VLADIMIR MARTYNOV (1946- ): UN MÚSICO CONTEMPORÁNEO INTERESANTE
En la Wikipedia puede leerse sobre él:
Vladimir Martynov is a leader of the generation of composers of the Soviet Union, born after World War II, who pursued avant-garde courses at a time when official disfavor of such styles brought severe penalties to career development, but did not carry the physical risks of earlier years in the USSR.
He studied piano as a child and gained an interest in composition. He enrolled in the Moscow Conservatory where he studied piano under Mezhlumov and composition under Sidelnikov. He graduated in 1971.
He used serial (or twelve-tone) technique in his earliest mature compositions, such as the String Quartet of 1966, the Concerto for oboe and flute (1968), Hexagramme for piano (1971) and a violin sonata of 1973.
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