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Valery Khalilov

1952 - 2016

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Valery Mikhaylovich Khalilov (Russian: Валерий Михайлович Халилов; 30 January 1952 – 25 December 2016) was an Uzbek-born Russian military band conductor and composer. A lieutenant general in the Russian military, he was the Senior Director of Music of the Military Band Service of the Armed Forces of Russia, most famously conducting the massed Russian military bands at the annual "Victory Day" parade held in the Moscow's Red Square a record 14 times. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Valery Khalilov has received more than 143,565 page views. Her biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 16 in 2019). Valery Khalilov is the 97th most popular conductor (down from 81st in 2019), the 51st most popular biography from Uzbekistan (down from 41st in 2019) and the most popular Uzbekistani Conductor.

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Among conductors, Valery Khalilov ranks 97 out of 97Before her are Jukka-Pekka Saraste, Milan Horvat, Daniele Gatti, Nikolai Golovanov, Tomás Bretón, and Willem Kes. After her are Dennis Russell Davies, Antonio Pappano, Kirill Petrenko, John Pritchard, Andris Nelsons, and Ludwig von Brenner.

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Among people born in 1952, Valery Khalilov ranks 345Before her are Anton Lesser, Brad Whitford, Michael Behe, Lee Hae-chan, Wojciech Fibak, and Patrick Strzoda. After her are Rachel Chagall, John L. Hennessy, Jenny Agutter, Karen Shakhnazarov, Benny Hinn, and Art Malik. Among people deceased in 2016, Valery Khalilov ranks 320Before her are Luis Alberto Monge, Hermann Kant, Norbert Schemansky, Alexander Esenin-Volpin, Sándor Tarics, and Alcindo. After her are Caio Júnior, David Padilla, Charmian Carr, Gotlib, Gideon Toury, and Sushil Koirala.

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In Uzbekistan

Among people born in Uzbekistan, Valery Khalilov ranks 51 out of 145Before her are Oksana Chusovitina (1975), Lev Avnerovich Leviev (1956), Yuri Antonov (1945), Umar Shaikh Mirza II (1456), Djamolidine Abdoujaparov (1964), and Oʻtkir Sultonov (1939). After her are Shuhrat Abbosov (1931), Refat Chubarov (1957), Vasilis Hatzipanagis (1954), Inomjon Usmonxoʻjayev (1930), Ravshan Irmatov (1977), and Yulduz Usmonova (1963).

Among CONDUCTORS In Uzbekistan

Among conductors born in Uzbekistan, Valery Khalilov ranks 1