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Glinka State Prize of the RSFSR

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Subject: Dmitri Shostakovich, Sviatoslav Richter, Kirill Kondrashin, Reinhold Glière, Lev Oborin, State Prizes of the Soviet Republics, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Viktor Tretiakov, Elena Obraztsova, Valery Gavrilin
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Glinka State Prize of the RSFSR

The Glinka State Prize of the RSFSR (Государственная премия РСФСР имени М.И. Глинки) was a prize awarded to musicians of the Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic from 1965-1990.

To be distinguished from the Glinka Award (of 500 rubles) won in 1904 by Rachmaninov, and three times by Reinhold Glière.

Partial list of recipients


See also

  • Glinka singing competition (Dmitri Hvorostovsky in 1987
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