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us: Fitzenhagen, Wilhelm, 1848-1890


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    • us: Fitzenhagen, W. (Wilhelm), 1848-1890
    • us: Fitzenhagen, V., 1848-1890
    • us: Fitt͡sengagen, V. F., 1848-1890
    • us: Fitzenhagen, Karl Friedrich Wilhelm, 1848-1890
    • us: Фитценгаген, Вильгельм Федорович, 1848-1890
    • us: Fitt͡sengagen, Vilʹgelʹm Fedorovich, 1848-1890
  • Variants

    • us: Fitzenhagen, W. (Wilhelm), 1848-1890
    • us: Fitzenhagen, V., 1848-1890
    • us: Fitt͡sengagen, V. F., 1848-1890
    • us: Fitzenhagen, Karl Friedrich Wilhelm, 1848-1890
    • us: Фитценгаген, Вильгельм Федорович, 1848-1890
    • us: Fitt͡sengagen, Vilʹgelʹm Fedorovich, 1848-1890
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1848-09-15
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1890-02-14
    • Birth Place

        (naf) Seesen (Lower Saxony, Germany)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Moscow (Russia)
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Germany
    • Gender

        male
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    • found: His Ave Maria, c1978: cover (Wilhelm Fitzenhagen)
    • found: Romberg, B. Pièces célèbres, 19--: t.p. (W. Fitzenhagen)
    • found: His Die Spinnerin, c1988: t.p. (Wilhelm K.F. Fitzenhagen)
    • found: His Suite für das Violoncello-Solo mit Begleitung der Orchesters oder des Pianoforte, op. 62, 19--?: t.p. (Wilhelm Karl Friedrich Fitzenhagen)
    • found: Tchaikovsky, P. Proizvedenii͡a dli͡a violoncheli s orkestrom [SR] 1989: container (V. Fitzenhagen; V.F. Fitt͡sengagen)
    • found: Baker, 8th ed. (Fitzenhagen, (Karl Friedrich) Wilhelm; b. 9/15/1848, Seesen; d. 2/14/1890, Moscow; German cellist and pedagogue)
    • found: I͡Andeks.slovari WWW site, January 20, 2016: Muzykal'nyīĭ slovar (Фитценгаген (Fitzenhagen), Вильгельм Федорович = FitЋtЌsengagen, Vilgelm Fedorovich; born September 3 [Julian calendar], 1848, Braunschweig, died April 2 [Julian calendar], 1890, Moscow; cellist and cello teacher, composer)
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    • 1993-05-13: new
    • 2016-01-21: revised
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