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Arrau

(əˈraʊ)
n
(Biography) Claudio. 1903–91, Chilean pianist
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Ar•rau

(əˈraʊ)
n.
Claudio, 1903–91, Chilean pianist.
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Debussy's Clair de Lune shimmered beautifully but Ott never found the poignancy of Claudio Arrau's perceptively probing reading.
His playing is often compared to that of Schnabel, Arrau and Rubinstein, and for these concerts he will perform a selection of much-loved classical songs.
The Arrau River turtle Podocnemis expansa is widely distributed along the major tributaries of the Orinoco and Essequibo rivers as well as drainages of the Amazon River in Colombia, Venezuela, Guiana, northeastern Peru, eastern Ecuador, northern Bolivia and northern Brazil (Vogt, 2008).
Further studies included master classes with Nikita Magaloff in Geneva, Claudio Arrau in Bonn, Hans Leygraf in Salzburg, Bela Nagy in Tanglewood, Massachusetts, and Rosa Sabater in Santiago de Compostela.
interest rates and scale variables such as GDP) and it includes both technological processes and financial regulation or deregulation (Arrau & De Gregorio, 1991).
The most familiar and documented example is Chile and the reader can find main aspects of such reform in Arrau, Valdes-Prieto, and Schmidt-Hebbel (1993), Diamond and Valdes-Prieto (1994), Edwards (1998), Arenas de Mesa and Mesa-Lago (2006).