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Freiherr
Konstantin von Stackelberg
Baron von Stackelberg in 17th century Russian court clothing during the 1903 Ball.
Born 15 June [O.S. 3] 1848
Died 30 March 1925(1925-03-30) (aged 76)
Place of birth Strelna, St. Petersburg, Russian Empire
Place of death Tallinn, Estonia
Buried at Narva
Allegiance  Russian Empire
Service/branch Russian coa 1825.png Imperial Russian Army
Years of service 1866-1917
Rank 1904ic-p10r.png General of the Cavalry

Konstantin Nikolai Freiherr[1] von Stackelberg (Russian: Константи́н Ка́рлович Шта́кельберг, tr. Konstantín Kárlovich Shtákelʹberg; 15 June [O.S. 3] 1848 – 30 March 1925) was a Baltic German composer and cavalry general in the Imperial Russian Army. Stackelberg was best known for his compositions on music about the White Army during the Russian Civil War.[citation needed] He was the head of the Imperial Music Choir from 1883 to 1917 (now the St. Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra)[2][3] and was also involved in improving the music in the Russian Army and Navy.[citation needed]

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