Yevgeny Pavlovich Krylatov (Russian : Евге́ний Па́влович Крыла́тов; 23 February 1934 – 8 May 2019 ) was a Soviet and Russian composer who wrote songs for over 120 Soviet and Russian movies and animated films.
Krylatov was born on 23 February 1934 in Lysva in the family of Pavel Krylatov and his wife Zoya. After graduating from Perm Music School in the Moscow Conservatory (1953–1959), Yevgeny Krylatov studied at once in two faculties: in the class of the composition with Professor Mikhail Chulaki and in the class of piano with Professor Vladimir Nathanson.
Krylatov was awarded People's Artist of Russia in 1994.
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