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PHILHARMONICA. International Music Journal

Human talents’ structure from musical prospective

Kirnarskaya Dina Konstantinovna

Professor, Head of the department of History of Music, Member of the Union of Composers of the Russian Federation, Gnessin Russian Academy of Music

121069, Russia, Moscow, Poltavskaya Street 30/36

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