Nikita Bogoslovsky born May 22, 1913 in St. Petersburg. As a schoolboy he took lessons from Alexander Glazunov (1926-1928).
In 1930, Bogoslovsky entered the Leningrad Conservatory composition class (external studies), graduating in 1934.
He wrote music for 52 drama performances; 58 feature films and roughly 200 songs.
As a conductor, Bogoslovsky performed in Russia and abroad.
Bogoslovsky won many awards and honorary titles.
He died on 4th April, 2004.
Никита Богословский Discography Tracks
- 1 Vocals
- 4 Instruments & Performance
- 441 Writing & Arrangement
- 8 Conducting & Leading
- 19 Acting, Literary & Spoken