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Krylova, E. S. -NS/LKIDM Sviridov, Georgi (Vasilevich), Russian composer and pianist; b. Fatezh, near Kursk, Dec. 16, 1915; d. Moscow, Jan. 6, 1998. After studies in Kursk (1929-32), he was a student of Yudin (composition) at the Leningrad Central Music ColI. (1932-36) and of Shostakovich (composition and orchestration) at the Leningrad Cons. (graduated, 1941). From 1945 he made appearances as a pianist but devoted much time to composition. R. His Oratorio pathetique (1959) was one of the most successful works by a Soviet composer as per the c:0" tenets of socialist realism.
7, 1971. He received his training in Cologne. In 1928 he made his operatic debut as Walther von Stolzing in Aachen. After singing in Essen (1931-33) and Stuttgart (1933--41), he was a member of the Berlin State Opera (1941--49). In 1943 he made his debut at the Bayreuth Festival as Walther von Stolzing, and sang there again in 1944, 1956, and 1957. From 1948 to 1961 he was a member of the Berlin Stadtische Oper, and then of its successor, the Deutsche Oper, from 1961 to 1965. In 1949 he appeared as the Emperor in Die Frau ohne Schaiien at the Teatro Col6n in Buenos Aires.
Adams, La Stupenda: A Biography of f. S. (London, 1981); Q. Eaton, S. Oxenbould, f. :A Tribute (1991); N. Major, f. -NSILKIDM Sutherland, Margaret (Ada), Australian pianist, teacher, and composer; b. Adelaide, Nov. 20, 1897; d. Melbourne, Aug. 12, 1984. She was a student of Edward Goll (piano) and Fritz Hart (composition) at the Marshall Hall Cons. in Melbourne (1914), and then she pursued her training at the Univ. of Melbourne Conservatorium. In 1916 she launched her career as a pianist. In 1923 she went to Europe to study, receiving additional training in Vienna and London.