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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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Among the other items you'll find on the disc are three Canciones Mexicanas; three selections from Trozos Romanticos; the elegant Legende; eight Mazurcas, styled after the Polish dances; the Suite Cubana, inspired by the more sensual music of Cuba; and Deux Etudes Pour Piano, dedicated to Artur Rubinstein.
Charles Munch, Jacqueline Du Pre, Fritz Rieger, Mario Rossi, Artur Rubinstein, Wolfgang von Schneiderhan, Georg Solti, Isaac Stern, Igor Stravinsky, and Sir William Walton.
Shaking the hand of legendary Russian pianist Artur Rubinstein, who had shaken the hand of Brahms.
En esta especie de enciclopedia sonora del piano aparecen ejecuciones y nombres tan legendarios, nacidos todos ellos el siglo pasado, entre otros varios, como los de Paderewski, Rachmaninoff, Josef Hofman, Artur Rubinstein, Wilhelm Backhaus, Alfred Corlot, Edwin Fischer, Ignaz Friedman, Leopold Godowsky, Artur Schnabel y el casi centenario Wilhelm Kempff.
There's also a Chopin piano sonata movement performed by Artur Rubinstein and a remake of Marc Bolan's ``Twentieth Century Boy'' by British beat combo the Big Six.
But great music played in the background, recorded by Artur Rubinstein in Song of Love, the celluloid salute to Robert and Clara Schumann and their buddy Brahms.
In a listening room equipped with headphones, you can hear famous Bowl concerts, including pianist Artur Rubinstein playing Mendelssohn, Beethoven, and Tchaikovsky.
Such was the virtuoso quality of his try against Namibia, Gethin wasn't so much piano pusher turned piano player as piano pusher turned Artur Rubinstein.