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Vyacheslav Ganelin

Vyacheslav (Slava) Ganelin was born on December 17, 1944, in Kraskovo, near Moscow, Russia. In 1948 his family moved to Lithuania. There he studied piano at the school of music, then at the Lithuanian Conservatory in Vilnius. Ganelin grew up in the times when jazz was officially denounced in the Soviet Union as the anti-soviet art form. He found ... See full bio »

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 2004 Are
 2000 Foreign Sister (as Slava Ganelin)
 1999 Hamichtav Shehegia Bazman (TV Movie)
 1999 Jewish Vendetta (as Slava Ganelin)
 1998 What Fire Can't Burn (Documentary) (as Slava Ganelin)
 1994 The Distance (as Slava Ganelin)
 1994 The Man Who Loves Hebrew (as Slava Ganelin)
 1991 Mat Iisusa
 1987 Klub zhenshchin (TV Movie)
 1987 Vezuchaya
 1987 Pretendent (TV Mini-Series)
 1987 Poputchik
 1985 Uspekh
 1983 Kompanony (TV Movie)
 1983 Srok davnosti
 1983 Yubiley (Short)
 1980 Zaltvyksles
 1979 Shooting Range (Short)
 1978 Komediya oshibok (TV Movie)
 1977 Mainai
 1977 Riesutu duona
 1975 Smok i malysh
 1974 Devil's Bride (as Viaceslavo Ganelino)
 1974 Saduto tuto
 1973 Nightbird
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Alternate Names:

Slava Ganelin | Viaceslavo Ganelino

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