Arthur Polonsky

Arthur Polonsky piano sheet music
Artur Moritsevich Polonsky (November 29, 1899, Kiev - 1989, Moscow) - Soviet composer, pianist, conductor. Honored Artist of the RSFSR (1985). His most famous work was the Blooming May foxtrot, published in 1948. In 1913-1916 he played in Kiev street orchestras. In 1917 he entered the Kiev Conservatory, where he studied simultaneously in two classes - composition in the class of R. M. Glier and piano under G. N. Beklemishev. At the end of December 1919, when units of the Red Army entered the city, Polonsky joined its ranks. In 1923 he declared himself as a composer.
Genres: Jazz



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