Konstantin Podrevsky

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Konstantin Nikolayevich Podrevsky (Russian: Константин Николаевич Подревский; 14 January 1888 in Turinsk, Tobolsk Governorate, Russian Empire – 4 February 1930 in Moscow, USSR) was a Russian Soviet poet of Polish origin on mother's side, a translator and lyricist, co-author of more than 150 popular songs of the 1920s, including "Dorogoi dlinnoyu" which he wrote with Boris Fomin.[1][2][3]

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Konstantin Podrevsky
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Born
Константин Николаевич Подревский

(1888-01-14)14 January 1888
Died4 February 1930(1930-02-04) (aged 42)
Moscow, USSR
Occupation(s)poet, translator, lyricist
Years active1910–1929
Spouse(s)Vera Mikulina (1910–1922), Anna Lyamina
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