Moussorgsky


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Moussorgsky

(mʊˈsɔːɡskɪ; Russian ˈmusərkskij)
n
(Biography) a variant spelling of (Modest Petrovich) Mussorgsky
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Noun1.Moussorgsky - Russian composer of operas and orchestral works (1839-1881)Moussorgsky - Russian composer of operas and orchestral works (1839-1881)
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(and in 1994, by a Ballet and Symphonic Orchestra Moussorgsky from St.
Pasa a aludir a la especie de "suavite musicale de tout cela", que le recuerda a Moussorgsky y sus "berceuses" y a algunas paginas muy raras de Albeniz y de Schubert, pero traspuestos al Mediterraneo (?).
Originally composed as a solo piano suite by Modest Moussorgsky in 1874, Pictures at an Exhibition has been reorchestrated for many performing media.
1 and 5, Moussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition and the works of Delius.
A Jewish Song composed in 1867 forms part of Moussorgsky's oevre, and his unflattering portrait of the two Jews, Goldenberg and Shmul, is a familiar section of his Pictures at an Exhibition.
Ivory, apes, and peacocks: Joseph Conrad, Walt Whitman, Jules Laforgue, Dostoievsky and Tolstoy, Schoenberg, Wedeking, Moussorgsky, Cezanne, Vermeer, Matisse, Van Gogh, Gauguin, Italian futurists, various latter-day poets, painters, composers and dramatists.