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Igor Matsiyevsky

Igor Vladimirovich Matsiyevsky (uk? ? ?, ru, ) (b.?) is a Ukrainian film music composer and music ethnographer.

Matsiyevsky was born in Kharkiv, Ukraine. He completed studies at the Lviv Conservatory, post graduate studies in composition at the Leningrad Conservatory, and doctorate at the Russian Institute of Culture. He has prepared 5 doctor habitalis and 22 doctorates with graduates specializing in Kazakh, Uzbek, Kyrgiz, Tatar, Azerbaijani and other cultures. He has authored 4 books and 10 collections of his musical compositions. His compositions include symphonic works and the music to 12 films. He has over 150 publications.

He is head of the Eurasian school of contemporary musicology and head of instrumental studies of the Russian Institute for Art History (? ) in Saint Petersburg. Doctor of Art Criticism, academic of the Russian Academy of Sciences, officer of the NGO, International Informatization Academy in Moscow. Merited worker of culture of Ukraine and Poland.

Publications

In Ukrainian and Russian:

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Compositions

Film Music:

  • 1983 - "Believe it or not" (ru: ).
  • 2001 - "Tale of Fedot the crossbowman" (ru -)[1]
  • 2007 - "Chernobyl" (uk: ).

References


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