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Arrau

Claudio. 1903--91, Chilean pianist
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Art and good technical form are not mutually exclusive, as the playing of Rubinstein, Arrau, Richter, Hess, Prokofiev, Gershwin, the Lhevinnes, Agosti and Cliburn so eloquently demonstrated.
These Arraus were released back into the river between the jungle-covered states of Apure and Bolivar.
3) See, for example, Arrau (1989); Bruton (1995); Dehlman Ross-Larsen and Westphal (1985): Denison (1967); Lichtenberg (1994); Romer (1986) and Solow (1956).
On paper this looks ridiculous: one of history's most thoughtful pianists, Claudio Arrau, collaborating with one of history's craggiest conductors, Otto Klemperer, in the showpiece which Chopin's E minor Piano Concerto is purported to be.
I grew up on the recordings of many different pianists including Claudio Arrau, Richter, Gilds and many others, all which provided much motivation to practice and to somehow improve my playing.
From the later 1960s the Chilean Claudio Arrau and the Argentinian Martha Argerich came to play at the Rudolfinum repeatedly, and another Argentinian Bruno Leonard Geber performed here more than once.
We arrive at the Refugio Santa Maria del Orinoco, at the fork of the Apure and Orinoco rivers, to speak with scientists from PROFAUNA, part of the government's Ministry of the Environment and Renewable Natural Resources, and FUDECI, about their current work with two species endemic to the region, the Orinoco crocodile (Crocodylus intermedius) and the arrau river turtle (Podocnemis expansa).
Other pianists, such as Claudio Arrau, considered her a first-rate artist and admired her strength and technical abilities.
Montparker peppered her presentation with stories about performance stress from some of the pianists she has interviewed including Andre Watts, Claudio Arrau and Radu Lupu.
It was signed by Claudio Abbado, Claudio Arrau, Daniel Barenboim, Clifford Curzon, Dean Dixon, Rudolf Firkusny, Marius Flothuis, Andor Foldes, Wolfgang Fortner, Pierre Fournier, Carlo-Maria Giulini, Friedrich Gulda, Bernard Haitink, Eugene Jochum, Paul Kletzki, Dr.
Then, too, you'll find bits of "Iberia" with Pierre Boulez and the Cleveland Orchestra, "The Children's Corner" suite with Charles Dutoit and his Montreal forces, sections of the "Nocturnes" from Claudio Abbado and the Boston Symphony, and so on, plus about a dozen piano pieces from people like Roge, Vasary, Michelangeli, Weissenberg, Arrau, Bolet, Kocsis, Richter, and others.
The luminaries who have received it include Claudio Arrau, Manuel Enriquez, Rodolfo Halffter, Mario Moreno "Cantinflas," Inocente Palacios, Astor Piazzolla, Atahualpa Yupanqui, Mstislav Rostropovich, Pedro Vargas, and Margot Fonteyn, whose efforts on behalf of Latin American dance will undoubtedly bear fruit in the future.