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Gombozbap Tsydynzhapovicb TSYDYNZHAPOV

Gombozbap TSYDYNZHAPOV, USSR Actor, producer and playwright. Producer, Buryat Theater of Opera and Ballet, Ulan-Ude, since 1948; Popular Artist of USSR since 1940 and of Buryat Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic since 1939. Stalin Prize, 1949; Order of Lenin. Member, Communist Party, since 1939.

Background

  • TSYDYNZHAPOV, Gombozbap was born in 1905 in village Barguzinsky, Buryat-Mongolia.

  • Education

    • Until 1917 was educated in Lama monastery. 1927 graduated school of music. 1934 graduated Producers’ Faculty, Lunacharsky Institute of Dramatic Art, Moscow.

    Career

    • 1927-1931 toured with concert group. Co-founder, first professional theater in Buryat Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. Deputy, Russian Soviet Federated Socialist Republic Supreme Soviet of 1946, 1950 and 1954 convocation.

      Roles: Lenin in Pogodin’s “Kremlevskie kuranty” (Kremlin Chimes). Sharlay in Baldano’s “Erzhen”. Othello in Shakespeare's “Othello”.

      Productions: Baldano’s “Dva druga” (Two Friends). Sholokhov’s “Tikhiy Don” (Quiet Flows the Don). Musical drama “Bair”, libretto by himself and Shadaev.

      Operas: Tchaikovsky’s “Eugene Onegin” and “Pikovaya dama” (Queen of Spades). Bizet’s “Carmen”; Frolov’s “Enkhe-bu lat batar”. Korchmarev’s “Ditya radost i” (Child of Joy).

      Chinese play “The GreyHaired Maiden”. Faizi’s “Little Shoes”. Meytus’ “Molodaya gvardiya” (The Young Guard).

      Arbuzov’s “Tanya”, etc. 1936-1948, Artistic Director, Buryat-Mongolian, now Buryat, Theater, Ulan-Ude.

    Politics

    Member, Communist Party, since 1939.

    Membership

    Member, Communist Party, since 1939.
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