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us: Leshchenko, Petr, 1898-1954


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    • us: Lescenco, Petre, 1898-1954
    • us: Martinovici, Petru, 1898-1954
    • us: Martinovici, Petrusca, 1898-1954
    • us: Lescenco, Petru , 1898-1954
    • us: Petco, Boris, 1898-1954
    • us: Martinovich, Petr, 1898-1954
    • us: Martynovich, Petr, 1898-1954
    • us: Leschenko, Pjotr, 1898-1954
    • us: Leschenko, Piotr, 1898-1954
    • us: Leshtchenko, Peter, 1898-1954
    • us: Лещенко, Петр, 1898-1954
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    • us: Lescenco, Petre, 1898-1954
    • us: Martinovici, Petru, 1898-1954
    • us: Martinovici, Petrusca, 1898-1954
    • us: Lescenco, Petru , 1898-1954
    • us: Petco, Boris, 1898-1954
    • us: Martinovich, Petr, 1898-1954
    • us: Martynovich, Petr, 1898-1954
    • us: Leschenko, Pjotr, 1898-1954
    • us: Leschenko, Piotr, 1898-1954
    • us: Leshtchenko, Peter, 1898-1954
    • us: Лещенко, Петр, 1898-1954
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    • found: Tot samyĭ Petr Leshchenko, 1993: t.p. (Petr Leshchenko) p. 216 (Petr Konstantinovich Leshchenko) p. 8 (b. 1898) p. 190 (d. 1954)
    • found: Tango i romansy Petra Leshchenko, c1992: cover p. 4 (Petre Lescenco)
    • found: Proshchaĭ, moĭ tabor--, 1998: t.p. (Petre Leshchenko) p. 2, etc. of plates (Petrusca Martinovici; article from Interpreti din Moldova, 1997: Lescenco, Petru (Petco Boris) pseud. of artist Martinovici Petru; b. 1898 in Isaevo, gub. Herson, Ucraina, d. July 14, 1954 in Bucarest) p. 44 (real name, Petr Martinovich or Martynovich)
    • found: Leschenko, P. Everything that was [SR] p1998: label (Pjotr Leschenko) insert (Pjotr Konstantinowitsch Leschenko; Piotr Konstantinovitch Leschenko; Russian tenor from Kischinjow, Bessarabia; fled Soviet Russian for Bucharest; his recordings officially banned until late 1980s; "King of Russian Tango"; recorded 1934-1937 in London and Riga)
    • found: Malʹchishka, 1936?: label (Peter Leshtchenko; baritone)
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