Paul Klenovsky

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Fictional Russian composer who was the pseudonym of real composer/conductor Sir Henry Wood.

Klenovsky was also supposedly a real person, a deceased young musician friend of Alexander Glazunov.

His biggest piece was a arrangement of J.S. Bach's Toccata & Fugue in D minor for full orchestra, in 1929. Wood kept the joke a secret for 5 years, until 1934.

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