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Nadson, Semyon Yakovlevich (1862 - 1887), a poet

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Nadson, Semyon Yakovlevich (1862 - 1887), a poet. He graduated from the Second Military High School in 1879 and the Paul Military College in St. Petersburg in 1882. During 1882-1884 Nadson was a first lieutenant of the 148 Caspian Infantry Regiment placed in Kronshtadt. In 1884 Nadson was retired on state of health. In 1885 Nadson's first book "Stikhotvoreniya" ("Poems") was published. Many composers (including A.S. Arensky, C. A. Cui, E.F. Napravnik, S.V. Rakhmaninoff, A.G. Rubinstain) wrote music for romances on Nadson's poems. S.Ya. Nadson died in Yalta, he was buried at the Literatorskiye Mostki Necropolis at the Volkovo Cemetery in St. Petersburg. In summer of 1884 Nadson lived at A.N. Pleshcheyev's country house in Starosiverskaya Village (5 Bolshoy Prospekt; the house was not survived).

Margolis, Aleksandr Davidovich

Arensky, Anton Stepanovich
Kuie, Caesar Antonovich
Nadson, Semyon Yakovlevich
Napravnik, Edward Frantsevich
Pleshcheyev , Aleksey Nikolayevich
Rachmaninoff, Sergei Vasilyevich
Rubinstein, Anton Grigoryevich

Leningrad Oblast, the/Gatchina District/Starosiverskaya Village/Bolshoy Prospekt

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