Pyotr Petrovich Bulakhov (Composer)
Born: 1822, Moscow, Russia
Died: 2nd December 1885, Kuskovo, Russia
Pyotr Petrovich Bulakhov was a Russian composer.
His father: singer Pyotr Alexandrovich Bulakhov (ru: Петр Александрович Булахов, (1793?–1837), his brother: singer and composer Pavel Petrovich Bulakhov (ru: Павел Петрович Булахов, 1824–1875).
His daughter was the opera singer Yevgeniya Ivanovna Zbruyeva (1867?–1936). (the composer did not formally issued a religious marriage with his wife, so both their daughters were officially daughters of their mother first husband and were under his name.)
Two of his songs were set as piano transcriptions by Franz Liszt. An unidentified "Bohemian Song" was arranged as "Chanson bohémienne", No. 2 of Deux Mélodies Russes, S.250 (1842–43).
All Works: Bulakhov
- Barcarolle (1)
- Burn, My Star, Burn (2)
- Do Not Awaken Memories (3)
- Don't Wake Me Up (1)
- I Met You (1)
- In the Wide-Open Field (1)
- Naduty gubki dlia ugrozy (A dainty mouth pursed in anger) (2)
- No, I Do Not Love You (2)
- On parting she spoke (1)
- Over the Fields, the Clean Fields (1)
- Shine, Shine, My Star (1)
- The Rendezvous (1)
- The Troika Speeds, the Troika Gallops (2)