opera Theatre") (1938), "Za tvorcheskuyu Strastnost" ("For the Creative Passion") (1938), "Novy Sezon Leningradsokog Teatra Estrady I Miniatyur" ("New Season of the Leningrad Variety and Miniatures Theatre") (1939), "Tri Goda Zheleznodorozhnogo Ansamblya Pesni I Plyaski" ("Three Years of the Railway Song and Dance Ensemble") (1939), "Dekada Sovetskoy Muzyki v Leningrade" ("Ten-Day Period of the Soviet Music in Leningrad") (1940), "Zametki o Pesni" ("Notes about the Song") (1949), "O Sovetskoy Operette" ("About the Soviet Operetta") (1953), "O Lyogkoy Muzyke v SSSR" ("About the Light Music in the USSR") (1955) and other; the speeches at the discussion about jazz (1937), at the conference in the Leningrad Miniatures theatre (1938), at the Soviet Composers Union members conferences (1938 - [1950-ies]), at the All-Union conference of the National Creative Work Houses directors (1945), at the burial of S. Y. Alymov (1948), on radio with the salutatory address to Chinese musician Ma Sytsun (1953) and other; the review about staging of the "V Buryu" ("During the Storm") opera of T. N. Khrennikov (1939), the open letters to A. G. Novikov and M. I. Blanter (1951); the memoirs about G. V. Aleksandrov [1950-ies], V. I. Lebedev - Kumach (1954) and N. N. Sinelnikov (1955); the autobiographies 9 (1929 - [1950-ies]). There are 126 manuscripts. The letters of I. O. Dunayevsky (mainly typescript) to: A. N. Ardi (1951), L. K. Barabanov 4 (1951 - 1952), G. Y. Vechora (1938), M. P. Galperin (1938), R. M. Glier (1941), A. A. Zhdanov (1940), D. B. Kabalevsky (1941), M. V. Koval 2 [1940-ies], (1951), A. I. Nazarov (1938), Vl. I. Nemirovich - Danchenko (1940), G. Y. Nikolayeva (1954), L. I. Oshanin (1954), A. A. Fadeyev (1939), M. B. Khrapchenko (1940), T. L. Schepkina - Kupernik (1948), M. O. Yankovsky (1951) and others. There are 44 addressees. The letters of I. O. Dunayevsky to the theatres, publishing houses, newspapers and magazines editorial staffs, different institutions (1938 - 1955). The letters to I. O. Dunayevsky of: N. A. Aduyev (1936), G. V. Aleksandrov 3 (1938 - 1946), A. N. Ardi (1953), A. A. Ashkenazi (1954), M. A. Bikhter (1938), M. A. Bulgakov 4 (1938 - 1939), with the "Rashel" ("Rashel") opera added libretto; S. N. Vasilenko (1952), G. I. Voldan 2 (1947), K. Y. Goleizovsky 2 (1936, 1937), M. O. Dunayevsky 3 (1951 - 1954), M. V. Isakovsky (1949), D. B. Kabalevsky 3 (1941), M. A. Ladynina 2 (1953), V. I. Lebedev - Kumach (1936), L. N. Lebedinsky (1950), L. M. Leonov 2 (1948), M. S. Lisyansky 2 (1952, 1953), A. Lyustig 3 (1948), L. A. Lyadova (1950), Ma Sytsun [1940-ies], A. A. Mendelevich 5 (1950 - 1951), I. M. Moskvin (1945), Vl. I. Nemirovich - Danchenko 3 (1940 - 1941), I. V. Nestyev (1955), I. A. Pyryev 2 (1953, 1954), A. A. Pen 2 (1954), N. I. Sats 2 (1951, 1954), A. V. Sveshnikov (n.d.), V. Y. Tipot (1941), T. Khanum 3 (1950 - 1954), V. V. Scherbachyov 2 (1939), M. O. Yankovsky 14 (1951 - 1954), B. M. Yarustovsky (1938) and others. There are 106 correspondents. The letters to I. O. Dunayevsky of listeners, composers and poet - amateurs, chorus and amateur collectives leaders, schoolchildren and other persons (1937 - 1955). The dedications to I. O. Dunayevsky on the music of: V. M. Bogdanov - Berezovsky (1933) and V. Y. Kruchinin (1950). The posters of I. O. Dunayevsky's concerts (1925 - 1954), the honourable deeds (1935 - 1947), the agreements with film studios, theatres and publishing houses (1935 - 1955), the deputy correspondence of I. O. Dunayevsky (1938 - 1941), the letters of theatres, publishing houses, institutions (1938 - 1954), materials about activity of I. O. Dunayevsky in the Soviet Composers Union (1938 - 1954) and in the Railway Men Song and Dance Ensemble (1939 - 1942), the certificate of the World Youth and Students festival in Berlin about his awarding the prize for the best song (1951). The articles and reviews about I. O. Dunayevsky - newspaper cuttings (1934 - 1955). The photographs of I. O. Dunayevsky, individual ones and in the groups with R. M. Glier, I. E. Grabar, A. P. Dovzhenko, N. Y. Myaskovsky, Vl. I. Nemirovich - Danchenko, A. N. Tolstoy, Y. A. Shaporin, F. M. Ermler and other 154 (1936 - 1955). The manuscripts of different persons. The libretti of operettas (typescript): "Zhenikhi" ("Fiances") of N. A. Aduyev and S. I. Antimonov (1926), "Solomennaya Shlyapka" ("The Straw Bonnet") of M. P. Galperin (1937), "Volny Veter" ("Free Wind") of V. K. Krakht, V. V. Vinnikov and V. Y. Tipot (1948), "Zolotaya Dolina" ("The Gold Valley") of L. D. Levin and M. O. Yankovsky (1937), "Belaya Akatsiya" ("White Acacia") V. Z. Mass and M. A. Chervinsky (1954), "Syn Klouna" ("Son of the Clown") of Y. M. Pomeschikov and V. Y. Tipot (1950), V. I. Lebedev - Kumach - texts of songs for the "Vesna" ("Spring") film (1947); the poems of A. Argo, M. L. Matusovsky, Y. M. Taits and other (1930-ies - 1950-ies); The "O Dokhodchivosti Muzyki" ("About Clarity of Music") article of Y. A. Kremlyov [end of the 1940-ies], the "Sovetskaya Massovaya Pesnya" ("The Soviet Mass Song"), prospectus of the anthology of L. N. Lebedinsky (end of the 1940-ies), the articles about I. O. Dunayevsky's creative work of A. Pen (1954), the article "Durnaya Traditsiya" ("The Bad Tradition") of V. Y. Tipot [1940-ies].
Dates : 1913 - 1956 гг.
Quantity of Items : 665