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Photo Prince Aralova, the author of the anthem "God save the Tsar!"

47 $33 $
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49433
Country:
Russian Empire
Dating:
1860
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47 $33 $
Marking:49433
Country:Russian Empire
Dating:1860
The original.
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The Russian Empire, 1860's. the photo shows the legendary composer, author of the anthem "God save the Tsar’. Good collection status. Business card. Guaranteed original. Recommended!

history Lvov Alexey Fedorovich (25.05.1798-16.12.1870), chief Chamberlain (1862), the composer, the author of the national anthem "God save the Tsar’. Lviv was popular in the 1st floor. XIX century in many musical and artistic fields. The son of F. P. Lvov, Director of the court singing chapel (1816-37), Alexey Fedorovich received the first home education, and then graduated from the Institute of communications. The first steps in the field of engineering lions made in military settlements, arranged in the Novgorod province. gr. A. A. Arakcheeva. In 1824, after retiring, he moved in S. Petersburg and soon became the aide of the head of the gendarmerie, gr. A. Kh. Benkendorf. Revolving in a musical atmosphere from childhood and feeling the attraction to music, Lviv has made significant progress in the violin and yet, finding the propensity for musical creativity, thoroughly studied music theory. In 1833 imp. Nicholas I wished to enjoy the original music for the national anthem (he previously turned to the music of Handel). Knowing Lviv as a good musician, the king has laid on him this mission. The fruit of inspiration Lviv became the anthem, the text of which is "God save the Tsar’ was written by the poet Century A. Zhukovsky. In 1834 Lvov was appointed aide-de-camp.

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Lvov Alexey Fedorovich (25.05.1798-16.12.1870), Ober-Hofmeister (1862), the composer, the author of the national anthem"God save the Tsar". Lviv was famous in the 1st floor. The nineteenth century in many musical and artistic fields. Son of F. P. Lvov, Director of the court singing chapel (1816-37), Alexey Fedorovich received the first education at home, and then graduated from the Institute of communications. The first steps in the field of engineering, Lviv was made in military settlements placed in Novgorod province. gr. A. A. Arakcheev. In 1824, upon his retirement, he moved to St. Petersburg and soon became the adjutant of the chief of the gendarmerie gr. Ah Benkendorf. Revolving in a musical atmosphere from childhood and feeling attraction to music, Lviv has achieved significant success in playing the violin and after discovering a penchant for musical creativity by thoroughly studying music theory. In 1833 the Emperor Nicholas II. Nicholas I wished to order the original music for the national anthem (previously it was performed to music by Handel). Knowing of Lviv as a good musician, the king has entrusted him with this mission. Inspired Lviv became a hymn, the text of which is "God save the Tsar" was written by the poet V. A. Zhukovsky. Lviv in 1834 he was appointed aide-de-camp.

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