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Vladimir Shainsky died

Image At the age of 92, Vladimir Yakovlevich Shainsky, a famous composer, People's Artist of the RSFSR, died after a long illness after a long illness, whose name certainly evokes associations with songs about a blue carriage, clouds and a mammoth.

Vladimir Yakovlevich was born in 1925 in Kiev in the family of a chemical engineer and biologist. The relatives of the future composer were far from music, but from a young age the boy studied violin at a school at the Kiev Conservatory. During the war, the Shainskys were evacuated to Tashkent, where Vladimir Yakovlevich continued his music lessons. True, already in 1943 he was drafted into the army, and just during his service Shainsky wrote his first song.

After the war, Vladimir Yakovlevich graduated from the Moscow State Conservatory and worked for several years under the direction of Leonid Utesov. Shainsky tried himself as an orchestrator, music teacher, but his true passion was writing music. His first serious work, a string quartet, he presented to the public in 1963.


The meeting with Yuri Entin, who opened the bright world of animation for him, was fateful for Shainsky. Vladimir Yakovlevich became the author of several hundred songs, known to more than one generation. His compositions sounded in cartoons about Cheburashka and crocodile Gena, Antoshka, Little Raccoon, 38 parrots, Mom for a mammoth and many others. Shainsky also wrote for full-length films, among which one can find tapes "Aniskin and Fantomas", "Finist - Clear Falcon", "School Waltz", "Breakfast on the Grass".

The LostFilm.INFO editorial team expresses its sincere condolences to the family and friends of Vladimir Yakovlevich Shainsky.

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Author: Jake Pinkman