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Borodin

[ bawr-uh-deen, bor-; Russian buh-ruh-dyeen ]

noun

  1. A·le·ksan·dr Por·fi·re·vich [al-ig-, zan, -der pawr-, feer, -, uh, -vich, -, zahn, -, uh-lyi-, ksahndr, puh, r, -, fyee, -, r, yi-vyich], 1833–87, Russian composer and chemist.


Borodin

/ ˈbɒrədɪn; bəraˈdin /

noun

  1. BorodinAleksandr Porfirevich18341887MRussianMUSIC: composer Aleksandr Porfirevich (alɪkˈsandr pərfiˈrjevitʃ). 1834–87, Russian composer, whose works include the unfinished opera Prince Igor , symphonies, songs, and chamber music


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It made you write to Borodin and Moussorgsky those cordial letters which pleased them so much.

And was not this restatement of the national character Borodin's great contribution to his age's life?

In 1856, while serving as an officer in the Preobrajensky Guards, he made the acquaintance of Borodin.

As in the case of Borodin we are filled with amazement at the power of work and the versatility in Korsakoff's nature.

In Borodin's style we always find a glowing color-scheme of Slavic and Oriental elements.

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