Arthur Rubinstein

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United States pianist (born in Poland) known for his interpretations of the music of Chopin (1886-1982)

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Undoubtedly, it was the efforts of my early teachers that caught the interest of both Arthur Rubinstein and Dame Myra Hess.
LIKE THE GREAT PIANISTS Arthur Rubinstein and Vladimir Horowitz, who seemed only to get better in late age, some of America's aging poets are reaching their pinnacles of achievement in their seventies and eighties, poets like Mark Strand, Charles Wright, and Galway Kinnell.
2 used to be a great favorite, with the likes of Arthur Rubinstein and other barnstormers playing it.
Just a few of these famous names were Victoria de los Angeles, Gerard Souzay, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Rita Streich, Boris Christoff, Moura Lympa-ny, Clifford Curson, Arthur Rubinstein, Wilhelm Kempff, Josef Suk, Paul Tortelier and Segovia.
His competition triumphs include the Mozart Memorial Prize in 1978 and 11 years later the Arthur Rubinstein International Piano Competition.
When discussing the great pianists of the twentieth century, no one could fail to mention the name of Arthur Rubinstein.
On Sunday, December 7, 1941, Arthur Rubinstein was playing the Brahms Concerto in B-flat.
In chapter 6, Barber relates an anecdote in which Siloti, anxious to find a teaching position in the United States, asked Arthur Rubinstein to convey a letter to Rachmaninoff, requesting his help.
On view were portraits of Josephine Baker, Yul Brynner, Coco Chanel, Charlie Chaplin, Colette, Diaghilev, Arthur Rubinstein, Picasso, Erik Satie, and Georges Simenon, along with a great number of fashion sketches.
His subjects included Arthur Rubinstein, Alexander Brailowsky, Rudolph Firkusny, Van Cliburn and Vladimir Horowitz.
A colleague shared an ingenious simplification reportedly used by Arthur Rubinstein.
In decades past, classical music had "big names," such as pianist Arthur Rubinstein and violinist Yehudi Menuhin.
As I was preparing coffee, he took a look at my collection of music cassettes and remarked upon two of them - Chopin's Preludes and Nocturnes, played by Arthur Rubinstein.
I shook the hand of the pianist Arthur Rubinstein (he 87, me 24), who, as a boy of seven, had first shaken the hand of the composer Brahms.