"The Lighthouse at Two Lights" (1929), oil on canvas, 29 1/2 x 43 1/4 in, of the painter Edward Hopper, contemporary of Bjelinski (The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)
The musician Bruno Bjelinski was a author of vocal and instrumental music; was born in Trieste on the first November 1909, the same year of the composers Bacewicz, Bijvanck, Constantinescu, Cornejo, Doubrava, Dressel, Dzerzhinsky, Easdale, Estrada, Gavazzeni, Hajdu, Holmboe, Horký, Hughes, Kagen, Kubin, Lavagnino, Murrill, Mushel', Nordoff, Orr, Pesonen, Prokopiev, Röttger, Schoop, Schwaen, Siegmeister, Skulte, Thomas, Tuukkanen, Uhl.
project Bjelinski (Deeper articles)
Music examples MIDI ed Mp3 of 1900
OPERE"Pcelica Maja" was performed in 1952
"Heraklo" has been represented in 1969
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