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Ru·bin·stein

(rū'bin-stīn),
Jack H., U.S. child psychiatrist and pediatrician, *1925. See: Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome.
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When it comes to my favorite 20th-century pianists, there is Artur Rubinstein and then all the rest.
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Thereafter she dedicates one chapter to Otto Klemperer's achievements as a conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic from 1933 to 1939, and another slightly longer chapter to thirteen musicians--conductors, pianists, a harpsichordist, string performers, and a singer--among them Bruno Walter, Artur Rubinstein, Jakob and Bronislav Gimpel, Joseph Szigeti, Emanuel Feuermann, and Lotte Lehmann.
On a day celebrating the memory of its most famous guest, Ignacy Paderewski -- composer, pianist and first Prime Minister of a free Poland following World War I -- NYC's Buckingham Hotel last week installed portraits of Carnegie Hall greats pianist Artur Rubinstein and cellist Mstislav Rostropovich painted by the renowned artist Arbit Blatas.
Resnik, who graciously loaned the portraits of Artur Rubinstein and cellist Mstislav Rostropovich, displayed in the hotel's lobby at 101 W.
This idea is covered briefly in the discussions of the piano performances of Vladimir Horowitz and Artur Rubinstein, but most of the discussions revolve around the differences between the performances of different performers from different eras.