Korabel′nikova, Lyudmila Zinov′yevna
- Marina Pavlovna Rakhmanova
(b Odessa, Aug 7, 1930). Russian musicologist. After graduating from the Moscow Conservatory in 1953, she was deputy director of academic work at the Tchaikovsky House-Museum in Klin (1953–7). She was secretary of the ‘Glinka, M.I.’ Central Museum for Musical Culture in Moscow (1957–68) and in 1968 was appointed the leading scientific officer at the State Institute for Art History (previously the Institute for the History of the Arts). She gained the doctorate in 1968. She is a laureate of the B.V. Asaf′yev Prize for Musicologists and co-chairperson of the Tchaikovsky Society. Her chief area of academic interest is Russian music in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Her writings include studies of Arensky, Anton and Nikolay Rubinstein, Smolensky, and the history of Russian musical education. She has written reviews of a variety of books and music editions and examined the problems surrounding musical sources and textology. She has edited a collection of the vocal works of Taneyev and is a member of the editorial committees for new editions of the works of both Musorgsky and Tchaikovsky. She is also the editor of individual volumes for the Tchaikovsky edition. Korabel′nikova was one of the first to study the culture of the first wave of the Russian emigration. Her work is characterized by its reliance on documentary sources and the cultural and historical context, and its reference to genres that are new to Russian musicology (e.g. the thematic and bibliographic index). She has also been involved in a number of international conferences....