Danielius Dolskis

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Danielius Dolskis (April 13, 1891 – December 3, 1931[1]) was a Lithuanian singer in the Russian Empire.

Danielius Dolskis sang in Saint Petersburg until 1917. He also sang in Moscow, Odessa, and Kiev. After the October Revolution, he moved to Riga, Latvia. In 1929, Danielius Dolskis moved to Kaunas, Lithuania, where he sang in restaurants.

Danielius Dolskis got pneumonia in 1931 after a performance. He died several days later.

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