Evenings with Horowitz: An Intimate Portrait
The author from such highly acclaimed books as "Reflections From the Keyboard" details a special friendship between two musicians, covers a lifetime of musical wisdom, and contains countless anecdotes of the musical world.
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have never suffered to hear the boy if he had not wanted to do a favor for his
former pupil. Volodya was proud that his Uncle Alexander — at that time a
successful piano teacher and a critic for the major newspaper in Kharkov — had
"Are you ready to hear it?" "Of course, I am, Mr. Horowitz. I can't wait." Horowitz
said, "Wanda, put the cassette in the machine. Mr. Dubal doesn't know how to
make machines work." She teased, "He's as bad as you, Volodya." During the
The public says it is going to hear Horowitz and the composer is in his shadow.
When I go to a concert it is to hear a performance of a Mozart concerto, or a
Chopin sonata. A pianist I adore is Mr. Arrau; I have the utmost respect for his art.
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Dubal, broadcaster, concert pianist, and faculty member at Juilliard draws upon his knowledgeable background to produce a fascinating portrait of the brilliant and electrifying pianist Vladimir ... Read full review
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