Yuri Abramoviсh Levitin (Yuriy, Youri; Levitine) (Russian language: Юрий Абрамович Левитин) (28 December [O.S. 15 December] 1912 – 26 July 1993 in Moscow) was a Soviet Russian composer of classical music.
He worked as pianist in the Leningrad State stage and the Leningrad Philharmonic Society (1931-1941). After this he managed the musical portion of the theater in Tashkent (1941-1942). From 1942 he lived and worked in Moscow.
His output includes four operas; seven cantatas; two symphonies; concertos for orchestra, and for solo instruments and orchestra including trumpet, clarinet, cello, oboe and horn; chamber- instrument ensembles, including about a dozen string quartets; many songs; and music for films.
- Красная книга российской эстрады. Юрий Левитин
- Shostakovich, Dmitri; Glikman, Issak; Phillips, Anthony (ed.) (2001). Story of a Friendship: The Letters of Dmitry Shostakovich to Isaak Glikman, 1941-1975 at Google Books, page 331. ISBN 0-8014-3979-5.
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