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Portrait of Vladimir Horowitz Vladimir Horowitz. Listen on Apple Music. Variations On a Theme from Bizet's "Carmen". By Vladimir Horowitz. 16 Songs, 1 Hour 12 Minutes. Released: Feb 14, 1989. 1989 sony bmg music entertainment. More By Vladimir Horowitz.
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Vladimir Samoylovych Horowitz was a Ukrainian-born, American classical pianist. In his prime, he was considered one of the most brilliant pianists of his time. His use of tone color, technique and the excitement of his playing are thought by many to be unrivaled, and his performances of works as diverse as those of Domenico Scarlatti and Alexander Scriabin were equally legendary.
Samuil was a well-to-do electrical engineer and a distributor of electric motors for German manufacturers. Horowitz's grandfather Joachim was a merchant (and an arts-supporter), belonging to the 1st Guild