Vesselin Stoyanov


"Composition with Blue, Yellow, Black, and Red" (1922), oil on canvas, 53 x 54 cm, of the painter Piet Mondrian, contemporary of Stoyanov (Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart)


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The musician Vesselin Stoyanov was a author of vocal and instrumental music; was born in Shumen on the 20th April 1902, the same year of the composers Arámbarri y Gárate, Balasanian, Brenta, Brunswick, Chanier, Chemin-Petit, Fere, Giuranna, Jesinghaus, Kalas, Kiladze, Kondracki, Kryukov, Kurzbach, Logar, Lothar, Manschinger, Micheelsen, Mortari, Nastasijevic, Poradowski, Rudnytsky, Savagnone, Shebalin, Suchý, Svara, Szabó. He died in Sofia on the 29th June 1969

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Vesselin Stoyanov


"Jensko zarstwo" was performed on the 5th of April 1935 in Sofia

"Salambo" was performed on the 22nd of May 1940 in Sofia

"Hitar Peter" has been represented in 1958 in Sofia

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