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 (bôr′ə-dēn′, bär′-, bə-rə-dēn′), Aleksandr Porfirevich 1833-1887.
Russian composer and chemist whose musical works were based on Russian folk themes and include the opera Prince Igor, unfinished at his death.

Borodin

(ˈbɒrədɪn; Russian bəraˈdin)
n
(Biography) Aleksandr Porfirevich (alɪkˈsandr pərfiˈrjevitʃ). 1834–87, Russian composer, whose works include the unfinished opera Prince Igor, symphonies, songs, and chamber music

Bo•ro•din

(ˈbɔr əˌdin, ˈbɒr-)

n.
Aleksandr Porfirevich, 1833–87, Russian composer and chemist.
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Borodin worked on his opera from 1869 until his death in 1887.
Aleksandr Porfirievich Borodin (1833-1887, San Petersburgo, Rusia) no solo fue un muy talentoso musico y compositor, segun algunos el mejor del Grupo de los Cinco (famosos compositores nacionalistas), sino un notable quimico.
The programme includes pieces by Borodin and Samuel Barber's famous Adagio, plus quartets by Tchaikovsky and Alexander Zemlinsky.
In the first case, Dmitri Borodin, the minister councilor at the Russian Embassy in The Hague, was arrested late one night in October of last year, after neighbors alerted the Dutch police that Borodin, allegedly in a drunken state, was beating his two small children.
The arrest and alleged beating up of Borodin prompted fierce criticism from the Kremlin, with President Vladimir Putin demanding an apology from the Netherlands.
The diplomat, Dmitry Borodin, was arrested by Dutch police in The Hague late on Saturday, and he has accused the police of even pulling his one-year-old daughter's hair as they took him and both his children to the station.