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Lysenko, Mykola Vitaliĭovych, 1842-1912

LC control no.n 80014382
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationML410.L983 Biography
Personal name headingLysenko, Mykola Vitaliĭovych, 1842-1912
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Variant(s)Lisenko, Nikolaĭ Vitalʹevich, 1842-1912
Lïsenko, Nikolay Vital'yevich, 1842-1912
Lissenko, M., 1842-1912
Lissenko, N., 1842-1912
Lysenko, M. (Mykola), 1842-1912
Lysenko, Mykola, 1842-1912
Lysenko, N., 1842-1912
Lysenko, Nikolaĭ, 1842-1912
Lysenko, Nikolaĭ Vitalʹevich, 1842-1912
Lyssenko, N., 1842-1912
Лисенко, Микола Віталійович, 1842-1912
Associated countryUkraine
Birth date1842-03-10
1842-03-22
Death date1912-10-24
1912-11-06
Place of birthHrynky (Ukraine)
Place of deathKiev (Ukraine)
Field of activityFolk songs Composition (Music) Conducting
Art music
Profession or occupationComposers Pianists Conductors (Music)
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inAndrii︠e︡vsʹkyĭ, V. Mykola Lysenko, 1942.
Bulat, T. P. Nikolaĭ Lysenko, 1981: t.p. (Nikolaĭ Lysenko)
Quartet for two violins, viola, and cello in D minor [SR] 1982: label (M. Lysenko) container (M. Lissenko)
Taras Bulba [SR] 1981: label (N. Lissenko) container (N. Lysenko)
Grovemusic WWW site, May 30, 2002 (Lysenko, Mykola Vytaliyovych (Lïsenko, Nikolay Vital'yevich); b. Mar. 10/22, 1842, Hrynky, near Kremenchug, Poltava district, d. Oct. 24/Nov. 6, 1912, Kiev; Ukrainian composer, pianist, conductor, and folksong collector)
Associated languageukr