Joachim Stutschewsky

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Joachim Stutschewsky with Alexander Schaichet

Joachim-Yehoyachin Stutschewsky, (Hebrew: יהויכין סטוצ'בסקי‎‎, Russian: Иоахим Стучевский, b. 7 February 1891, Romni (Ukrainian: Romny), guberniya of Poltava, Ukraine - d. 14 November 1982, Tel Aviv, Israel) was a Ukraine-born Austrian and Israeli cellist, composer, musicologist.

His father, Kalmen-Leyb Stutschewsky was a clarinetist.[1] He was married twice. His first wife was the Swiss cellist Rewekka (Regina) "Wecki" Schein (1908 - 1999).

Stutschewsky's archive can be found in the Felicja Blumental music library in Tel Aviv. הספרייה במרכז פליציה בלומנטל למוזיקה

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