Vladimir Horowitz

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Noun1.Vladimir Horowitz - Russian concert pianist who was a leading international virtuoso (1904-1989)
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His current top three are Russian pianists Vladimir Horowitz and Daniil Trifonov, as well as Italian pianist Benedetti Michaelangeli.
As legendary pianist Vladimir Horowitz once said, 'You have to open the music, so to speak, and see what's behind the notes, because the notes are the same whether it is the music of Bach or someone else.'
"Character-wise my favourite is Vladimir Horowitz (Russian-born American classical pianist and composer); I have a very soft heart for him.
Leydenbach will offer music lovers in Limassol and Nicosia a rare chance to enjoy the complete collection of these charming salon pieces in a singular interpretation inspired by German romanticism combined with the bel canto pianistic technique of Vladimir Horowitz.
(They got a purple seashell--a color and shape just not seen in architecture 46 years ago.) And they insisted the new, city-owned hall must bring world-class artists to its stage, superstars like Luciano Pavarotti, Vladimir Horowitz, Ella Fitzgerald and Artur Rubinstein.
Even a figure as square as Vladimir Horowitz attempts to don a mantle of hipness, or at least that is how his record label clothes him ("Vladimir Horowitz is hung up on Chopin," quoted on p.
Ben honed his skills in New York at the prestigious Steinway Concert Basement where he tuned for stars such as Vladimir Horowitz and Glenn Gould in the 1970s.
A student of Vladimir Horowitz, Josef and Rosina Lhevinne, and Adele Marcus, he represents an exceptional generation of American virtuoso pianists.
I was inspired by hearing Vladimir Horowitz perform Schumann's Kinderszenen in the 1980s, and I always hoped one day we could do justice to it ourselves.
In June, the company finalized the sale of its flagship showroom in Manhattan, the legendary Steinway Hall, where Serge Rachmaninoff and Vladimir Horowitz, among other greats, once took grand pianos for a test ride.