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Ho·ro·witz

 (hôr′ə-wĭts, hŏr′-), Vladimir 1903-1989.
Russian-born American pianist noted for his interpretations of Chopin and Liszt.

Horowitz

(ˈhɒrəvɪts)
n
(Biography) Vladimir. 1904–89, Russian virtuoso pianist, in the US from 1928

Hor•o•witz

(ˈhɔr ə wɪts, ˈhɒr)

n.
Vladimir, 1904–89, U.S. pianist, born in Russia.
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Noun1.Horowitz - Russian concert pianist who was a leading international virtuoso (1904-1989)
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