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Telnikoff, Alexander

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(1967- ), Moscow, Russia. Provides information on the Russian composer and violinist, including catalogue of works, online scores, recording, and diary of events.


The official site of Alexander Telnikoff

Alexander Telnikoff, Moscow born composer and violinist living in the UK.

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