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date: 21 August 2019

Dütsch [Dyutsh], Georgy Ottonovichlocked

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(b St Petersburg, 8/Jan 20, 1857; d St Petersburg, 16/Sept 28, 1891). Russian conductor and folksong collector, son of Otto Johann Anton Dütsch. He studied at the St Petersburg Conservatory (1866–75). After Borodin’s death he assisted with the preparation for publication of the vocal score of Prince Igor. From 1886 he was principal conductor of Belyayev’s Russian Public Symphony Concerts, and from 1889 he was in charge of the orchestral class at the conservatory. In 1886 he collected the music of 114 folksongs, Pesni russkogo naroda, sobrannïye v guberniyakh Arkhangel′skoy i Olonetskoy v 1886 godu (‘Songs of the Russian people, collected in the Arkhangel and Olonets governments in 1886’); F.M. Istomin was responsible for the words, and the collection was published in St Petersburg in 1894. Later, Balakirev, Rachmaninoff and Prokofiev all made arrangements of songs in his edition.

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