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Sergei Rachmaninoff

Rach·ma·ni·noff

 (räk-mä′nə-nôf′, räKH-, rəKH-mä′nyĭ-nəf), Sergei Vasilievich 1873-1943.
Russian-born composer. A virtuoso pianist, he excelled at the interpretation of the late Romantic composers. His own compositions continue and extend Romantic music.

Rachmaninoff

(rækˈmænɪˌnɒf; Russian raxˈmaninəf) or

Rachmaninov

n
(Biography) Sergei Vassilievich (sɪrˈɡjej vaˈsiljɪvitʃ). 1873–1943, Russian piano virtuoso and composer

Rach•ma•ni•noff

or Rach•ma•ni•nov

(rɑxˈmɑ nəˌnɔf, -ˌnɒf, rɑk-)

n.
Sergei Wassilievitch, 1873–1943, Russian pianist and composer.
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La troisieme communication etait consacree au projet de numerisation realise en partenariat par deux institutions : << Creation of a digitised archive of Sergey Rachmaninoff manuscripts : Co-operation project of the Glinka National Museum Consortium of Musical Culture (Russia) and the Library of Congress (USA) >>.