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  1. Borodin was born in Saint Petersburg as an illegitimate son of a year-old Georgian nobleman, Luka Stepanovich Gedevanishvili, and a married year-old Russian woman, Evdokia Konstantinovna Antonova. Due to the circumstances of Alexander's birth, the nobleman had him registered as the son of one of his Russian serfs, Porfiry Borodin, hence the composer's Russian last name.
  2. Though far from prolific as a composer -- by day he was a scientist noted for his research on aldehydes -- Alexander Borodin nevertheless earned a secure place in the history of Russian music. As a creative spirit, Borodin was the most accomplished of the Russian nationalists composers. He had a particular gift for the distinctive stripe of exoticism so evident in his most frequently performed.
  3. The Russian composer Aleksandr Porfirevich Borodin () was also a physician and research chemist. He epitomized the group of composers known as the "Mighty Five" and used folk music in conscious pursuit of a "national style." Aleksandr Borodin was born in St. Petersburg. The name Borodin was that of a retainer to Prince Gedeanov; the prince.
  4. Under the influence of Mily Balakirev, whom he met in , Borodin became interested in applying elements of Russian folk music to works for the concert hall and stage. He joined a circle of like-minded composers -- Balakirev, Rimsky-Korsakov, Mussorgsky, and Cui -- .
  5. Alexander Borodin; Composer, Scientist, Educator. Amsterdam, ISBN pp – Oldani, Robert William. "Borodin, Aleksandr Porfir′yevich. Works." |Grove Music Online (subscription required; viewed ) External links. The texts of Borodin's 16 songs can be found at The Lied, Art Song, and Choral Texts Archive.
  6. Borodin, this king of amateur musicians, born in St. Petersburg, Russia on October 31, (Old Style [as are all dates in this paper unless otherwise indicated]), was the illegitimate son of Luka Gedianov and Andotya Konstantinovna; Gedianov had the child declared the legal son of his servant Porfiry Ionovich Borodin. 2 Alexander was a bright.
  7. Alexander BORODIN () The Borodin Edition Symphony No. 1, In The Steppes of Central Asia (CD 1) Symphonies Nos. 2 and 3 (CD 2) String quartet No. 1 in A, Piano Quintet in C Minor (CD 3) String quartet No. 2 in D, String Quintet in F Minor, Serenate Alla Spagnola (CD 4).
  8. Aleksandr Borodin, Soundtrack: Peggy Sue Got Married. Aleksandr Borodin was born on November 12, in St. Petersburg, Russia. He was in fact the illegitimate son of the Georgian Prince, Lukas Gedevanishvili, who registered his son under the name of his serf and payed for Borodin's private education in music, languages and sciences. Young Borodin grew up becoming fluent in German, .
  9. Composed by Alexander Borodin (), arranged by David Curran. Instrumental solo book for violin solo and piano accompaniment. With solo part, standard notation and .