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Harelava, Halina Kanstantsinawnalocked

  • Radoslava Aladova


(b Minsk, March 5, 1951). Belarusian composer. In 1977 she graduated from Smol′sky's composition class at the National Conservatory in Minsk, and since 1980 has taught theory and composition there. She first attracted attention with her Violin Concerto (1979), which while displaying the influence of Shostakovich is notable for its emotive expression and richness of melodic development. In the chamber and vocal works of the early 1980s, she developed themes of the love and life of woman in a Schumannesque vein while employing contemporary modal techniques and modern interpretations of Belarusian folk idioms. Works written at the beginning of the 1990s, especially ...

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