Russian musicians died at 65

Here are 11 famous musicians from Russian Empire died at 65:

Alexander Mozhaysky

Alexander Mozhaysky (March 21, 1825 Kotka-April 1, 1890 Saint Petersburg) was a Russian aerospace engineer and engineer.

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Peter Verigin

Peter Verigin (July 12, 1859 Slavyanka, Azerbaijan-October 29, 1924 Kettle Valley Railway) was a Russian philosopher and peace activist.

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Fricis Kaņeps

Fricis Kaņeps (August 10, 1916 Ventspils-November 30, 1981 Staicele) was a Russian personality.

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Léo Lania

Léo Lania (April 5, 1896 Kharkiv-November 10, 1961 Munich) also known as Leon Lania, L. Lania, Lazar Herrmann, Lania or Leo Lania was a Russian screenwriter, writer, playwright and journalist.

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Mikhail Rasumny

Mikhail Rasumny (May 13, 1890 Odessa-February 17, 1956 Woodland Hills) a.k.a. Mikhail Rasumni, Mikhail Razumnyy, Michael Rasumny or Михаїл Разумний was a Russian actor.

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Valerian A. Frolov

Valerian A. Frolov (May 26, 1895 Saint Petersburg-January 6, 1961 Saint Petersburg) also known as Valerian Frolov was a Russian personality.

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George Sanders

George Sanders (July 3, 1906 Saint Petersburg-April 25, 1972 Castelldefels) a.k.a. George Henry Sanders, Georges Sanders or Greer, Joann & Sanders, George was a Russian actor, composer, singer-songwriter and author.

He died caused by drug overdose.

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Johann Euler

Johann Euler (November 27, 1734 Saint Petersburg-September 17, 1800 Saint Petersburg) also known as Johann Albert Euler, John-Albert Euler, Johann Albrecht Euler or J. A. Euler was a Russian mathematician, astronomer and teacher. He had one child, Charlotte Euler.

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Oleksandr Oles

Oleksandr Oles (December 4, 1878 Bilopillia-July 22, 1944 Prague) also known as Oleksandr Ivanovych Oles or Oleksandr Kandyba was a Russian poet and writer. He had one child, Oleh Olzhych.

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Kārlis Skalbe

Kārlis Skalbe (November 7, 1879 Vecpiebalga parish-April 14, 1945 Stockholm) a.k.a. Karlis Skalbe or Skalbe, Kārlis was a Russian writer. His children are called John Viesturs Skalbe and Ilze Legzdiņa.

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Sergey Urusevsky

Sergey Urusevsky (December 23, 1908 Saint Petersburg-November 12, 1974 Moscow) otherwise known as Sergei Pavlovich Urusevsky, S. Urusevsky, Serguey Urusevsky, Sergei Urusevsky, Sergey Pavlovich Urusevsky or Sergey Urusevskiy was a Russian cinematographer, film director and screenwriter.

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