Russian musicians died at 54

Here are 7 famous musicians from Russian Empire died at 54:

Pavel Shternberg

Pavel Shternberg (April 2, 1865-February 1, 1920) was a Russian astronomer.

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Ilya Ulyanov

Ilya Ulyanov (July 31, 1831 Astrakhan-January 24, 1886 Ulyanovsk) also known as Ilya Nikolayevich Ulyanov was a Russian teacher. He had eight children, Vladimir Lenin, Anna Ilichina Ulianova, Olga Ilichina Ulianova, Mariya Ilichina Ulianova, Nikolai Ilich Ulianov, Aleksandr Ulyanov, Dmitry Ilyich Ulyanov and Olga Ilichina Ulianov.

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Alexander Samsonov

Alexander Samsonov (November 14, 1859 Kherson Governorate-August 30, 1914 Wielbark, Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship) also known as Aleksandr Vassilievich Samsonov was a Russian personality.

He died caused by suicide.

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Mikhail Miloradovich

Mikhail Miloradovich (October 12, 1771 Saint Petersburg-December 26, 1825 Saint Petersburg) was a Russian personality.

He died caused by assassination.

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Fedor Ozep

Fedor Ozep (February 9, 1895 Moscow-June 20, 1949 Beverly Hills) otherwise known as Fjodor Ozep, Fyodor Ozep, Fédor Ozep, Fedor Ocep, Fёdor Aleksandrovič Ocep, Fjodor Alexandrowitsch Ozep, Fyodor Otsep or Fyodor Aleksandrovich Otsep was a Russian screenwriter and film director.

He died as a result of heart failure.

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Jan Potocki

Jan Potocki (March 8, 1761 Kalynivka Raion-December 23, 1815 Vinnytsia) also known as Count Jan Nepomucen Potocki or Jean Potocki was a Russian writer, author, linguist, politician, ethnologist, egyptologist, publicist, archaeologist, military officer, historian and adventurer. He had five children, Artur Potocki, Alfred Wojciech Potocki, Teresa Potocka, Bernard Potocki and Irena Potocka.

He died in firearm.

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Nikolay Bogolepov

Nikolay Bogolepov (December 9, 1846 Serpukhov-March 15, 1901 Saint Petersburg) was a Russian politician.

He died caused by assassination.

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