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Who is Alexander Ivashkin?
Alexander Ivashkin, was a Russian cellist, writer, academic and conductor.
- also known as Ivashkin, Alexander; A. Ivashkin
- born on (67 years ago) in Blagoveshchensk
- education: Gnessin Russian Academy of Music
- died on in London of cancer
- albums: "Complete Music for Cello and Piano", "Alexander Ivashkin plays Schnittke", "Complete Works for Cello and Piano", "Symphony no. 7 / Cello Concerto no. 1", "Symphony no. 27 / Cello Concerto", "Symphony no. 4 / Cello Concerto / Missa festiva", "In croce / Quaternion / Ten Preludes"
- written work: "Alfred Schnittke"
- official website: www.alexanderivashkin.com
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by Nicole V. Gagné
Alexander Ivashkin. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2002. Schwartz- Kates, Deborah. Alberto Ginastera: A Research and Information Guide. New York : Routledge, 2010. Scotto, Robert. Moondog: The Viking of Sixth Avenue.
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