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Gunst, E., 1877-1950


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  • Fuller Name

    • (Evgeniĭ Ottovich)
  • Variants

    • us: Gunst, Evgenij Ottovič, 1877-1950
    • us: Gunst, Eugène, 1877-1950
    • us: Gunst, Eugen, 1877-1950
    • us: Gunst, Yevgeny Ottovich, 1877-1950
    • us: Gounst, Eugène Ottovitch, 1877-1950
    • us: Гунст, Евгений Оттович, 1877-1950
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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Gunst, Evgeniĭ Ottovich, 1877-1938
  • Sources

    • found: NUCMC data from Columbia Univ. Libraries, Bakhmeteff Archives (New York, N.Y.) for His Papers, ca. 1915-1950 (Gunst, Evgeniĭ Ottovich, 1877-1950; composer and director of the Nizhniĭ Novgorod conservatory before the Revolution; in the 1920s, one of the founders of the Russian conservatory in Paris)
    • found: A.N. Skri︠a︡bin i ego tvorchestvo, 1915?: t.p. (Evgenīĭ Gunst)
    • found: Muzyk. ėnt︠s︡ikl., 1974: v. 2, column 108, etc. (Gunst, Evgeniĭ Ottovich, b. 6/7 (O.S. 5/26) 1877, d. 1938; Russ. composer and music critic)
    • found: Wikipedia, February 12, 2015 (Yevgeny Ottovich Gunst = Евгений Оттович Гунст; born May 26, 1877 (Julian calendar)/June 7, 1877 (Gregorian calendar), Moscow; died Jan. 30, 1950, Paris; Russian composer, pianist, music essayist and pedagogue; founded Moscow Chamber Music Society in 1909; emigrated to Tallinn in 1920, before settling in Paris; co-founded the Conservatoire Rachmaninoff in 1924)
    • found: French Wikipedia, February 12, 2015 (Eugène Ottovitch Gounst; original name Eugen Gunst; became known as Evgenij Gunst before emigrating to Paris in 1920, where he then used Eugène Gounst)
    • found: OCLC database, February 12, 2015 (access point: Gunst, Evgeniĭ Ottovich,1877-1938; Gunst, Eugène; usage: Evgeniĭ Gunst; E. Gunst; Evgenij Ottovič Gunst; Eugène Gunst)
    • found: Gunst, E. Susanne Lang plays piano works by Evgenij Gunst, 2014: insert (Evgenij Gunst, Eugen Gunst, E. Gunst; appointed Professor of Music History at the State Conservatory in Nijni-Nowgorod in 1918; co-founded the Russian Conservatory in Paris in 1924 and was active there until 1931; entry from the Russian Encyclopaedia is incomplete, false in places, and dates his death 12 years too early)
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    • 1992-06-23: new
    • 2015-02-14: revised
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