Ivan Kondratyev

Ivan Kondratyev piano sheet music
Ivan Kuzmich Kondratyev (Russian: Иван Кузьмич Кондратьев, Belarusian: Іван Кузьміч Кандрацьеў) (21 June [O.S. 9 June] 1849 in Belarus – 1 June [O.S. 11 May] 1904 in Moscow) was a Russian Empire writer, playwright and poet. According to Ivan Belousov, Kondratyev was a member of Vasily Surikov's circle. Kondratyev authored a novel called Saltychikha (Russian: Салтычиха), numerous short stories, plays, poetry (The Death of Attilla, Pushkin and the Gypsy, Stenka Razin's Feast), historical essays (The grey olden times of Moscow, Russian: Седая старина Москвы) and translations, as well as two collections: Думы и были (Thoughts and True Stories, Moscow, 1884) and Под шум дубрав. Песни. Думы. Былины.
Genres: Romance



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