Horowitz: a biography of Vladimir Horowitz
A detailed biography of the already-legendary pianist relates his personal life to his dazzling career, revealing the importance to both of the Russian Revolution, his marriage, his friendships, his nervous breakdowns and associated "retirements," and his
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