"Flower Clouds" (1903), pastel, 44.5 x 54.2 cm, of the painter Odilon Redon, contemporary of Kartsev (The Art Institute of Chicago)

Alexander Kartsev

Alexander Kartsev


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Alexander Kartsev, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Mosca on the 19th July 1883, the same year of the composers Allen, Bartels, Bastianelli, Bath, Bossi, Casella, Davison, Doelle, Hauer, Hernried, Hrimalý, Infante, Jacobi, Kalomiris, Klenau, Krein, Kunc, Lhotka, Lloyd, Luncani, Lévy, Mandic, Manén, Moonie, Perrachio, Pringsheim, Refice, Samuel, Santoliquido, Toselli. He died in Mosca on the third July 1953

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