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César Cui

An engineer, armed forces official, and self-taught composer, César Cui was also a perceptive critic. As an associate from the Mighty Couple of composers, he do much to greatly help form Russian nationalism in the nineteenth hundred years. Blessed in Poland, he was the kid of the Lithuanian girl and …

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Valery Andreyev

Andreyev played a big component in revising the styles from the balalaika, domra, and gusli. In 1886, he founded an orchestra of Russian devices in St. Petersburg and toured a lot of Russia, European countries, and THE UNITED STATES using the orchestra. His participation with these devices served to create …

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