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us: Lopatnikoff, Nikolai, 1903-1976



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    • us: Lopatnikoff, N. (Nikolai), 1903-1976
    • us: Lopatnikoff, Nikolai, 1903-
    • us: Lopatnikoff, Nicolai, 1903-1976
    • us: Lopatnikov, Nikolai, 1903-1976
    • us: Lopatnikoff, Nikolay, 1903-1976
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    • Lopatnikoff, Nikolai, 1903-
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    • found: Lopatnikoff, N. II. symphonie en fa-mineur, op. 24, 1939: t.p. (Nikolai Lopatnikoff)
    • found: Lopatnikoff, N. Duo pour violon et violoncelle, op. 8, 1928: caption (N. Lopatnikoff)
    • found: NUCMC files (Lopatnikoff, Nikolai, 1903-1976, composer and prof. of music, husband of the author Sara Henderson Hay)
    • found: LC manual file (hdg.: Lopatnikoff, Nikolai, 1903- )
    • found: LCCN 49-53246 (hdg.: Lopatnikoff, Nicolai, 1903- )
    • found: New Grove dict. of Amer. mus. (Lopatnikoff (Lopatnikov), Nikolai (Nikolay) (Lvovich); b. Mar. 16, 1903, Reval (now Tallinn), Estonia, d. Oct. 7, 1976, Pittsburgh, PA; composer and pianist)
    • found: Baker, 8th ed. (Lopatnikoff, Nicolai (Nikolai Lvovich); b. Mar. 16, 1903, Tallinn, Estonia, d. Oct. 7, 1976, Pittsburgh; Russian-born American composer)
    • found: Grove music online, October 1, 2013 (Lopatnikoff (Lopatnikov), Nikolai (Nikolay) (Lvovich); born March 16, 1903, Reval (now Tallinn), Estonia, died October 7, 1976, Pittsburgh, PA; American composer and pianist of Russian origin; became U.S. citizen in 1944; held appointments as head of theory and composition at Hartt College, Hartford, Connecticut, and the Westchester Conservatory, White Plains, New York (1939-1945), and as professor of composition at the Carnegie Institute of Technology (later Carnegie Mellon University), 1945-1969)
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