Igor Oistrakh

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Igor Davidovich Oistrakh (Russian: И́горь Дави́дович О́йстрах; Ukrainian: Ігор Давидович Ойстрах 27 April 1931 – 14 August 2021) was a Ukrainian violinist. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Igor Oistrakh has received more than 84,131 page views. His biography is available in 18 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 17 in 2019). Igor Oistrakh is the 486th most popular musician (up from 495th in 2019), the 266th most popular biography from Ukraine and the 12th most popular Ukrainian Musician.

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  • 1.63

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Among musicians, Igor Oistrakh ranks 486 out of 2,675Before him are Jacques Loussier, Alvin Lee, Rick Astley, Alan Walker, Klaus Voormann, and Carla Bley. After him are Lionel Hampton, Jeff Lynne, Jan Hammer, Christoph Eschenbach, Arthur Grumiaux, and John Phillips.

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Among people born in 1931, Igor Oistrakh ranks 136Before him are Neil Postman, George Maciunas, Sébastien Japrisot, Don Walsh, Dries van Agt, and Freddy Quinn. After him are Uri Orlev, Joseph Joffo, David Wilkerson, Viliam Schrojf, Lisbeth Palme, and Mwai Kibaki.

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In Ukraine

Among people born in Ukraine, Igor Oistrakh ranks 266 out of 913Before him are Moisei Uritsky (1873), Ahad Ha'am (1856), Vsevolod II of Kiev (1104), Theodosius of Kiev (1029), Eugen Ehrlich (1862), and Filaret (1929). After him are Oleksandr Turchynov (1964), Jerzy Kawalerowicz (1922), Zbigniew Cybulski (1927), Dmitry Manuilsky (1883), Vsevolod Garshin (1855), and Skirgaila (1354).

Among MUSICIANS In Ukraine

Among musicians born in Ukraine, Igor Oistrakh ranks 12Before him are Heinrich Neuhaus (1888), Leonid Kogan (1924), Nikolai Kapustin (1937), Alexander Siloti (1863), Nathan Milstein (1902), and Gregor Piatigorsky (1903). After him are Mischa Elman (1891), Karol Mikuli (1821), Mieczysław Horszowski (1892), Shura Cherkassky (1909), Emanuel Ax (1949), and Valentina Lisitsa (1973).