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Mykola Kolessa Birth name Mykola Kolessa Born December 6, 1903 Origin Lviv, Ukraine Died June 8, 2006(2006-06-08) (aged 102) Occupations composer, conductor, professor Instruments piano Notable instruments piano Mykola Kolessa (6 December 1903  – 8 June 2006) (Russian "Nikolai Kolessa" Колесса, Николай) was a prominent Ukrainian composer and conductor, born in the village of Sambir near Lviv and died in Lviv. His father Filaret was a prominent Ukrainian ethnomusicologist and composer and his cousin was the celebrated pianist Lubka Kolessa. He studied in Prague under Vítězslav Novák and Otakar Ostrčil, and taught at Lviv Conservatory. His works include two symphonies (1949 and 1966), symphonic variations (1931), a 'Ukrainian Suite' (1928), all for orchestra, and 'In the Mountains' for string orchestra (1972), and a number of chamber and incidental works as well as some song cycles. His composition style was tonal and conservative and has been likened to that of Alexander Glazunov. External links Brief biography and worklist at Onno van Rijen's site Mykola Kolessa's works for organ Persondata Name Kolessa, Mykola Alternative names Short description Date of birth December 6, 1903 Place of birth Date of death 2006-06-08 Place of death This article about a Ukrainian composer is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e