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  1. Alexander Porfir'yevich Borodin inarguably best known for his membership in the Russian Mighty Handful was a chemist by profession and composed in his spare time. Despite the hint toward dilettantism that might be suggested nothing amateurish can /5(34).
  2. Borodin’s father was a Georgian prince and his mother an army doctor’s wife, and he was reared in comfortable circumstances. His gift for languages and music was evident early on, and as a schoolboy he learned to play the piano, flute, and cello and to compose music. From to he studied at the Medico-Surgical Academy, specializing in chemistry, and received a doctorate in
  3. Alexander Borodin - USSR State Symphony Orchestra*, Yevgeni Svetlanov* 0 0 0 Symphonies 1, 2 & 3, Overture & Polovtsian Dances from "Prince Igor", In the Steppes of Central Asia.
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  5. For anyone seeking the very romantic string quartet music, this is the perfect CD-- romantic almost to the brink of schmaltz, yet irresistibly lyrical. The Borodin is a fluffy soufflé, rich and sugary/5(11).
  6. 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.
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  8. Aleksandr Porfiryevich Borodin was a Russian composer, chemist and public activist. His best-known work is the opera “Prince Igor” (“Knyaz Igor”). Borodin was born in St. Petersburg from an affair between the year-old Georgian prince Luka Gedianov (or Gedianishvili) and a St. Petersburg commoner, Avdotya Antonova.

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