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us: Oistrakh, David, 1908-1974



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    • us: Oĭstrakh, David Fedorovich, 1908-1974
    • us: Oistrach, David, 1908-1974
    • us: Oĭstrakh, D. F. (David Fedorovich), 1908-1974
    • us: Oĭstrakh, D. (David), 1908-1974
    • us: Oistrakh, David Fyodorovich, 1908-1974
    • us: Ойстрах, Давид Фёдорович, 1908-1974
    • us: Ojstrah, David Fedorovič, 1908-1974‏
    • us: Ojstrach, David F., 1908-1974
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    • Oĭstrakh, David Fedorovich, 1908-1974
  • Sources

    • found: Collier's yb., 1974 (Oistrakh, David)
    • found: Americana, 1973 (Oistrakh, David)
    • found: Encyc. Brit., 15th (Oistrakh, David (Fyodorovich))
    • found: D.F. Oĭstrakh--vospominanii͡a, statʹi, intervʹi͡u, pisʹma, 1978: t.p. (D.F. Oĭstrakh) colophon (David Fedorovich Oĭstrakh)
    • found: Beethoven, L. van. Sonaty dli͡a skripki i fortepiano, 1970: t.p. (D. Oĭstrakh)
    • found: Baker, 8th ed. (Oistrakh, David (Fyodorovich); b. 9-20-08, Odessa; d. 10-24-74, Amsterdam; violinist)
    • found: Grove music online, September 12, 2013 (Oistrakh, David (Fyodorovich); born September 17/30, 1908, Odessa, died October 24, 1974, Amsterdam; Ukrainian violinist; appointed to the Moscow Conservatory in 1934; edited standard violin works and arranged Prokofiev's flute sonata with the composer's approval)
    • found: Wikipedia, September 12, 2013 (David Oistrakh; David Fyodorovich Oistrakh; born September 17/30, 1908, Odessa, died October 24, 1974, Amsterdam; Soviet classical violinist)
    • found: Russian Wikipedia, September 12, 2013 (Ойстрах, Давид Фёдорович = OІistrakh, David FЈedorovich; Давид Фёдорович (Фишелевич) Ойстрах = David FЈedorovich (Fishelevich) OІistrakh; born September 17/30, 1908, Odessa, died October 24, 1974, Amsterdam; Soviet-Russian violinist, violist, conductor, and pedagogue)
    • found: VIAF, September 12, 2013 (Oĭstrakh, David Fedorovich, 1908-1974; Ojstrah, David Fedorovič, 1908-1974‏; Ojstrach, David F., 1908-1974; Oistrakh, David, 1908-1974; Ojstrah, David Fedorovič; Ойстрах, Давид Федорович, 1908-1974; Oistrach, David (David FedoroviЉc), 1908-1974; Oistrach, David FjodoroviЉc, 1908-1974; OЈistrakh, David Feodorovitch, 1908-1974; Oistrakh, David Fedorovich, 1908- )
    • found: Encyclopædia Britannica online, September 12, 2013 (David Oistrakh, in full David Fyodorovich Oistrakh; born September 17 (September 30, New Style), 1908, Odessa, Ukraine, Russian Empire (now in Ukraine), died October 24, 1974, Amsterdam, Netherlands; Soviet violinist)
  • LC Classification

    • ML418.O4
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  • Change Notes

    • 1979-10-03: new
    • 2013-09-13: revised
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