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Gabrilowitsch

[gah-bri-luhv-ich; Russian guh-bryi-law-vyich] /ˌgɑ brɪˈlʌv ɪtʃ; Russian gə bryɪˈlɔ vyɪtʃ/
noun
1.
Ossip
[aw-syip] /ˈɔ syɪp/ (Show IPA),
1878–1936, Russian pianist and conductor, in America.
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  • Gabrilowitsch had so far recovered that he was up and about and able to play.

  • For me there is one pianist who stands above them all—his name is Gabrilowitsch.

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  • His name is Gabrilowitsch; he is for me the greatest pianist.

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  • Mr. Gabrilowitsch has entirely given up teaching, and devotes his time to recital and concert, conducting, and composing.

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  • These are the things that enchant us in Paderewski's performance, and in the tonal coloring of Gabrilowitsch.

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  • And once he spoke to Gabrilowitsch, who, he said, could understand him better than the others.

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