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- Samuel Moiseyevich Maykapar (Russian: Самуил Моисеевич Майкапар) (18 December 1867 – 8 May 1938) was a Russian romantic composer, pianist, professor of...
- balance beam at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. Samuel Moiseyevich Maykapar (1867-1938), pianist Sergei Polunin, Ukrainian ballet dancer Prince Grigory...
- avant-garde, furniture music Johann Strauss III 1866 1939 Austrian Samuel Maykapar 1867 1938 Russian Amy Beach 1867 1944 American Margherita Galeotti 1867...
- of Eduard Strauss Learmont Drysdale 1866 1909 Scottish composer Samuel Maykapar 1867 1938 Russian composer Amy Beach 1867 1944 American Amy Beach composer...
- (1865–1935) Vasily Kalinnikov (1866–1901) Vladimir Rebikov (1866–1920) Samuel Maykapar (1867–1938) W****ily Sapellnikoff (1867–1941) Julius Conus (1869–1942) Viktor...
- Petersburg Conservatory. His notable composition students include Samuel Maykapar, Mihkel Lüdig, Artur Lemba, and Peeter Süda. See: List of music students...
- archeologist Solomon Krym (1864–1936), deputy in the Russian Duma Samuel Maykapar (1867–1938), Soviet composer Seraya Shapshal (1873–1961), ḥakham of the...
- (Jewish father) Arthur Lourié, composer Oleg Maisenberg, pianist Samuel Maykapar, composer/pianist Nathan Milstein, violinist Shlomo Mintz, violinist Boris...
- Konstantin Savitsky, artist Vladimir Bogoraz, anthropologist and writer Samuel Maykapar, composer Sergey Dmitrievich Balukhatiy, bibliographer, academic Nikolay...
- Sigismond Thalberg. Michele Esposito Alessandro Longo Giuseppe Martucci Samuel Maykapar Leopoldo Mugnone Margaret Meachem this teacher's teachers Chadwick (1854–1931)...
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