A service of Cincinnati Public Radio  

Dmitri

read how married men cheat why women cheat with married men
why do men have affairs will my husband cheat married cheat
 Kabalevsky
why do men cheat unfaithful wife do all women cheat

12/30/1904 - 2/14/1987
Born in Russia
read how many women cheat on their husbands why women cheat with married men


Dmitri Kabalevsky was born in St. Petersburg, which was then the capital of Russia. He started playing the piano by ear when he was six. In 1918, after the Russian Revolution, the family moved to Moscow, where Dmitri finally started studying music -- including composition.

Kabalevsky lived in a difficult time and place for a composer. In the Soviet Union, the government told artists -- painters, writers, composers, you name it -- exactly what they were expected to create, and how it should look or sound. Kabalevsky managed to make the authorities happy as he continued to compose.

Kabalevsky wrote a lot of piano music, including pieces for children. He really enjoyed writing for children. Other Kabalevsky compositions include songs for children's chorus, and a set of songs for solo voice based on some wonderful Russian translations of Mother Goose rhymes. Of course, Kabalevsky also wrote plenty of adult pieces, including symphonies, concertos, and music for the theater.
women love to cheat read here redirect
husbands that cheat how many guys cheat read here
Dmitri
read how married men cheat why women cheat with married men
why do men have affairs will my husband cheat married cheat
 Kabalevsky
why do men cheat unfaithful wife do all women cheat

The Comedians: Galop


Composed in 1940
Performed by Slovak Philharmonic Orchestra
Kenneth Jean, conductor
Talk to us
We love to hear your comments on Classics for Kids.

Get the Classics for Kids Volume 1 & 2 CD set for your family

Home | This Week's Show | Past Shows | Composers | Games | Music | More | For Grownups
On the Radio | Events | Links | Contact Us
Teachers | Parents | About Classics for Kids | Privacy Policy
©2015, Cincinnati Public Radio, Inc.