[buh-lah-kuh-ruh f; Russian buh-lah-kyir-yif]
- Mi·li A·lek·se·e·vich [mee-lee al-ik-sey-uh-vich; Russian mee-lee uhl-yik-syey-yiv-yich] /ˈmi li ˌæl ɪkˈseɪ ə vɪtʃ; Russian ˈmi li ʌl yɪkˈsyeɪ yɪv yɪtʃ/, 1837–1910, Russian composer.
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Balakirev was distressed at this interruption to Rimskys musical career.
If, on this account, we are thought to have separated from Balakirev, fortunately it is not the case.
Cui first met Balakirev in 1856, and was introduced by him to Dargomijsky.
He accepted, and named Laroche and Balakirev as his coadjutors.
I have had a letter from Balakirev scolding me because I am doing nothing.
- Mily Alexeyevich (ˈmilij alɪkˈsjejɪvitʃ). 1837–1910, Russian composer, whose works include two symphonic poems, two symphonies, and many arrangements of Russian folk songs
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