Russian musicians died because of Cerebral hemorrhage

Here are 1 famous musicians from Russian Empire died in Cerebral hemorrhage:

Sergei Prokofiev

Sergei Prokofiev (April 23, 1891 Donetsk Oblast-March 5, 1953 Moscow) a.k.a. Serge Prokofieff, Serge Prokofiev, Sergej Prokofjev, Sergey Prokofiev, Prokofieff, Prokofiev, Sergey Sergeyevich Prokofiev, Sergej Sergeevič Prokof'ev, Serge Prokofjev, Sergej Prokofjew, Sergei Prokofief, Prokofief, S. Prokofiev, Serghei Prokofiev, Serge Prokofjew, Prokofiev Sergei, Sergei Sergeyevich Prokofiev, Prokofiev, Sergei Sergeyevich, Sergei Prokofjew, S. Prokof'ev, Serguei Prokofiev or Prokefiev was a Russian composer, pianist and conductor. He had two children, Oleg Prokofiev and Sviatoslav Prokofiev.

His albums include Cinderella (Cleveland Orchestra feat. conductor: Vladimir Ashkenazy), Violin Concertos: No. 1 in D major, Op. 19 / No. 2 in G minor, Op. 63, Violin Concertos Nos. 1, 2, Legendary Conductors: Dimitri Mitropoulos (New York Philharmonic Orchestra), Romeo and Juliet Suites Nos. 1, 2 (Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra feat. conductor: Mariss Jansons), Peter and the Wolf / Classical Symphony / Overture on Hebrew Themes / March, Roger Woodward Plays Prokofiev, The Fiery Angel, The Prodigal Son / Divertimento / Andante, Op. 29bis / Symphonic Song and Complete Solo Piano Music, Volume 1 (György Sándor). His related genres: 20th-century classical music, Ballet, Film score, Opera, Art song, Ballet and Classical music.

Prokofiev was born in Ukraine in 1891 and began playing the piano at a very young age. He attended the St. Petersburg Conservatory where he studied composition and piano. He gained fame in the early 1900s for his avant-garde style, but it wasn't until the 1920s that his music gained widespread popularity. Prokofiev composed numerous works, including operas, ballets, symphonies, and film scores, many of which remain popular today. He moved to the United States in 1918, but returned to the Soviet Union in the 1930s. His later works were heavily influenced by the Soviet government's desire for patriotic music. Despite this, Prokofiev is still regarded as one of the most influential composers of the 20th century. He died on March 5, 1953, the same day as Joseph Stalin, and his death was somewhat overshadowed by the news of Stalin's passing.

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