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Byambasuren Sharav is a prominent figure of the second generation of the modern Mongolian music scene, and a renowned composer who is a recipient of the highest state award -the Chinggis Khan medal, Hero of the labor, as well as the Mongolia State award and State Honored Artist recognitions.
Byambasuren Sharav was born in 1952 in the Jargalantkhaan sum of Khentii province. He grew up among the children of the rural area, engaging in herding from a young age and completing his primary and secondary education. In 1972, he attended the Teachers' Training School in Ulaanbaatar, specializing in music education. In 1983, he entered the Ural State Conservatory in Sverdlovsk, Russia, named after the Russian composer, Modest Mussorgsky. Sharav studied composition under the guidance of esteemed teachers B.D. Gibalin and N.M. Puzey, eventually graduating with a degree in music composition.
From a young age, Sharav absorbed the unique elements of traditional Mongolian music, such as giingoo (song sung by racehorse riders), marzai (cheering song for racing horses), urtyn duu (long song), and morin-khuur (horse-head fiddle) tunes. He brilliantly transformed these folk music elements into symphonic music and, as a pioneering Mongolian composer, successfully introduced a new page to the world’s music.