Alexandrov or Aleksandrov (feminine form: Alexandrova, Aleksandrova) is a Slavic surname derived from the name Alexander, which may be transliterated from the Cyrillic alphabet as Aleksandr. The word "Alexandrov" may also have the meaning of "Alexander's".
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Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov (1883–1946), Russian composer who wrote the musical score to the National Anthem of the Soviet Union
Anatoly Nikolayevich Alexandrov (1888-1982), Soviet composer and People's Artist of the USSR
Boris Alexandrovich Alexandrov (1905-1994), Conductor of Alexandrov Ensemble, composer, People's Artist of the USSR, and Hero of Socialist Labor
Constantin Alexandrov (1940), French actor, producer, and movie maker
Grigory Alexandrov (1903-1983), Soviet film director and script writer
Josip Murn Aleksandrov (1879–1901), Slovenian poet
Nikolay Grigorevich Alexandrov (1870-1930), Russian actor, founding member of MKhAT
Vladimir Alexandrov (critic) (1898-1954), Soviet literary critic
Yury Isaakovich Alexandrov, stage director at the Mariinsky Theatre
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Unbegaun, B. O. (1972). Russian Surnames. Oxford University Press.
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