Marijan Lipovšek

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Marijan Lipovšek in 1938

Marijan Lipovšek (Ljubljana 26 January 1910 – 25 December 1995) was a Slovenian composer, pianist, and teacher.

A native of Ljubljana, he studied music in that city before heading to Prague in 1932; among his teachers were Pavel Šivic, Josef Suk, and Alois Hába. Later he taught at the Ljubljana Academy of Music. He was father of the mezzo-soprano Marjana Lipovšek.[1]

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  1. ^ Slovenia: the Bradt travel guide Robin McKelvie, Jenny McKelvie - 2008 "The voice of Ljubljana-born Marjana Lipovsek, daughter of composer Marijan Lipovsek, has been appreciated by opera-goers around the world, as she has taken the leading role in venues like Vienna, Hamburg, Munich and Paris, "
This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Slovenian Wikipedia.

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