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by Judah A. Joffe
Author: Judah A. Joffe
Publisher: Pohl Press (March 15, 2007)
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Home Browse Books Book details, Modern Russian Composers. Modern Russian Composers. Russian musical history is generally a terra incognita to the Western reader, frequently he possesses wrong notions about it, and the chain of influences under which Russian creative music has been developing often appears to the foreign reader in an improper, perverse or distorted light.
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Leonid modern russian composers translated from the russian by judah a. MODE RN RUSSIAN COMPOSERS INTRODUCTION THE present book is Intended for the foreign reader. This has forced certain characteristics upon its structure, style and exposition. The author could not treat certain phenomena with as much detail as might be possible in a book for Rus sian readers who are thoroughly familiar with all the pe culiarities of the Russian musical world and Russian life in general which differ so markedly from the Western European world.
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This is an alphabetical list of significant composers who were born or raised in Russia or the Russian Empire. Els Aarne (1917–1995), born in present-day Estonia. Evald Aav (1900–1939), born in present-day Estonia. Juhan Aavik (1884–1982), born in present-day Estonia. Arkady Abaza (1843–1915). Alexander Abramsky (1898–1985), born in present-day Ukraine. Joseph Achron (1886–1943), born in present-day Lithuania. Ella Adayevskaya (1846–1926). Nikolay Afanasyev (1820/1–1898). Vasily Agapkin (1884–1964).
Judah Achilles Joffe (April 19, 1873 – September 16, 1966; Yiddish: יאפע, יהודה) was a Yiddish philologist. Joffe was born in Yekaterinoslav, Russian Empire (now Dnipro, Ukraine). He immigrated to the United States in 1891.