Aleksandrs Kublinskis

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Aleksandrs Kublinskis
Born (1936-09-11) 11 September 1936 (age 80)
Origin Riga, Latvia
Genres pop, jazz
Occupation(s) composer, songwriter
Years active 1965–1987

Aleksandrs Kublinskis (born 11 September 1936 in Āgenskalns, Riga, Latvia)[1] is a Latvian composer. He is famous for the song "Noktirne" which is devoted to Riga, as well as over 200 other songs. Kublinskis used to co-operate with the Latvian group Eolika, the Moscow group "Akkord", as well as with Larisa Mondrus, Muslim Magomayev, and other singers.

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  1. ^ Vilnis Auzāns (2003-12-03). "Dziesmas likteni nosaka sirds" [A songs fate is told by the heart] (in Latvian). tvnet.lv. Retrieved 2010-11-12.