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Famous Russian composer Oleg Karavaycuk has died at age 89 in St. Petersburg.

The late composer was an author of 17 symphonies.

Apart from writing music for more than 200 films and plays, Oleg Karavaycuk created classical and contemporary ballets by the synthesis of classical and contemporary music.

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2016.06.13 / 21:54
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