Browning, John

Browning, John

(1933–  ) pianist; born in Denver, Colo. From a musical family, he studied at Juilliard and won the Leventritt Award in 1955. He became an international soloist, his concerto repertoire stretching from Mozart to Barber.
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The Welshman prefers playing with three central defenders, and now has Clarke-Salter, Browning, John O'Shea and Marc Wilson vying for those roles, and Lamine Kone back in training.
former Birmingham riders perform the sod cutting ceremony (from left) Arthur Browning, John Hart, Harry Bastable, his son Steve Bastable and Mike Lawrence at the Perry Barr greyhound stadium.
Simon Littlejohns, John James, Sir Derek Higgs, Chris Rawstron' John Philips, Ian Priest, Michael Greensmith' Sally Beavan, Peter Rees-Steer, Sarah Bendall, Ben Browning' Mark Smith, Jamie Stuart, John Campion' Paul Turner, David Richardson, Gary Cowdril' Maxine Morton, Gareth Edwards, Diane Preece, Stephen Maer, Ken Blyth, Nicki Lewis, Claire Hardwick' Stuart Laight, Patrick Laight, Stuart Corr, Philip Court' Ben Browning, John Smart, Steve King