Nikolay  Yusupov

Nikolay Yusupov Sheet Music

  • Born
    1827
  • Died
    31st July 1891
  • Birthplace

Prince Nikolai Borisovich Yusupov was a Russian nobleman and art collector of the house of Yusupov. He was the eldest son of Prince Boris Grigorievich Yusupov (1695-1759). He served as a senator (from 1788), diplomat (from 1783 to 1789), Actual Civil Councillor (from 1796), Minister of State Properties (1800–16), a member of the Council of State (from 1823) and Director of Imperial Theatres (1791-1796) under a series of sovereigns, including Catherine the Great, Paul I and Alexander I. He later also served as director of the Hermitage (in 1797), the Kremlin Armoury (date unknown) and the state porcelain and glass factories (c.1792).

Title Form Instrument
Chant d'amour Piece Solo Instrument and Piano
Gonsalvo de Córdova, Op.20 Symphony Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra