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Can you name the late 19th/early 20th century figures?

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Russian impresario in charge of displaying Russian culture in Paris at an annual production.
A member of 'Les Six' who incorporated elements of Brazilian music into his work, i.e. 'Le boeuf sur le toit' (1919).
The first president of the Reich Music Chamber, but was fired for continuing to work with Jewish librettist, Stefan Zweig.
Famous composer of Russia, whose seamless combination of traditional practices and progressive leanings made him internationally famous.
Pro-Nazi composer that combined elements of neo-classicism with the contrapuntal language of Bach in his music.
Leader of the Reich Music Chamber, which included a Reich Music Chamber, in which all musicians had to belong.
Legendary Russian Ballet dancer that choreographed ballets for Stravinsky's 'Petrushka', 'The Rite of Spring', and 'The Firebird'.
Symbolist composer that often indulged in sonority and rejected Germanic development in favor of static sound blocks.
Head of Communist Party after Lenin's death; criticized avant garde and jazz music.
A young group of French composers that absorbed ideas of neoclassicism, but sought to escape the old political dichotomies.
Student of Rimsky-Korsakov that revolutionized modern music. He used musical traditions from Russia, including rapid changes of meter and frequent ostinatos.
Italian group of composers that created a new type of music based around noise.
Modernist composer who combined Brahm's 'developing variation', Wagner's expressive, chromatic language, and his inner duty to further Germany musical tradition.
Communist politician that believed that art belonged to people and should be loved by the people.
A French composer that strived for conservative, simple music that gained inspiration from the circus, music hall, and jazz. Coined the term 'Les Six'.
Modernist composer whose music was found more approachable by listeners. He became very popular from his expressionist, atonal opera, 'Wozzeck'
Most famous composer of monumentality. His pieces often referenced escaping through nature.
Fascist leader whose anti-semitic views drove countless writers, artists, composers, and scholars into exile.
Cultural Commissioner of the Union of Soviet Composers. The group demanded that music be in support of the Communist party while still being simple and accessible for the masses.
French composer that challenged the ideals of tradition, monumentality and rich chromatic language. He was known for his integration of popular music into his works.
A member of 'Les Six' whose second movement of his Concerto for 2 pianos (1931) evoked a Mozartian style.
Early Hungarian musicologist that looked to folk music for his inspiration and incorporated it into his music.

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