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Cui, César, 1835-1918

LC control no.n 80086152
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LC classificationML410.C96 Biography
Personal name headingCui, César, 1835-1918
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Variant(s)Ki︠u︡i, T︠S︡ezarʹ Antonovich, 1835-1918
Кюи, Цезарь Антонович, 1835-1918
Cui, C. (César), 1835-1918
Cui, Z., 1835-1918
Ki︠u︡i, T︠S︡. (T︠S︡ezarʹ), 1835-1918
Кюи, Ц. (Цезарь), 1835-1918
Kjui, Cäsar A., 1835-1918
Kyui, Tsezar Antonovich, 1835-1918
Birth date1835-01-18
Death date1918-03
Place of birthVilnius (Lithuania)
Place of deathPetrograd (R.S.F.S.R.)
Profession or occupationEngineers
Music critics
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inArkhipova, I.K. Romances to poems by A. Pushkin [SR] 1976: label (C. Cui) container (Z. Cui [sic]; T︠S︡. Ki︠u︡i [in Cyrillic])
Baker, 8th ed. (Cui, César (Antonovich); b. 1-18-1835, Vilnius, d. 3-26-1918, Petrograd; composer)
László Farago-Szelényi spielt Klavierwerke von Franz Liszt [SR] 1977?: label (Cäsar Kjui) container (Cäsar A. Kjui)
New Grove (Cui, César; Kyui, Tsezar Antonovich)
Kont︠s︡ertnai︠a︡ si︠u︡ita dli︠a︡ skripki s orkestrom, [soch. 25], 1975: t.p. (Ц. Кюи = T︠S︡. Ki︠u︡i) colophon (Цезарь Антонович Кюи = T︠S︡ezarʹ Antonovich Ki︠u︡i)
Britannica Academic Edition, viewed via the WWW February 19, 2014 (César Cui, in full César Antonovich Cui (born Jan. 6 [Jan. 18, New Style], 1835, Vilna [now Vilnius], Lithuania, Russian Empire--died March 24, 1918, Petrograd [St. Petersburg], Russia), Russian composer of operas, songs, and piano music. He was a music critic and military engineer)
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