Russian music stars deceased in Natural causes

Here are 1 famous musicians from Russia died in Natural causes:

Mischa Spoliansky

Mischa Spoliansky (December 28, 1898 Białystok-June 28, 1985 London) otherwise known as Michael Spoliansky, Michael Spolianski, M. Spolianski, Mischa Spolianski or Arno Billing was a Russian composer, film score composer, pianist and songwriter. He had one child, Irmgard Spoliansky.

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Mischa Spoliansky was a prominent figure in the world of music during the early 20th century. He was born in Białystok, Russia (now part of Poland) in 1898 and later moved to Berlin, where he became a popular composer and songwriter in the cabaret scene. Some of his most famous works include "Das Lila Lied" ("The Lavender Song"), which became an anthem for the LGBT community, and "Kreutzer kommt" ("Kreutzer Is Coming").

In addition to his work in cabarets, Spoliansky composed music for films, including the British film "The Loves of Joanna Godden" and the German film "Ich bei Tag und du bei Nacht" ("Me by Day, You by Night"). He also performed as a pianist and worked as a music director.

Despite his success, Spoliansky was forced to flee Germany in 1933 due to the rise of the Nazi party. He eventually settled in London, where he continued to work as a composer and musician. He passed away in London in 1985, leaving behind a legacy of innovative and influential music.

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