Russian musicians died at 51

Here are 11 famous musicians from Russian Empire died at 51:

Alexander Andreyevich Ivanov

Alexander Andreyevich Ivanov (July 16, 1806 Saint Petersburg-July 3, 1858 Saint Petersburg) a.k.a. Aleksander Ivanov was a Russian artist and visual artist.

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Carl von Clausewitz

Carl von Clausewitz (July 1, 1780 Burg bei Magdeburg-November 16, 1831 Wrocław) also known as Carl Philipp Gottfried von Clausewitz or Carl Philipp Gottlieb von Clausewitz was a Russian soldier, philosopher and military historian.

He died caused by cholera.

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Anton Makarenko

Anton Makarenko (January 13, 1888 Bilopillia-April 1, 1939 Golitsyno, Moscow Oblast) also known as Anton Semenovych Makarenko was a Russian teacher and writer. His children are called Olimpiada Makarenko and Lev Salko.

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Pyotr Pavlenko

Pyotr Pavlenko (July 11, 1899 Saint Petersburg-June 16, 1951 Moscow) a.k.a. Pyotr Andreyevich Pavlenko, Peter A. Pavlenk, P. Pavlenko or Pyotr A. Pavlenko was a Russian screenwriter and writer. He had one child, Andrei Pavlenko.

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Prince Christopher of Greece and Denmark

Prince Christopher of Greece and Denmark (August 10, 1888 Pavlovsk, Saint Petersburg-January 21, 1940 Athens) was a Russian personality. He had one child, Prince Michael of Greece and Denmark.

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Leo Jogiches

Leo Jogiches (June 17, 1867 Vilnius-March 10, 1919 Berlin) was a Russian politician.

He died caused by assassination.

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Vladimir Dmitrievich Nabokov

Vladimir Dmitrievich Nabokov (July 21, 1870 Tsarskoye Selo-March 28, 1922 Berlin) otherwise known as Vladimir Nabokov, Vladīmir Dmītrievīch Nabokov or Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov was a Russian writer, criminologist, journalist and author. He had five children, Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov, Sergey Nabokov, Kirill Nabokov, Elena Nabokov and Olga Nabokov.

He died caused by firearm.

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Andrei Platonov

Andrei Platonov (August 28, 1899 Voronezh-January 5, 1951 Moscow) a.k.a. Andreĭ Platonovich Platonov, Andrey Platonov, A. Platonov, Andrei Platonovich Klimentov, Andrej Platonovič Platonov, Andrej Platonov or Andrej Platanov was a Russian writer and novelist. He had two children, Platon Klimentov and Maria Klimentova.

He died caused by tuberculosis.

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Alexander Grin

Alexander Grin (August 11, 1880 Slobodskoy, Kirov Oblast-July 8, 1932 Stary Krym) also known as Alexander Stefanovich Grinevsky, Александр Стефанович Гриневский, Grin, A.S. Grin, Alexander Green, A. Grin, Aleksandr Stepanovich Grinevsky, Aleksandar Grin, Aleksandr Stepanovich Grinevskii or Aleksandr Grin was a Russian writer and novelist.

He died in stomach cancer.

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Nikolai Tsereteli

Nikolai Tsereteli (October 1, 1890 Moscow-February 6, 1942 Kirov) otherwise known as N. Tsereteli, Nikolai Tseretelli, Nikolai Mikhailovich Tseretelli or Said Mir Khudoyar Khan was a Russian actor and theatre director.

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Boris Shumyatsky

Boris Shumyatsky (November 16, 1886 Ulan-Ude-July 29, 1938 Moscow) otherwise known as Boris Shumyatskiy, Boris Zakharovich Shumyatskiy, Boris Zakharovich Shumyatsky, B.Z. Shumiatskii, Boris Shumiatskii, B.Z. Shumjatskij or B.Z. Shumyatsky was a Russian film producer.

He died in execution by firing squad.

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