Russian musicians died at 63

Here are 18 famous musicians from Russian Empire died at 63:

Vladimir Vladimirovich Sherwood

Vladimir Vladimirovich Sherwood (May 17, 1867 Moscow-June 18, 1930) was a Russian architect.

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Ivan Rerberg

Ivan Rerberg (October 4, 1869 Moscow-October 15, 1932 Moscow) was a Russian architect.

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Nikolay Lanceray

Nikolay Lanceray (April 26, 1879 Saint Petersburg-May 6, 1942 Saratov) was a Russian personality.

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Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky

Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky (February 11, 1887 Kiev-December 28, 1950 Moscow) also known as Sigizmund Krzhizhanovskiĭ, Zygmunt Krzyżanowski, Сигизму́нд Домини́кович Кржижано́вский or Sigizmund Dominikovich Krzhizhanovsky was a Russian writer and screenwriter.

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Mikheil Gelovani

Mikheil Gelovani (January 6, 1893 Kutaisi Governorate-December 21, 1956 Moscow) also known as M. Goldvani, Михаи́л Гео́ргиевич Гелова́ни or Mikhail Georgievich Gelovani was a Russian actor.

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Paul von Rennenkampf

Paul von Rennenkampf (April 17, 1854 Konuvere-April 1, 1918 Taganrog) was a Russian personality.

He died caused by firearm.

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Alexandre Michon

Alexandre Michon (July 5, 1858 Kharkiv-July 5, 1921 Samara) a.k.a. Aleksandr Mison, Alexander M. Michon, Aleksandr Mişon, Alexandre Michon or Alexander Mishon was a Russian photographer, cinematographer, film director and newspaper editor.

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Yuri Lisyansky

Yuri Lisyansky (August 13, 1773 Nizhyn-March 4, 1837 Saint Petersburg) was a Russian personality.

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Nikolay Cherkasov

Nikolay Cherkasov (July 27, 1903 Saint Petersburg-September 14, 1966 Saint Petersburg) also known as Nikolai Konstantinovich Cherkasov, Nikolai Tscherkassow, N. Cherkasov, Nikolay Konstantinovich Cherkasov or Nikolai Konstantinowitsch Tscherkassow was a Russian actor. He had one child, Andrei Cherkasov.

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Konstantin Simonov

Konstantin Simonov (November 28, 1915 Saint Petersburg-August 28, 1979 Moscow) also known as Kirill Mikhailovich Simonov or Konstantin Mikhailovich Simonov was a Russian screenwriter.

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Uzeyir Hajibeyov

Uzeyir Hajibeyov (September 18, 1885 Ağcabədi-November 23, 1948 Baku) otherwise known as Hajibeyov, Uzeyir, Uzeyir bey Abdul Huseyn oglu Hajibeyov or Uzeyir Bey was a Russian conductor, publicist, playwright, scientist, composer and teacher.

His discography includes: Uzeyir Hajibeyov. His related genres: Film score and Classical music.

He died in diabetes mellitus.

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Léon Barsacq

Léon Barsacq (October 18, 1906 Feodosia-December 23, 1969 Paris) also known as Leon Barsacq, L. Barsacq or Barsacq was a Russian production designer, set decorator and film art director. He had one child, Yves Barsacq.

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Nikolai Vekšin

Nikolai Vekšin (May 23, 1887 Haapsalu-January 15, 1951 Norilsk) was a Russian sailor.

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Juozas Gruodis

Juozas Gruodis (December 20, 1884 Rokėnai-April 16, 1948 Kaunas) was a Russian personality.

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Olga Khokhlova

Olga Khokhlova (June 17, 1891 Nizhyn-February 11, 1955 Cannes) was a Russian ballet dancer. She had one child, Paul Joseph Picasso.

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Ivan Pereverzev

Ivan Pereverzev (August 21, 1914 Znamensky District, Oryol Oblast-April 23, 1978 Moscow) a.k.a. Ivan Fyodorovich Pereverzev, Irving Perev or I. Pereverzev was a Russian actor. He had three children, Sergei Pereverzev, Alyona Pereverzeva and Fedor Pereverzev.

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Juozas Tumas-Vaižgantas

Juozas Tumas-Vaižgantas (September 20, 1869 Malaišiai-April 29, 1933 Kaunas) was a Russian writer and journalist.

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Stanisław Dygat

Stanisław Dygat (December 5, 1914 Warsaw-January 29, 1978 Warsaw) otherwise known as Stanislaw Dygat was a Russian novelist, writer and screenwriter. He had one child, Magdalena Dygat.

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