200th Birth Anniversary of Stanislaw Moniuszko

Newsletter # 17 (820), April 26, 2019
On May 4, 2019 the Ministry of Communications and Informatization of the Republic of Belarus will issue the stamp 200th birth anniversary of Stanislaw Moniuszko.
 
Design: Yelena Medved. Print process: offset. Colour: multicoloured. Paper: chalk-surfaced, gummed. Perforations: comb 13: 131/2. Stamp size: 52x29,6 mm. Sheet composition: 7 stamps & 1 coupon. Sheet size: 127x147 mm. Print quantity: 49.000 stamps.
 
Printer: Republican Unitary Enterprise Bobruisk Integrated Printing House named after A. T.  Nepogodin.
 
Face value M is equal to the air-mail tariff of a postcard abroad.
 
No. 1304
200th birth anniversary of Stanislaw Moniuszko
M
 
 
Element of protection
(red glow in UV rays)
 
 

 
Stanislaw Moniuszko (born 05.05.1819 in the estate of Ubel, Igumensky district of Minsk province, now the village of Ubel, Chervensky district of Minsk region — died 04.06.1872) was a Belarusian and Polish composer, conductor, teacher, classic of Polish and Belarusian vocal lyrics, creator of the national classical opera and the first national symphonic works.
 
His works are characterized by bright melody, lyricism, simplicity of musical language. His operas and operettas are notable for the skill of creating individual characteristics and constructing mass, ensemble and solo scenes. The source of his musical language lies in Polish and Belarusian folklore (many of his original melodies are considered folk).
 
The jubilee date — the 200th birth anniversary of Stanislaw Moniuszko — is included in the UNESCO List of Anniversaries.

The project was prepared on materials of the National Library of Belarus and the National Historical Archives of Belarus.
 
Colour of the postmark — black.

Special postmark and FDC designed by Ye.Medved.
A special cancellation on FDC will be carried out at the post office No.1 of Minsk (shop Philately, 16 Moskovskaya street) on the stamp issuing day.
 

# 15 (818)10.04.2019 |Postage stamps of 2019|#18 (821)30.04.2019


The images do not reproduce the exact specifications of the project.
 

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