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Neĭgauz, Genrikh Gustavovich, 1888-1964

LC control no.n 82066776
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LC classificationML417.N34 Biography
Personal name headingNeĭgauz, Genrikh Gustavovich, 1888-1964
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Variant(s)Neuhaus, Heinrich, 1888-1964
Neuhaus, G. G. (Genrikh Gustavovich), 1888-1964
Neĭgauz, Genrikh, 1888-1964
Neĭgauz, G. G. (Genrikh Gustavovich), 1888-1964
Neighaus, Henry, 1888-1964
Нейгауз, Генрих Густавович, 1888-1964
Associated countrySoviet Union
Associated placeMoscow (Russia)
Birth date1888-04-12
Death date1964-10-10
Place of birthKirovohrad (Ukraine)
Place of deathMoscow (Russia)
AffiliationMoskovskai︠a︡ gosudarstvennai︠a︡ konservatorii︠a︡ im. P.I. Chaĭkovskogo
Profession or occupationPianists Piano teachers
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Found inNeĭgauz, Genrikh Gustavovich. Ob iskusstve fortepʹii︠a︡nnoĭ igry. German. Die Kunst des Klavierspiels, 1967: title page (Heinrich Neuhaus)
Razmyshlenii︠a︡, vospominanii︠a︡, dnevniki, 1983: title page (G.G. Neĭgauz)
Chopin, Frédéric. Fortepiannye proizvedenii︠a︡, p2006: label (Genrikh Neĭgauz) container (Henry Neighaus, piano)
New Grove (Neuhaus, Heinrich (Gustavovich); Neygauz, Genrikh Gustavovich; born April 12, 1888, in Elisavetgrad (Ukraine); died October 10, 1964, in Moscow; Soviet pianist and teacher)
English Wikipedia, viewed October 12, 2020 (Heinrich Neuhaus; Russian: Ге́нрих Густа́вович Нейга́уз (Genrikh Gustavovič Nejgauz); born April 12 (Old Style March 31), 1888, in Elisavetgrad in the Russian Empire (now Kirovohrad, Ukraine); died October 10, 1964; Ukrainian-born pianist and teacher of German and Polish extraction; taught at the Moscow Conservatory from 1922 to 1964)
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