“THE CONCERT PRELUDE” OF THE COMPOSER ALEXANDER SPENDIARYAN AS A GENUINE COMMENCEMENT OF THE CREATIVE ACTIVITIES
The creative and aesthetic visions of Spendiaryan were formed and developed in 1896-1900 in the Petersburg warm musical atmosphere under the influence of Rimski-Korsakov's realistic school; certain principles and a taste took roots.
The serious symphonic compositions such as “Menuet” and “Concert Prelude” were created during those years. These compositions along with the romance «Eastern Melody» («Ah, Rose»), already beloved and popular, brought the author fame, heralding the entry of the composer Spendiaryan into the world of the professional composers' art.
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