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The Glinka State Prize of the RSFSR (Государственная премия РСФСР имени М.И. Глинки) was a prize awarded to musicians of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic from 1965-1990.

To be distinguished from the Glinka Award (of 500 rubles) won in 1900 by Scriabin (for his First Symphony), in 1904 by Rachmaninov, and three times by Reinhold Glière.

Both the prize and the award are named in honour of Russian composer Mikhail Glinka.

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