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Nikolay Ivanovich Peyko or Peiko (Николай Иванович Пейко) (March 25, 1916 in Moscow – 1995 in Moscow) was a Russian composer and professor of composition. Peyko studied composition at Moscow Conservatory under Nikolay Myaskovsky, graduating in 1940, then working in a military hospital during the Second World War and teaching at the Moscow Conservatory 1942-1949. After he had been working since 1941-1943 in Ufa at a military hospital, NIkolay worked partly with and was influenced by Dmitri Shostakovich. From 1959 till retirement Peyko was professor of composition at the Gnessin State Musical College where his students included Sofia Gubaidulina and Alexander Arutjunjan. NIkolay was considered as an important composition teacher and taught his students twelve-tone case. Nikolay's first succe

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  • Nikolai Iwanowitsch Peiko (russisch Николай Иванович Пейко, wiss. Transliteration Nikolaj Ivanovič Pejko; * 12. Märzjul./ 25. März 1916greg. in Moskau; † 1. Juli 1995 ebenda) war ein russischer Komponist.
  • Nikolay Ivanovich Peyko or Peiko (Николай Иванович Пейко) (March 25, 1916 in Moscow – 1995 in Moscow) was a Russian composer and professor of composition. Peyko studied composition at Moscow Conservatory under Nikolay Myaskovsky, graduating in 1940, then working in a military hospital during the Second World War and teaching at the Moscow Conservatory 1942-1949. After he had been working since 1941-1943 in Ufa at a military hospital, NIkolay worked partly with and was influenced by Dmitri Shostakovich. From 1959 till retirement Peyko was professor of composition at the Gnessin State Musical College where his students included Sofia Gubaidulina and Alexander Arutjunjan. NIkolay was considered as an important composition teacher and taught his students twelve-tone case. Nikolay's first succe
  • Nikolaï Peïko Nikolaï Ivanovitch Peïko (en russe Николай Иванович Пейко), né le 13 décembre 1916 à Moscou – mort dans la même ville le 7 janvier 1995, est un compositeur et professeur de composition soviétique puis russe. Peïko a étudié au conservatoire Tchaïkovski de Moscou sous la férule de Nikolaï Miaskovski, diplômé en 1940. Durant la Seconde Guerre mondiale il travaille dans un hôpital militaire et enseigne au conservatoire de Moscou de 1942 à 1949. De 1959 jusqu’à son départ en retraite, Peïko enseigne à l’Académie russe de musique Gnessine où Sofia Goubaïdoulina sera son élève.
  • Никола́й Ива́нович Пейко́ (12 (25) марта 1916, Москва — 1 июля 1995, там же) — советский и российский композитор, дирижёр, педагог. Лауреат двух Сталинских премий (1947, 1951). Заслуженный деятель искусств РСФСР (1964).
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