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Abramsky, Alexander

Abramsky, Alexander, Russian composer; b. Lutsk, Jan. 22, 1898; d. Moscow, Aug. 29, 1985. He studied at the Moscow Cons, (graduated, 1926). Among his works were the opera Laylikhon and Anarkhon (1943), a Piano Concerto (1941), and choral pieces, including the cantata Land of the Silent Lake (1971).

—Nicolas Slonimsky/Laura Kuhn/Dennis McIntire

Abramsky, Alexander

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