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Rubinstein, Anton, 1829-1894

LC control no.n 80145026
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LC classificationML410.R89 Biography
Personal name headingRubinstein, Anton, 1829-1894
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Variant(s)Rubenstein, Anton, 1829-1894
Rubinshteĭn, A. (Anton), 1829-1894
Rubinshteĭn, Anton Grigorʹevich, 1829-1894
Rubinshteyn, Anton, 1829-1894
Rubinstein, A. (Anton), 1829-1894
Rubinstein, Ant. (Anton), 1829-1894
Rubinšteinas, A., 1829-1894
Rubins̆tejn, Anton Grigorʹevic̆, 1829-1894
Рубинштейн, Антон Григорьевич, 1829-1894
Associated countryRussia
Birth date1829-11-16
Death date1894-11-08
Place of birthOfatinți, Moldova
Place of deathPetrodvoret︠s︡, Russia
Field of activityPerforming arts Composition (Music) Conducting Music--Instruction and study
Profession or occupationPianists Composers Conductor (Music) Music teachers
Special noteNon-Latin script reference not evaluated.
Found inHis Eighteen two-part songs ... c1901.
Arkhipova, I.K. Romances to poems by A. Pushkin [SR] 1976: container (A. Rubinstein; A. Rubinshteĭn [in Cyrillic])
Kalinauskaitė, K. Miniatiūros smuikui [SR] 1985: label (A. Rubinšteinas)
Rubinstein, A. 4ème trio pour piano, violon et violoncello, op. 85, 1871?: t.p. (Ant. Rubinstein) caption (A. Rubinstein)
New Grove, 2nd ed. WWW site, Sept. 27, 2001 (Rubinstein (Rubinshteyn), Anton (Grigor'yevich); b. Nov. 16/28, 1829, Vikhvatintsï, Ukraine (Podoliya), d. Nov. 8/20, 1894, Peterhof (now Petrodvorets); Russian pianist, composer, conductor and teacher)
Diz. enc. universale della mus. e dei musicisti (Rubins̆tejn, Anton Grigorʹevic̆; b. Nov. 16/28, 1929, Podolia, d. Nov. 8/20, 1894, Peterhof; pianist, composer, conductor)
Stern, I. Humoresque [SR] 2004: container (Anton Rubenstein)
Russian Wikipedia, July 2, 2010 (Рубинштейн, Антон Григорьевич; b. Nov. 16 (28), 1829, Vykhvatint︠s︡y, Podolsk province, d. Nov. 8 (20), 1890, Peterhof; Russian composer, pianist, conductor, musical pedagogue)