Aleksandr Sergeevich Zatsepin (b. 1926) - Russian composer, wrote the music to many popular films. The most famous are the composer's music, written by comedy Leonid Gaidai. In 1956, Alexander graduated from the Almaty Conservatory, piano (teacher EG Brusilovsky). He worked as a music studio designer at Kazakhfilm. In order to write music, often had to come to Moscow, since Kazakhfilm was not necessary conditions for work. As a result, the head of the Moscow Symphony Jazz Victor Knushevitsky Zatsepin proposed move to the capital of the Soviet Union.