Anatoly Kremer

Russian composer and conductor Anatoly Kremer was born on 9 March 1933.

He was known for his film scores - Eksperiment (1970), Klop 75 ili Mayakovsky of 1976 and the 1994 TV movie Nam syo eshchyo semshno - and many operettas and musical comedies. He was chief conductor of the Moscow Academic Theatre of Satire, and a former People's Artist of the USSR.

He died on 1 August 2015, aged eighty-two, following a long illness.




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