Степан Аникиевич Дегтярёв

Born 1766. Died 5 May 1813
Степан Аникиевич Дегтярёв
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Степан Аникиевич Дегтярёв

Biography (Wikipedia)

Stepan Anikiyevich Degtyarev (Степан Аникиевич Дегтярёв) (1766 – 5 May 1813), was a renowned Russian composer of Ukrainian origin of the late 18th century. He was most famous for his nationalistic Russian Choral Music.

His oratorio Minin and Pozharsky - or the Liberation of Moscow (1811) concerned the 1612 liberation of Moscow from Polish occupation during the Time of Troubles interregnum by the Second Zemschina Army led by Kuzma Minin-Sukhoruk, a fishmonger, and Prince Dmitry Pozharsky.

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Preslavnaia Dnesa
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Preslavnaia Dnesa

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Mixed Choir
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Zdravko Mihaylov
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