Anatoly Lepin

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Anatoly Yakovlevich Lepin (Russian: Анатолий Яковлевич Лепин, Latvian: Anatols Liepiņš; 30 December [O.S. 17 December] 1907, in Moscow – 24 October 1984 in Moscow) was a Soviet composer.

He graduated from the Moscow Conservatory in 1936, having studied composition with A. N. Aleksandrov, and went on to teach in Tashkent (1936-38) and Kharov (1938-39).[1]

He lived in Riga from 1945 to 1950,[2] and during that period composed the State Anthem of the Latvian SSR.[3]


  1. ^ Ho and Feofanov (1989). Biographical Dictionary of Russian/Soviet Composers. Greenwood. 
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