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2018 | 6 | 387-396
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Геній i втраченa батьківщинa

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This ar ticle aims at presenting the fate of two brilliant musicians and composers – Alexander Koshitsa (1875–1944) and Sergei Rachmaninov (1873–1943). The author of this article traces historical patterns of the tragedy of these genii who were forced to emigrate, could not return to their homeland but made it famous through their phenomenal talent shown in the world. The article analyzes materials presented in the archives of Alexander and Tatiana Koshitziv in Winnipeg, as well as the latest scientifi c research. The author concludes that Alexander Koshits and his choir had a mission of propagating Ukrainian songs and spiritual music in Europe and the USA.
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6
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387-396
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2018-04-20
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