Viktor Alexandrovich Uspensky


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Viktor Alexandrovich Uspensky, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Kaluga on the 31th August 1879, the same year of the composers Andreae, Berg, Bornschein, Bridge, Canteloube (de Malaret), Corder, Cras, Doire, Donaudy, Gaubert, Gilbert, Granichstaedten, Grovlez, Haas, Hatze, Kalnins, Laccetti, Lyudkevych, Ostrcil, Respighi, Scott, Shaw, Tigranian, Trunk. He died in Tashkent on the 9th October 1949

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"Farkhad i Shirin" was performed on the 26th of February 1936 in Tashkent

"Farkhad i Shirin" (rev) has been represented in 1937

"Farkhad i Shirin (rev 2)" was performed in 1940

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"Apples and Oranges" (1899), oil on canvas, 74 x 93 cm, of the painter Paul Cézanne, contemporary of Uspensky (Musee du Louvre, Paris)

Viktor Alexandrovich Uspensky

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