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Malcolm Gillies

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Joseph Kerman, Alan Tyson and Scott G. Burnham

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Malcolm Gillies

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Joseph Kerman, Alan Tyson and Scott G. Burnham

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Malcolm Gillies

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Joseph Kerman, Alan Tyson and Scott G. Burnham

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Malcolm Gillies

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Malcolm Gillies

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Joseph Kerman, Alan Tyson and Scott G. Burnham

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Malcolm Gillies

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Joseph Kerman, Alan Tyson and Scott G. Burnham

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Malcolm Gillies

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Joseph Kerman, Alan Tyson and Scott G. Burnham

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Joseph Kerman, Alan Tyson and Scott G. Burnham

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See Schumann, Robert

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Nicholas Tochka

(b Sevastopol, Crimean Peninsula, May 22, 1910; d Tirana, Albania, Oct 6, 1985). Albanian pianist, arranger, pedagogue, and composer. Born in an Albanian-speaking enclave in Sevastopol on the Crimean Peninsula, she received early training in ballet and piano while growing up in a middle-class merchant family. After relocating to Korça, Albania in ...

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Ardian Ahmedaja

(b Moscow, Russia, April 15, 1911; d New Hartford, NY, USA, Sept 3, 1963). Russian composer, writer, and organist. He went to school in Prague and Berlin and studied composition in Leipzig. In 1933 he was appointed organist and choirmaster of the catholic Cathedral of Belgrade, working later as director of the Belgrade-Radio Choir. At the same time, he was teaching, collecting local music in the Balkans, and writing about it. In ...

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Alan Walker

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Pianist and composer, wife of Jesús Bal y Gay .

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George S. Bozarth

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