Here are 7 famous musicians from Russian Empire died at 40:
Pavel Koshetz (December 14, 1863 Kiev Oblast-March 2, 1904) was a Russian opera singer. He had one child, Nina Koshetz.
He died caused by suicide.
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Salomėja Nėris (November 17, 1904 Vilkaviškis-July 7, 1945 Moscow) also known as Salomeja Neris was a Russian teacher.
She died in cancer.
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Danielius Dolskis (April 13, 1891 Vilnius-December 3, 1931 Kaunas) also known as Dolskis, Danielius was a Russian personality.
His albums include 1929-1931 Metu Irasai.
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Mikhail Frunze (February 2, 1885 Bishkek-October 31, 1925 Moscow) a.k.a. Mikhail Vasilyevich Frunze, Arseniy Trifonych, Sergei Petrov, A. Shuiskiy, M. Mirskiy or Frunze was a Russian politician and military officer. His children are called Timur Frunze and Tatiana Frunze.
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Kamo (May 27, 1882 Gori-July 14, 1922 Tbilisi) was a Russian personality.
He died caused by traffic collision.
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Alexander Blok (November 28, 1880 Saint Petersburg-August 7, 1921 Saint Petersburg) a.k.a. Aleksandr Blok was a Russian poet.
He died caused by heart failure.
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Julián de Meriche (April 5, 2015 Russian Empire-July 27, 1974 Mexico City) also known as Julien de Meriche, Vladimir Lipkies Chazan, Julien de Meriche y su Conjunto, Julien de Meriche y sus Meriche Girls or Julién de Meriche was a Russian actor and choreographer. He had three children, Ivan Lipkies, Ivette Lipkies and Goretti Lipkies.
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