Yevstigney Fomin

Yevstigney Fomin

Yevstigney Ipat'yevich Fomin (Russian: Евстигне́й Ипа́тьевич Фоми́н) (born St Petersburg 16 August 1761 – died St. Petersburg c 27 April 1800) was a Russian opera composer of the 18th century.

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