Alexander Rosenblat, classical music composer
(Александр Розенблат) was born in Moscow in 1955. Graduated from the Moscow Conservatory as a pianist and music-technologist. His compositions in the last decade include a Mass for Choir and Orchestra, seven concertos for solo instruments and orchestra, a Sextet for Winds and Piano, "Kamarinskaya" for orchestra, three piano sonatas, the Sonata for Cello and Accordion, the "Beatles Symphony," the Ballet, "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland," "Psalm" for choir and brass, "Memory" for piano and strings, and "A Small House in Kolomna" - a musical inspired by a Pushkin poem. Rosenblat has also written a great deal of theater and circus music, as well as numerous small pieces, songs, and choral compositions.
Carmen Fantasy (after Bizet)
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