The Inspired Art.. (1960)

Film-document №5271 1 part, Duration: 0:09:47, Black-white to collection Price category A

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Producer CSDF (RCSDF)

Director: Varlamov L.

Operators: Kazakov A., Sologubov A., Khalushakov R.


About David Oistrakh, a violinist, and Georgy Sviridov, a composer, awarded with the Lenin Prize.

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Lenin Prize laureate violinist David Oistrakh at home rehearsing with his son Igor, talking with friends, performed the final concert of Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto (synchronously), while touring in the city of Genoa (Italy). Lenin Prize laureate composer GV Sviridov says (synchronously) on the establishment of "Oratorio Pathetique", plays the piano (synchronously). Performed "Pathetic Oratorio, soloist (synchronously), A. Vedernikov, conductor N. Rachlin. GV Sviridov thanked the performers. Orchestra bows.

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Copies of newspapers with the message of the award of Lenin Prizes - CU.

David Oistrakh and his son Igor at home rehearsing (synchronously).

Posters about the upcoming concert of David Oistrakh - CU.

D. Oistrakh to his friends about himself.

D. Oistrakh performs final concert of Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto (synchronously).

D. Oistrakh conductor thanks and bows.

Georgy Sviridov at the piano working on a piece, which was based on a poem Bloc "Twelve" (synchronous).

Symphony orchestra, choir and soloist Vedernikov, conducted by Nikolai Rokhlin perform "Pathetique oratorio" in the words of Mayakovsky, for which Sviridov was awarded the Lenin Prize (synchronously).