Synonyms for muzgiz or Related words with muzgiz

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Examples of "muzgiz"
The score was published posthumously by Muzgiz in 1947.
Ovsianiko-Kulikovsky: Symphony No. 21. full score, 22.2 x 30 cm 79pp. Moscow, Muzgiz, 1951. 480 copies printed.
The opera was published by V. Bessel and Co., St. Petersburg, in 1876. A further edition was in 1968 by Muzgiz, Moscow.
The full score and vocal score were published by Bessel in 1902 and also in Rimsky-Korsakov's "Complete Works", volumes 12 and 40, Muzgiz, Moscow 1954.
The Serenade for Strings in G minor is a composition for strings by Vasily Kalinnikov. He wrote the serenade in 1891. The composition was first published by Muzgiz in 1950.
The "Dream Vision of the Peasant Lad" was first performed as part of Vissarion Shebalin's performing edition of "The Fair at Sorochyntsi", which premiered in 1931 in Leningrad at the Maly Theater, conducted by Samuil Samosud. Shebalin's orchestration was published by Muzgiz in 1934.
In 1918, the company was nationalized by the communist regime, as were all other music publishing companies, into a division of the State Publishing House. That same year, Boris Petrovich became the head of the musical division of the State Publishing House. The music division, in 1930, was renamed Gosudarstvennoye Muzykal'noe Izdatelstvo (Государственное музыкальное издательство) — translated as State Music Publishing House, referred to by its short name, Muzgiz, then, in 1964, referred to as Muzika (or Muzyka or Музыка, in Russian).