Sergei Slonimsky

Sergei Slonimsky (1932-2020)

Sergei [Sergey] Mikhaylovich Slonimsky
Серге́й Миха́йлович Слони́мский
Nationality: Russian
Born: August 12, 1932 Died: February 9, 2020, St. Petersburg (age 87)
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Date Age Duration Work
1986 53-54
Violin Sonata
1986 53-54
Cello Sonata
1981 48-49
Musica Lyrica (for flute, violin and harpsichord)
1974 41-42
Sonatina-Allegro (for horn and piano)
1974 41-42
Monolog and Toccata (for bass clarinet and piano)
1973 40-41
Melody (for violin and piano)
1968-1969 35-37 11:00
1964 31-32
Wind Quintet, Dialogues
1959 26-27
Suite (for viola and piano)
1956 23-24
Two Pieces (for viola and piano)

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