Russian musicians died at 60

Here are 15 famous musicians from Russian Empire died at 60:

Vladimir Shchuko

Vladimir Shchuko (October 17, 1878 Tambov-January 19, 1939 Moscow) also known as Vladimir Schuko was a Russian personality.

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Leon Trotsky

Leon Trotsky (November 7, 1879 Kirovohrad-August 21, 1940 Coyoacán) also known as Lev Davidovich Bronstein, Leon Trotzky, L. Trotskii or Lev (Leiba) Davidovich Bronshtein was a Russian politician, statesman and editor. His children are Nina Nevelson, Zinaida Volkova, Lev Sedov, Sergei Sedov and Howard Fung.

He died as a result of assassination.

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Mikhail Mikeshin

Mikhail Mikeshin (February 21, 1835 Roslavl-January 31, 1896 Saint Petersburg) was a Russian personality.

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Leonid Ramzin

Leonid Ramzin (October 27, 1887 Tambov Governorate-July 28, 1948 Moscow) was a Russian personality.

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Zinovy Rozhestvensky

Zinovy Rozhestvensky (November 11, 1848 Saint Petersburg-January 14, 1909 Saint Petersburg) was a Russian personality.

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Vsevolod Pudovkin

Vsevolod Pudovkin (February 16, 1893 Penza-June 30, 1953 Jūrmala) also known as Wselowod Pudovkin, Wsewolod Pudowkin, Vsevolod Poudovkine, V.I. Pudovkin, V. Pudovkin, Все́волод Илларио́нович Пудо́вкин, Vsevolod Illarionovich Pudovkin or Всеволод Пудовкин was a Russian film director, actor, screenwriter, production designer, teacher, film art director and film editor.

He died as a result of myocardial infarction.

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Alexander Chavchavadze

Alexander Chavchavadze (April 5, 1786 Saint Petersburg-November 6, 1846) a.k.a. ალექსანდრე ჭავჭავაძე or Prince Alexander Chavchavadze was a Russian writer and novelist. His children are called Ekaterine Dadiani, Princess of Mingrelia and Nino Chavchavadze.

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Vissarion Shebalin

Vissarion Shebalin (June 11, 1902 Omsk-May 29, 1963 Moscow) also known as Виссарион Яковлевич Шебалин, Vissarion Yakovlevich Shebalin, Shebalin, Vissarion Yakovlevich or Shebalin, Vissarion was a Russian composer and film score composer.

Discography: String Quartets, Volume 2 (Krasni Quartet) and . Genres related to him: Film score.

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Jānis Polis

Jānis Polis (January 12, 1893 Burtnieki Municipality-September 29, 1953 Riga) was a Russian athlete.

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Kateryna Vasylivna Bilokur

Kateryna Vasylivna Bilokur (December 7, 1900 Poltava Governorate-June 10, 1961 Yahotyn) a.k.a. Kateryna Bilokur was a Russian artist and visual artist.

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Andrei Moskvin

Andrei Moskvin (February 14, 1901 Tsarskoye Selo-February 28, 1961 Saint Petersburg) also known as A. Moskvin, Andrei Nikolayevich Moskvin, Andrei Nikolaevich Moskvin or Moskvin, Andrei was a Russian cinematographer. He had one child, Nikolai Moskvin.

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Andrejs Pumpurs

Andrejs Pumpurs (September 22, 1841 Birzgale parish-July 6, 1902 Riga) was a Russian poet.

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Max Landa

Max Landa (April 24, 1873 Minsk-November 9, 1933 Bled) a.k.a. Max Landau was a Russian actor.

He died caused by suicide.

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Mikhail Alekseyev

Mikhail Alekseyev (November 3, 1857 Tver-September 25, 1918 Krasnodar) otherwise known as Mikhail Vasilyevich Alekseyev was a Russian politician.

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Grigory Danilevsky

Grigory Danilevsky (April 26, 1829 Sloboda Ukraine-April 5, 1890 Saint Petersburg) also known as G. P. Danilevskiĭ or Grigorïĭ Petrovich Danilevsiïĭ was a Russian personality.

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