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Alexander Dulov



Alexander Andreevich Dulov (Russian: Александр Андреевич Дулов) (May 15, 1931, Moscow — November 15, 2007) was a Russian poet, songwriter, bard, and chemist.

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Biography

Alexander Dulov graduaded from Moscow State University with a specialization in Chemistry and worked in the Russian Academy of Science Institute of Organic Chemistry. Dulov started to write songs in the early 1950s. During his career he has written more then 200 songs. Few of his songs were written based on his own poetry, but the majority used poetry of other authors such as Sasha Cherny, Vladislav Khodasevich, Konstantin Balmont, Vasily Kurochkin, Nikolay Gumilev, Nikolay Rubtsov, Anna Kipner, Varlam Shalamov, Daniil Andreev, Yevgeny Yevtushenko, Igor Irteniev, Alexander Kushner, and others. Alexander Dulov died on November, 15, 2007.

Publications

  • Александр Дулов. А музыке нас птицы научили. М., Вагант, 2001.

Discography

  • Ариозо неглупца (2000)
  • Дорога в дождь (1999)
  • Три сосны (2000)
  • Наш разговор
 
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