Danielius Dolskis

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Danielius Dolskis (1891–1931) was a popular Lithuanian singer noted in pre-revolutionary Russia and in inter-war Lithuania.

He was born on April 13, 1891 and sang in Saint Petersburg until 1917. He also performed in Moscow, Odessa, & Kiev. After the October Revolution he moved to Riga.

In 1929, he moved to Kaunas. There he performed in restaurants in Versalis, Metropolis. In 1931, after a performance, he drank some cold beer and came down with pneumonia. He died several days later, on December 3. [1]

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