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Cli·burn

 (klī′bərn), Harvey Lavan Known as "Van." 1934-2013.
American pianist who won the first Tchaikovsky Piano Competition in 1958.

Cli•burn

(ˈklaɪ bərn)

n.
Van, (Harvey Lavan Cliburn, Jr.), born 1934, U.S. pianist.
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I remember as if it were yesterday tearing open the cardboard packaging and withdrawing the LP with its black-and-white cover photo of Van Cliburn hunched over the piano.
Gold Medallist of the Fourteenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 2013, Kiev-born Kholodenko captured the attention of jury, audience and critics alike with his powerful and exhilarating performances.
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Many children think that happiness is a warm, frisky, brighteyed and bushytailed puppybut Van Cliburn Carlo Urbina couldn't have disagreed with them more.
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