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Uncle Dave told you that this waltz dates from 1903-1905 and became 
popular 
in Russia during the war with Japan.  You have nominated someone with a 
similar name who couldm't have composed it until the '40s.  That's not 
very 
helpful.

I would put my money on Steve Smolian and suggest that Dave Lewis should 
find a copy of Danube waves and listen to it.

SA

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Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Assistance Please with Russian Waltz


Lajos Kiss was Hungarian, it seems. I would think it more likely this 
person:

Kuss, Margarita Ivanova, 1921-

The first initial is the same, and she is on OCLC
with a couple of scores and a recording of songs. But no waltzes.

Alec

At 02:56 PM 5/21/2007, Steven Smolian wrote:
>It's probably Lajos Kiss.  Danube Waves?
>
>Steve Smolian
>
>----- Original Message ----- From: "David Lewis" <[log in to unmask]>
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>Sent: Monday, May 21, 2007 2:21 PM
>Subject: [ARSCLIST] Assistance Please with Russian Waltz
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>Arsclisters,
>
>I am having an awful time trying to nail down the author of a Russian 
>waltz,
>title transliterated as "Amurskiye volnī" but translated variously as 
>"Waves
>of the Amur River Waltz" or "Amur's Waves - Waltz" and almost anything in
>between.
>It is often identified as "Russian Traditional," but the composer's first
>initial is "M." and the last name variously given as "Kuss," "Cuess,"
>"Guess," - in cyrillic it is "Kiocc."
>What I'd like to find is a standardized spelling of the composer's name, 
>the
>full surname and birth/death dates if possible. I understand that this is 
a
>very popular waltz in Russia, and it emerged during the Russo-Japanese 
War;
>one site provided the lyrics and dated the work to "1903-05," but alas,
>provided no composer name.
>
>David N. Lewis
>Assistant Classical Editor, All Music Guide
>1168 Oak Valley Dr.
>Ann Arbor, MI 48108
>734 887 8145
>
>"Never treat an audience as customers-always treat them as partners." - 
Ted
>Healy
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>  It made my day.
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>  Karl
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