Definition of Arthur rubinstein
1. Noun. United States pianist (born in Poland) known for his interpretations of the music of Chopin (1886-1982).
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1. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1917)
"Among the artists who appeared were Mignon Nevada, Stralia, Ben Davies, Fanny Davies, Myra Hess, Pachmann, arthur rubinstein, ..."
2. Enrico Caruso: A Biography by Pierre Van Rensselaer Key, Bruno Zirato (1922)
"... to him on April 2 during the presentation of a program which included the participation of Miss Mary Garden, Mischa Elman, and arthur rubinstein. ..."
3. Architectural Guide to Moscow by Aleksandr Viktorovich Anisimov (1993)
"The best musicians of our country and from abroad have performed here including Otto Klemperer, arthur rubinstein, Sviatoslav Richter, ..."
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