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David Fyodorovich Tukhmanov PAR (Russian: Дави́д Фёдорович Тухма́нов, was born on July 20, 1940, in Moscow, USSR) is a Soviet and Russian composer. People's Artist of Russia (2000), State Prize of Russian Federation (2003).
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Tukhmanov is the son of the engineer, the Armenian Fyodor Davidovich Tukhmanov and the teacher of music Vera Anatolyevna Karasyova. He had engaged in music under the direction of mother and wrote first piece of music (Lezginka), when he was four years old. Then he finished Gnesins musical school (1958) and composer's branch of Gnesins Musical College (1963). His degree's work was the oratorio for soloists, chorus and an orchestra Distance After Distance, which is based on fragments of the big poem by Alexander Tvardovsky. Tukhmanov is known for the Soviet hits such as Victory Day (Den Pobedy) and other very popular songs (in the end of the 1960s, in the 1970s and 1980s). His first hit was Last Electrichka (1968). In 1972 Tukhmanov has released his first author's album How the World is Fine and further he created an album-suite On a Wave of My Memory (1975). In 1973 Tukhmanov wrote songs and music for TV film This Merry Planet. In the next year he released soundtrack album, which included also other songs. The idea of On a Wave of My Memory belonged to Tatyana Sashko, the wife of David Tukhmanov, and she found classical poems for an album. It was the first conceptual Russian album. In 1972, How Beautiful is the World was released as a trial work.
Some amateurs of rock said that On a Wave of My Memory is a Russian Sergeant (they meant Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart Club Band). I would prefer to recollect «great albums» of Pink Floyd, but I want to tell about another. Imagine the circle and place the tracks clockwise. You will see from right to left and from top to down: Top — Prologue (Voloshin) & Epilogue (Mickiewicz) Top chord — Female songs (Sappho & Akhmatova) Diameter — German poetry (Vagantes & Goethe) Down chord — French poetry (Baudelaire & Verlaine) Down — Shelley, Invisible Counterpoint, Guillén
In January, 1981, Tukhmanov organized rock band Moscva (Moscow) — Nikolai Noskov (vocals, rhythm guitar), Alexey Belov (vocals, lead guitar, keyboards), Dmitry Serebryakov (drums). In 1982 Moscva released an album UFO. Musical critic Yuri Filinov has noted that UFO «is rather far from structure of thinking in Western rock» (though arrangements, instruments, rhythms were modern). Filinov also has defined an album as noncommercial disk. Perhaps, before of these fact Tukhmanov ceased to write songs for the band. In the spring of 1984 Noskov left the band, and soon he recorded Tukhmanov's song Night. In 1985 Moscva recorded Tukhmanov's song XXIII Century. In 1984 and in 1985 Tukhmanov wrote five songs for Alexander Barykin's Carnaval (an album Steps). In the same years he wrote all songs for mini-album of Estonian Soviet pop singer Jaak Joala Love Itself. In 1985 Tukhmanov also has released an album War Songs, dedicating to the 40th anniversary of Soviet victory in Second World War. In 1986 Tukhmanov wrote music and songs for TV film The Travel of M. Perrichon (adaptation of Eugène Labiche's vaudeville). In the next year he has released his second soundtrack album. In 1986 Tukhmanov also organized pop band Electroclub, which released three albums. In 1989, after his work with Electroclub, Tukhmanov created the musical Thief of Bagdad (together with poet and lyricist Yuri Entin). Premiere has taken place in 1990 — in Moscow (theatre Satiricon) and in Sverdlovsk. This musical is directed till now in many cities of Russia. After the disintegration of USSR Tukhmanov emigrated to Germany. In 1995 he returned and wrote together with Entin six cycles of songs for children (he also wrote the hymn of children's animated festival «Golden Fish»). He wrote cycle Square Windows (based on the poems by Innokenty Annensky) too. In 2007 Tukhmanov wrote songs for literary-musical composition, which based on the poems by Alexander Pushkin. CD Long Live the Muses! has released in 2009, to 210 years from the birth of Pushkin. In 2007 Tukhmanov and Yuri Entin finished their second variant of the musical Evening in Copenhagen (on motives of Nikolai Erdman's play The Mandate). Tukhmanov also came back to classical style. In 2002 he created the oratorio Legend of Yermak for big chorus, the soloists and an orchestra. In the end of 2005 he has finished his creation of an opera Ekaterina the Great. Ekaterina the Great (libretto by Yuri Ryashentsev and Galina Polidi) has been directed in the theatre Gelikon Opera under the title Tsaritsa. Premiere has taken place in 2009, in Saint Petersburg. Tukhmanov wrote triptych for a mezzo-soprano and a piano Dream of Sebastian, or Saint Night (bazed on the poems by Georg Trakl). The first performance has taken place in 2007, in Moscow. In 1998 Tukhmanov is invited to musical direction of World Olympic Junior Games in Moscow and wrote music to this competitions. He did the same in 2002. In 2000, when Tukhmanov was 60 years old, he organized jubilee's concert, and he organized author's concert Attraction of Love in 2004. In 2010, when Tukhmanov was 70 years old, Igor Krutoy was the producer of jubilee's concert in Jūrmala. In the same year Tukhmanov has released solo album Tango of Boris Poplavsky's Dreams. In 2012 Tukhmanov took part in jubilee's concert of Lev Leshchenko and in a concert DIALOGUES AT WITNESSES with Andrey Maximov. Not Formatted David TUKHMANOV. In 2013 he has taken part in jubilee's concert of Valeriya. On September 18, 2013, Tukhmanov took part in the shooting of TV broadcast Property of the Republic (“DOstoyaniye REspubliki”; Do is a note C on Russian and Re is a note D on Russian), which has been dedicated to his creativity. TV broadcast appeared on October 6. On the results of voting (by TV spectators and spectators in studio) Victory Day has been recognized as Tukhmanov's best song. See External links
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