Horowitz at Carnegie Hall

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Horowitz at Carnegie Hall

When this Ukraine-born pianist made his first big splash at New York's grandest concert hall in 1928, he dazzled the local press and redefined the mystique of the touring virtuoso for the 20th century. Thanks to live recordings from Carnegie Hall, we can still dive into the torrent of sound that Vladimir Horowitz created when applying his booming technique to opuses by composers such as Chopin.

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