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1904–89 American pianist Horowitz studied in his native Russia and gave concerts in Kiev, Moscow and Leningrad before his debut in Berlin in 1925. His New York and London debuts followed in 1928. He settled in the US in 1940. In later life he restricted his concert appearances, but he continued to make recordings. He performed again in the ...

Source: Classical Music Encyclopedia, founding editor Stanley Sadie
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J. S. Bach, were controversial but had many admirers. He also composed, wrote articles and made television and radio documentaries. Introduction | Contemporary | Classical Personalities | Vladimir Horowitz | Contemporary | Classical ...

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