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  1. Alexander Sergeyevich Taneyev was a Russian state official and composer of the late Romantic era, specifically of the nationalist school. Among his better-known works were three string quartets, believed to have been composed between 1898–1900. Alexander Taneyev is not well known outside Russia. His name is often confused with that of his distant cousin Sergei Taneyev. A member of Russian aristocracy, Taneyev was a high-ranking state official, serving for 22 years as the head of ...

  2. TANEYEV ALEX. Alexander Taneyev (1850-1918) nació el 17 de enero de 1850 en San Petersburgo, hijo de una familia noble aficionada a la música. Alexander Sergeyevich Taneyev después de cursar estudios universitarios se colocó como funcionario del gobierno ruso. Debido a su aristocrático origen sus padres no querían que siguiese una carrera de músico.

  3. Russian composer. Born in St. Petersburg in 1850 and died in the same city in 1918. He was the son of a second cousin of the more famous composer Sergei Taneyev, though his own father's name was also Sergei and he was a great music lover and amateur composer. After studying at St. Petersburg University, he undertook musical studies in Dresden and ...

  4. Alexander Sergeyevich Taneyev (Russian: Алекса́ндр Серге́евич Тане́ев, also transliterated as Taneiev, Tanaiev, Taneieff, and Taneyeff in English; January 17, 1850, Saint Petersburg – February 7, 1918, Petrograd ) was a Russian state official and composer of the late Romantic era, specifically of the nationalist school.

  5. Alexander Taneyev (1850-1918) Symphony No. 2 Op. 21 (1903) I. Andante - Allegro [ 0:00 ] II. Scherzo [ 10:05 ] III. Adagio mosso [ 14:26 ] IV. Finale.

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  6. Alexander Taneyev (1850 - 1918) - Russia. Biography of the composer. Born on the 1850-01-17, in Saint Petersburg ; Death on 1918-02-07, in Petrograd.

  7. Firstly, Alexander Taneyev is not known in English by the peculiar quasi Germanic transliteration of the Russian. Second the other article has errors in it. For one thing, the author merely repeats Jennifer Spencer's erroneous claim which itself is taken third hand from secondary sources, that Alexander was the uncle of Sergei Taneyev. He was not.