Lydia Auster

Lydia Auster (1912-1993)

Nationality: Estonian
Born: May 30, 1912, Petropavlovsk Died: April 3, 1993, Tallinn (age 80)
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Date Age Duration Work
1972 59-60
Summer in Käsmu (for violin and piano)
1946 33-34
Suite on Estonian Folk Tunes for Wind Quintet
1947 34-35
Suite No. 1, Op. 16 (for 2 pianos)
1945 32-33
String Quartet No. 3, Mälestusi Turkmeeniast [Memoirs of Turkmenistan]
1939 26-27
String Quartet No. 2
1937 24-25
String Quartet No. 1
1991 78-79
Romance (for violin and piano)
1983 70-71
Four Pieces for Wind Quintet
1985 72-73
Dwarves (for 2 pianos)
1990 77-78
Clarinet Sonata, Op. 45
1988 75-76
Clarinet Sonata
1941 28-29
Ballade-sonata (for violin and piano)
1941 28-29
Ballade Sonata (for violin and piano)

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Nationality: Russian | Soviet
Born: June 11, 1902, Omsk Died: May 29, 1963, Moscow (age 60)