Yevgeny Krylatov

Yevgeny Pavlovich Krylatov (Russian: Евге́ний Па́влович Крыла́тов; 23 February 1934 – 8 May 2019) was a Soviet and Russian composer who wrote songs for over 120 Soviet and Russian movies and animated films.

Yevgeny Krylatov
Евге́ний Па́влович Крыла́тов
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Born
Yevgeny Pavlovich Krylatov

(1934-02-23)February 23, 1934
DiedMay 8, 2019(2019-05-08) (aged 85)
NationalityRussian
Alma materMoscow Conservatory (1953 – 1959)
Known forComposing music for films
ChildrenMaria Krylatova

BiographyEdit

Krylatov was born on 23 February 1934 in Lysva in the working class family of Pavel Krylatov and his wife Zoya.[1]

Krylatov graduated from Perm Music School in the Moscow Conservatory (1953–1959); having studied at once in two faculties: in the class of the composition with Professor Mikhail Chulaki and in the class of piano with Professor Vladimir Nathanson. After graduating he found himself impoverished, lacking work or a permit to reside in Moscow.[1] He would go on to compose music for more than 150 feature and animated films.[2]

He died in Moscow on May 8, 2019, survived by his daughter Maria.[2][3]

Filmography (selection)Edit

  1. 1961: Absolutely Seriously (Совершенно серьезно) with Anatoly Lepin and Nikita Bogoslovsky
  2. 1968: Film, Film, Film (Фильм, фильм, фильм) with Aleksandr Zatsepin
  3. 1969: Umka (Умка)
  4. 1970: Umka is Looking for a Friend (Умка ищет друга)
  5. 1970: About Love (О любви)
  6. 1971: Oh, That Nastya! (Ох уж эта Настя!)
  7. 1972: Property of the Republic (Достояние республики)
  8. 1973: Looking for a Man (Ищу человека)
  9. 1974: Woodpeckers Don't Get Headaches (Не болит голова у дятла)
  10. 1976: The Little Mermaid (Русалочка)
  11. 1978: Three from Prostokvashino (Трое из Простоквашино)
  12. 1979: The Adventures of the Elektronic (Приключения Электроника)
  13. 1979: Aquanauts (Акванавты)
  14. 1980: Do Not Part with Your Beloved (С любимыми не расставайтесь)
  15. 1982: Charodei (Чародеи)
  16. 1984: Guest from the Future (Гостья из будущего)
  17. 1987: Lilac Ball (Лиловый шар)
  18. 1989: Don't Leave... (Не покидай...)
  19. 2011: Fairytale.Is (Сказка. Есть)

AwardsEdit

Krylatov was given several awards over the course of his career:

  • The People's Artist of Russia in 1994[4]
  • The Certificate of honor of the Moscow City Duma on February 18, 2004[5]
  • Given a Memorial sign on the "Square of Stars" on February 19, 2004[6]
  • Certificate of Honor of the Government of Moscow on March 3, 2009[7]
  • The Order of Honor on June 2, 2010[8]
  • an award from the president in 2015 for developments to Russian art[9]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Soviet composer Yevgeny Krylatov dies, leaving behind beloved children's songs about polar bears, snowflakes, and bright futures". Meduza. Retrieved 2021-11-24.
  2. ^ a b "Умер автор музыки к легендарным фильмам Евгений Крылатов". ITAR TASS. 2019-05-08. Retrieved 2019-05-08.
  3. ^ "Музыка советского детства: как Евгений Крылатов и Юрий Энтин сочинили песню, ставшую молитвой". teleprogramma.pro (in Russian). Retrieved 2021-11-24.
  4. ^ "Указ Президента Российской Федерации от 01.12.1994 г. № 2139". Президент России (in Russian). Retrieved 2021-11-24.
  5. ^ "О награждении Почетной грамотой Московской городской Думы Крылатова Евгения Павловича". duma.mos.ru (in Russian). Retrieved 2021-11-24.
  6. ^ "О проведении творческого вечера и установке памятного знака на "Площади звезд" народному артисту России Евгению Крылатову от 19 февраля 2004 - docs.cntd.ru". docs.cntd.ru. Retrieved 2021-11-24.
  7. ^ "О награждении Почетной грамотой Правительства Москвы от 03 марта 2009 - docs.cntd.ru". docs.cntd.ru. Retrieved 2021-11-24.
  8. ^ "Указ Президента Российской Федерации от 02.06.2010 г. № 657". Президент России (in Russian). Retrieved 2021-11-24.
  9. ^ "Указ Президента Российской Федерации от 24.03.2015 № 141 ∙ Официальное опубликование правовых актов ∙ Официальный интернет-портал правовой информации". publication.pravo.gov.ru. Retrieved 2021-11-24.

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