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Baza: An ambulance came to Nikolai Dobronravov, but he refused hospitalization – Rossiyskaya Gazeta

Date: April 12, 2024 Time: 21:11:51

As Baza learned, on the night of September 6 doctors came to the artist’s house, but Nikolai Nikolaevich refused to be hospitalized. In addition, on the same day, the composer himself went to one of the Moscow hospitals, where doctors performed “all the necessary procedures” on him.

Dobronravov also refused to stay in the hospital and went home. And ten days later Nikolai Nikolaevich died.

Dobronravov was born in 1928 in Leningrad. The artist is a laureate of the USSR State Prize, the Lenin Komsomol Prize and was a member of the Union of Writers of the USSR. From 1956 until his death, he was the husband and co-author of People’s Artist of the USSR Alexandra Pakhmutova. The star duo has dozens of songs known to literally everyone in our country.

In the 1950s and 1960s, Dobronravov worked as an actor at the Moscow Theater for Young Spectators, playing several leading roles in performances of classical and modern repertoire. During these same years, Nikolai Dobronravov began to professionally engage in literary work, together with his co-author, the artist of the Moscow Youth Theater Sergei Grebennikov, writing New Year’s fairy tales, which were performed in the Palaces of Culture and clubs of the capital. , in the St. George Hall of the Moscow Kremlin. He wrote dramatizations and original works for All-Union Radio musical and children’s broadcasts, works for puppet theaters; They were performed in puppet theaters in Moscow, Leningrad, other cities of Russia and abroad.

Dobronravov is the author of books for children and young people “Desperate, turn away!”, “Holidays are coming”, “The third is not superfluous”, “Hawk Horn Island”.

He worked in dubbing. He played Plato in the 1951 football film “Sporting Honor”, where Oleg Strizhenov made his acting debut. He appears in the role of Komsomol secretary Sergei in Pudovkin’s drama “The Return of Vasily Bortnikov”.

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