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us: Shostakovich, Maxim, 1938-


  • [Maxim Shostakovich, born 1938, is a Russian-American conductor and pianist.]
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    • us: Chostakovitch, Maxim, 1938-
    • us: Chostakovitch, Maxime, 1938-
    • us: Schostakowitsch, Maxim, 1938-
    • us: Shostakovich, M. (Maksim), 1938-
    • us: Šostakovič, Maxim, 1938-
    • us: Шостакович, Максим Дмитриевич, 1938-
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      Shostakovich, Maksim Dmitrievich, 1938-
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    • found: Shostakovich, D. D. Concertino for two pianos, op. 94. [Phonodisc] 1959.
    • found: Int ww in music, 15th (Shostakovich, Maxim; b. May 10, 1938, Leningrad, USSR)
    • found: Sultanov, A. Klavierkonzerte [SR] p1990: container (Maxim Schostakowitsch) insert (Maxim Schostakowitsch; Maxim Shostakovich; Maxim Chostakovitch; b. 1938, Leningrad; conductor, son of Dimitri Shostakovich; has lived in U.S. since 1981)
    • found: Shostakovich, D.D. Shostakovich conducts Shostakovich [SR] p1997: label (Maxim Shostakovich, conductor) insert (Maxim Shostakovich; Maxim Schostakowitsch; Maxime Chostakovitch; Maxim Šostakovič)
    • found: Vernostʹ, 1971: label (M. Shostakovich)
    • found: Grove music online, Dec. 6, 2012 (Shostakovich, Maxim (Maksim); b. May 10, 1938, Leningard; Russian conductor and pianist, son of Dmitry Shostakovich; settled in the USA in 1981)
    • found: Int. ww in classical mus., 27th ed. (Shostakovich, Maksim Dmitriyevich; b. May 10, 1938, Leningrad; American (b. Russian) conductor; assistant conductor, Moscow Symphony Orchestra; conductor, State Academic Symphony Orchestra; principally conductor and artistic director, USSR Radio and TV Symphony Orchestra; granted political asylum in U.S., Apr. 1981; principal guest conductor, Hong Kong Philharmonic, 1982- ; music director, New Orleans Symphony Orchestra, 1986-1991; address: PO Box 273, Jordanville, NY 13361, USA)
    • found: OCLC database, Dec. 6, 2012 (predominant spelling in 511 and 505 fields: Maxim Shostakovich; first name Maksim used in many recordings from the 1970s and earlier, not with the patronymic)
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    • [Maxim Shostakovich, born 1938, is a Russian-American conductor and pianist.]
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    • 1982-02-26: new
    • 2012-12-08: revised
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