Russian musicians died at 66

Here are 16 famous musicians from Russian Empire died at 66:

Ivan Shishkin

Ivan Shishkin (January 25, 1832 Yelabuga-March 20, 1898 Saint Petersburg) was a Russian personality.

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Ostap Vyshnya

Ostap Vyshnya (November 13, 1889 Zinkiv Raion-September 28, 1956 Kiev) also known as Ostap Vyshnia or Pavlo Hubenko was a Russian artist, writer, humorist, satirist, feldsher and visual artist.

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Friedrich Amelung

Friedrich Amelung (March 23, 1842 Kolga-Jaani Parish-March 22, 1909 Riga) was a Russian journalist.

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Nikolai Luzin

Nikolai Luzin (December 9, 1883 Irkutsk-January 28, 1950 Moscow) was a Russian mathematician.

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Władysław Horodecki

Władysław Horodecki (May 23, 1863 Podolia Governorate-January 3, 1930 Tehran) was a Russian architect.

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Eduard Totleben

Eduard Totleben (May 20, 1818 Jelgava-July 1, 1884 Bad Soden) was a Russian engineer.

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Oskar Luts

Oskar Luts (January 7, 1887 Palamuse Parish-March 23, 1953 Tartu) was a Russian writer.

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Alla Nazimova

Alla Nazimova (June 3, 1879 Yalta-July 13, 1945 Los Angeles) a.k.a. Mariam Edez Adelaida Leventon, Alia Nasimoff, Nazimova, Mariam Leventon, Miriam Edez Adelaida Leventon, Alla Lavendera, Peter M. Winter or "Madam" was a Russian pin-up girl, screenwriter, actor and film producer.

She died caused by coronary thrombosis.

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Joseph Conrad

Joseph Conrad (December 3, 1857 Berdychiv-August 3, 1924 Bishopsbourne) also known as Teodor Józef Konrad Korzeniowski, Konrad Korzeniowski, Józef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski, 조셉 콘라드 or 조지프 콘래드 was a Russian writer, novelist and author. His children are John Conrad and Borys Conrad.

He died as a result of myocardial infarction.

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Ivan Pyryev

Ivan Pyryev (November 17, 1901 Kamen-na-Obi-February 7, 1968 Moscow) also known as Ivan A. Pyryev, Ivan Aleksandrovich Pyryev, I. P'ryev, Ivan Pyriev, Ivan Aleksandrovich Pyriev or Ivan Pyrev was a Russian screenwriter and film director. His child is Andrei Ladynin.

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Leonid Hlibov

Leonid Hlibov (March 5, 1827 Khorol Raion-November 10, 1893 Chernihiv) also known as Leonid Ivanovych Hlibov was a Russian writer, teacher and poet.

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Andrei Abrikosov

Andrei Abrikosov (November 14, 1906 Simferopol-October 21, 1973 Moscow) also known as Andrei Abrikossow, Andrei Lvovich Abrikosov or A. Abrikosov was a Russian actor. His child is called Grigori Abrikosov.

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Nikolay Okhlopkov

Nikolay Okhlopkov (May 15, 1900 Irkutsk-January 8, 1967 Russia) also known as Nikolai Pavlovich Okhlopkov was a Russian actor, writer and film director.

He died as a result of heart failure.

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Krišjānis Valdemārs

Krišjānis Valdemārs (December 2, 1825 Ārlava parish-December 7, 1891 Moscow) also known as Krisjanis Valdemars, Christian Waldemar or Christian Woldemar was a Russian writer and politician.

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Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich of Russia

Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich of Russia (April 13, 1866 Tbilisi-February 26, 1933 Roquebrune-Cap-Martin) also known as Aleksandr Mikhaĭlovich was a Russian personality. His children are Princess Irina Alexandrovna of Russia, Prince Andrei Alexandrovich of Russia, Prince Nikita Alexandrovich of Russia, Prince Rostislav Alexandrovich of Russia, Prince Dmitri Alexandrovich of Russia, Prince Vasili Alexandrovich of Russia and Prince Feodor Alexandrovich of Russia.

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Oleksandr Korniychuk

Oleksandr Korniychuk (May 25, 1905 Kiev Governorate-May 14, 1972 Kiev) also known as Aleksandr Kornejchuk or Aleksandr Evdokimovich Kornejchuk was a Russian writer, politician, playwright and screenwriter.

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